Wednesday 7 December at 1030 GMT / 1130 CET and 1730 GMT / 1830 CET
Saturday 10 December at 0630 GMT / 0730 CET and 1930 GMT / 2030 CET
Sunday 11 December at 1330 GMT / 1430 CET
Saturday 17 December at 1330 GMT / 1430 CET
Sunday 18 December at 0630 GMT / 0730 CET and 1930 GMT / 2030 CET
This month's ‘In 24 Hours’ takes host James Williams (pictured) to the jewel of the American South, Atlanta, Georgia.
During his tour of the city, Williams meets A-listers who call Atlanta home, and experience a rapidly changing metropolis whose Southern roots still influence the city's culture today.
Every Atlantan will say Southern comfort food is and always will be one of the quintessential hallmarks of what makes the city great. Williams starts his morning by having a proper Southern breakfast at Buttermilk Kitchen with two time NFL Super Bowl Champion, Hines Ward, to experience true Southern hospitality with grits, fried chicken, and biscuits.
Saturday 5 November at 1230 GMT / 1330 CET
Sunday 6 November at 0530 GMT / 0630 CET and 1930 GMT / 2030 CET
Duration: 30 minutes
In November, ‘CNN Style’ sets off for Nashville, Tennessee, to explore the city's evolution from classic country to contemporarily hip.
Hosted by Derek Blasberg, the programme meets Oscar-winning actress, Reese Witherspoon (pictured), who shows off her Nashville inspired clothing brand, Draper James to the programme. Witherspoon gives Blasberg a personal dance lesson in an authentic southern honky-tonk bar.
‘CNN Style’ also meets Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, Sheryl Crow, who gives the programme a look inside her home to show how decor and design are done in Nashville.
Blasberg accompanies Victoria’s Secret model, Lily Aldridge, to try on some southern boots – not the traditional cowboy variety, they're Peter Nappi leather boots with a European twist.
Also famed for its music scene, ‘CNN Style’ visits the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
Holly Williams, the granddaughter to legendary country artist Hank Williams Sr., takes Blasberg through her grandfather's suit archive. Williams explains how Nashville's country flare translates on and off the stage.
In exploring Nashville’s music scene, ‘CNN Style’ receives a personal tour of the Gibson Guitar factory to see first-hand the amount of design and artistry that goes into making the classic guitar.
Wednesday 5 October at 1030 BST / 1130 CET and 1730 BST / 1830 CET
Saturday 8 October at 0630 BST / 0730 CET and 1930 BST / 2030 CET
Sunday 9 October at 1330 BST / 1430 CET
In October, ‘In 24 Hours’ continues its tour of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities with a programme in London.
Host James Williams (pictured, left) discovers what makes this historical metropolis tick, beginning with a ride on a speed boat that was previously driven by British icon James Bond. Travelling from Chelsea to Tower Bridge, Williams takes in the London skyline from the River Thames.
Williams continues his morning at the All England Tennis Club, playing a game of tennis with CNN ‘Open Court’ presenter and former Wimbledon Winner, Pat Cash. After practicing his backhand on the immaculate grass courts in SW19, Williams heads to lunch with a famous British chef.
Chef Jamie Oliver (pictured, right) helps Williams prepare lunch at one of his own cooking schools in the British capital. Over a freshly prepared Thai curry, Oliver shares his tips for where is best to eat in London and explains the city’s ever-evolving tastes.
Williams begins his afternoon by exploring London’s private member’s club scene, meeting Fernando Peire, director of the Ivy Club.
Peire explains what makes a successful social club, and what attracts guests around the world to London. FULL POST
Wednesday 7 September at 1030 BST / 1130 CET and 1730 BST / 1830 CET
Saturday 10 September at 0630 BST / 0730 CET and 1930 BST / 2030 CET
Sunday 11 September at 1330 BST / 1430 CET
Duration: 30 minutes
CNN’s monthly travel programme, ‘In 24 Hours’ returns to screens in September with a visit to Los Angeles.
