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keskiviikko 9.5.2012

05:00 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

Miracle in the Desert (GBR, 2012) This episode finds Sophie and Khalil doing a little tourist walk around the world-famous Koutoubia on the edge of the Djemaa El Fna within the Medina walls of Marrakech. Khalil is pointing out the sights and giving some history until the heat drives them into the Pop Art café of Kechmara nearby. In total contrast to what they've seen so far, the café is a hive of trendy, modern art and literature tucked away in a back street. There they decide on another road trip and before you know it they are heading north towards Casablanca to visit the charming Aqallal family on their olive oil estate near El Borouj.There they are welcomed by the family who have been producing award-winning olive oil since 1887. The family have many estates and this 'miracle of the desert' shows how even a hostile terrain can be cultivated for good. Khalil accepts the challenge of cooking lunch for the family, especially scary is cooking for the ladies, and to show Sophie one of his favourite tagines!

05:30 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

High Atlas Adventure (GBR, 2012) Now its time to shake off the dust and heat of Marrakech and head to the hills or mountains really. Sophie and Khalil pack up their Maroc-mobile and head out over the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains to Ouarzazate. After a refreshing stop at one of the many lovely cafés overlooking the unfolding spectacle of valleys, snow-fields and mountains they head eagerly upwards towards the wild mountain village of Taddert. Known for its open-air butchers and grill specialists, the town is the last stop before puffing over the high passes.Confusingly there are two Tadderts, one after another and in fact the higher village is known as Taddert 2 so not all that confusing. And it is in Taddert 2 that the true nature of fast-food on the hoof becomes apparent. Animals are everywhere, live and in trucks, bound on the ground and sizzling on the many grills. It is a meat-eaters delight and Khalil rustles up a couple of succulent kebabs for him and Sophie before heading out.

06:00 Flavours Of Spain

The Mediterranean (GBR, 2012) With an eye for the unusual, Charlie sets out to discover the Spanish Med. He starts his journey in Barcelona with a visit to a cookery school to learn some traditional Mediterranean dishes and a whistlestop tour of the coolest nightspots before heading up to Salvador Dali's hometown of Cadaques on the Costa Brava. Finally we leave the mainland behind to show you a very different side of Ibitha and an undercover view of Mallorca with BBC reporter Sue Lloyd Roberts.

06:30 Glutton for Punishment

Sea Urchin Diving Race (/CAN 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Bob Blumer is about to meet his match - a little red invertebrate, covered in sharp spikes! The sea urchin looks like an underwater porcupine, but inside is a treasure of delicious roe. The Japanese call it Uni, and it is a delicacy in seafood restaurants all over the world. Bob's challenge is to win a race against the commercial divers on board an Urchin Harvesting Boat. Bob's training will be rigorous. He'll have to get a crash course in scuba diving, and then learn from the pros how to harvest a sea urchin without getting stung. Along the way, he'll pick up some yummy recipes for this spiky delicacy.

07:00 Globe Trekker

South Africa 2 (GBR, 2012) Justine Shapiro and Sami Sabiti return to South Africa to see how much the rainbow nation has changed in the decade since the end of apartheid. They travel from Cape Town to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, before exploring the diamond mines of Kimberley. Justine then experiences the Hindu festival of Kavadi in Durban and goes on safari, while Sami heads north to Thohoyandou to meet the Venda people. Having met up again in Johannesburg, they finish their journey in the Soweto township

08:00 Great Scenic Railways

Australia (GBR, 2012) Presented by Robert C Van Camp Produced by Emmy Award-Winner Robert C Van Camp, this spectacular one hour special travels across Australia on the most scenic railways the country has to offer. Along the way you get to see incredible coastlines, beautiful wine country and lush rainforests. This stunningly shot programme also looks at keeping railroad history alive as it explores train and railroad restoration. So join host David Holt for a journey So join host David Holt for a journey into Australia's railroad legacy.

