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lauantai 25.2.2012

05:00 Planet Food

Southern Spain (GBR, 2012) Seven part series following a food-lover with a taste for travel through a region renowned for the richness and diversity of its food. With our host Padama Lakshmi, we're heading for Spain, one of the world's most popular destinations for the 'foody-traveller'. She sees how they cook with fish and sherry, visits flamenco bars and even manages a trip to the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada. In the Moorish city of Granada, Padma learns the history of bullfighting and dines at a restaurant where she discovers that practically every part of the animal can be cooked!

05:30 Glutton For Punishment: One-Man Band

Bob Blumer has one week to train with Daniel Rose, proud of owner and single employee of a boutique restaurant in Paris, before taking it all over at the end of the week.

06:00 Glutton for Punishment

Morel Mushroom Foraging (/CAN 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Dirty, sweaty and bug-ridden, Bob Blumer hikes into a remote swath of burnt forest in northern British Columbia in search of morels - one of the most valuable and sought after mushrooms in the world. Morel pickers are a tough, burly breed: they live in the bush, covered in soot from head to toe, fiercely guarding their picking spots. They are all determined to make it out of the woods with the heaviest load, yielding the highest cash return. Can this city slicker take on BC's fastest, strongest pickers, all while surviving in the wilderness for days amongst black bears and burrowing ticks?

06:30 Life's a Trip

Australia - Conduct A Symphony (CAN 30') Presented by Andrew Anthony Long ago in a land far away, a young Andrew Anthony watched a rascally rabbit conduct a symphony on TV and thought how brilliant he was and how amazing it would be to perform such a feat. Now in the iconic Sydney Opera House Andrew will don a tuxedo and conduct a symphony. Upon arriving in Australia, Andrew is informed that in order to check this one off his list, he must first learn what it means to 'be an Aussie'. For that he needs to hop back on the plane, live underground, visit the outback, kiss a kangaroo, climb a bridge, make some wine and succumb to Sydney. But after being through all this will he really want to put on the tuxedo or will the Aussie he has become lead him down a different path?

07:00 Globe Trekker

Crete/Cyprus (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Traveller Adela Ucar heads to the Greek island of Crete to learn more about the island's past in World War II and experience its stunning natural beauty along one of Europe's most popular walking trails, the E4. Adela begins her journey in Hania; a bustling harbour town replete with Venetian and Turkish architecture. Adela has timed her visit to Crete to coincide with the commemoration of the Battle of Crete of 1941. Katie Comer starts her journey in the partying town of Ayia Napa. She then free dives of Limassol and catches summer solstice celebrations in nearby Kyrenia. From there Katie goes to the Kikkos Monastry and ends her journey by discovering the divide in northern cyprus.

08:00 Sophie Grigson In The Orient

Macanese Macau (USA 30') Sophie Grigson explores Macau, starting with a rickshaw trip to the city's spiritual centre, the A Ma Temple. After watching locals chase demons away, Sophie makes her way to the famous Art Deco Red Market, an archaeological heritage site buzzing with noise, people, animals and bargain shopping. Next, Sophie explores Lord Stow's Bakery on Coloane Island where she learns how to make their renowned egg custard tarts. Sophie continues her journey on Taipa Island, eating her way through what locals call "Food Street" with good reason!

08:30 Sophie Grigson In The Orient

City of Dreams (USA 30') Sophie Grigson explores the Las Vegas of the East in Macau's City of Dreams casino. First up, she samples some of the casino's signature dishes and watches dragons and sea creatures come to life in the Bubble Show's giant dome complex. She continues her adventure with a tour of the old colonial city centre, ending with a trip to the Wine Museum and a stroll through the Macau Food Festival, where spectacle meets unusual delights. Crocodile burger anyone?

09:00 Chef Abroad

Aboriginal Outback Adventure - Australia (GBR, 2012 30') Presented by Michael Smith Chef Michael Smith goes to Australia in search of off-the beaten-track food. He ventures deep into the Australian outback to experience the indigenous wonders of local bush food.

