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The journey of Voetspore continues. Voetspore ReŁnie is a series of Johan Badenhorst and friends who revisit the past 10 Voetspore series.
The team visited close to 40 African countries and travelled for 300 000 km on the continent. It was time for a get-together, reflecting on how Africa changes since the first series. They start at Cape Cross in Namibia and travel across southern Africa, through Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland, to the coast of Kwa Zulu Natal. They reflect on their journeys on the African continent since 2000 whilst discovering new adventure destinations.
This is a reunion of 12 adventurers.
En so vertrek die Voetspore 9 span rigting Beira, Mosambiek. Ons wens vir Johan, William, Gideon, Gert, Andr en Norbert als van die beste. Ons hoop om julle veilig by die huis te sien vroeg Desember. Mag die "Afrika se Groot Skeur Valei" trip n groot sukses wees.
Three-part ITV travel series following Joanna Lumley as she explores Japan. In her 2000-mile, cultural journey around the country's four main islands, the English actress tours the cities of Tokyo, Kyoto and Sapporo as well as the islands of Shikoku and Kyushu. On her travels, she meets a trainee geisha, takes a trip on the Shinkansen, learns about Japanese Buddhism, takes in some of the country's nightlife and visits the sites of the atomic bombings on Fukushima and Nagasaki.
Die Voetsporespan reis van Gansbaai tot in Gaboen!Die westelike roete in Afrika was vir dekades lank 'n probleem. Te veel oorloe het verhoed dat 'n mens die roete kon...
This is the first time in 15 years that the Voetspore Team left the African continent. What they experienced during their 9 000 kilometer journey was exceptional.
Documentary following David Beckham as he travels around Brazil. Beckham embarks on the adventure of a lifetime after retiring from playing football, flying 5000 miles from London to Brazil, host nation of the 2014 World Cup. David and his friends start out in Rio where they have their first game of beach foot-volleyball and then journey to Manaus in the heart of the Amazonian rainforest where they meet locals in the community of Algelen. From there they head even further into the wilderness to visit the remote Yanomami tribe and try to impart a piece of their footballing wisdom.
Collection of programmes which explore attractive railway journeys in the north of Britain. 'The North East' follows the rails from the River Tees in England up the coast to the North Sea in Scotland. 'Northern England' travels the Settle to Carlisle line, a journey that encompasses the Pennines and a number of historic castles and houses. 'The Peak District' explores the moorland terrain along the Huddersfield line. Finally, 'The Lake District' takes a look at several rail journeys in an area known for possessing some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain.
All four episodes from the BBC series that celebrates the veteran broadcaster's 50 years on television. Alan Whicker returns to some of the places he has visited and reported on during his years travelling the globe. Beginning in Venice, where he charts his career from soldier to Fleet Street journalist, his journey continues onto California, where he recalls the rise of the hippies, before moving onto Hollywood and, finally, Hong Kong.
The epic story of Venice, seen through the eyes of Francesco Da Mosto, descendent of one of the oldest and most distinguished Venetian families, whose ancestral history is inextricably intertwined with 'La Serenissima'.
Francesco gives us a fascinating insight into one of the most beautiful cities in the world: the places, events and people that have sculpted Venice through the ages. He explores hidden gardens, ascends secret staircases and, with the aid of expertly executed dramatic reconstructions, travels back in time to see the the Doge's Palace, St Mark's Square and the winged lion rise out of the mud.
He revisits the golden age of Titian, Veronese and Tintoretto; the 'Canalettos, casinos and the clap' of the eighteenth-century Grand Tour, and explains how Venice's magnificent art and architecture fuelled the building style of Europe before facing the city's latest threat: the sea.
From the lost world of Amazonia to the buzzing metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, Michael Palin meets the people and visits the places that shape this fascinating nation.
In his inimitable style, Michael Palin explores this vast country of incredible contrasts. He travels by river-boat, float-plane and on foot to visit tribes deep in the jungle; experiences the heady mix of Rio de Janeiro and the African-inspired culture of S„o LuŪs; Recife and Salvador. He encounters the super-rich who commute by helicopter; tastes German beer served from a motorcycle sidecar and tries his hand at being a cowboy.
As ever, Michael Palin proves the perfect travelling companion and his adventures are beautifully filmed, taking in remote tribes on the Venezuelan border, the modernist buildings of Brasilia to the spectacular IguaÁu Falls, where his journey ends.
Three-part ITV travel series following Joanna Lumley as she travels along the Trans-Siberian Railway. Departing from Hong Kong, the English actress ventures 6400 miles across Europe and Asia to her final destination of Moscow. Along the way she visits the various countries' sites and inhabitants including Mongolia's nomads and throat singers, China's Great Wall, the Gobi Desert and Moscow's Red Square.
