Develop a better understanding of the asylum seekers who now call Australia home, as refugees discuss their new lives Down Under.
Two Tamil children living in a slum go on a quest to find ... pizza, in a vivid portrayal of hope and resourcefulness amid poverty.
Karl's hoping for luxury but Ricky and Steve have other ideas, including an intense Russian steam room rubdown, a stop at a dwarf village, and being buried alive.
Anita gets invited to the set of a huge historical film, which is at the centre of a huge controversy in India. Political and religious groups have been protesting its release, and the director has even received death threats, and she hears the incredible story behind the news headlines from the crew at the heart of it. Next, she heads to a film being shot in Mumbai harbour to meet a pioneer of women's rights in India.
Karl's first 'to do' is a night on a desert island in Vanuatu. Sounds nice enough. Oh, and then there's bungee jumps, some quality time with a Prince Phillip-worshipping tribe and more.
Karl Pilkington finally returns home after seeing the 'Seven Wonders of the World'. Back in Britain, he's quizzed about his travels abroad by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
Karl visits Peru to see his final wonder of the world: Machu Picchu. Before that he mixes with a local tribe that used to be cannibals and then goes on a gruelling hike 8000 feet above sea level.
When Aussie plasterer Scott fell head over heels in love with Ethiopian nanny Eskii, he had no idea how complicated planning their wedding would be. Eskii's parents are insisting she includes as many traditional Ethiopian elements as possible. She's pushed to breaking point trying to keep her family happy whilst making sure Scott feels included in his own wedding. Meanwhile, Greek Australian George always thought he'd marry a Greek girl in an Orthodox Church. Things changed when he met a Malaysian Indian doctor, Ranmeet, a Sikh who dreams of a traditional wedding in a Sikh temple. They understand each other's desire for a religious wedding, so they've found a unique solution - two weddings in two countries! Only glitch - Ranmeet must convert to Greek Orthodox and George must take on a new Sikh name.
Karl goes on a trip to Egypt to see the Great Pyramids. He tries out a traditional Egyptian outfit, experiences Cairo night life, and comes across a restaurant whose staff are all deaf.
The film industry employs more than a quarter of a million people in India, and Anita begins her journey in Mumbai - the home of Bollywood - where the stars tower over the city on enormous murals. She discovers just how important the movies are to everyday people at one of the oldest cinemas in Mumbai, where she quickly finds herself in the middle of a screaming mob as the stars of that night's film make a surprise appearance.
Karl goes to see Chichen Itza in Mexico. Arriving in the middle of the Easter celebrations, Karl witnesses a crucifixion, is forced to do Mexican wrestling, and learn cowboy skills.
A plump, hapless Irishman and his sophisticated Parisian girlfriend get more than they bargained for when they encounter a particularly mischievous stranger in the Australian outback.
The journey to every wedding day brings tears and tension, chaos and compromise. But what happens when two people from vastly different religions and cultures, go down the aisle?
We follow the lives of three young women, Diana, Lida and Vika, who live in the metropolis of St Petersburg and share a goal of finding a husband. But how do you find a man in a country where women by far outnumber men? Psychologist Vladimir Rakovsky has an easy solution. He is a tutor of his own school, and runs highly priced courses. We witness Rakovsky teaching Diana, Lida, and Vika, together with a bunch of other young women, how to seduce a man.
Rob and Steve are back, for six meals in six different places on a road trip through Spain from the North Atlantic to the Mediterranean coast. Steve, now turned 50, is still chasing love - he wants to get back together with his ex-girlfriend Mischa, but she is with another man. Rob's acting career is going from strength to strength, his family life is fulfilling, and he has had another child since Steve last saw him.
Great gatherings on Earth are rituals. Visit the desert, where Burning Man's new rituals fulfil a desire to belong, and Japan, where 2000 men perform a chaotic fire ritual to be renewed.
An Inuit must shoot a seal on sea ice in his rite of passage to become a hunter, and Aboriginal ceremonies pass on respect for fire as we see how rituals help us honour the power of nature. Alternative title: Extraordinary Rituals.
In this emotional final episode, there are celebrations for twins Cody and Bree's fifth birthday, and their first day at school. But it's a bittersweet moment for dad Ricky. He's missed yet another family milestone as he's away on the road trying to make enough money to meet Cody's medical bills. Meanwhile, 45-year-old Rodney is facing eviction from his caravan. His landlord has ordered him to clean up his act, or he's out. Fearing a winter without a roof over his head, Rodney's determined to not only tidy up the place, but get off the drink once and for all.
Initiation rituals are spectacular, with the power to change who you are, from brutal skin cutting in Papua New Guinea to hair plucking in India. Alternative title: Extraordinary Rituals.
Peta and Ricky live in a small town in the Riverina and are parents to five-year-old twins Cody and Bree. Cody also has Dent disease, a chronic kidney condition that also affects his speech and physical development. Cody's condition requires constant medical attention, including regular specialist visits as far away as Sydney and Melbourne. For parents Peta and Ricky, the lack of specialist healthcare in the country - and the cost - is an endless struggle.
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