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Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.

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aired 5 days ago
Ade Adepitan is in Morocco to find out what happens to working animals in the tourist trade when they can't work anymore. Plus, the African Americans whose old travel stories helped shape a Hollywood film, and a rafting trip near one of the world's highest border crossings.
aired 12 days ago
Carmen Roberts heads to Taiwan where she explores the Chinese treasures on display at Taipei's National Palace Museum.
aired 19 days ago
Blind backpacker Tony Giles treks through Jerusalem and Bethlehem, Palestine, experiencing the world without being able to see it.
VOD available
Mike Corey explores the role of nature on the people of Kazakhstan, including how ancient shamanic beliefs worshiping nature are undergoing a resurgence.
aired 33 days ago
Ade Adepitan takes a look back at a year full of adventure on The Travel Show in this final programme of 2018.
VOD available
The team heads to Scapa Flow in Scotland to join divers taking tourists underwater to explore the wrecks of a scuppered German fleet; archaeologists and chefs in Spain revive an ancient fish sauce long preserved in Roman amphorae.
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Carmen Roberts visits Tainan, the ancient capital of Taiwan, where she explores a fort originally built by Dutch traders in the 17th century, before heading to Kaohsiung.
aired 96 days ago
Christa Larwood takes a musical journey from Oslo to Bergen along one of the world's must stunning rail lines, the Bergensbanen, looking into the roots of Norway's music to get a sense of how its landscapes, culture and society are brought to life.
aired 103 days ago
Christa Larwood explores some of London's best and unusual buildings during Open House weekend. It's purists versus hipsters at the Annual Golden Spurtle World Porridge-Making Championships, plus the team go to the Faroe Islands.
aired 175 days ago
As Mauritius celebrates its 50th year of independence, Rajan Datar travels to this Indian Ocean island to explore the legacy of slavery in Mauritius, to see and taste how multiculturalism works there, and to visit a unique conservation project.
aired 186 days ago
Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.
aired 186 days ago
Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.
aired 189 days ago
Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.
aired 192 days ago
Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.
aired 341 days ago
Exploring new destinations around the globe and uncovering hidden sides to some of the world's favorite holiday hotspots.
aired 355 days ago
Mike Corey visits a Mexican theme park that recreates what it's like to illegally cross the US border; Simon Calder has solutions to all your travel problems; and the team visit the Danish fishing port with a big artistic heritage.
aired 362 days ago
Rajan Datar is in Abu Dhabi exploring both its urban and desert landscapes; on his journey, he visits the new Louvre museum and finds out how traditional local music instruments are being revived.
aired 369 days ago
Joanne Whalley finds out why sinkholes are appearing around the Dead Sea.
aired 376 days ago
Henry Golding travels to the Northern Territory in Australia to hear what the future holds for tourism at the country's most well-known monolith: Uluru.
aired 383 days ago
A blind backpacker is on a mission to explore the globe through touch and sound; Christa is in Paris to take part in an all night festival of lights.
aired 390 days ago
Rajan Datar visits the remote north-east of the country which borders what used to be East Pakistan and is now Bangladesh.

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