09:30 Chef Abroad

Food Adventure - New Zealand (GBR, 2012 30') Presented by Michael Smith Chef Michael Smith believes that the harder you have to work for your food - the better it tastes. In a food adventure that takes him halfway around the globe to New Zealand, Michael gives it his all to hunt, fish, gather and muster up the best cuisine the island country has to offer.

10:00 Top Travel

Hermanus and Sanbona Wildlife Reserve (USA 30') Jeannie D and Janez visit two hidden spots of South Africa. In Hermanus in the Western Cape, they spend time on the beach and picnicking in the mountains. They also visit the Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, situated at the foot of the towering Warmwaterberg Mountains in the heart of the Little Karoo. Finally, they go on a game drive spotting white lions in the wild and enjoy a traditional South African braai in the evening.

10:30 Top Travel

Cape Town Finale (USA 30') Jeannie D and Janez are back in their home town - Cape Town, a city surrounded by sea and mountains with great history and culture. They two travelers reflect on how much the city has changed and go to their favourite hot spots, such as Cape Point where the two oceans meet, seal island in Hout Bay and abseiling down Table Mountain. They end their journey on Camps Bay and reflect on the past 26 weeks of their adventure.

11:00 The Ethical Hedonist

Las Vegas (GBR) Bob Kelly time in Las Vegas starts by experiencing some of the hedonistic highlights of the city: the incredible hotels, swim up blackjack, huge trampolines, big shows and helicopter rides over the nearby grand canyon. Bob then meets up with some true Las Vegans and goes out to a local burlesque evening. It is then time for Bob to start giving back so he offers himself for a day volunteering with international organisation, Habitat for Humanity, who build low cost housing for families in need. Being a big fan of golf, Bob then arranges a round with members of the local Native American nation, the Paiute, at the course they own where he learns more about the current state of their culture. Bob is lucky to meet Oscar B Goodman, the ex-mayor and ultimate spokesperson for Las Vegas, and spend some time following this charismatic gentleman to his appointments and engagements. Finally, taking a helicopter ride out of the city for the day to fly over, and land in, the Grand Canyon is spect.

12:00 Globe Trekker

Antarctica (/GBR, 2011 56') Presented by Zay Harding Bording 60 foot yacht The Spirit of Sydney, Zay Harding embarks on his epic journey to Antarctica. He is greeted by clear blue skies when he goes sea kayaking, but is also forced to face the effects of global warming first-hand; glacier break offs creating dangerous ocean swells in front of him every few minutes. Next, he gets up close and personal with penguins, discovering that all you have to do is sit still and watch as their amazing daily ritual unfolds. Back on board Zay sails on to the UK historic site Port Lockroy to delve into the iconic story of Scott and Amundsen's race for the South Pole and he also gets a glimpse into what life is like for scientists working in the Antarctic. In a fearless attempt he even takes a stab at ice-climbing on Mount Scott, but deep crevasses make his trip too hazardous to complete. And if that wasn't enough he still has 1,000 kms ahead of him on his way back to the South American mainland, via the most perilous stretch of water in the world.

13:00 Indian Times

Kolkata, Guawahati, Darjeeling (USA) Exploring Kolkata, the city of joy, Julian searches for conspiracy theories in the secret world of Indian Freemasonry. He struggles in the city's sweltering 45 degree heat before heading to the far north east to eat the world's hottest chili, in an effort to make matters worse, no doubt. Following the path of goddess Kali, he attends a goat sacrifice in her honour. Julian then goes on to the city in the clouds, Darjeeling, to look for some contemplative peace and quiet, only to awake to an assassination right outside his hotel window.

14:00 The Path to Shaolin

CAN, 2009 60'. Presented by Timothy Mrazek Canadian Tim Mrazek starts an extraordinary journey leading him to the Shaolin Temple in China - the birthplace of Kung Fu and Zen Buddhism - to become a 32nd generation Shaolin Warrior Monk. Tim has studied for years under 31st generation Shaolin lay monk Master Chi Wai Lee, whose connection to Shaolin Temple goes back over three hundred years. But the pull of East and West has changed many things at the Shaolin Temple, more than either can expect.

