Chef Ramsay journeys from the coast to the mountains of southern India, to unlock the complex flavours of the spice capital of the world.
In Istanbul, Monty is dazzled by tulips. In India, he discovers the spirituality of tomb gardens. Back home, he discovers the influence that paradise gardens have had on royal gardens and public spaces.
Chef Ramsay journeys deep into the wild South American rainforest to hunt, fish and explore the culinary roots of Guyanese cooking.
Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city. She finds a nation caught between the demands of a hi-tech future and the pull of a traditional past.
Chef Ramsay risks his safety and his pride to acquire the ingredients needed to go up against Indonesia's top chef, William Wongso.
Monty turns to the French love of food and finds out how this has influenced their gardens.
During a visit to Los Angeles, James contrasts the lifestyles of Beverly Hills, Sunset Strip and Venice Beach. Also: interviews with Dudley Moore and Kirstie Alley; and visits with a personal fitness trainer, a plastic surgeon and a hairpiece designer.
Monty explores the extraordinary scenery of the west coast of America. He begins his journey in Arizona where he learns about cacti and marvels at the sight of them in the desert and in private gardens.
Chef Ramsay braves the dangerous swamps and marshes of Louisiana on his quest to learn the secrets of Cajun cooking from celebrated chef Eric Cook.
British garden lover Monty Don travels through France showcasing and explaining the history behind some of that country's well known gardens as well as some new and unknown ones.
Monty goes South to explore gardens of early independent America and learns how the history of this part of the country is still very much evident in the places and people he meets.
Chef Ramsay gets up close to nature in the dramatic wilderness of South Africa as he learns the secrets of the traditional cuisine of Zulu warriors.
What is an American garden? Is there such a thing and if so what does it look like? First Monty Don travels from Missouri to Chicago and then across to New York and Philadelphia.
Monty Don returns to Japan in autumn to continue his journey through Japanese gardens. This time he explores stroll gardens and how the Japanese bring nature into their modern lives.
From diving for lobsters in shark-infested waters to fly-fishing for trout, Gordon gets a full adventure before facing off against Analiese Gregory.
Gordon Ramsay travels to the Alaskan Panhandle in mid-winter to learn survival skills from locals, and discover Alaskan cuisine.
Monty Don travels to Japan in spring to trace the history of Japanese gardens from early boating gardens, through Buddhist temples and Zen gardens, right up to a modern tea house.
Joanna kicks off her adventure in Havana. She takes a tour around the city, visits the small town of Hershey, Che Guevara's tomb, Fidel Castro's hometown, which is preparing for the 60th anniversary of the Great Revolution.
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