In this episode, the foursome go to London for a long weekend. Sam can speak the language but is a bit confused by the geography. Sascha finds a good-looking English boyfriend and Sam ends up dancing with the elderly waitress.
Sascha and Anna share an apartment in Berlin. Their lives are complicated with the arrival of a mystery guest, Sam from America. Nic, who lives opposite the girls, finds out about Sam’s background - but tries to keep it a secret.
A final look at places visited & some of the people spoken to throughout the series. Also a trip via the 12th century town of baschi & the Tiber valley, to Todi, one of the loveliest medieval towns in Italy where they make reproduction antique furniture.
A tour through typical Etruscan country in southern Tuscany & northern Latium takes us to Sorano, Bolsena & Volsinii, & to Civita di Bagnoregio, a tiny cathedral town perched upon a continuously eroding rock.
Orvieto is one of the oldest cities in Italy, going back to early Etruscan times. The Etruscan burial sites at the base of the rock on which the city stands & the small collection in the Museo Faina are fascinating and revealing.
Two orvieto artists are featured in the program : a painter whose work reflects the three years he spent during the war in Buchenwald and a classical ballet dancer who runs her own school in the town
A revision progam in which we listen again to some of the people we met & spoke to in the last few programs. We also meet an elderly lady who makes beautiful lace & the young organist of orvieto cathedral.
For this program we visit an old people's home - a charitable institution which also owns a tobacco plantation. In the home the aim is to create a family atmosphere & to provide the care & attention old people need.
This program looks at just a few of the cooperatives that abound in orvieto, a restaurant, a cattle farm,a fishing cooperative, an architect's office, a tourist agency & a children's playgroup. We ask who did what,when, how
Most orvieto wine is produced by small family concerns with traditions that go back generations. This program is about how the vineyards are cared for the grapes harvested & the wine produced, & how much wine the growers themselves drink in a day!
How to ask someone if they can do something for you : give you a discount, change money, check the oil.
Some more revision to remind us what we've learnt, done and seen to date
More revision. About festivals and feast days and what happens where and when.
About eating out and ordering a meal for yourself and others
How to ask for a room at a hotel and ask if you can, or are allowed to , do something
Asking how to get somewhere, what you have to do and finding out what there is to see when you arrive.
About travelling, asking about departure and arrival times, asking people about the number of hours they work and when they take their holidays.
Some revision and about the number of foreign languages the local people learn to speak.
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