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tiistai 20.3.2012

05:00 Planet Food

Singapore /Chennai Pocket Guide (GBR, 2012) The popular food and travel series, Planet Food, returns and in this episode we visit Singapore. Each episode of Planet Food follows a chef with a taste for travel on a culinary journey through a region renowned for the richness and diversity of their food. Along the way they meet knowledgeable and entertaining characters who initiate them into the local diet and customs. As well as sampling delicious dishes and local specialities our food loving hosts prepare mouth watering meals and get involved in rituals and celebrations involving food.

06:00 Glutton for Punishment

Chinese Dumpling Competition (/CAN, 2010 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Bob Blumer heads to a popular Chinese dumpling restaurant in Vancouver where screaming chefs slam out thousands of dumplings a day. He'll have five days to learn how to make the most difficult one -xialongbao (soup dumpling) - a dumpling with a complex filling and twenty-four intricate folds. Later Bob goes head-to-head against Dim Sum Pros in a Dumpling Making Competition at the Night Market in Richmond, BC. They have five minutes to roll and fold the dumplings, steam them and serve them to the judging panel. Does Bob have what it takes or will he end up crying in his soup?

06:30 Going South

Mexico and Bolivia (GBR 30') After 125 days of cycling Alex and Fin are almost at the Mexican border. In Mexico City we are investigating ways of reducing the CO2 emissions of air travel and witnessing the efforts of KLM researchers who look for new fuels and ways of making aircrafts more energy efficient. Asa and Javier are crossing the Bolivian border while in Santa Catarina, Brazil José Alcino Alano, a strong supporter of alternative energy sources, shows how he has managed to help supply schools, universities, government buildings and houses with hot water using PET bottles and Tetra cartons as water boilers.

07:00 Globe Trekker

The Transatlantic Slave Trade (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti In this Globe Trekker Special, Zoe Palmer, Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, and Megan McCormick, travel throughout Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, & North and South America, discovering the terrible truth about this shameful episode of history, which saw 12 million slaves taken out of Africa, and 2 million killed. All along the West African coast, from the C15th onwards, dozens of European forts were built to house captured slaves, before they were shipped across the Atlantic to the Americas. Justine Shapiro is at Ouidah in Benin, Megan McCormick travels to Elmina in Ghana, whilst Zoe Palmer visits Goree Island in Senegal, as well as the Cape Verde islands just off the African coast.We visit sugar and cotton plantations formerly worked by slaves in the Caribbean, and the United States - Ian Wright travels to Jamaica and the Turks & Caicos Islands, Zoe Palmer visits St Lucia and Guadeloupe, whilst Megan McCormick and Justine Shapiro are at former slave plantations in the United States.

08:00 Australia's Great Wildlife Isles

GBR, 2012. Presenter Greg Grainger takes a very close swim with manta rays and whales, tracks endangered seals and kangaroos and watches birds that fly backwards. Four of Australia's 20 thousand islands have been selected for this one hour special, all with an abundance of wildlife. On the southern-most tip of the greatest coral reef in the world, the Great Barrier Reef, the remarkable coral cay of Lady Eliot Island is home to big colonies of sea birds, manta rays, turtles and humpback whales.The star of Kangaroo Island is a sub-species of kangaroos, as well as koalas in plague proportions and endangered sea lions. Sanctuaries like idyllic Lord Howe Island feature with its plentiful colonies of birds, such as the endemic endangered Lord Howe Island Woodhen, and the Red-tailed Tropicbird, with its fancy courting rituals. Finally, there's the extremes of the sub-Antarctic on Macquarie Island, with huge colonies of colourful king penguins and enormous elephant seals.

09:00 Travel Today

March (GBR, 2012) In this month's show Danny Robbins, despite being a little old for sleepovers, attends a 24 hour Buddhist one during a Temple stay in South Korea. There is a report on the sandy shores and colourful culture of beautiful Barbados and Gareth Davis heads to Istanbul, recently voted Capital of Culture, to see what all the fuss is about. 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 Essential

Georgia (GBR) Sarah Cawood heads into the heart of the Caucasus Mountains in this thrilling journey across Georgia. This small republic may have only recently gained independence from the old Soviet Union, but its history dates back millennia. Sarah's journey begins in the capital, Tbilisi, before driving East into wine country. This is where wine is said to have been invented and Sarah is hosted at a traditional 'Supra' or feast. Sarah then travels west into the High Caucasus, this is the rugged spine of the country where traditions and customs have changed little over the centuries. Lastly, Sarah samples to the Black Sea coast and gets to dips her toes in Georgians' favourite place to holiday, Batumi.

