Mountain Bike champions Hans Rey and Martin Maes explore Hong Kong in a 5 day urban adventure during turbulent times. Not only to showcase this amazing city with its 7000 high rise buildings, but also its beautiful nature and purpose built bike trails surrounding the city and islands. It’s a wonderful journey of contrasts; nature and harmony versus urban jungle and chaos, culture and history.
An urban bike adventure traversing Napoli and the Amalfi Coast and the surrounding area in 5 days with MTB and EMTB. Legendary rider Hans Rey takes you on this cultural journey exploring famous sights and unknown neighborhoods, chaos and traffic as well as incredible nature and harmony right on the doorstep of this historic city.
Beyond Your Backyard is an educational travel adventure highlighting destinations that visitors can travel to with ease. Veteran travel personality Erik Hastings (Erik The Travel Guy) reveals the “soul” of each destination he visits on his personal mission to inspire viewers to travel. Every episode digs deep to educate consumers on the history and culture, amazing experiences, delicious food, famous attractions as well as off-the-beaten-path haunts all while doing the very same things you can do on your visit! The show’s editorial viewpoint is presented with integrity and humor designed to inspire viewers to travel.
Filmed in Sweden and Norway, this documentary series follows adventure-traveler and BBC journalist, Simon Parker, as he embarks upon a 2,000 mile / 3,500 KM cycling adventure from the North Cape to Smygehuk – the full length of the Scandinavian Peninsula. On his journey, Simon charts the seasonal cycles of the natural world, as summer is transitioning into autumn.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston: Sailing Legend is a feature documentary about possibly the most famous sailor in modern times, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, who was the first man to sail non-stop and alone around the world back in 1969. This is the remarkable story of Knox-Johnston's voyage around the world, and into history. From battling through monster waves, to being ‘lost at sea’ after losing his radio, and fighting off a shark, Sir Robin relives the journey and shares never before seen photographs and diary entries. We also hear about his achievement from fellow sailors Sir Ben Ainslie, Dee Caffari and Alex Thompson who put his voyage into perspective with the moon landings, plus adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, and long-time friend, the BBC’s John Simpson.