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NEW Shows and more with BeamZ this week!


NEW Shows Travel Lichtenberg's Medieval Castle, Germany Friday, October 14th It was in the 13th century that the Lichtenberg family really built this Castle on a hill at an altitude of 400 m. The ruins of the fortress are among the most beautiful in the region. The 16th-century Gothic-style chapel is particularly worth a visit. The marble mausoleum is one of the most beautiful in Renaissance Alsace. A monumental stairway leads you up to the tops of the towers. From here, you can catch a glimpse of the spire of the Strasbourg Cathedral. See it with Juliane!

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Chocolate Festival in Perugia-Italy Friday, October 14th Eurochocolate festival of Perugia is the biggest chocolate celebration in Europe. This sweetest event attracts thousands of visitors to the beautiful city and is an event purely dedicated to chocolate par excellence. Who doesn't love chocolate? Come with us and discover this amazing festival with Patrizia!

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London: Wonders of the West End - Shakespeare's South Bank Sunday, October 16th Shakespeare's Globe is a reconstruction of the Globe Theater, an Elizabethan playhouse for which William Shakespeare wrote his plays, in the London Borough of Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames. This place is an incredible mix of history, culture, art and much more. Join in and let Gerard show you around!

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Diwali - India's Festival of Lights Monday, October 17th Indian festivals and celebrations bring people from over seven different regions together and are known to be a spectacle. Diwali is one of those celebrations and is filled with cultural, spiritual, and passionate experiences. Join in and let our local host, Komal, show you around to make you feel the festiveness first hand!

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Exploring The Giza Plateau in Egypt Monday, October 17th This is going to be amazing! The Egyptian Pyramids and the Sphinx have to be one of the most famous and mysterious things in the world. And now you can go visit them from your home! Join us and let our local guide, Khaled, show you two of the most incredible landmarks there are while telling you all about its stories. Oh, and you can ask him about everything, he’s a specialist. So don’t miss out!

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Baku: Exotica, wine and history! Tuesday, October 18th Discover Baku, a truly contemporary city crisscrossed by history. From the modern elegance of the Flame Towers to the medieval old city full of life. This is a place that has many things to offer. Come with us and let Nurana show you this beautiful city while telling you all about its history.

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Food Discover Italy in America at Your Table - Chicken Agrodolce Saturday, October 15th It's time to cook! Join John & Patty to make two delicious recipes. This time we will make Chicken Agrodolce and a Classic Bruschetta. Learn the ingredients and the step by steps to make these delicious dishes!

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Discover Italy in America at Your Table - Italian Meatloaf Saturday, October 15th Why not bring a piece of Italy to your house? On this show, John & Patty will show you how to make Italian Meatloaf and Thyme Scented Mushrooms. You’ll definitely want to make these for your family and friends. Come cook with us!

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Culture Sukkot Special: A Visit to a Family Celebration Sunday, October 16th Join Anna for Sukkot, an important Jewish holiday which is much better to see snd experience on your own rather than hear about. So, we are kindly invited to a home of an observant Jewish family from Ashkelon to see how they celebrate Sukkot. We’ll see the sukkah, a temporary hut or tent where the family’s going to spend most of the time during the week. We’ll see its decorations and attributes. We are going to talk about the history of Sukkot and its importance for Jews.

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Series - NEW Episodes Treasures of Rome Friday, October 14th Let's take a stroll in the streets of Trastevere, so that you can experience the vibes of the aperitivo time in this colorful and cheerful district! We'll start from Ponte Sisto, the bridge where lots of people hang out in the weekends, then we'll move to Piazza Trilussa.. and then we'll get lost in the narrow streets 😜 See you on Friday!

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Amsterdam Day Trips to Remember Saturday, October 15th Explore the Grote Markt, Haarlem's medieval central market square surrounded by bars, cafes, and some of the city's most notable buildings like the City Hall and the Hal building of the Frans Hals Museum. There's also a statue of Laurens Janszoon Coster, a Haarlem native and alleged inventor of the printing press. Saint Bavo Cathedral, one of the most recognizable landmarks in the Netherlands, looms over the square.

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My Tel Aviv Stories Saturday, October 15th Discover Sarona with Anna, a wonderful corner of old Europe in the heart of Tel Aviv. It is a hub of social and culture life of Tel Aviv with boutique stores, artist galleries, quaint cafes, and some of the city’s trendiest restaurants and bars. Let’s walk around this neighborhood together to turn back time to learn why and how German Templers reached the Holy Land, what numerous challenges they faced and how their life here would change over the course of XX century.

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Tuscany Series: Siena - A Gothic Dream Tuesday, October 18th Siena is likely Italy's loveliest medieval city, and a trip worth making, so join Patrizia to explore it! Siena's heart is its central piazza known as Il Campo, if you are a James Bond fan, you have seen it in Quantum of Solace. So let's check it, also admire San Domenico church and much more!

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Spirit of Japan Tuesday, October 18th Cosmos flowers are one sign of autumn in Japan, and they can be enjoyed in abundance at the Akebonoyama Agricultural Park in Chiba. The park is known for its seasonal flower displays around a windmill. In autumn, pretty white, yellow, pink, and red cosmos cover the entire 2.2-hectare garden.

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Coming Soon Travel Industrial Poland: A 100-Year-Old Coal Miners' Settlement Wednesday, October 19th Join Zuzanna to discover another Polish city, Katowice! We will visit a coal miners’ settlement from early 1900’ called Nikiszowiec. It is still a residential district, but also one of Poland’s official Historic Monuments due to a very unique and coherent urban design. Let's discover the interesting history of this city, admire its beautiful architecture and much more!

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The Spanish Golden Age - Part 1:The Origins, Muslim Kingdoms Saturday, October 22nd Lillian is bringing us a new series! Enjoy seven episodes on the Spanish Golden Age, the Empire where the sun never set! Episode 1 features the origins of the golden age in the root kingdoms of medieval Iberia, so come and learn about the Christian and Muslim kingdoms, as well as about the Reconquista.

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­ Our Picks for the Next Days Friday, October 14th Tales of Edinburgh's Darker Side: Part 2: join Sam and stroll down Edinburgh's Medieval High Street after dark. See the locations of Punishment, Executions, Murder and more. Hear stories of miraculous escapes and ghostly apparitions.

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Tuesday, October 18th The London of Sherlock Holmes: take a journey through Sherlock Holmes' West End with Gerard, learn about the influences, both in print and in real life, and hopefully get a good sense of why these stories and characters have almost become as real as their enigmatic creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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

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