10:00 Planet Food

Southern Mexico (GBR, 2012) Tyler Florence heads south to find the real heart and soul of Mexican cuisine. The country has a number of regional variations and Tyler starts in Mexico City, once the culinary gateway between Europe and the America's. He explores the markets and discovers just how hot chillies can get! A quick sip of tequila takes him to the cactus heartland of Oaxaca where he finds out how tequila's sister drink, mescal is made. Chocolate is another favourite of all Mexicans and in the beautiful city of Puebla, Tyler learns how to prepare the national dish, Mole, turkey with chocolate sauce.

11:00 Flavours of Greece

The Dodecanese & Eastern Aegean (GBR 30') Charlie Ottley visits the legendary island of Lesbos and takes a steamy dip in one of the islands marine hot springs near Mithymna. He is then shown the tricks of making Ouzo and gets an insight into mastic production, before finding himself in the middle of a traditional Easter firework war.

11:30 Going South

Zamora, Mexico and Chile (GBR 30') Fin & Alex reach central America while in Guatemala, we find out more about the importance of water purification, being introduced to a simple device created in 1981 by Guatemalan scientist Fernando Mazariego which is now used in over 14 countries. Asa & Javier make a short stop in the town of Huasco, Chile; part of the Chilean dry lands. Water shortage is a problem it has managed to overcome with help of architects Alberto Fernandez Gonzalez and Susana Valeria Ortega Gomez, who succeeded in designing a 650 feet mist towers to collect valuable moisture from the low rise fog. Thursday.

12:00 Globe Trekker

New Zealand 2 (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti Ian Wright and Zay Harding visit New Zealand to discover more of its magic. Our hosts discover why New Zealand's Maori name is both romantic and apt - Aotearoa, meaning 'land of the long white cloud'. It's a land of unspoilt landscapes and immense natural beauty, with its beautiful extremes of rainforests and reefs, glaciers and volcanoes. They meet Maori warriors and watch canoe races, see first hand the stunning locations for the Lord of the Rings films, dabble in extreme sports in Queenstown, go trekking in the glacial Mount Cook national park and the Milford Track, relax in the hot springs of Great Barrier island and take part in a sheep sheering contest at Masterton.

13:00 Planet Food

Brazil (GBR, 2012) Brazil offers a host of different culinary experiences, as Merilees Parker discovers when she starts her journey in the Afro-influenced coastal city of Salvador. Capital of the state of Bahia, Salvador's mixture of European culture and its heavy use of meat means the area offers huge barbecues. Merilees gets to try a few before finishing her journey in the party capital of Rio De Janeiro

14:00 Cruising to the Northern Lights

GBR 60'. Kim Hartman tries out her first ever cruise by joining the Saga Pearl II on its inaugural cruise from Southampton to Norway in a quest to see the Northern Lights. First port of call is Bergen, Norway's second city and known as the Gateway to the Fjords, before a visit to Bryggen, a collection of waterfront houses dating back to the 1700s and finally heading for the Northern Lights on a dog-sledge. Will Kim get to see one of the world's greatest natural wonders?

15:00 Tall Ship Explorers

La Boudeuse autour du monde. The Jarangas Archipelago (FRA, 2007 60') Directed by Patrice Franceschi After a difficult crossing of the Java Sea, La Boudeuse weighs anchor at the heart of the archipelago of the Sunda Islands to meet the Badjao. Living in huts on piles or in their "jarangas" (outrigger boats) the Badjao continue, as their ancestors did, to live exclusively from the produce of the sea. However, they have finally become sedentary. Unlike the families of fishermen who live in poverty trapped in the past, a rich landowner earns a fortune by farming pearl oysters. In the land of the Badjao, a thousand million rupees lie under the sea.

16:00 Globe Trekker

Indian Ocean Islands (/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 paradise islands of Mauritius, Seychelles and Reunion; picture perfect holiday destinations known as the preserve of the rich. Our host discovers, however, that there is much more to these islands than fabulous beaches and crystal clear waters, and it is possible to holiday there on a budget. In the Seychelles Ian snorkels with whale sharks, meets a modern day Robinson Crusoe, takes part in a big game fishing competition and dances the sexy moutia at the annual Creole festival. In Mauritius he tours historic Port Louis, is invited to a hindu wedding and goes to the races. Reunion island delivers up an adrenalin thrill from start to finish as Ian goes canyoning, catches the world paragliding championships and treks to the top of Piton de la Fournaise, the island's active volcano.