09:00 Travel Today

May (GBR) It's a luxurious Travel Today this month as Mr Five-Star himself, Varun Sharma, shares the secrets of his series Inside Luxury Travel with Laura Moka. Sarah Cawood skips her way through Stockholm and Mike McClean sizes up the haciendas of Ecuador. Meanwhile, Gareth Davis searches out his inflatable hammer for the raucous Festival of Sao Joao in Portugal. We kick off the New Year with a special report from World Travel Market in London where Gareth Davis discusses the latest trends in responsible tourism; Laura Moka chats with Isabelle Legeron about her new series Journey Into Wine: Budapest to the Black Sea; and we explore the traditions surrounding Chinese New Year.

09:30 Distant Shores

Shetland (CAN 30') Presented by Paul Shard,Sheryl Shard Heading to the most northern part of Scotland, Paul and Sheryl sail to the Shetland Islands. Their first stop is Fair Isle, the most remote inhabited island in the UK, where they learn about seabird migration at the bird observatory, as well as the creation of Fail Isle jumpers. Next they sail to Mainland to the port of Lerwick where local boaters show them life on the island including how to cut peat. Lastly, they sail to the most northern point of the British Isles to visit a puffin colony.

10:00 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

Hollywood in the Desert (GBR, 2012) Having successfully crossed the High Atlas Sophie and Khalil now find themselves in the desert town of Ouarzazate which means 'without noise' or 'without confusion' in Berber. Long considered the gateway to the great Sahara Desert, the town sits below the mountains and at the head of the beautiful Draa Valley. Ouarzazate is in stark contrast to the bustle and heat of Marrakech and comes across as a Wild West town with wide streets, covered walkways and a very laid back manner. Originally a French colonial administrative capital the main business of the town seems to have become celebrity in the form of the big Atlas Film Studios which lie on the main road leading in. Sophie and Khalil quickly settle into the groove with a tour of the Glouai family Kasbah which is right across from the Musee du Cinema followed by a visit to the world-famous restaurant, Chez Dimitri.

10:30 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

Date in the Desert (GBR, 2012) Never known to sit still for long Sophie and Khalil head out of town and down south following the high passes and palm lined vistas of the Draa Valley to Zagora, arguably another town vying for the name, 'gateway to the Sahara'.Once in Zagora they meet up with their host, M. Abdesslem El Malali and plunge into the Sunday souk. And what a souk this is! The market is a bustling regional event with Berbers and nomads from the desert mingling with town people trading their wares. Everything is sold from camel meat to antiques to light bulbs and a vast array of spices. Later the trio bounce along a track out of town to the Malali date plantation which lies under the Jbel Bani ridge. This area is an oasis of farming with some one hundred families growing some of the world's most succulent dates and produce.At the farm Madame Malali welcomes the visitors and they are treated to the making of camel tagine and eating in a Berber tent.

11:00 Flavours Of Spain

The Mediterranean (GBR, 2012) With an eye for the unusual, Charlie sets out to discover the Spanish Med. He starts his journey in Barcelona with a visit to a cookery school to learn some traditional Mediterranean dishes and a whistlestop tour of the coolest nightspots before heading up to Salvador Dali's hometown of Cadaques on the Costa Brava. Finally we leave the mainland behind to show you a very different side of Ibitha and an undercover view of Mallorca with BBC reporter Sue Lloyd Roberts.

11:30 Glutton for Punishment

Deep Fry Contest (/CAN 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Deep-fried pop tarts, fried avocado, fried coke - these are just some of the dishes on the menu at the LA State Fair. With the help of a seasoned mentor, Bob Blumer will have just five days to come up with his own idea of crispy fried nirvana for the annual Deep Fry Contest. He'll go head to head against seasoned deep-fry concessionaires who can't keep up with the demand for their deep fried creations. Along the way, Bob will take a deep-fried gastro tour, visiting restaurants and outlets for inspiration. His reward? Meeting great characters along the way and surviving with his arteries intact.

12:00 Globe Trekker

Los Angeles City Guide (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Traveller Megan McCormick spends a week in southern California, USA, exploring one of the world's most exciting and glamorous cities, Los Angeles. Like thousands of wannabe stars who over the years have flocked to L.A. 's most famous suburb Hollywood in the hope of finding fame and fortune in the movies, Megan starts her trip by signing on at the Central Casting agency with other hopefuls trying to land a part in a movie as an extra. After taking a tour around Paramount Studios, she heads to Beverly Hills to learn the tricks of the trade used by the paparazzi who follow the every move of the stars who frequent the area.Using the city's surprisingly good public transport system, Megan heads to downtown L.A., discovering the now faded glamour of Broadway's grand old movie palaces, before checking out the thriving historic Central Market amidst a newly revitalised city centre.

