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Travels around the World


A dynamic series about travelling and tourism for young people. The presenters travel the world in search of the most inspiring, beautiful and unique travel destinations, resulting in two travel reports per episode.

Living at the End of the World


Award-winning Dutch leading travel show presenter, Floortje Dessing, travels to remote areas in the world and meets local people to find out what it is like to live at the end of the world.

No Man’s Land


In No Man’s Land Rudi Vranckx spends six episodes travelling across Africa from east to west: from Mogadishu, one of the most dangerous cities in the world, to Timbuktu, one of the most legendary cities in the world. He travels through Somalia, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Chad, Niger and Mali. His journey takes him to several important front lines of the future. He goes in search of stories about people in one of the least known regions on earth. His aim is to give people a face we do not know, we often don’t wish to know, and who we are only interested in when they are washed ashore in a boat on the Mediterranean.

From Sochi to Yerevan


Russia Today – From Moscow to Magadan (7 x 45’), From Moscow to Murmansk (8 x 45’), From Sochi to Yerevan (6 x 45’)

In From Moscow to Magadan journalist Jelle Brandt Corstius travels around modern Russia and its satellite states in a quest for authentic and interesting stories that dominate the lives of ordinary Russians. Speaking Russian fluently, Jelle travels from the west to the east part of Russia and visits the endless Russian countryside and villages. In the second series From Moscow to Murmansk, Jelle travels from north to south, along Russia’s biggest river, the Wolga. A journey that carries us through unknown cities such as Murmansk, Volgograd, Nizjni and Novgorod. In the third series From Sochi to Yerevan Jelle manages again to reveal an unknown side of Russia today.

From Moscow to Magadan


In this entertaining series author and host Jelle Brandt Corstius travels around modern Russia and its satellite states in a quest for authentic and interesting stories that dominate the lives of ordinary Russians today. In the first series he travels from the west to the east part of Russia and visits the endless Russian countryside and villages.

From Moscow to Murmansk


In the second series, the sequel to season 1 From Moscow to Magadan, Jelle Brandt Corstius travels from north to south, along Russia’s biggest river, the Wolga. A journey that carries us through unknown cities such as Murmansk, Volgograd, Nizjni Novgorod. This series is brought from the Russian perspective and the ideological vacuum, in which again Jelle manages to highlight an unknown side of Russia. Jelle for example visits the city Dzerzhinsk, one of the most polluted cities of the world. The factories are causing a high degree of pollution and the average life expectancy is forty-two years.

From Bihar to Bangalore


Jelle Brandt Corstius goes on a journey through India. Where, as an expert, he tried to explain Russia in the series From Moscow to Murmansk and From Moscow to Magadan, he is now a foreigner trying to understand India.

O’Hanlon’s Heroes – A series of discoveries through the 19th Century


He was born in the wrong century. Redmond O’Hanlon, the author of bestselling books like Into the heart of Borneo, In trouble again and Congo journey, decides to follow in the footsteps of his heroes: the explorers of the 19th century. The men who left everything behind to discover those blank spots on the map where no one had ever set foot before.

Travelling with O’Hanlon is a highly unpredictable event. Wherever he shows up things seem to change forever. The combination of his vast knowledge, his self mocking nature and his childish desire to go all the way makes following his journeys an often hilarious adventure.

The Beagle, On the future of species

The voyage of the HMS Beagle has been described as the most important journey ever made. During his travels, Charles Darwin gathered information and knowledge that would drastically change the way we look at the world.

Steam Away

The most authentic form of train travels around the world will be explored in this wonderful new series.