NEW Shows Travel Lake Louise - Jewel of the Canadian Rockies Friday, August 26th Patrick T from Canada is back , let's join him in beautiful places! We will visit one of the most photographed places in the world, you can see why, below. Lake Louise is a village with a beautiful lake surrounded by mountains and a castle. If you love nature and appreciate breathtaking sceneries you shouldn't miss this show.
Spotting Wild Kangaroos Down Under Friday, August 26th Yes you're reading it right, we will be spotting wild kangaroos live in Australia with Alexander! Let's watch Eastern Grey Kangaroos grazing away in their natural habitat, hear an indigenous story about Kangaroos, soak in the Australian forest and discover other wildlife!
Welcome to Melbourne! Australia's Culture Capital Sunday, August 28th Let's explore Melbourne with Alex. Australia's culture capital, sports capital and... food capital! We will journey through the city centre and explore different sights and stunning architectural monuments while also learning some Aussie slang so that when you do eventually visit, you're prepared to blend in!
Old Luxembourg: Melusina and fortifications Monday, August 29th How about seeing more of Luxembourg with Juliane? We will explore the Luxembourg Grund, an old quarter of Luxembourg city also known as "a village in the city". We will get great views on the casemattes while walking on the banks of the Alzette. With luck, we might even spot Melusina, the wife of count Siegfried (founder of the first castle)!
Special Series Indian Wedding Series Day 2: Engagement ceremony Saturday, August 27th Let's continue celebrating with Komal! This ceremony is where the bride and groom exchange rings and is called ring ceremony or engagement and in Hindu, Sagan. It is hosted by the groom's family and is full of dance, colors and great food, so let's enjoy it!
Food Homemade Gazpacho - Enjoying Summer the Spanish Way! Saturday, August 27th Host Lillian is a Jack of all trades, besides doing travel, history and art shows she also knows how to cook! This Saturday join her yo make a classic Spanish dish, Gazpacho. A very typical summer soup, particularly in the south of Spain.
Art The history of painting in 15 episodes #10 Géricault Friday, August 26th On the next show of our art series with Patrick, we will dive into another great painter's works. This time we will explore someone a bit fiery and tormented, Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). Let's see some of his art pieces and his history and get to know some of his most famous pieces.
Chat with Locals How Ugandan Men survive today - Chat with Karol Sunday, August 28th Karol is taking us to meet real locals of Gulu, Uganda. This time we will be talking with young men in a youth group to discuss their plans and life. This time we will talk with Abel, a former war rebel abductee, turned artist, musician now a builder trying to make it through life. He will share his life story and survivals as of today.
Series - NEW Episode Treasures of Rome Saturday, August 27th What was the first thing that visitors saw when entering the city of Rome? When visitors reached Rome from the north of Italy or Europe, Piazza del Popolo was the first thing they would see. The Popes wanted to make sure the first sight they had of Rome would be majestic enough for a great first impression. Join Federica in this show to see it with your own eyes!
My Tel Aviv Stories Saturday, August 27th In the south of Tel Aviv, not too far from the famous Old Jaffa, one can find another gem, a lovely neighborhood called The American Colony. This small and quaint nook can boast some beautiful architecture and unique history. These cobblestone streets will tell you the history of an American Christian community who came to the Holy Land in 1870’s full of hope and aspirations. Those wooden homes and a church decorated with stained-glass will share all the stories that happened in this neighborhood over the course of 150 years.
From Scotland with lots of love Saturday, August 27th You've loved your holiday trips to Scotland? Or you've never been to Scotland? Or you're of Scottish descent? This live show brings you a mad, colorful, mosaic of the best places of Edinburgh - from the coastline to medieval castles.
Amsterdam's Weekly Highlights Sunday, August 28th Aside from containing one of the largest green spaces in Amsterdam, Westerpark features many other popular attractions, including two waterborne restaurants, a working 17th-century windmill, and an old gasworks that has been converted into a massive cultural centre. Let's explore it with Mark!