13:00 Hollywood and Vines

Okanagan Valley, British Columbia 2 (USA, 2012) Terry David Mulligan and Jason Priestley venture to Joie, an outdoor cooking school in the Okanagan Valley. Joie makes an unbelievable Rose that could top the list of favourites from this whole area. They meet owners Micheal and Heidi Dinn, experience first class hospitality, fresh food paired with fresh wines on an open patio. The search for good juice continues at Quails Gate Winery, Ben Stewart and Chef Judith Knight help guide the way with Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. These wines are known for enticing the ogopogo out of Lake Okanagan. The hosts relax at the Eldorado hotel to sample more wines and talk the talk with wine guy Vince Born. The afternoon is spent recapping on an Okanagan adventure that will leave you thirsty for more. This episode features Kurt Russell, Michael Buble, David Duchovny, Minnie Driver, Tommy Chong and Cameron Dado.

13:30 Hollywood and Vines

Sonoma Valley, California 1 (USA, 2012) Jason Priestley and Terry David Mulligan visit 'The House of the Big Reds' better known as St Francis Vineyards in Sonoma Valley, California. The Private Tasting Room presents only the reserve bottles and wine club exclusives. We then meet with Tony Soter of Etude Winery who offers a lesson to Jason and Terry, schooling the travelling hosts in Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. His world class knowledge shows through in every bottle he pours. For lunch, Elizabeth Karmel author of 'Taming the Flame' talks grill talk, putting the world of BBQ at your fingertips. This episode features celebrities such as Jack Black, Christian Bale, Jon Favreau, Garry Marshall and Eugene Levy.

14:00 Food Tripper

Black Forest (GBR 60') Helen Hokin goes on a gastro forage into the heart of Germany's Black Forest, where she also learns what goes into the many layers of an authentic black forest gateau. Helen picks her way through a hot day working the cherry orchards and dips into the country's love of chocolate with one of Germany's master chocolatiers, all before having her taste buds put to the test with a schnapps showdown. Helen extends her excursion to take in the picturesque cheese route and meet local producers before heading to sunny Freiberg.

15:00 Floyd on Africa

Floyd On Africa. Durban (GBR, 2012) This episode of Floyd's culinary travel series takes us to Durban where Floyd's arrival merits a greeting from the Major and a seat at a local rugby match. The cooking highlights are many and varied; they include lamb curry which Floyd cooks aboard a tug boat and an exotic and tasty dish of deep fried pork balls made with dried fruit and spices. Jetting off to Lesotho Floyd has the honour of cooking for the Queen and conjures up chicken kebabs marinated in piri piri sauce sweetcorn fritters and a salad of pineapple and cucumber in wine vinegar and chilli - a feast fit for a... Queen!

15:30 Floyd on Africa

Floyd On Africa. Elephant Safari (GBR, 2012) Today we find our intrepid Floyd on safari in the African Game Parks. After being charged by an elephant, Keith recovers with a hearty and warming dish of porridge cooked with whisky double cream and pistachio flavoured honey. Later there are more delights in store when Floyd cooks Impala (antelope) dried fruit curry and a free range chicken curry which he describes as being somewhere between a biriani and a paella Moving on to Zimbabwe Floyd sees bananas being harvested and puts the local producer to good use by concocting a dish of rabbit and banana followed by banana pudding

16:00 Globe Trekker

Las Vegas (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Ian Wright travels to the non - stop party city of Las Vegas. He begins his adventures exploring the fantastical hotels and casinos of 'The Strip'. He gains a bird's eye view of the city from atop the world's highest thrill ride before undertaking 'alternative sightseeing' at Vegas' wedding chapels. He comes up close and personal with a performing Bengali tiger, enjoys the kitsch of Liberace, attends a beauty pageant with a difference, takes part in a hair raising tribute to Elvis the King, and learns about Vegas' shadier past in the times of the Rat Pack. Taking a break from the whirlwind excesses of the city, Ian travels to the Nevada Test site, where atomic bombs were tested, and hikes into the Grand Canyon for stunning views of this natural wonder.