15:00 Third Class Traveller

Istanbul (GBR 60') Julian's third-class travel in Turkey is also his toughest. Turkey's capital, Istanbul, turns out to be a city as divided as the two continents it sits upon. Staying with two very modern women he embarks on a quest to find the extreme side to the city; discovering a sexy world of risqué cabaret and the underground punk scene. Also on Julian's list of highlights are getting threatened with beheading, vomiting in the streets and getting beaten up by a 4-year-old boy.

16:00 Globe Trekker

Turkey (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Independent travellers offer their thoughts on the sights, sounds, histories and traditions they encounter in a variety of worldwide destinations. Today Justine Shapiro is in Turkey where she begins her trip at Ephesus, once a powerful Roman city, now a popular tourist destination. She moves onto Fethiye and boards a yacht for Olympos to see the mythical Chimera - the eternal flames. After relaxing in a Turkish bath, she heads off to a wedding, and later learns the finer points of Turkish rug - buying.

17:00 The World's Greatest Motorcycle Rides

Australia Pt1 (GBR) Henry Cole climbs aboard his Harley Davidson Street Glide to brave the Friday night Sydney rush hour traffic and head 520 miles south west to Melbourne. Along the way he gets the low down on riding in Australia, visits the coolest chopper shop in Oz, flies upside down in a world war two Chinese war plane, comes into contact with the indigenous wildlife and meets the first of many real life Australian characters. As for the riding, almost immediately the roads are sublime especially the famous Black Spur Road that leads down to the start of The Great Ocean Road in Apollo Bay.

18:00 Secrets of Ancient China

USA, 2003 60'. China's history stretches back to 2205BC and the Xia Dynasty, and despite the many changes that the country has seen over the millennia, its rich heritage makes it the number one tourist destination in Asia. This one-hour special includes visits to the Forbidden City, built in the 15th century, the amazing 5,000km-long Great Wall, the Terracotta Army at Xi'an, the astonishing 3rd century BC burial site of the first emperor to unite China - Qin Shi Huang Ti, the extraordinary 14th century Temple of Heaven and the colourful Chinese Opera.

19:00 Globe Trekker

Tahiti & Samoa (GBR, 2012) Ian Wright's journey starts in Tahiti, where his first task is to judge the Mr.Tahiti contest. His island hopping continues in Bora Bora, where he goes for an underwater reef walk, and meets "Shark Man", who takes him out to get 'up- close-and-personal' with some of his 'finny' mates. Continuing on, Ian flies to Western Samoa, goes fishing, meets a tattoo artist, and partakes of a huge feast and dance. His final island destinations are the Marquesas, where he treks through the mountains to join villagers in a traditional wild boar hunt. The end of his journey culminates back in Tahiti for the Heiva festival, which includes canoe racing, fire walking, and dancing - a perfect end to a trip in paradise

20:00 Going South

Look Back (GBR 30') We take a look back over the 27,000kms covered by our two teams of cyclists. Looking at what inspirational designs to help protect the environment they have seem throughout their journeys.

20:30 Travel Today

February (GBR, 2012) In a programme packed with travel updates, Mike McClean discovers his outdoor spirit in Nova Scotia and the Amalfi Coast seduces Gareth Davis. There is a report from beautiful Barbados and Jonathan Beaumont cruises on the brand new super ship, Oasis of the Seas. 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.

21:00 Inside Luxury Travel with Varun Sharma

Mumbai (GBR) Varun Sharma gives us an insight into the colourful city of Mumbai where his first "home" is a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel, before visiting Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya - a Museum dating back to 1906 which houses over 60,000 artefacts. Varun then moves to the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel which overlooks the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. Later the resident astrologer does a personal astrological reading for Varun and predicts his lifetime path as "written in the stars". Varun finally heads to Mani Bhavan, a memorial museum to Mahatma Gandhi. At a local Hindu Temple Varun meets with the Head Priest where he discovers some symbols of Hinduism.

22:00 Cruising the Amazon

GBR 60'. Ben Hull travels to Peru's Amazon region, where his first port of call is Iquitos, a town with no connecting roads and where he finds the frenetic pace of life as intoxicating as the heat and humidity. From there Ben embarks on an epic five day trip deep into the mighty rainforest on cruise ship Aria. With his trusted Natural Guides for support Ben explores the wildlife, meets the indigenous people, fishes for piranhas and even wrestles a Caiman out of the water. It's a once in a life time voyage into one of the planet's true natural wonders.

