Thailand, Land of Smiles. Home to exotic food, dance, and temples. There are secrets in each temple. Hidden temples inside caves, majestic Grand Palaces, and more. Explore the wondrous mysteries of Thai dance where every movement of the hand and body tell a story. Sample the famous Thai spice and the exciting surprises of Thai Street food. Experience the unseen wonders of this Magical Kingdom.
A brand new travel show where the host takes you to some of the most interesting places in India – exploring the landscape, architectural marvels, bustling bazaars, sumptuous cuisines, and the distinct culture of each region. With a cultural history spanning more than 4,500 years, the most populous democracy is a traveler’s dream destination. This is a journey that promises to bring the colors, vibrancy, and the quintessential charm of India to your living room. So, lean back on your sofa and let the adventure begin.
It’s the country of Samba, carnival, football, and passion – Brazil! Two Korean actresses travel to Brazil in order to fulfill their bucket list. Whilst doing so, they take the viewers on a stunning 4K tour of the amazing cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo, the dazzling Samba Carnival, and the breathtaking Iguassu Falls. Experience the vivid, colourful beauty of Brazil in stunning 4K!
We go along different trails around the planet – but we will not take the easy road.
Hiking and biking will help us to discover spectacular places and unknown land-sites from the Inca Trail in Peru through Spain’s Extremadura to the Way of St. James in Norway. We get to meet the local population, drink and eat the regional food and take part in fiestas and traditions. But we will also look for spaces to relax and visit the cultural sites. Travel through waterfalls and gorges to amazing peaks and cosy shelters. You will enjoy the trip – the active way!
Meet Turbo Teddy, the world’s best toy car racer! He challenges you for an upcoming race in a brand new car. You think winning this race is child’s play? Then you better get well prepared for this weird adventure: Kids in this playroom look like GIANTS, and they will be playing with YOU! This 3D/4D film is aimed at a family audience in theme parks and science centers.
Competitors take part in all 3 stages of the Tour de Tirol. The Söller Zehner, the Kaisermarathon Söll and the Pölven Trail.
On your mark! Get set! The boom of the starter gun indicates go and go they went. The Tour de Tirol is a stage race of about 75 km and 3650 hm, which takes place in Söll and lasts three days. On the first day, the finish line is set at 10km. The second day is a 52km marathon over a mountainous trail and the final day is a 23 km trail rum with plenty altitude. It is quite an insane challenge but with this race one gets to know one’s body, one’s limits, and one’s drive to succeed. From this race one finds out what one is capable of!
The Tour de Tirol started in 2006. It is a unique race with high standards within beautiful mountain sceneries of the Austrian Alps. We accompany Alexander Bille, 42 years old, hobby runner from the flatlands, during these three days, we watch him from above and along the route to the finish line and interview him before and after the race. He knew it would be hard, but he did not know how hard it was going to be.
How hard is it to do some of the toughest, oddest, most dangerous tasks on the planet? Andrew Younghusband (Don’t Drive Here, Canada’s Worst Driver) finds out first-hand as he delves into the world of terrifying heights, extreme sports, tough trades, small spaces, and strange hobbies. Younghusband’s wild quest takes him into the dangerous, weird and just plain crazy, as he meets people driven by passion who do jobs and partake in pastimes that often look impossible. But are they? In each episode, with minimal training, Younghusband struggles to keep up with the pros as they explain what they do, while showing him the ropes. From working as a window cleaner on a dauntingly high skyscraper and wing walking on a bi-plane in mid-air, to barefoot water skiing and racing lawnmowers, nothing is too scary or obscure for Younghusband to try at least once.
Join Storm Chasers star Sean Casey and the researchers of VORTEX 2, the most ambitious effort ever made to understand the origins and evolution of tornadoes on this heart-pounding science adventure. Armed with a 70mm camera, a fleet of customized vehicles designed to withstand gale force winds, torrential rains and unrelenting hail, and an arsenal of the most advanced weather measurement instruments ever created, the stars of Tornado Alley take audiences on a thrilling quest to experience a tornado’s destructive power at point blank range. Experience the adrenaline and the science of nature’s most dramatic phenomena!
Titans of the Ice Age transports viewers to the beautiful and otherwordly frozen landscapes of North America, Europe, and Asia ten thousand years before modern civilization. Peer through the giant 3D canvas to an ancient world of ice, the dawn of our species, a time when humans shared the tundra with majestic woolly beasts.
