Star News introduces two lifestyle shows

MUMBAI: Star News is creating space for lifestyle shows, by introducing two new programmes, Apna Khayal Rakhiyega, a health-based show and Top Speed, a handbook for automobile fans. With Apna Khayal Rakhiyega, Star News will address a holistic view on health with a unique programming mix, updating viewers with the latest in the world of medicine and health-breakthroughs, food and fitness trends.

Starting on 22 July, Apna Khayal Rakhiyega will sport a flexible magazine format and promises refreshing outdoor anchoring from scenic locations, and will have different segments that will feature breakthroughs in the world of medicine, guidelines to leading a healthy life, tips and trends in fitness and advice on food and diet programmes, according to an official release.

The programme, laced in the 12:30 pm slot, will showcase various segments featuring interviews of renowned medical/health experts and celebrities from various walks of life who will provide their opinions and share their secrets on fitness. Dr. R K Bharadwaj, an ENT specialist, will be the channel's in-house expert for this programme.

As the Indian automobile sector is clearly on a boom right now with vehicle sales growing at a rate of 8-10 per cent a year and many international players setting shop in India. The current scenario is exciting, yet equally vexing for the potential buyer. This forms the second weekend offering from Star News, a racy auto show Top Speed, adds the release.

The show, which will kick off on 23 July in the 5:30 pm time slot, will be anchored by the consulting editor of Auto Magazine Rajiv Mitra along with Manpreet Waraich. The half-an-hour show will focus on test drives, vehicle reviews, expert advice on vehicle maintenance, the latest must-haves in accessories and reporting on auto shows.

Each episode of Top Speed will comprise of two to three main modules which could be any of the segments mentioned in the box.

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