23:00 Globe Trekker

Panama/Columbia (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Presenter Megan McCormick heads to one of the most challenging countries for travellers in the world, Columbia, and explores the culture and people of neighbouring Panama.Starting her journey in Panama city, she visits a market to buy the famous Panama hat and taste some local street food, before heading out to see the notorious Panama canal. She then takes a flight to the remote San Blas Archipelago to visit an ancient tribe, the Kuna, where she learns how to make molas, partakes in a kuna ritual and stays with a traditional kuna family. Next stop is the vibrant capital of Columbia, Bogota. She checks into a famous travellers hostal, the Platypus and chats to some travellers to get an idea of the hazards and precautions of travelling Columbia. She tastes some local Tamales and even a local speciality of the season - fried ants! On a more serious note, we find out about the Columbian political situation on a visit to a military base and visit the police museum.

00:00 Planet Sports

Indonesia (USA 60') In Indonesia, Manuel Herrero discovers some unusual sports which are deeply rooted in the multifarious and colourful local culture. The trip starts in Java; at a Koranic school where boys and girls learn the traditional martial art of Pencak Silat together. On Madura, Manuel finds himself behind the scenes at the bull races which are the pride of a nation. After stopping off in the north of Sulawesi, where remote fishermen play Sepak Takraw, a kind of acrobatic tennis, Manuel heads to Bali. Here, in a jungle gymnasium in the company of temperamental mud-wrestlers, Manuel discovers the unseen facets of these lands.

01:00 Inside Luxury Travel with Varun Sharma

Mumbai (GBR) Varun Sharma gives us an insight into the colourful city of Mumbai where his first "home" is a suite at the Four Seasons Hotel, before visiting Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya - a Museum dating back to 1906 which houses over 60,000 artefacts. Varun then moves to the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel which overlooks the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. Later the resident astrologer does a personal astrological reading for Varun and predicts his lifetime path as "written in the stars". Varun finally heads to Mani Bhavan, a memorial museum to Mahatma Gandhi. At a local Hindu Temple Varun meets with the Head Priest where he discovers some symbols of Hinduism.

02:00 Secrets of Ancient China

USA, 2003 60'. China's history stretches back to 2205BC and the Xia Dynasty, and despite the many changes that the country has seen over the millennia, its rich heritage makes it the number one tourist destination in Asia. This one-hour special includes visits to the Forbidden City, built in the 15th century, the amazing 5,000km-long Great Wall, the Terracotta Army at Xi'an, the astonishing 3rd century BC burial site of the first emperor to unite China - Qin Shi Huang Ti, the extraordinary 14th century Temple of Heaven and the colourful Chinese Opera.

03:00 Indian Times

Goa, Bangalore, Kerala (USA) Diving right into the party scene of Goa, Julian tries his best to make an impression on a dance floor full of Miss India contestants - with disastrous results. He also meets legendary 'Eight Finger' Eddie, the 85-year-old credited with kick-starting the Goa hippy scene in the 60's. Next up, the fearless host takes a driving lesson on the chaotic roads of Bangalore, gets into a cage full of ferocious dogs and helps out at an L.A style pet spa where he gives a 'gay' dog a makeover. And there's more, after crashing a Hindu wedding he sets out to learn an ancient martial art in Kerala.

04:00 Globe Trekker

Panama/Columbia (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Presenter Megan McCormick heads to one of the most challenging countries for travellers in the world, Columbia, and explores the culture and people of neighbouring Panama.Starting her journey in Panama city, she visits a market to buy the famous Panama hat and taste some local street food, before heading out to see the notorious Panama canal. She then takes a flight to the remote San Blas Archipelago to visit an ancient tribe, the Kuna, where she learns how to make molas, partakes in a kuna ritual and stays with a traditional kuna family. Next stop is the vibrant capital of Columbia, Bogota. She checks into a famous travellers hostal, the Platypus and chats to some travellers to get an idea of the hazards and precautions of travelling Columbia. She tastes some local Tamales and even a local speciality of the season - fried ants! On a more serious note, we find out about the Columbian political situation on a visit to a military base and visit the police museum.

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