Chef Gordon Ramsay travels to the Island of Maui to explore the secrets of Hawaiian cuisine along the rugged Hana coastline.
Chef Ramsay travels to the remote corners of New Zealand's South Island on an adventure to discover the secrets of Maori cuisine.
Deep in Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains, chef Ramsay embarks on an epic adventure to unlock the secrets of the Berber cuisine.
High in Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas, chef Ramsay is a man on a mission, travelling by motorbike to unlock the secrets of high-altitude cuisine.
Benjamin's workaholic dad Danny is part of a 300-year-old tradition of Chinese seeking their fortunes in Australia. He recalls his early business development days in Queensland during the post-White Australia Policy Whitlam era.
Benjamin and mum Jenny look for the ties of blood that bind China and Australia today and have kept its people at odds in the past. They travel from Caloundra to Canton in search of mysterious family roots.
Simon Reeve embarks on the first leg of his epic four-part journey around the Mediterranean. At the centre of this great sea, and surrounded by crystal clear waters is Simon's first stop: the beautiful island of Malta. Driven by a surge of tourists, modern day Malta is booming. But beneath the picture postcard image lies a country accused of being a haven for money-laundering and organised crime, where journalists can be murdered by car bombs.
Julia explores Russia and Ukraine's culinary delights, from well known traditional dishes to modern fusion cuisine. Julia tours a market in Kherson, searching for quintessential flavours, sampling as she shops. She then heads to Russia's most exclusive restaurant, Cafe Pushkin, to taste their take on Russia's most famous soup: borsch. With more unique flavours found in a supermarket's potato chip aisle, she decides to find the genuine article, tasting flame-cooked skewered meat known as shashlik. She then discovers a fusion of international flavours at Kyiv's exclusive restaurant Tampopo.
Julia explores Kherson, a town in regional Ukraine still largely unchanged since Soviet times, then visits tourist playground Odessa. Julia takes a look around Kherson, a working-class town in southern Ukraine. It's old and crumbling, unlike the postcard-friendly scenes of Kyiv.
Julia discovers Ukraine's traditional culture, and revisits her own origins. Julia explores the quirkier side of Kyiv, discovering its wide-reaching cultural influences in its food and landmarks. But to really learn about Ukraine's cultural heritage, she attends the Pirogovo Folk Festival at a large-scale outdoor museum. She enjoys traditional Ukrainian singing, dancing, music, and arts and crafts, and chats to an eccentric festival volunteer.
Julia visits a monastery famous for its artists-in-residence, and learns about the changing role of women in Ukrainian society. Julia visits the Lavra Caves Monastery, Kyiv's major tourist attraction, where she meets several artists in residence. She sits for a portrait in traditional dress, learns about paintings used for worship, and discovers the challenges of creating art in a commercial world.
Julia learns about the Orange Revolution and the ongoing social issues in Ukraine. Julia returns to the city of her birth, Kiev. She begins her homecoming by touring its picturesque streets and markets with her tour guide, Valentina.
On this episode, Neil gets his first glimpse ever of a live volcano with its lunar landscape, steaming vents and bubbling mud pools and discovers the sombre story behind the failed attempts of sulphur mining. Marine Archaeologist Matt Carter discovers a tale of tragedy, treasure and treachery down on Mahia Peninsula. Geologist Hamish Campbell digs for new science and examines why the East Cape is the hotspot to study a great unknown - how to predict earthquakes and tsunamis. Marine Biologist Jacky Geurts hunts down apostles from Gisborne's Age of Aquarius. Riria Hotere steps out of her comfort zone and into the wonderful world of bees to find out the difference between a five-dollar pot of honey and a $150 pot of honey. And Neil reflects on the sublime joys of the wild and wonderful in the clear waters of Tatapouri Bay, by partaking in a thrilling stingray feeding routine.
Julia explores the challenges of doing business in post-Soviet Moscow and visits Russia's weekend retreat: the dacha. Julia is now in Russia's capital, a megalopolis of 12 million people. She attends a party for Grazia magazine, a glamorous event filled with celebrities.
Julia explores the USSR's origin in the city formerly known as Leningrad, which was the site of the October Revolution, and also discovers St Petersburg's musical side. Julia arrives in Russia, her first time back in the former USSR since leaving as a child. Her first stop is St Petersburg, Russia's second largest city. It's considered its most beautiful, and Julia's impressions support this claim.
Neil and the team examine creativity and the art of reinvention along Tasmania's northern coast and offshore islands. Neil collects some of the cleanest air in the world in the name of science. On King Island, he examines the worst maritime disaster in the history of Australia before swinging back onto the mainland for a round of golf on a legendary links course. Emma Johnston joins a scientific team on Albatross Island to track the magnificent bird for which the island is named. Alice Garner examines the changing fortunes of industrial Burnie. And Tim Flannery follows in the footsteps of a legendary scientist at Fossil Bluff.
An aerial exploration of China's vast interior, revealing the people who live in some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet.
Levison travels from Armenia towards the Caspian Sea, where his journey will end. Travelling via the ancient valley of the assassins, he reaches Iran's capital, Tehran.
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