Pria takes us to the country nestled on a spectacular limestone monolith, known as the 'Meeting Place of Continents': Gibraltar.
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.
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?
An engaging eight-part documentary series that explores how 16 culturally diverse couples cope with their 'big day'.
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.
Major Crime and NSO unite once again as a terror attack looms as a real possibility. Detective Zane Malik uses everything in his power to discover the conspirators and in doing so finally finds out why Agent Angleton was killed.
An engaging eight-part documentary series that explores how 16 culturally diverse couples cope with their 'big day'. As the melting pot bubbles away, many more Australians are choosing to marry outside their ethic background and customs, family and culture become entwined as people fall in love with others from different backgrounds.
Pria finds himself speeding through the streets of New York with hack poet-cum-cabdriver, T. Butler Gerber.
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.
The shooting of Inspector Patricia Wright's brother unites the team at Major Crime. Can they bring the killers to justice? While the detectives gather together to help their boss, a respected transplant surgeon is murdered. And Malik's wife, fed up with his obsession with work, leaves with their children.
When Akmal is killed in prison, Malik is determined to find out the truth behind his murder and the murder of the NSO agent. Going to Canberra with the NSO agent's widow leads Malik to an old foe. But his absence causes problems when the squad investigates a mysterious crossbow killing. And Inspector Wright juggles professional and personal problems, as her own brother is the target of an intended hit.
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.
An ambulance officer is stabbed to death by a kid in an Ice induced rage. When Detective Sonny Koa delivers the death knock, he bonds with the dead man's Maori family. In investigating the Ice racket, the detectives find a link to the stolen arms that killed the NSO agent in a car bomb. But can Malik convince his imprisoned target, Akmal, to help?
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.
Malik works with Agent Skerritt from the NSO to track down the car bomb killers. The prime suspect is a Lebanese businessman, but is he an arms dealer? Malik goes undercover to find out, leaving a gap in the Major Crime detective unit. Also, a murder investigation reveals Chinese student, Jenny, was from a wealthy family. Her parents received ransom demands and paid the money. So why was she killed?
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