Gavin reaches his journey's end - the city of Istanbul at the end of Europe and the beginning of Asia, where the old Orient Express service terminated.
Guerilla filmmakers Douglas Bridgeman and Jamie Catto venture this time to Mali, Hawaii, Mexico, Iceland and Los Angeles to find truth and musical harmony. The theme for this episode is wounded, how hurts inflicted on us as children shape our behaviour as adults and the amazing power memories have over us.
Pria takes us to the country nestled on a spectacular limestone monolith, known as the 'Meeting Place of Continents': Gibraltar.
Gavin crosses Romania. His first stop is Transylvania and the town of Sighisoara which was the home of bloodthirsty tyrant Vlad the Impaler upon whom the character of Dracula was based.
A poignant and emotional time capsule of humanity at its most inspirational, told over seven episodes by two guerrilla filmmakers, Duncan Bridgeman and Jamie Catto as they travel the world. The pair, armed only with a laptop and video camera, gather the thoughts and work of the world's musicians, thinkers and diverse multi-cultural characters in seven different themes, and combine their musical collaborations and soul-searching conversations with stunning imagery.
In Buenos Aires, Pria checks out the culture of the Argentinian people - who are made up of an interesting mix of European cultures - and finds out what makes them tick.
As Francesco and the crew enter Greek waters, the boat is making fast headway but disaster strikes and they limp into the next port, the island of Corfu.
Pria travels the ancient biblical highways to one of the world's oldest countries - and yet it is, simultaneously, one of its youngest: Israel. At the heart of Israeli culture is the kibbutz. "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs", was their creed. A noble socialist sentiment, but how have they fared in today's world, a world of individualism and consumerism?
Gavin takes a detour off the old Orient Express route to visit Bosnia and Serbia.
For most of us Provence conjures up lazy afternoons in the sunshine with a chilled glass of wine, fields of aromatic herbs, lavender, sage and rosemary and the glamorous beaches of Cannes or St.Tropez. But this stunningly beautiful documentary takes us on a journey few tourists have discovered, showing us the real wild heart of Provence. From the rocky, limestone terrain of the north where Chamois graze on plants on perilous cliffs to the wetlands in the south where the river Rhone meets the Mediterranean.
On the next step of his sea voyage, Francesco is sailing into the Bay of Kotor where Venetian sailors knew they were leaving safe waters for the dangers of pirates and the ships of rival powers.
The French Riviera, playground of the rich and famous, is a place where one needs deep pockets and a fat wallet. Pria takes on the character of Templeton, a well to do businessman on his annual sybaritic leave in the little village of Ramatuelle, in the hills above St Tropez.
Istanbul - just mention the name and a cornucopia of images flood the mind: vast empires, grand palaces and mosques, narrow souks and the Bosphorus. Pria soaks his senses in Turkish history, Ottoman cuisine and local wine before heading to the mountains to refresh and replenish the soul with the good folk of Aydar - a tiny alpine village that could be mistaken for chocolate-box Switzerland except for the huge mosque in the middle of it.
Gavin twitches back the Iron Curtain and crosses into the former Soviet Bloc. First stop is Bratislava, capital of Slovakia where Gavin walks in the footsteps of Napoleon and sees how town planners are ruining the city.
Pria finds himself speeding through the streets of New York with hack poet-cum-cabdriver, T. Butler Gerber.
Conditions at sea are turning rough as Francesco continues his journey, sailing from Venice to Istanbul. The coastline is stunning but he cannot avoid the scars of war that followed hard on the collapse of Yugoslavia.
Jump aboard as Pria Viswalingam takes his own quirky ride around this most famous of seas. Morocco, a surprising land of sun, surf, sand, and even snow is a moderate Islamic country caught between two worlds. It is trying to hold onto its past while trying to accommodate the winds of economic and social globalisation that are sweeping the world.
Francesco da Mosto and the crew have hit the open sea and are heading down the Croatian coast. The hard life of a working sailor is creating some problems for our doughty presenter but he's learning the ropes as best he can. His first challenge is to scale the heights of the main mast to hang the Venetian flag aloft. In spite of his best attempt to hide it, it's a terrifying ordeal.
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