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Sandi is joined by television’s most inveterate travellers Michael Palin and Bruce Parry.
Sandi Toksvig meets arborist Thomas Pakenham who recounts his Botswanian tree travels.
Sandi Toksvig talks to Michelle Paver and Phil Lee about the remote Lofoten Islands.
Paddy Woodworth joins Sandi Toksvig to explore the darker side of the Basque country.
Sandi Toksvig is joined by travellers who search for perfumes.
Rob Crossan explains to Sandi Toksvig how Asuncion, became the cheapest city in the world.
Arthur Smith is joined by pioneer polar swimmer Lewis Gordon Pugh and Charles Sprawson.
John McCarthy meets three regular travellers to Belgium to find out what it has to offer.
John McCarthy is joined by two regular visitors to Crete.
Sandi Toksvig talks to representatives from the Falkland Islands, St Helena and Gibraltar.
Sandi Toksvig is joined by four aficionados of global music festivals.
Sandi Toksvig talks to novelist Rosie Thomas about the pleasures of long walks.
Sandi Toksvig considers the benefits of the school trip experience.
Sandi Toksvig hears experiences of long distance running in remote and challenging places.
John McCarthy talks to Tom Kevill Davies, aka the Hungry Cyclist.
Christopher Robbins tells John McCarthy of his journey through Kazakhstan.
John McCarthy explores the cultural appeal of Japan.
John McCarthy explores the concept of wilderness with Jo Roberts.
John McCarthy talks about the delights of the Channel Islands with Alan Whicker.
Paddy Docherty explains the remarkable history of the Khyber Pass to John McCarthy.
John McCarthy explores the impacts of internet tourism.
John McCarthy explores what it is like to be a tourist guide.
Polly Evans talks to Sandi Toksvig about her journey into Argentina’s rural wilderness.
Sandi Toksvig speaks to two families who have undertaken unusual journeys.
Sandi Toksvig takes to the high seas to explore the watery world of an ocean cruise.
Sandi Toksvig explores the etiquette of travel.
Sandi Toksvig hears the travel tales of Daniel Mason and Patrick Symmes.
Sandi Toksvig explores what the Congo River is like for intrepid travellers.
Sandi Toksvig talks to three people who have an undeniable attachment to the motorbike.
Sandi Toksvig talks to Roger Willemsen about his trips to Afghanistan.