Simon Reeve travels down the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Colorado.
Sophie Thomson asks an expert rose pruner to share his techniques, Costa Georgiadis creates a worm hotel. Josh Byrne builds an edible water feature, and Jerry Coleby-Williams learns the A-Z of passionfruit
Simon Reeve begins his most ambitious journey yet - travelling the length of the Americas.
In northwestern Norway, chef Ramsay masters the unforgiving elements and strong Viking traditions as he discovers the secrets of Nordic cuisine.
In a field near the Nepalese hamlet of Gokyo, four men climb into two fragile wicker baskets and pour flame into their hot air balloons. Rising powerfully into the skies, their crafts follow a course towards the highest place on Earth - Everest. For Leo Dickinson and Chris Dewhirst, the cameraman and pilot in one of the balloons, the flight will settle old scores after three previous attempts and several life threatening crashes. Alternative title: Everest by Balloon.
Costa meets an inspiring gardener, Tino Carnevale sows spring crops indoors, Josh Byrne visits a landscape designer. Jane Edmanson visits a stunning garden in Victoria. Millie Ross builds a garden bench.
From the ashes of Australia's devastating bushfires, wildlife survivors begin their long journeys to recovery. Australia's fauna have evolved to coexist with bushfire, but these Black Summer fires were unprecedented in their scale, speed, and intensity.
Chef Ramsay journeys from the coast to the mountains of southern India, to unlock the complex flavours of the spice capital of the world.
In Istanbul, Monty is dazzled by tulips. In India, he discovers the spirituality of tomb gardens. Back home, he discovers the influence that paradise gardens have had on royal gardens and public spaces.
Sue Perkins continues her journey through Kyoto, an ancient capital city and home to the iconic and secretive Geishas; Sue visits the Ise-shima Peninsula, famous for its seafood, its pearls, and for its Ama Divers.
Chef Ramsay journeys deep into the wild South American rainforest to hunt, fish and explore the culinary roots of Guyanese cooking.
Monty explores paradise gardens in grand Spanish palaces and secret Moroccan courtyards. And in the Iranian desert, he unravels the mystery to their creation.
Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city. She finds a nation caught between the demands of a hi-tech future and the pull of a traditional past.
Monty turns to France's famous artistic tradition to see what influence it has had on the country's gardens. He travels to celebrated artists' gardens, including the one created by Claude Monet.
Steeped in history, the guardians of Bondi share a spiritual connection to their home and protect it for the future generations.
Chef Ramsay risks his safety and his pride to acquire the ingredients needed to go up against Indonesia's top chef, William Wongso.
Explores the many ways Chinese people's daily lives have continued to change since 1978 - from education to travel, and from culture to health.
Monty turns to the French love of food and finds out how this has influenced their gardens.
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