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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.
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...
Die Voetsporereis af teen die Weskus van Afrika. 'n Reis van Marokko tot Suid Afrika. Van Casablanca tot die Kaap.
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.
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.
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.
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 humorist, writer, wit, actor, and novelist journeys around America's states to discover what makes the country, and its people, so different. Passing through every state in his black London cab, Fry stops off to visit, among other places, the extravagant homes of the rich in upstate New York, lava fields in Hawaii, the battlefields at Gettysburg, and New Orleans' Mardi Gras. Talking to, and welcomed by, the people he meets along the way, Fry tries to discover what it is that unites such a diversity of beliefs, cultures, and languages into one vast nation.
Opening three episodes of the cult Seventies action series plus a bonus episode from the 13 missing episodes that have never been seen on UK TV. In the first episode, 'Monkey Goes Wild About Heaven', King Monkey (Masaaki Sakai) disgraces himself after being summoned to Heaven. He and two officials get into an argument and end up being sent back to Earth as a punishment - Monkey is imprisoned under a mountain, while the others are transformed into a pig monster, Pigsy (Toshiyuki Nishida), and a water monster, Sandy (Shiro Kishibe). 'Monkey Turns Nursemaid' sees Monkey set free in order to help holy man Tripitaka (Masako Natsume) on his quest to save the world. In 'The Great Journey Begins', Monkey protects Tripitaka against both Pigsy and Sandy, both of whom end up joining them on their journey. The bonus episode 'You Win Some, You Lose Some' has English subtitles.
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.
Acclaimed writer and historian, Michael Wood's 'ten thousand year epic' uncovers the fabulous sights, sounds and dazzling achievements of the world's oldest and most influential civilisation.
In this captivating six-part adventure, Wood chronicles the history of the subcontinent, the incredible richness and diversity of its peoples, cultures and landscapes, the intense drama of its past and the originality and continuing relevance of its ideas.
From the deserts of Turkmenistan to the Khyber Pass and the plains of Pakistan, from the Himalayas to the palm-fringed shores of Kerala, Wood discovers a land whose past is almost unimaginably rich and brings to life some of the most momentous and moving events in world history.
Collected edition of series one and two of the Japanese television adaptation of the ancient Chinese legend, featuring the off-the-wall antics of Monkey (Masaaki Sakai) and his friends Pigsy and Sandy as they accompany the venerable monk Tripitaka (Masako Natsume) on her pilgrimage to find the ancient Buddhist scrolls that will establish peace throughout the world. Includes all the original dubbed episodes, and the 13 previously unseen subtitled episodes. The 26 episodes from series one are: 'Monkey Goes Wild About Heaven'; 'Monkey Turns Nursemaid'; 'The Great Journey Begins'; 'Monkey Swallows the Universe'; 'The Power of Youth'; 'Even Monsters Can Be People'; The Beginning of Wisdom'; 'Pigsy Woos a Widow'; 'What Monkey Calls the Dog-Woman'; 'Pigsy's in the Well'; 'The Difference Between Night and Day'; 'Pearls Before Swine'; 'The Minx and the Slug'; 'Catfish, Saint and the Shape-Changer'; 'Monkey Meets the Demon Digger'; 'The Most Monstrous Monster'; 'Truth and the Grey Gloves Devil'; 'Land for the Locusts'; 'The Vampire Master'; 'Outrageous Coincidences'; 'Pigsy, King and God'; 'Village of the Undead'; 'Two Little Blessings'; 'The Fires of Jealousy'; 'The Country of Nightmares' and 'The End of the Way'. The 26 episodes from series two are: 'Pigsy's Ten Thousand Ladies'; 'The Dogs of Death'; 'You Win Some, You Lose Some'; 'Pigsy Learns a Lesson'; 'The Land With Two Suns'; 'The House of the Evil Spirit'; 'Am I Dreaming?'; 'The Tormented Emperor'; 'Between Heaven and Hell'; 'The Foolish Philosopher'; 'Who Am I?'; 'What is Wisdom'; 'The Fountain of Youth'; 'Better the Demon You Know'; 'A Shadow So Huge'; 'Keep on Dancing'; 'Give and Take'; 'Such a Nice Monster'; 'The Fake Pilgrims'; 'Pretty as a Picture'; 'Mothers'; 'The Tenacious Tomboy'; 'Stoned'; 'Howling at the Moon'; 'Monkey's Yearning' and 'At the Top of the Mountain'.
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.
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.
Comedians Dara O'Briain and Ed Byrne travel a 4,000-mile-long section of the Pan-American Highway in this three-part series. Following in the tracks of American adventurers Sullivan Richardson, Arnold Whitaker and Kenneth Van Hee, who set off on a similar journey in the 1940s before the highway was built, Dara and Ed travel from the US state of Arizona to the small town of Yaviza in Panama, visiting numerous locations along the way including Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua.
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.
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.
Michael Palin continues his series of epic journeys, this time crossing the Sahara - an environment as alien and hostile as any on earth. But, instead of emptiness, the Sahara reveals a vast range of peoples, cultures and landscapes with a rich and unique history.
The journey begins in Morocco, where Michael must traverse nature's gateway to the Sahara - the beautiful Atlas mountains. Slowly, the mountains give way to the arid Sahara and its thousands of miles of sand, stone, ferocious winds and vast storms that sting the face and blind the eyes.
From the disrupted territory of Western Sahara, through Mauritania on a two kilometre long iron ore train, he makes for Senegal and its old French colonial towns. After paying a visit to Goree Island, from where millions of slaves were sold and sent on to Europe and America, it's on to Mali and a chance to meet the Dogon - people with a view of the world so unique that it can be tricky to grasp, especially when eating lunch in midday temperatures of 134F.
In preference to a three month wait for the ferry to Timbuktu, a local cargo boat becomes home for the journey up the Niger River. From the Niger, Michael heads north over the Hoggar Mountains through the rich gas and oil fields of Algeria and on into Libya, where we have the rare chance to experience a culture long closed to outsiders. His final stop is Tunisia, a country familiar to Michael having been the location for Monty Python's The Life of Brian.
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.
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