On next week's show GIS Spotlight calls again on the National Gallery's resident artists, makes a splash with summer reading, and explores the importance of health insurance.
Our first stop is the National Gallery where we meet three accomplished artists as they participate in A Day in the Life III: Renate Seffer explains her wanderlust, Avril Ward talks about heart and soul and Gordon Solomon shares two of his inspirational works. Join us as we watch them work and learn what lies behind their masterpieces.
Research shows that children who actively read during the summer holidays maintain and even improve their reading skills. So, tune in and find out how your child can join in on the reading action with the Public Library's Summer Reading Fun.
Accidents don't wait, and neither should you! Find out why and what you should know about your health insurance. And if you are unsure of your situation, we also tell you where to go for help.
Finally, we give you a brief look at this summer's sport camps hosted by the Ministry and Department of Sports. For more information go to www.departmentofsports.com.
Produced by Government Information Services, GIS Spotlight highlights government's services and solutions regarding issues that concern and affect you.
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