From the sun-kissed shores of the California coast to the glittering lights of Hollywood, LA has been luring visitors for decades.
‘In 24 Hours’ host James Williams (pictured) goes beyond the surface of Los Angeles to experience some of the unique destinations the city has to offer.
Williams begins his morning with a personal yoga session at the highest point of the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills with world renowned instructor, Steve Ross. Afterwards, he heads to the fashionable Silver Lake neighbourhood to fuel up for the day at Moon Juice, LA's hottest juice bar, frequented by celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow.
Sunday 10 July at 1830 BST / 1930 CET
Monday 11 July at 0100 BST / 0200 CET; 0430 BST / 0530 CET and 1000 BST / 1100 CET
Tuesday 12 July at 1030 BST / 1130 CET
Wednesday 13 July at 0430 BST / 0530 CET
Duration: 30 Minutes
As the Formula E season concludes in July, ‘Supercharged’, hosted by Nicki Shields (pictured, left), is at the heart of the action as the all-electric motorsport championship is decided by a two-race weekend in London’s Battersea Park.
With just one point between the top two contenders for the second season trophy, this episode of ‘Supercharged’ features both drivers as they prepare for the ultimate showdown.
Brazilian driver Lucas Di Grassi (pictured, right) demonstrates the Formula E Simulator – an important exercise in getting to know the Battersea track before the weekend’s racing, as drivers are unable to practice in advance of the race.
‘Supercharged’ also hears from Sebastien Buemi, who is just one point behind in the driver standings. The Swiss driver explains the art of overtaking in Formula E to the programme, with Buemi seeking to overtake his rivals on the track in Battersea and catch Di Grassi on the driver leaderboard.
Over the course of a season, Formula E transports 200 tonnes over 51000 km – and the sport does this while trying to maintain its green credentials. ‘Supercharged’ examines the logistics of the sport speaking to Formula E’s CEO Alejandro Agag, plus logistics manager Pier-Luigi Ferrari, who explains the size and scale of the operation.
Shields is chauffeured to the London races in full electric style: Mahindra drivers Nick Heidfeld and Bruno Senna pick her up in an E2O car and drive her across London to make it to Battersea Park.
At the circuit, ‘Supercharged’ hears from Sir Richard Branson, who owns the DS Virgin team. Branson tells the programme why electric cars are part of the future of our cities, and why he is such an advocate of Formula E.
One of Branson’s drivers, British-born Sam Bird, takes Shields on a track walk of the Battersea circuit, to explain his strategy for the race. Fighting to hold 3rd place, Bird has everything to drive for on home soil.
August's edition of ‘Living Golf’ has an exclusive interview with US Open Champion Justin Rose, the first Englishman to claim the title since Tony Jacklin in 1970. FULL POST
Starting Monday 24 June, ‘A Girl’s World’ will air in Connect the World at 2100 BST / 2200 CET; CNN Newsroom at 0600 BST / 0700 CET; CNN NewsCenter with Monita Rajpal at 1130 BST / 1230 CET
‘A Girl’s World’ is a distinctive new series chronicling the lives of seven girls in seven regions.
The programme offers an intimate look at the unique challenges and opportunities this generation of girls face on a daily basis, exploring education, culture, environment, community, faith and family through the eyes of 16-year-old girls.
Starting 24 June, ‘A Girl’s World’ introduces seven girls from Argentina, Germany, Hong Kong, Pakistan, South Africa, Turkey and the United States, all with untold – yet familiar – stories. FULL POST
CNN's Living Golf is on the road with Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy this month, undeniably the leading lights of golf today.
For the first time ever on camera, the two best players in the world sit down for a joint interview ahead of their head-to-head clash in China. While the pair often find themselves locked in fierce competition, it's clear the rivalry between the two men is far from acrimonious, with more than a hint of a blossoming 'bromance.'
Living Golf airs on CNN International Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1700ET; Sunday, Nov. 11 at 1230ET; Saturday, Nov. 17 at 1230ET; and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1700ET.
Follow Living Golf host Shane O'Donoghue on Twitter at @ShaneODonoghue.
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