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Graham Gillies | 17:08 UK time, Tuesday, 16 March 2010

The programmes are coming! You can watch a special preview clip right here.

Just 7 days until The Man Who Cycled The Americas hits our screens.

Programme One is on Tuesday 23rd March, BBC One at 10.35pm.
(Wales and N Ireland have different times)

After the programmes each week come back to the site for more exclusive clips from the journey that you won't find in the films or anywhere else.

You will also be able to leave a comment for Mark or tweet him a message once you've watched the show.


  • 1. At 12:34pm on 23 Mar 2010, Bex wrote:

    Hi Mark

    I saw you on breakfast TV this morning, and can't wait to watch the show tonight too. Well done on your fantastic achievements. I was wondering if you would be interested in a magazine interview in a magazine celebrity adventurer spot I run? Please do let me know.


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  • 2. At 11:47pm on 23 Mar 2010, Christian wrote:

    What a great show! Having spent most of the last ten years out of the country I missed your program about cycling around the world. Are you going to release a book going into more details about your trip? Having spent a bit of time in the Americas myself it looks a fantastic trip to do and relived a few memories of the US.
    Looking forward to the next show

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  • 3. At 2:20pm on 24 Mar 2010, Ian wrote:

    I don't often write in to make comments but WELL DONE Mark !
    I thoroughly enjoyed the first programme. It's great to see someone just going for it. I enjoy travel programmes as I know I'll never get to see many far-away places, but refreshing to see that you did it on your own with a camcorder and without an armada of support vehicles and crew.

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  • 4. At 00:07am on 07 Apr 2010, peter and ali wrote:

    Hi Mark

    we have just watched your final instalment of 'cycling in the Americas' and we are pleased to see that you made all stages of the journey safely, WELL DONE, what a splendid personal achievement !!! and for Britain as well.
    you must be elated and your family must be so proud.
    wishing you all the best
    peter and ali

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