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has revealed her new show Naked Education will have even more nudity.

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The broadcaster, 52, said the series will go ‘further’ as she attempts to break down taboos and educate viewers.

Naked Attraction, which first aired in 2016, is a controversial programme that focuses on a singleton

Speaking to ‘s TV mag she said: ‘Naked Education is sort of one step further than Naked Attraction, as it says: ‘Let’s normalise bodies, let’s have the conversation about what we go through and let’s actually educate the nation.’

The show will see Anna joined by Yinka Bokinni and Love Island star Dr Alex George as they aim to help break taboos and normalise all body types.

Shocking stuff: Naked Attraction host Anna Richardson, 52, has revealed her new show Naked Education will have even more nudity

NSFW: Naked Attraction, which first aired in 2016, is a controversial programme that focuses on a singleton choosing a love interest to date after seeing six potential matches naked

She went on to tell the publication: ‘I like to make shows that are controversial, that break taboos and that make a difference, and with every single show that I’ve done you can tick one of those boxes’.

‘Naked Education is a body positive, educational series that is basically aiming to normalise all body types and champion everybody’s differences, so that we can accept that with our clothes off we’re all normal.’ 

The six-part series will also feature a Naked Brigade who are a group of body positive individuals happy to strip off on the screen.

Elsewhere on the show a segment entitled the Naked Exchange will see two strangers having frank conversations as well as Teen Talking, helping teenagers discuss what’s ‘normal’.

The episodes will contain full-frontal nudity, and cover topics such as male anatomy and gender reassignment.

It comes after Anna shared details of the

She has previously touched on the difficult experience, but will openly discuss it more during her new show.

During one episode of Naked Education the star will show the lasting scar that the pregnancy has left on her stomach.

New show: The show will see Anna joined by Yinka Bokinni (left) and Love Island star Dr Alex George (right) as they aim to help break taboos and normalise all body types 

Struggles: It comes after Anna shared details of the ectopic pregnancy she suffered during university, when she was in her early twenties

Talking with The Sun’s TV Mag this week, Anna shared that she describes on the show how the scar has been the source of body confidence issues over the years.

She explained that she showed her stomach star during an episode of the show while talking with a group of mothers. 

An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, usually in one of the fallopian tubes

Anna previously revealed that the ordeal ‘nearly killed me’, and tragically suffered a miscarriage around 20 years later.

Appearing on Loose Women, she said: ‘The really, really sad thing, was when I was about 40 I did accidentally get pregnant and google_vignette I very sadly lost my baby’.

While the presenter also revealed in 2021 that she was considering adopting a child, after splitting from her partner of seven years Sue Perkins.

Split: Anna previously admitted that she is hoping to adopt, after splitting from partner of seven years Sue Perkins

Admitting that it has caused body confidence issues over the last 30 years, she shared: ‘Now my stomach kind of hangs over the top of that scar and I’m quite conscious of it, but your relationship with yourself and your body is a journey and it changes over time.’

Touching on her changing body and menopause struggles, she continued: ‘You see your body change and it becomes more difficult to do things. 

‘You can’t fit into the clothes that you used to fit into or you see that you’re not as young as you used to be, it’s a constant challenge.’

After mentioning adoption in the past, Anna was further probed on her plans furing an interview with the Express, replying: ‘I’m still pursuing that, I am very much in touch with Adoption UK because I did a podcast for them last year.I’m very keen to press ahead with creating a family.’

Naked Education airs on Channel 4 April 4 

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