17:00 Glutton for Punishment

World Pizza Cup (/CAN 30') Presented by Bob Blumer As the so-called spiritual home of pizza, it's only fitting that Naples should host the annual World Pizza Cup, the largest celebration of pizza acrobatics in the world. Pizzaiolos (pizzamakers) from all over the world compete in categories including Fastest Dough Stretch, Largest Dough and Single Free-Style. In just four days Bob Blumer will have to learn how to roll, toss, stretch and bake pizza, before he goes up against bona fide pizzaiolos as they are being judged by a panel of local experts.

17:30 Flavours of South Africa

The Dutch Heritage (GBR 30') From the slave quarters of the Bo Kaap and super chic Camp's Bay to the wilderness of the great Karoo, Charlie treads in the footsteps of the early Dutch settlers and examines their influence on the food and culture of Modern South Africa. On the way he also kayaks round the infamous Cape of Good Hope and unearths the ancestors to the dinosaurs.

18:00 Planet Food

Southern Mexico (GBR, 2012) Tyler Florence heads south to find the real heart and soul of Mexican cuisine. The country has a number of regional variations and Tyler starts in Mexico City, once the culinary gateway between Europe and the America's. He explores the markets and discovers just how hot chillies can get! A quick sip of tequila takes him to the cactus heartland of Oaxaca where he finds out how tequila's sister drink, mescal is made. Chocolate is another favourite of all Mexicans and in the beautiful city of Puebla, Tyler learns how to prepare the national dish, Mole, turkey with chocolate sauce.

19:00 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.

20:00 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.

21:00 Sophie Grigson In Thailand

Phuket - Pleasures and Purity (GBR 30') Sophie Grigson and her 'country host' Yui continue their trip on the island of Phuket, famous for its beaches, resorts but also sadly the tragic tsunami of 2004. Sophie and Yui retire to Rawai, a fishing community before meeting up with Dr. Richard Cracknell who owns and runs a detox and raw food centre nearby the beach. From there they tour the famous beaches of Patong and Kamala, see the monument to the tsunami, and head to Laem Promthep for sunset. Finally they make their way to the famous family-run restaurant of Tawai. A fitting close to a wonderful day on Phuket.

21:30 Sophie Grigson In The Orient

Country Living - Hong Kong Style (USA 30') It's an early start for Sophie and Wing when they meet Chef Sam Ip at the Fresh Market for a little early produce shopping. They'll meet up later but first Sophie and Wing head out into the New Territories, which is really rural Hong Kong. The Kadoorie family originally from Baghdad are one of the wealthiest families in Hong Kong and own a beautiful organic farm complete with tea plantation. Sophie scrambles among the plants and learns about tea cultivation. They visit the beautiful Wetlands Park with a distant view of an extremely crowded China in the distance. Then they're off to meet Tang Kwai Yin, a living descendant of the Tang dynasty, as she shows them around her ancient family palaces and holdings. This family provided some of the highest mandarins to the Emperors for generations. Sophie and Wing visit the funky seaport of Sai Kung for some incredible seafood and then back to cook a chicken tea dish with Chef Sam.

22:00 Planet Sports

China (USA 60') Millions of Chinese enjoy sports on a daily basis- in schools, parks, factories and temples. Manuel Herrero sets out to discover how ancient meets modern in the world of sports in China. Host of the last Olympic Games, China is also now seeing a renewed interest in the traditional games once forbidden under the communism of Mao. In China, traditions can be dormant, but they do not die! In Wuqiao, the birthplace of traditional Chinese acrobatics, young prodigies work alongside a huge amusement park, a sort of Disneyland of acrobatics. Manuel also heads to the district of Shaolin, where Kung Fu factories have replaced the old monasteries, and finally in Guizhou, south of the country, where the Miao still use huge dragon boat racing as a symbol of their identity. This journey takes a different view on Chinese sports, as if the games may also be used as a looking glass into this constantly evolving nation.

23:00 Globe Trekker

World War 2 (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti In this one-hour Globe Trekker special, traveller Megan McCormick is joined by Ian Wright, Adela Ucar, Justine Shapiro and Estelle Bingham. Together they take viewers on a journey of discovery as they travel to some of World War II's key locations in Europe.Megan begins her journey in a quiet forest in Compiegne in Northern France. It was here that the armistice bringing World War I to an end was signed; many people believe that as the terms were so punitive against Germany this is also where the seeds of World War II were sown.We catch up with Ian Wright in Vienna, the birthplace of Hitler, who tells us about Hitler's early years there. Megan then travels to Nuremberg in Germany. Hitler chose this city as the location for his Nazi Party Rallies in the 1930s that would inspire the German nation to prepare for war.We catch up with Estelle Bingham in Anzio, Italy and Justine Shapiro on the Normandy beaches in France. Our journey ends in Nuremberg, Germany, where Megan visits Courtroom 600.

