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On Hannibal’s Trail: the Wood brothers take on the Alps
On Hannibal’s Trail: the Wood brothers take on the Alps

Duration: 02:26

As part of their recreation of Hannibal's journey, the Wood brothers split up and each take a different pass across the Alps on their bicycles.

 
The story of Hannibal’s great success against the Romans at the Battle of Trebbia
The story of Hannibal’s great success against the Romans at the Battle of Trebbia

Duration: 03:20

A report about the story of Hannibal's great success against the Romans at the Battle of Trebbia. The reporters visit the River Trebbia in modern day and explain the progress of the battle.

 
The Wood brothers meet Hannibal
The Wood brothers meet Hannibal

Duration: 01:40

The Wood Brothers see a bust of Hannibal at the Palazzo del Quirinale in Italy.

 
The Wood brothers start a cycle ride following Hannibal’s trail
The Wood brothers start a cycle ride following Hannibal’s trail

Duration: 02:07

The Wood brothers set off on their epic, 3500km cycle ride on Hannibal's trail. They are cheered on their way by the local Carthagian Society.

 
The Wood brothers take on Mont Ventoux
The Wood brothers take on Mont Ventoux

Duration: 02:42

As part of their recreation of Hannibal's journey, the Wood brothers race to the top of Mont Ventoux on their bicycles, one of the most challenging stages in the Tour de France.

 

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