Carte Blanche looks back at 25 years

2013-07-24 10:15
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Cape Town – Carte Blanche, the long-running weekly investigative show on M-Net will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a special and revealing book, Carte Blanche 25 Years – The Stories Behind the Stories, written by longtime producer Jessica Pitchford.

The book is now available to pre-order on The special commemorative book lifts the lid on what has been happening behind the scenes at the acclaimed show over the past two and a half decades.

Fans and long-time viewers of the weekly investigative show can look forward to a very revealing and exceptionally insightful behind-the-scenes look through stories filled with perspective about the show.

Special birthday episode

Besides the special book which is set to become an instant collector's item, Channel24 can reveal that the long-running Combined Artistic Productions show will have a special birthday episode for viewers on Sunday, 1 September.

Carte Blanche 25 Years - The Stories Behind the Stories is a trade paperback from Jonathan Ball Publishers and will be published to coincide with the special birthday of Carte Blanche on 1 September.

The book reveals untold and little known facts and background about Carte Blanche, with insights from the producers and presenters who have shaped and guided the show since it started in 1998 on M-Net.

Carte Blanche remains the pay-TV broadcaster's highest rated and most watched programme in its now iconic Sunday evening timeslot of 19:00 on M-Net.

The show has since become not just live appointment television, but also the most valuable real estate in all of South African television broadcasting.

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