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NEW Shows and more with BeamZ this week!


NEW Shows Travel Tyniec Abbey: the Oldest Monastery in Poland Wednesday, September 14th Tyniec is a historic village in Poland on the Vistula river, since 1973 a part of the city of Kraków. Tyniec is notable for its Benedictine abbey where the oldest monastery in the country is located, founded by King Casimir the Restorer in 1044. Join in and adventure yourself through this picturesque part of Poland with Zuzanna.

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Trier's Market Squares Wednesday, September 14th Join Juliane one more time in the charming Trier in Germany. We will visit the most famous markets in the city. Be prepared for beautiful views while doing what locals do, exploring the markets!

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Thurso in Historic Caithness, Scotland Wednesday, September 14th There’s plenty to see and do in and around the delightful town of Thurso. The town is a hive of lovely traditional shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants. Let's join Sam in a stroll along the river to Thurso's Harbour and visit Old St Peter's Church.

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Australia's Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail Thursday, September 15th Let's join Alexander in down under, hah. He will be taking us to a new beautiful city called Port Macquarie to look at Koala sculptures, yes, you read that right. This multi-award winning art project has been created to raise awareness of the need to protect the Koala and its habitat in particular, and the Australian wildlife in general.

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The History of Hyde Park, London... from home Thursday, September 15th Hyde Park is one of the best known of all the Royal Parks, one of the biggest and most fascinating places to visit so you should not miss seeing it with Gerard. When I went to London, I fell in love with the park so I can guarantee you this show will put a smile on your face. With over 300 acres of space to explore and discover and lots of activities, Gerard has selected only the best for us to see!

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­ Series - NEW Episodes My Tel Aviv Stories Thursday, September 15th Welcome to the hustle and bustle of the HaCarmel Market. This Shuk (market) is the largest market in Tel Aviv and one of the oldest. Let’s roam around this vibrant marketplace to see what the vendors can surprise us with. I’m going to taste some of the local foods together with you. It’s gonna be fun!

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­ Lifestyle Psychic Reading: Gemstones & Cards Wednesday, September 14th This show is for our mystic beamers, or just about everyone, actually, who's fond of discovering new things. Our new host K80lyn will take you through a psychic reading with cards and gemstones, what for? To help bring you the advice that the universe has in store for you. I'm very curious about this one so I'm definitely going to try it.

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Music Uganda's Local Festivals Wednesday, September 14th This weekend Karol wants to show us Uganda like a local! Instead of visiting a touristy spot, we will join her at a music festival. It will be Karol's first time going too, so let's keep her company :)

We will listen and dance to popular Ugandan songs and discover its most famous artists!

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Coming Soon Travel Rennes: highlights of the Capital of Brittany Friday, September 16th Join us in a new town with Patrick! He is taking us to to the charming Rennes in Brittany. Let's explore the Old Town district with its narrow streets and courtyards, 15th-century half-timbered houses, and more than 90 historic monuments! Patrick will tell us all about this city's history while we admire the sights.

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Saint-Pierre cathedral in Rennes Friday, September 16th In the Old Town district we can find one of the city's most famous sights, the Saint-Pierre Cathedral. With a rather classical exterior, it’s inside that you can admire its true beauty. Italian-inspired, you can see magnificent stained glass windows, a Roman altar, rich decorations and paintings, a beautifully decorated vault and the great organs dating from the 19th century.

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Southampton: The Park & the Old Cemetery Friday, September 16th Let's join Lillian in Southampton for a beautiful nature walk at the Southampton Common park, the largest park in the city with first written record dating back to 1228! Its 365 acres have a great diversity with woodland, rough grassland, ponds, wetlands, lakes and parkland. And of course this habitats support an amazing abundance and variety of wildlife.

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Diwali - India's Festival of Lights Saturday, September 17th I love joining in on celebrations of other cultures, so I’m glad Roopak invited us to celebrate Diwali with him! Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. For some also coincides with harvest and new year celebrations, is a festival of new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. Roopak is going to take us to show us al! The history, the dances, songs, decorations, art pieces, typical foods and more, you don’t want to miss this beautiful festival!

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­History The Impact of the Black Death in Europe Tuesday, September 20th Let’s join our host Lillian, or in this case, I should say Dr. Lillian, since she has a PhD in history and is going to come in handy for this show. She will tell us all about the famous and dreadful Black Death. The Black Death of the Middle Ages was one of the greatest tragedies of mankind. We will learn about what this epidemic actually entailed, how it happened and the impact it had on European civilizations.

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Schindler’s List Factory Museum in Krakow Tuesday, September 20th Who is Oskar Schindler? He was the story behind "Schindler's List" - Steven Spielberg's award winning movie. German entrepreneur, who saved over 1,100 Jewish People from the Holocaust. Join Zuzanna at the Schindler’s Factory Museum and learn about life in German-occupied Krakow, the Krakow ghetto, and the story of people who still call themselves “Schindler’s Jews”.

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­Our Picks for the Next Two Days Wednesday, September 14th Beautiful Shrewsbury: the laidback little town of Shrewsbury is a charming place to visit. Join Lesley to explore her and Charles Darwin's home town! We will see beautiful views of the River Severn, the half-timbered Tudor houses, St Chad's Church, with its peculiar, unique circular nave and more.

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­Thursday, September 15th Le Mont Saint-Michel: maybe you've been here before with Patrick, but if you missed it, this is your chance. The fairy-tale-like Mont Saint-Michel is truly everything you've ever heard of and more. This French medieval village is located on the Normandy border with Brittany, and brings thousands of visitors every day in search of its spectacular scenery.

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­­­ Upcoming Shows Use our Calendar section to find great upcoming shows from around the world.



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