This week Morgan discusses British food with Diane Smith, Dave Gorman and Britain's favourite culinary face, Jamie Oliver, before he takes on a transatlantic eating challenge, and visits a black pudding factory in Bury.
This week Dave Fulton, Debra Stephenson and Mr Nice, Howard Marks, join Morgan to discuss the state of law and order in Great Britain.
This week Morgan's British adventure concludes as he is joined by American comedian Margaret Cho, Irish comedian Des Bishop and New Zealand comic Rhys Darby to discuss awards.
Pilkington and Davis visit the Spider Girls performance along with Buddhist sacred mountains.
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant send reluctant traveller Karl Pilkington on a trip to see the Great Wall of China. Karl is forced to experience traditional fire massage and learn Kung Fu.
Karl gets sent to see Petra in Jordan, but before he even gets there, he's forced on a tour of the religious sights of Israel, a tour of Palestine, and a dip into the Dead Sea.
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