It is a few days before Francesco da Mosto sets out on the biggest adventure of his life - sailing from Venice to Istanbul - retracing the trade routes of his ancestors in a sailing clipper from the 19th century. But before he leaves his home in Venice there is research to do for the voyage, new skills to acquire - not least gaining the respect of the crew of The White Swan with whom he will spend the next few months in cramped quarters and sometimes dangerous situations as he visits the greatest treasures of the Mediterranean.
On the last leg of their journey, Bruce interviews actor Jo Turner in Adelaide, helping him make the decision to combine his law studies with his great passion: acting. Next, in Roxby Downs they interview John Read, whose work with mining companies and indigenous communities is transforming degraded desert by ridding it of introduced flora and fauna. At Uluru, the last interview of the journey is with inspirational Aboriginal elder Bob Randall, whose intensely moving story provokes a strong reaction in Brynn and she is invited to come and work with the community at Mutijulu.
Focuses on Spain's amazing city of Barcelona. The inhabitants of Barcelona are Spanish but first they are Catalans. The area around the city of Barcelona is almost a country within a country. They have their own language, their own culture and their own problems, while some of the famed eccentrics of the 20th century, like architect Gaudi and artist Dali, have called it home.
In the final episode Tides of Change we journey along the 14,500 kilometre coastline of China which harbours 5,000 years of history. We travel from Shanghai, China's financial capital, to traditional seaweed-thatched villages. We meet the Keija tea growers of Fujian Province's granite mountains, and delve deep into Hong Kong's deep-water harbour - China's foremost bird sanctuary and the home of the world's last remaining White Dolphins.
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