00:00 Glutton for Punishment

Bagel Roll Off (/CAN, 2010 30') Presented by Bob Blumer Bob Blumer loves bagels, but mastering the art of the hand-rolled Montreal bagel takes time that he does not have. In five short days, Bob has to learn how to make this legendary Montreal staple from start to finish including the toughest skill of the process, hand-rolling perfect bagels. He then goes before the entire team of bakers at the famous St Viateur Bakery, in a challenge to roll 44 bagels in just five minutes. Bob's arms will ache, he'll be wiping sweat from his brow and his reputation will be at stake. Can he rise to the challenge, or will he get toasted?

00:30 Trabant Trek

It's a Christmas Miracle! (GBR 30') It's almost Christmas and Lovie duly shows up at the Laos border with his present for the others; a box of engine parts so they get to work on repairing the cars. One by one, the Trabants start billowing their signature blue smoke, minus Ziggy. Five drivers and two Trabis now continue south for Cambodia. Eager for a party, the boys opt to take a slight detour to the legendary tubing town of Vang Vieng.

01:00 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.

02:00 Sophie Grigson In Thailand

Phuket - Pleasures and Purity (GBR 30') Sophie Grigson and her 'country host' Yui continue their trip on the island of Phuket, famous for its beaches, resorts but also sadly the tragic tsunami of 2004. Sophie and Yui retire to Rawai, a fishing community before meeting up with Dr. Richard Cracknell who owns and runs a detox and raw food centre nearby the beach. From there they tour the famous beaches of Patong and Kamala, see the monument to the tsunami, and head to Laem Promthep for sunset. Finally they make their way to the famous family-run restaurant of Tawai. A fitting close to a wonderful day on Phuket.

02:30 Sophie Grigson In The Orient

Country Living - Hong Kong Style (USA 30') It's an early start for Sophie and Wing when they meet Chef Sam Ip at the Fresh Market for a little early produce shopping. They'll meet up later but first Sophie and Wing head out into the New Territories, which is really rural Hong Kong. The Kadoorie family originally from Baghdad are one of the wealthiest families in Hong Kong and own a beautiful organic farm complete with tea plantation. Sophie scrambles among the plants and learns about tea cultivation. They visit the beautiful Wetlands Park with a distant view of an extremely crowded China in the distance. Then they're off to meet Tang Kwai Yin, a living descendant of the Tang dynasty, as she shows them around her ancient family palaces and holdings. This family provided some of the highest mandarins to the Emperors for generations. Sophie and Wing visit the funky seaport of Sai Kung for some incredible seafood and then back to cook a chicken tea dish with Chef Sam.

03:00 Planet Sports

China (USA 60') Millions of Chinese enjoy sports on a daily basis- in schools, parks, factories and temples. Manuel Herrero sets out to discover how ancient meets modern in the world of sports in China. Host of the last Olympic Games, China is also now seeing a renewed interest in the traditional games once forbidden under the communism of Mao. In China, traditions can be dormant, but they do not die! In Wuqiao, the birthplace of traditional Chinese acrobatics, young prodigies work alongside a huge amusement park, a sort of Disneyland of acrobatics. Manuel also heads to the district of Shaolin, where Kung Fu factories have replaced the old monasteries, and finally in Guizhou, south of the country, where the Miao still use huge dragon boat racing as a symbol of their identity. This journey takes a different view on Chinese sports, as if the games may also be used as a looking glass into this constantly evolving nation.

04:00 Globe Trekker

World War 2 (/GBR, 2012 56') Presented by Ian Wright,Justine Shapiro,Megan McCormick,Estelle Bingham,Neil Gibson,Zay Harding,Katy Haswell,Sami Sabiti In this one-hour Globe Trekker special, traveller Megan McCormick is joined by Ian Wright, Adela Ucar, Justine Shapiro and Estelle Bingham. Together they take viewers on a journey of discovery as they travel to some of World War II's key locations in Europe.Megan begins her journey in a quiet forest in Compiegne in Northern France. It was here that the armistice bringing World War I to an end was signed; many people believe that as the terms were so punitive against Germany this is also where the seeds of World War II were sown.We catch up with Ian Wright in Vienna, the birthplace of Hitler, who tells us about Hitler's early years there. Megan then travels to Nuremberg in Germany. Hitler chose this city as the location for his Nazi Party Rallies in the 1930s that would inspire the German nation to prepare for war.We catch up with Estelle Bingham in Anzio, Italy and Justine Shapiro on the Normandy beaches in France. Our journey ends in Nuremberg, Germany, where Megan visits Courtroom 600.

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