Pria Viswalingam journeys to Kenya and meets the four main groups of people who live there: the Bantu-speaking majority; the Indians, who control the economy; the remnants of the white planters and the Nilots, or Nomadic tribes, which include the legendary Masai.
Tyler Florence explores the delicacies of central Italy - the land of cheese, wine and pasta.
In Tunisia Pria visits local artist Hedi Turki in the picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said, the bustling souks of the Medina in Tunis; and the domain of the Berbers - about 500kms from Tunis, around Matmata and Tataouine.
Our cook, Ben O'Donoghue, kicks off his Moroccon culinary journey in Casablanca.
Pria continues his tour of Ireland. Ireland's recent history has been underscored by mass emigration. Millions have been forced to leave for a better life else where. Things have changed, and many are returning to discover that, after all, grass may be greener in Ireland.
From the unspoilt rural village atmosphere of Ubin Island, to suburban homes, from high rise corporate offices to Chinese temples, from home cooked recipes to cosmopolitan night-time revelry on Boat Quay, Pria talks to a diverse cross-section of Singaporeans.
The ninth of the acclaimed A Fork in the Road series travels to eight countries around the Mediterranean. From the grandeur of Venice, a sinking city with a sinking population, to a tanner's family in the ancient city of Fez in Morocco, to the hedonistic delights of a sultry summer in the south of France, Pria takes us a on a unique journey.
Pria tours Ireland. Ireland's recent history has been underscored by mass emigration. Millions were forced to leave for a better life elsewhere. Now, things have changed, with many returning to discover that, after all, the grass may be greener in Ireland.
Our cook, Padma Lakshmi, embarks on an adventure through Southern India.
Follow our cook's journey through a chosen destination. On route they learn about staple foods, the history and culture of the food and where to find the best restaurants.
Pria visits Spain's Seville and Cadiz, taking a look at Flamenco dancing, lifestyle, food and bullfighting.
Every year at Easter, more then 50 family and friends descend on the banks of the Murray River for a weekend of camping and fun. What makes this vacation so special is that these people and their families have been coming to the same spot since 1969. Happy Easter is an intimate documentary that looks at how 14 German migrants, determined to retain the traditions of their homeland and adapt them to Australian culture, created a new ritual that would continue for 39 years.
Archival footage reveals the bus journey Charles Perkins and other Indigenous civil rights activists took in the 1965 Freedom Ride from Sydney to western NSW.
Pria explores Malaysia, his birthplace, visiting Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur.
Pria experiences the contrast of the bustling city of Marseilles, where he meets a Tunisian rock singer, and visits the latest cyber-cafe.
Tonight Pria visits Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and, as always, the emphasis is on meeting the locals. Throughout, the Portuguese culture has stayed alive as a relic to the past.
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