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April release date for Season 2 of CULTURESCOPE

Let the countdown to the return of CULTURESCOPE begin in earnest! Season 2 of the popular show, hosted by Paul Lambis, launches in the coming month, and we can’t wait!

For months we have been hunkered down, weathering lockdown conditions and travel restrictions due to Covid, and many of our best-loved productions have met with delays.

But, as this new CULTURESCOPE trailer confirms… we now have a date for the launch of the second season of the popular series: April 26, and Good Living will be proud to bring you each episode, to help you encounter and enjoy the best that the island has to offer.

CULTURESCOPE is a Cypriot lifestyle and entertainment web show, exclusive to Good Living. Highlighting the best of Cyprus, and the inspiring commitment to art and culture, Paul Lambis shines the spotlight on the natural beauty and sheer diversity of the island, its previously hidden gems, and the people who continue to make a positive contribution to Cyprus, both locally and abroad.

To be featured on the show, email: [email protected]

Produced by Silver Thespian Ltd.

Follow Paul Lambis and CULTURESCOPE also at the links below:

Paul Lambis YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvK…

Paul Lambis Website: https://www.paullambis.com/

Paul Lambis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaulLambisDi…

Culturescope Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/culturescop…

Culturescope Website: https://www.culturescope.eu/

View the original video here.

Good Living is the Cyprus Mail’s portal of curated content from across the internet, showcasing local and global ideas, cultural highlights, and scientific and technological developments to inspire a sustainable life.

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