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PM Modi's NGC interview to be done by David Letterman

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MUMBAI: Interviewing the prime minister of India is no easy task. Even after you schedule one, sharing questions in advance with the PM’s office is a must.

After two successful rounds of interactions with Times Now’s Arnab Goswami and CNN-News18’s Rahul Joshi, PM Narendra Modi will be interviewed by David Letterman from The Late Show fame.

While Season One of Years of Living Dangerously aired on Showtime, the series will return on its new home, the National Geographic Channel, and is scheduled to premiere on 30 October.

Letterman will interview Modi for the first episode of the climate change documentary series, Years of Living Dangerously. In its second run, the show’s producers, Joel Bach and David Gelber, reached out to the host after noticing his particular interest in the environment during interviews with scientists on The Late Show.

Each episode of the series will see a journalist or celebrity-turned-correspondent examining the effects of global warming and will discuss various ways to curb it. For the very first time, Letterman will travel to India and interview the PM about the country's energy concerns.

Apart from that, the show will feature Ty Burrell, Cecily Strong and Jack Black, as well as returning correspondents Don Cheadle, Olivia Munn, Ian Somerhalder, Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron, etc.

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