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Travel Channel greenlights new Adam Richman series


Four other shows also get okay.

ADAM Richman and the Travel Channel are breaking bread together again. Man v. Food host Richman will host another series for the network, as part of a quintet of greenlit series that Travel Channel announced on Nov 11.

Richman's show, which bears the working title Eat Secrets, will feature Richman uncovering "the most unique, surprising and delicious hidden food treasures in every town", according to Travel Channel.

"He searches for the dishes you would never find anywhere else on the planet, at the places you would never expect," Travel Channel said of the 13-episode series.

"Whether it's an off-the-menu item only locals know, or an amazing eatery inside a bowling alley, Adam's the go-to-guy for America's most mouth-watering meals."

Also on the slate of Travel Channel's upcoming offerings: Resort Recon, in which hospitality consultant Shane Green exposes unrecognised problems that various resorts have, using multiple camera feeds to expose poor customer service, dysfunctional employee-owner relationships other issues.

Travel Channel has also added three new series under its "Secrets & Legends" banner: Castle Secrets & Legends, which will bring viewers to "stunning castles, amazing manor houses and magnificent mansions"; Hotel Secrets & Legends" and National Park Secrets & Legends. – Reuters

Get set for the greatest show on Earth


GET your 2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil fix with Stadium Astro. The upcoming tournament will take place from June 12 to July 13 next year and Astro, the official broadcaster for Malaysia, will have full coverage of all 64 matches live in high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD).

Astro Sports Pack customers will get to enjoy the World Cup on 10 dedicated channels.

For the first time, viewers can also catch all the action on mobile devices through Astro On-The-Go. This feature is exclusive to Astro Sports Pack customers. Selected matches will also be available with Bahasa Malaysia commentary on Astro Arena (Astro Ch 801/SD or Ch 831/HD). From April 1, non-Sports Pack subscribers and NJOI customers may purchase a special pass that allows them to view all 64 matches live.

Stadium Astro also has a number of other sporting events lined up for viewing next year such as the Thomas Cup, UEFA Champions League, 17th Asian Games and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. For more information, log on to


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