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CNN to air new monthly show 'Revealed'

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MUMBAI: News channel CNN has expanded its programme line up with a new half hour monthly show Revealed This presents an intimate portrayal of those most admired in the worlds of business, the arts, science and sport commencing this April.

Each month the show follows a different high profile individual's every step in the run-up to a crucial event in their professional lives, travelling with them and gaining exclusive behind-the-scenes access. The first episode features British fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood.

The public personas of high profile personalities are often familiar due to press coverage and TV appearances and although these people are well known, they can also be elusive. The show provides an insight into their lifestyles, passions and inspirations; workspace and motivations.

Westwood allows the show to spend time with her during the run-up to Paris Fashion Week meeting the people who have shaped her life and venturing into the future, looking at where her work is taking her. The show airs on 15 April at 5 pm, 16 April at 1 pm, 7 pm and on 17 April at 7 pm

Westwood says, "On the one hand, I'm called avant garde, and on the other hand I know that ideas come from tradition, they come from the technique of tradition, and they come from looking at wonderful things that people did in the past. My opinions are formed from brilliant thinkers. ?

CNN International senior VP Rena Golden said, ?We are delighted to maintain CNN's tradition of quality programming and expand our feature program line up with Revealed, a show that continues to demonstrate our access to high profile names. Revealed moves away from its traditional presenter-led format and is filmed as a ?fly on the wall' documentary, a new style for CNN.?

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