Carlos and Rick embark on a mission to discover the source of mysterious signals coming from the wreck of the Titanic. They are attacked by a huge shark and Rick is killed. Sentaro wants to abort the mission, but Carlos stubbornly refuses. Stalked by the shark, he tracks the signals into the wreck where he encounters eerie phantoms and ghostly phenomena. Electronic clues lead him to the remains of a sea serpent. Realizing he’s getting close to the source of the signals, Carlos presses on. Suddenly, the phantom figure of Rick’s corpse appears, then vanishes. Moments later a monstrous ancient shark attacks! Carlos barely escapes death, and is rescued by Sentaro.
Come on an extraordinary adventure into magical worlds beneath our feet that most of us never see – one where life is lived at an extraordinary intensive pace, where everything we know seems turned on its head. Experience the hidden kingdoms of the Enchanted Forest and the unforgiving desert of the Wild West.
From BBC Earth, this is the story of a day in the life of two little heroes: a scorpion mouse and a chipmunk. For each of them this will be a day they never forget. It’s a story of drama, danger and courage, of insight and revelation, a journey to discover and understand a new and fascinating natural history.
Using the incredibly immersive power of specialist 3D cameras, audiences will be transported in a very intimate way into another world. Visual effects will enhance the audience’s perception of scale as multi-layered backgrounds exaggerate the sense of miniaturization. Viewers will never see our planet the same way again.
Time Scanners is a ground breaking new series which uses state of the art laser technology and a team led by one of the world’s top engineers to uncover the engineering mysteries of the ancient world’s most iconic structures for the very first time.
This brand new laser technology and software reveals the world’s most iconic sites in a way never before seen, producing results that surprise even the experts.
The technology solves a host of new mysteries including: the pinpointing of the exact position of the Kings Burial Chamber inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, discovering how the Incas managed to build a their city on a mountain top, uncovering hidden temple structures underneath Petra’s sands, turning back time to show exactly where a WWII bomb exploded inside St Pauls Cathedral, revealing a completely new theory on how the Colosseum’s roof actually worked, and illuminating the secrets behind the construction of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
The series combines the expert knowledge of one of the world’s foremost structural engineers Steve Burrows, WSP, the brains behind the Birds Nest Stadium in Beijing, together joined by a team of pioneering laser scanning researchers from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Technologies to unlock the secrets of the world’s greatest engineering achievements.
Intricately handwoven cotton and silk, with adorning embellishments of threadwork and embroidery – each uniquely crafted in India. It is through these colours, patterns, and textures that Indian designers express their individuality & creativity in this land of contrasts and contradictions. New York-based Smita Conjeevaram has returned to India to uncover the hidden gems of her native land, exploring the artistry and ancient traditions of the textile industry from the foothills of the Himalayas to the backstreets of Mumbai. Brought to life for the first time, Threads of India is an adventure like no other – a colorful feast for the eyes, a resounding musical treat for the ears, and an unparalleled cultural experience for the soul.
Something’s going on inside the giant theme park world … The huge structure where Pig and his friend Elephant are living in is full of adventures. On the travel to the planets core they discover a lot of freaky creatures and strange places — to finally meet the “Mad Constructor” and his humble assistant Igor, revealing his ambitioned (and quite bizarre) universe domination plans.
It is the largest body of water on earth, covering nearly 30% of our planet. Home to a stunning menagerie of creatures. Great Whites hunting in ghostly silence. Ballets of whale sharks and giant mantas. Swarms of mating squid in a magical kelp forest. Voracious striped marlin, sea lions, and pelicans decimating great schools of herring. Experience The Wild Pacific. From Emmy-nominated producer Michael Watchulonis. Cinematography by Emmy-winning cameraman Johnny Friday.
This documentary looks at the history of beer starting with the Sumerians who invented it 5.000 years ago through to the leading export of today and the new trend of the future: craft beer. Prost!
Prince Luitpold of Bavaria: if Germany were still a monarchy, this member of the House of Wittelsbach would be King of Bavaria. What does this have to do with beer? His Highness brews one of the best beers in Bavaria. No wonder – it was one of his ancestors that introduced the Reinheitsgebot (German purity law) in 1516, and it remains in force to this day: the only ingredients permitted are hops, malt, and water. 500 years of pure beer – without chemicals, flavour enhancers or colour additive additives as is common in the rest of the world. There are 5,000 different beers in Germany, produced in more than 1,300 breweries.
Great beer has always been synonymous with Germany. Let’s find out why!