17:00 Glutton for Punishment

Pasta Cook (/CAN, 2009 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Saturday night in Chicago's busiest Italian restaurant is a steaming dish of insanity. In Mia Francesca's tiny kitchen, a line of cooks stand shoulder to shoulder - screaming out orders, grinding out hundreds of plates of pasta, trying not to get burned on red-hot sauce pans - all to satisfy a dining room full of hungry pasta-lovers. Bob's challenge is to be a pasta line cook on a busy Saturday night. He'll have to be a master of coordination as he works closely with a line of pasta chefs - some of whom have been on the line for decades. To train, Bob will start out on a slow lunch shift, then work his way up through busier shifts throughout the week. He'll also visit Chicago's famous Little Italy, where he will learn secrets from the Italian masters on how to create the perfect noodle. Once he gets to a busy Saturday night, will he be able to conquer vats of boiling pasta, or will the other chefs have to serve Bob up on a plate?

17:30 Flavours of Greece

Crete (GBR 30') The journey begins at the Milia Eco Settlement, built on the side of a valley near the village of Vlatos, south of Chania. Once a deserted village, it is now a faithfully restored traditional community, where all the electricity is solar powered and the food is provided by the settlement's organic farm. Next stop is Kritsa to learn the secrets to making virgin olive oil and Charlie Ottley explores the great Mionian ruins in Knossos, before taking a trek through the mighty Samaria gorge.

18:00 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

Hollywood in the Desert (GBR, 2012) Having successfully crossed the High Atlas Sophie and Khalil now find themselves in the desert town of Ouarzazate which means 'without noise' or 'without confusion' in Berber. Long considered the gateway to the great Sahara Desert, the town sits below the mountains and at the head of the beautiful Draa Valley. Ouarzazate is in stark contrast to the bustle and heat of Marrakech and comes across as a Wild West town with wide streets, covered walkways and a very laid back manner. Originally a French colonial administrative capital the main business of the town seems to have become celebrity in the form of the big Atlas Film Studios which lie on the main road leading in. Sophie and Khalil quickly settle into the groove with a tour of the Glouai family Kasbah which is right across from the Musee du Cinema followed by a visit to the world-famous restaurant, Chez Dimitri.

18:30 Sophie Grigson in the Souk

Date in the Desert (GBR, 2012) Never known to sit still for long Sophie and Khalil head out of town and down south following the high passes and palm lined vistas of the Draa Valley to Zagora, arguably another town vying for the name, 'gateway to the Sahara'.Once in Zagora they meet up with their host, M. Abdesslem El Malali and plunge into the Sunday souk. And what a souk this is! The market is a bustling regional event with Berbers and nomads from the desert mingling with town people trading their wares. Everything is sold from camel meat to antiques to light bulbs and a vast array of spices. Later the trio bounce along a track out of town to the Malali date plantation which lies under the Jbel Bani ridge. This area is an oasis of farming with some one hundred families growing some of the world's most succulent dates and produce.At the farm Madame Malali welcomes the visitors and they are treated to the making of camel tagine and eating in a Berber tent.

19:00 Globe Trekker

Chinatown (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti The Chinese migration of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries has had a massive cultural impact around the world. In a special edition of Globe Trekker, our team trace the steps of this Diaspora from the motherland to its great population centres of Penang in Malaysia, San Francisco, London, New York and Mauritius discovering the motivations and history of the Chinese who left and the impact they've had on their new homes. We also witness some of their fantastic New year celebrations in Chinatowns across the world.

20:00 People of the Sea

China (GBR 30') Jerome Delafosse takes off for China to meet up with the fishing communities there. China is the world's leading producer of fish, and the fishing industry is one of the Empire's mainstays, but more important than its economic significance is the art of catching fish, an essential and ancestral craft. From the frozen lakes of Inner Mongolia to the tropical shores of the China Sea, from legendary cormorant fishermen to mysterious Giant Salamanders, Jerome sets off on an amazing voyage and reveals a hidden face of China.

