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NEW Shows and More with BeamZ this Week

NEW Shows Travel New York: 9/11 Memorial and New World Trade Center Site Today - Tuesday January 25 - 4 PM EST In this one, you will get to see two of the most iconic landmarks in New York. First, take a walk to the ​​9/11 Memorial and feel its emotional beauty in the heart of the city. While you are at it, check out the famous new World Trade Center site nearby and explore the amazing architecture with Marcus!

Venice: The Bridge of Sighs and St Mark's square. On a gondola!

Wednesday, January 26th

Centuries ago, gondolas were the main means of transport in Venice. Now they have become a very popular tourist attraction, sought-after by people from all over the world. In this one, Igor is taking us with him to explore the famous bridge of sighs and St Mark's square. Hop on board and enjoy the beautiful views of Venice from the canals.

The Modern Milan: Porta Nuova District

Wednesday, January 26th

Porta Nuova is a vibrant, futuristic district overlooking two of Milan’s more traditional neighborhoods. A perfect spot to explore the new soul of the city. Join us for a walk through this part of the city and experience the new lifestyle while enjoying the incredible architecture with our local guide, Veronica!

The Great Landmarks of Dublin's North Inner City

Thursday, January 27th

Dublin is world-famous for its cultural heritage and charming hospitality. In this show, Dave is going to take us to the North Inner City to show us the most incredible landmarks in the region. Join in and explore the Gate Theater, the Garden of Remembrance and much more!

Manhattan's Historical Jewish Lower East Side

Thursday, January 27th

Perhaps best known for its Jewish history, the Lower East Side was an epicenter for Jewish immigrant culture. In the early 1900's, an influx of Eastern European Jews, many fleeing pogroms, began to overtake this part of New York. Join in and let Marcus show you how things have changed over the years and explore this amazing part of the city!

KLM’s miniature houses Part 3: chasing the originals around Amsterdam

Thursday, January 27th

Part 3 of the House Hunt is here. There is still much to find! Join our local host Lee Franklin in a hunt through Amsterdams streets to find the remaining KLM Delft Blue miniature houses. These houses have been famous collectors' items for more than 60 years. Join in and let’s see how many we can find!

Vietnam War: what happened underground? Live from Saigon!

Wednesday, January 26th

The large and sophisticated complex connects over 70 miles of maze-like underground tunnels that the Viet Cong used during the infamous Vietnam War back in the day. Join in for an unique opportunity to take a closer look at these places and to admire the beauty of the old Vietnamese architecture on your way there, with Spring and Hieu.

NEW Series

Russian Revolution Series - Episode 1 - Trubetskoy Bastion Prison

Sunday, January 30th

Trubetskoy Bastion Prison, the main political prison of Russia was built in 1872 on the site of the dismantled inner walls of the Trubetskoy Bastion. Since then this place has played a great role in the revolutions and transformations that the country went through. Join us for a dive into history and let Anna tell you all the fascinating stories about this place while walking through its walls.

Series on BeamZ - NEW Episodes

Prague Gothic Series

Thursday, January 27th

Explore one of the oldest stone bridges in Europe, that has been a part of Prague since 600 years ago. This next episode will uncover its outstanding engineering, the mysticism of its architecture, and the many scars this technical landmark carries from natural disasters across centuries. Join Max and see it for yourself!

Landmarks of the Southwest - Season 2

Thursday, January 27th

Join us and host Simana for an International Holocaust Remembrance Day special show! This episode will take us to the museum house of Dimitar Peshev, bearer of the title "Righteous Among Nations" for his role in saving the Bulgarian Jews during WWII. We will discover his story together as we explore his house!

Lifestyle Section

Wednesdays with Ana

Wednesday, January 26th

If you haven't seen our shows with Ana before, I have to tell you, you're missing a lot! Our host Ana Weisberger is a certified life coach and has done a mini-series with us, which I watched fully and it was truly enlightening. And since people loved it so much, she's doing another show with us. This time she will cover self-love. In these social media days it has become even more important to talk about in my opinion. Having more self-love is a real game-changer for your life. I'm anxious to see how Ana can help with that!

Chat with One of Our Hosts!

At home with Komal - An Introduction to Culture Shock

Thursday, January 27th

Culture shock refers to feelings of uncertainty, confusion, or anxiety that people may experience when going to a new country and visiting other cultures. In this case, India definitely is a country that is famous for its diversity and multicultural nature. Join us and let Komal tell you all about the Indian culture and why it is so unique.

Sneak Previews


Armenia: a great UNESCO site

Friday, January 28th

Zvartnots Cathedral was built in the 7th-century by Catholicos Nerses. Although it is in ruins today, you can still see the beautiful architecture and the footprint of this tetraconch church. Come with us and our local host, Khach, and explore the birth-site of the implantation of Christianity in Armenia.

SaiGon: Celebration Lunar New Year 2022

Saturday, January 29th

Walk down Nguyen Hue street in Ho Chi Minh City during the Tet Holiday to admire the street's annual flower festival. You will be amazed by the beauty of this celebration and all the incredible traditional decorations. Join us and let our local Vietnamese hosts, Spring and Hieu, show you around!


Discover Italy in America at Your Table: North to South

Saturday, January 29th

John and Patty are back again to teach us yet another incredible recipe. Canederli are delicious large round dumplings made from a mixture of stale bread, flour, eggs and milk. These bread dumplings are traditional in Trentino-Alto Adige, the Alpine region in North East Italy and are simply irresistible. Join us and make some of your own!

Discover Italy in America at Your Table: Not your ordinary dish!

Saturday, January 29th

As you chew your penne or rigatoni alla vodka, the vodka particles waft flavorful aromas to the back of your mouth, creating a heightened sense of euphoric enjoyment of food. Join us on this culinary experience and let John and Patty show you how to make this incredible recipe!


Édouard Manet's "Olympia", from Scandal to Iconic Pieces

Friday, January 28th

In 1865, Edouard Manet caused a scandal at the Salon des Refusés, an exhibition outside of the Official Salon, by presenting his “Olympia”, which he painted two years earlier. This scene of a prostitute waiting for her client marks a real break in the history of art. Join in and let Patrick tell you all about this fascinating story!

More Shows on BeamZ

Wednesday, January 26th