Ambika Nand Sahay to host 'One to One' talk show on S1

`One to One' talk show

S1 is all set to start a weekly talk show titled, 'One to One' hosted by none other than Mr Ambika Nand Sahay from tomorrow( Saturday, April 1, 2006). This talk show (30 minute) will be different from regular run of the mill interview- based programmes being shown by different news channels. For one, it will have guests who fall in the category of `movers and shakers'.

From political bigwigs to sports stars, fashion gurus to entertainers and top shots from the stock market as well as those who have hit the headlines or can make headlines, will appear in the talk show.

`One to One' show will have a host who has carved a name for himself in the media industry. Mr Ambika Nand Sahay, a man who needs no introduction, is Head of the channel. He began his career with the `Statesman' newspaper and then served leading English daily, `Times of India' for 12 long years in different capacities such as Resident Editor, Coordinating Editor and Times News Network Chief. He was senior Vice President with the leading media group, Sahara before joining S1. Known for his political analysis, Mr Sahay will be interviewing `movers and shakers' of the country in his inimitable style. (watch out).

The first episode will have a guest who created a furore in the Samajwadi Party. Cinestar turned politician, Raj Babbar will make his appearance in the first episode. Mr Babbar who was recently suspended from the primary membership of the Samajwadi party, is likely to make startling revelations about the ruling party of India's most politically sensitive Uttar Pradesh and its style of functioning. Mr Babbar had openly criticized Mr Amar Singh, general secretary of the SP, for his style of functioning.

In brief, Mr Babbar has raised several questions about the ideology of the Samajwadi Party. His comments are definitely going to rattle the SP leadership. For example, `SP is finished', 'SP has evaporated into thin air', `Capitalists and power brokers have taken over the Samajwadi party' and `SP hijacked by middlemen', are few comments by expelled SP leader.

The telecast time is from 09.30p.m. to 10.00 p.m every Saturday and repeat telecast time is 1.30p.m.every Sunday afternoon.

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