21:00 The Ethical Hedonist

Ecuador (GBR) Bob Kelly begins his time in Ecuador by flying deep into the Amazonian jungle region to the Kapawi eco-lodge; owned and run by the Achuar people who are fighting to preserve their land and culture. Next stop is a few thousand meters higher in the Andean region, famous for its beautiful volcanoes and farming people. Bob meets up with members of the Amazon defence coalition to learn more about the world's biggest oil disaster which happened there, before they offer to take him to the area affected in the north near Lago Agria. Once there, Bob really gets to witness firsthand the extent and effect of the disaster. Lastly our Ethical Hedonist rewards himself by treating himself to a lifelong dream: to visit the Galapagos islands.

22:00 Intrepid Journeys

Mongolia (NZL) Actor Renato Bartolomei gets his fill of vodka in Mongolia while spending the night in a traditional yurt. Renato also marvels at the pomp of traditional wrestling and horsemanship at the Nadam Festival.

23:00 Globe Trekker

Papua New Guinea Islands (/GBR 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Zay Harding travels to the Papua New Guinea islands. On Manus, Zay goes fishing with the islanders, before joining a hunting expedition for one of the local delicacies of New Ireland - flying fox. After having visited a woman renowned for having tamed freshwater eels, Zay cycles on to visit one of New Ireland's greatest master carvers of masks. On a banana boat, he is thrilled to be surrounded by a huge pod of dolphins, before diving a submerged WW2 tank. In Rabaul, Zay gets to see a shot down Japanese Zero fighter plane. He then canoes to the volcano Tavurvur, where he joins the locals hunting for Megapode eggs. Zay finally witnesses the spectacular nocturnal Fire Dance of the Baining tribe, before ending his trip climbing Rabaul's highest volcano.

00:00 Think Green

Bhutan (GBR) Bhutan, a little kingdom perched in the Himalayas between China and India, offers a sustainable and cooperative type of tourism by proposing a tourist tax with the aim of taking an active part in local culture and in environmental preservation programmes. Priscilla Telmon invites you to discover a country which is not quite like any other.

01:00 People of the Sea

China (GBR 30') Jerome Delafosse takes off for China to meet up with the fishing communities there. China is the world's leading producer of fish, and the fishing industry is one of the Empire's mainstays, but more important than its economic significance is the art of catching fish, an essential and ancestral craft. From the frozen lakes of Inner Mongolia to the tropical shores of the China Sea, from legendary cormorant fishermen to mysterious Giant Salamanders, Jerome sets off on an amazing voyage and reveals a hidden face of China.

02:00 The Ethical Hedonist

Ecuador (GBR) Bob Kelly begins his time in Ecuador by flying deep into the Amazonian jungle region to the Kapawi eco-lodge; owned and run by the Achuar people who are fighting to preserve their land and culture. Next stop is a few thousand meters higher in the Andean region, famous for its beautiful volcanoes and farming people. Bob meets up with members of the Amazon defence coalition to learn more about the world's biggest oil disaster which happened there, before they offer to take him to the area affected in the north near Lago Agria. Once there, Bob really gets to witness firsthand the extent and effect of the disaster. Lastly our Ethical Hedonist rewards himself by treating himself to a lifelong dream: to visit the Galapagos islands.

02:59 Intrepid Journeys

Mongolia (NZL) Actor Renato Bartolomei gets his fill of vodka in Mongolia while spending the night in a traditional yurt. Renato also marvels at the pomp of traditional wrestling and horsemanship at the Nadam Festival.

04:00 Globe Trekker

Papua New Guinea Islands (/GBR 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Zay Harding travels to the Papua New Guinea islands. On Manus, Zay goes fishing with the islanders, before joining a hunting expedition for one of the local delicacies of New Ireland - flying fox. After having visited a woman renowned for having tamed freshwater eels, Zay cycles on to visit one of New Ireland's greatest master carvers of masks. On a banana boat, he is thrilled to be surrounded by a huge pod of dolphins, before diving a submerged WW2 tank. In Rabaul, Zay gets to see a shot down Japanese Zero fighter plane. He then canoes to the volcano Tavurvur, where he joins the locals hunting for Megapode eggs. Zay finally witnesses the spectacular nocturnal Fire Dance of the Baining tribe, before ending his trip climbing Rabaul's highest volcano.

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