Spirit of Japan Tuesday, August 30th In this episode, we will take a day trip to a historical town, Kawagoe, to see hundreds of wind chimes. The sound of summer in Japan is often best encapsulated by the tinkling of a wind chime. The Hikawa Shrine, located in Kawagoe City, will celebrate the summer with a Wind Chime Festival. Let's walk through "wind chime lane”, a path lined with delicate handmade glass bells, and enjoy the sound of summer!
Lifestyle Gods of India Friday, August 26th Looking for an immersive Indian experience? Our host Roopak Agarwal is opening the doors of his house to all Beamers virtually out there. Learn more about Hindu, holy chants, and some very popular Indian Gods with Roopak. This definitely is an eye-opening experience and a different way to take in a new culture. You don’t want to miss it!
Coming Soon Travel Chantilly - The stables and the Horse Museum Wednesday, August 31st We already explore a piece of the huge Domaine de Chantilly, now it's time to see the Great Stables and the Horse Museum! The museum delves into the fabulous history of the Great Stables, the largest in Europe. As a museum of both art and ethnology, its aim is to allow visitors discover the importance of the relationship between men and horses in all civilisations.
Switzerland’s Hidden Gem: Basel Friday, September 2nd To start your weekend how about joining Kelsey in Switzerland? She is taking us to Basel, nestled on the Rhine river, is Switzerland’s third-largest town! This tour will give us breathtaking views. We will explore the stunning red and gold town hall, the Mittlere Bridge, Swiss fountains and more!
Amsterdam on the Wings of a Bike Friday, September 2nd Let's enjoy the beautiful Vondelpark with Mark by bike, just like a local! Vondelpark is the largest city park in Amsterdam, and certainly the most famous park in the Netherlands. There's so much to see there, so going by bike is just perfect, so we can enjoy as much as possible :)
Strasbourg Sunset in the Alsace Wine Region Friday, September 2nd Kelsey is taking us to France as well, join her in Strasbourg! This city boasts charming half-timbered houses, cobbled squares and one of the largest medieval quarters in Europe. Let's explore it when it's even more beautiful, during sunset!
Our Top Picks for the Next Days Friday, August 26th Odessa's Jewish Heritage Tour, Part 2: let’s continue exploring fascinating Odessa’s Jewish heritage. Unable to walk the streets of the old town live, due to the war restrictions, I will be sharing old photographs and videos and I will recount the history of Odessa's Jews. All from a very interesting location on a Jewish street.
Saturday, August 27th Medieval Armenian monastery complex: explore the monastery of Geghard with its churches and tombs, most of them cut into the rock, which illustrate the very peak of Armenian medieval architecture. The complex of medieval buildings is set into a landscape of great natural beauty, surrounded by towering cliffs at the entrance to the Azat Valley.
Beloved recreation Baku Boulevard: the Boulevard along the Caspian is a beautiful, several kilometer long parkway that is a real gem of the city. Baku Boulevard (also known as National Park) is a promenade which runs parallel to Baku's seafront. Let's explore it with Nurana!
Sunday, August 28th Tiwanaku: let's explore Tiahuanaco was the center of the Tiahuanaco civilization, a pre-Inca culture that based its economy on agriculture, livestock and architecture, and that encompassed the territories of the Collao plateau, between western Bolivia, southwestern Peru, northern Peru. Argentina and northern Chile, regions from which it radiated its technological and religious influence to other contemporary civilizations.
Bolivia's Moon Valley: let's see curious formations known as the fairy chimneys, that rise in a tubular shape, like similar ones in in Cappadocia, Turkey. In the mountains around La Paz, clay contains different minerals that give them varied colors, going from whitish to purple with the most common brown and reddish.
Monday, August 29th Perugia: 2500 Years of History, Etruscan Walls and Chocolate: we will cover more than 2000 years of History and start the walk along the massive Etruscan townwalls and northern gate called Arco Etrusco. We will also make our way uphill to the Medieval centre where the famous Fontana Maggiore tells us about daily life in the 13th Century.
Tuesday, August 30th Edinburgh: Secret Gardens of the Royal Mile: relax and enjoy a gentle stroll through Dunbar Close Garden. Sited just off the Royal Mile this hidden gem is often over looked by visitors to the city. Laid out as a 17th century garden, let your imagination take you back in time. Then discover the importance of plants for medicines as you stroll around the Physic Garden at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
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