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The travel programme investigates the culture of the indigenous Australians.
John McCarthy talks to three travellers and asks why they are driven to explore the world.
John McCarthy and guests discuss the travel hotspots of Rwanda, Uganda and South Sudan.
John McCarthy discusses Lake Titicaca, Manchester in Bolivia, and the home of Kung Fu.
John McCarthy discusses wildlife travel with Mark Carwardine, James Perry and Andy Rouse.
Sandi Toksvig goes to Reykjavik to look at aspects of tourism in Iceland.
John McCarthy takes a look at family travel.
John McCarthy explores SW France via a medieval wine trail, the Black Prince, and Lourdes.
Sandi Toksvig discusses the 'Wild East' - Russia, Ukraine and Crimea.
Sandi Toksvig hears about medical work abroad and a trip to the Oscars.
Sandi Toksvig hears about a lost emperor of India and Britain's undesirable destinations.
John McCarthy discusses the diverse culture of Israel as a destination.
John McCarthy looks at a sculptor's travel, sacred Britain and the Malagarasi River.
John McCarthy chairs a discussion on Antarctica from the Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace
John McCarthy's guests discuss the Wild West, Calgary's Stampede and driving to Mongolia.
John McCarthy looks at travelling in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
John McCarthy's guests discuss art and travel in Sicily, through land art and in swimming.
John McCarthy's guests recall Burma in 1942, butterflies in Ecuador and 1950s travel.
John McCarthy looks at the traditional attractions of England and how they are changing.
Peter Curran questions Sandi Toksvig, John McCarthy, Caroline Quentin and Arthur Smith.
John McCarthy discusses travel biography at this year's Cheltenham Literature Festival.
John McCarthy looks at plant hunting in western China and animal welfare issues abroad.
John McCarthy takes a look at historic walks and compares fast and slow trains.
John McCarthy looks at Gambia, Nepal, and white water rafting in the Himalayas.
John McCarthy explores storytelling in Japan and Morocco and coastal weather stations.
John McCarthy looks at Jewish Eastern Europe, a WW2 escape from Hong Kong and the A272.
John McCarthy looks at responsible tourism and Cambodia.
John McCarthy focuses on Panama and a political tour of North Korea.
John McCarthy looks at transoceanic rowing and the tango in Buenos Aires.
John McCarthy hears about Congo in the 60s and 70s and the isles of Rodrigues.