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This Week on GMT (January 30 - February 3)

What's happening this week on GMT
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Monday, January 30
We preview “Hi, I’m Blake,” a documentary that follows the true story of Blake Hyland who suffered a traumatic brain injury as a teenager due to a gymnastics accident. Plus, eat your vitamins! Registered Dietician Maggy Doherty shows us which foods to add to your diet for vitamins A,B.C.D and more. Then, sustainable stylist Sarah Teresinski joins us in studio with some sweet crafts you can do with the kids just in time for Valentine’s Day. And Paige checks out the new Rise Up exhibit at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.

Tuesday, January 31
Roni Proter of Dinner Reinvented shares ways to swap out other ingredients for eggs to save money. And Overcoming Hurdles! We meet a local teen who refused to allow her hurdles to stop her from reaching her goals.

Wednesday, February 1
Award winning soprano Karen Slack is coming to Dallas for a double appearance in the Same Week. She’s performing with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra on Fire Shut Up in My Bones, the first opera by a Black composer that the Metropolitan Opera has ever staged. We’ll get a preview of this amazing event. Then, wine and chocolate are great Valentine’s Day gifts, but what happens when you pair them together? Kuhlman Cellars join us to share their tips on how to make the perfect match. Plus, love is in the air and on the road. We breakdown five romantic Texas getaways that are deep in the heart but don’t require deep pockets. Then, wondering what to get your loved one’s for Valentine’s Day? Shelby Foster of NorthPark Center brings gifts for under $25, $50, $100 and $150.

Thursday, February 2
A taste of romance! The Ritz-Carlton Executive Chef Sean Blanchette makes swoon-worthy starters to set the mood for a romantic dinner. Plus, Having trouble staying in a relationship? Relationship counselor Eric shares the biggest myths about love, and whether you should “Kiss” or “Miss”. Then, we meet the two women behind the Old Moms Podcast and find out what they wished people told them before having little ones.

Friday, February 3
19-year-old chef prodigy Preston Nguyen from Arlington is set to compete with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay on TV in the season premiere of Next Level Chef. Before he does, he’s cooking in the GMT kitchen. Plus, North Texas film critic Susan Kamyab Stephens joins us to break down the top movies coming to theaters in February. Then, We kick off our Heart Healthy Fridays in honor of American Heart Month with Go Red for Women Day! The theme this year is “Her Story is Our Story.” We will share stories from survivors and talk about the movement across the globe. Plus, solutions to get rid of those darn wrinkles. And De’Andra Roberts shares what she started to help everyone know their story.

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