Sit back and enjoy the ride, as architect, historian, and film-maker Francesco da Mosto drives his Alfa Romeo Spider the length of Italy, from North to South, celebrating the art and beauty of the country. Taking in architecture, cathedrals, churches, palaces, and paintings, Francesco also explores the rich cultural diversity of the country, focussing in detail on the effect the Renaissance had across the arts.
Four-part BBC travel series following comedian and TV presenter Sue Perkins as she journeys 3,000 miles along the Mekong River. Her voyage takes her from the Mekong Delta in Vietnam to the source of the river in China. Along the way she visits the Delta's largest floating market and works in paddy fields in Vietnam, witnesses first-hand the effect of deforestation and animal trafficking in Cambodia and visits one of the world's poorest nations in Laos before seeing the scale of China's economic transformation.
All four episodes of the ITV travel series presented by actress and campaigner Joanna Lumley. Embarking on the trip of a lifetime in which she follows the River Nile - the longest river in the world - from sea to source, Joanna heads upstream in the direction of the earliest explorers, travelling by boat, train, ferry, car, plane, mule and camel along 'Africa's life line'. On a 4000-mile journey that takes her through Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda and Rwanda, Joanna revisits the history of the Nile and talks to the people working and living on the river today.
Documentary following historian Andrew Graham-Dixon and chef Giorgio Locatelli on a tour of Sicily. The Italian island is close to the hearts of both men, with Locatelli hailing from Italy and Graham-Dixon an admirer of the nation's artistic heritage and architectural splendour. As the pair travel around the island they explain its finer features to each other. Locatelli expounds on Sicily's culinary wonders while Graham-Dixon visits sites that offer an insight into the island's history, including the role of the Mafia.
Every episode from the seventh series of the travel programme presented by Paul Murton. Scotland was once avoided by travellers due to its hostile environment but many changes have taken place since the beginning of tourism in the country two centuries ago. In this series, the historian continues to explore the country's islands using his Victorian guidebook, 'Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland'.
All four episodes from the third series of the British travel programme presented by actress Penelope Keith. Penelope begins her journey by visiting the Cotswolds where she stops in the villages of Bibury and Ebrington before travelling north to Argyll and Bute. There she travels the coastline and visits some of Queen Victoria's favourite spots. North Yorkshire is Penelope's next stop with Goathland and Brompton-by-Sawdon on the itinerary, before finally making her way to Pembrokeshire where she visits Wales's best food market in the village of St. Dogmaels.
Greece is where western civilisation began; drama, democracy, language, science, philosophy and medicine all originated from here. This country has given the world so much, leaving an enduring legacy on the fabric of our everyday life.
Joanna Lumley embarks her own Greek Odyssey to explore Europe's most influential country, a land so rich in history, myth and romance.
From the Greek islands to its far northern borders, to Mount Olympus to Corfu, Joanna's passion for travel and understanding of people makes for some of the best travel documentaries on British television.
A journey through the landscape and history of western Ireland with the late Irish poet John O'Donohue. Born and raised in rural Ireland - and a native Irish speaker - John O'Donohue found fame in 1997 with the publication of 'Anam Cara', a spiritual reflection on Irish history and culture. This documentary follows the poet on his journeys in Ireland, reflecting on Celtic folklore and tradition.
All the episodes from the first and second series of the British travel programme presented by actress Penelope Keith. In the first series, Penelope begins her journey by visiting the East Anglian village of Little Snoring and then travels to North Wales, Cheshire and Staffordshire and then on to Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire where she stops in Castle Combe which was voted Britain's prettiest village. In the second series, Penelope visits the small fishing villages in Devon and Cornwall and then travels to Cumbria to visit the home of sticky toffee pudding, on to Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire where she goes to the Braemar Highland Games before travelling back down south to East Sussex and Kent.
Eric Robson walks from Kendal to Carlisle in the footsteps of industrialist and social reformer Jonathan Dodgson Carr - who is actually best known for his biscuits. 'JD', as he was known, travelled the route in 1831 on the way to making his fortune and founding an industrial dynasty.
Documentary collection which follows award-winning journalist, Sir Trevor McDonald, as he attempts to get behind the glossy resorts and find out about local life in popular vacation spots. In the first series, Sir Trevor travels to the Caribbean to meet two locals with very different lifestyles, and in the second, discovers the secrets of the Mediterranean.
One hundred years after the birth of Ernest Hemingway, Michael Palin follows his footsteps through the streets of Paris and lagoons of Venice to the snows of Kilimanjaro and bustle of Chicago. Evading bulls in Pamplona and pursuing marlin in Havana, his energetic attempts to match Hemingway's adventures don't always go to plan, but we do get to witness a journey brimful of humour and excitement.
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