November 13th, 2012
10:36 PM ET

PMT: Bourdain to take new CNN show "Parts Unknown" to Myanmar and Congo

Anthony Bourdain, the world-renowned chef, bestselling author and Emmy winning television personality, made his first appearance on CNN since announcing his new CNN show, tonight on “Piers Morgan Tonight.”

Bourdain talks about his new food and travel weekend CNN show, "Parts Unknown," that premieres this spring, among other topical issues. He tells Piers about the countries he's excited to visit:

“I am intensely curious about some places that are difficult. Clearly in the past some of the most exciting and interesting ones have been challenging for one reason or another. One of the shows I’ve been meaning to do for years and haven’t been able to do is to go up the Congo River and trace Conrad’s trip all the way, as far as you can go. It is an amazing country, but security is a concern there. In Myanmar, where we’re going very shortly…”

Topics: Anthony Bourdain • CNN • Piers Morgan
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