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NEW Shows and more with BeamZ this week, but first Ukraine

Support Ukraine As you know, for the last ten days BeamZ has been working hard to support Ukraine and end this senseless war. We hope you can attend one or both of these shows and lend your support. Stop Putin Now

Wednesday, March 9th

On Wednesday’s show, Paulie will have Olga on split-screen again with an update. The show will also be a total audience participation action show. You will be able to actively help to get Amazon and Starbucks to help end the war during the show. It should be an active, informative, and meaningful show.

The World Stands with Ukraine: Olga’s stories

Friday, March 11th

Our wonderful Ukrainian host, who is now a refugee in Hungary, will be giving you a first-hand look at how ten days has changed her life. For those of you who have seen her last four shows on BeamZ, you know it is an experience you do not get on network television or any other place. A truly interactive live experience.

NEW Shows


Treviso - The City Of Frescoes

Wednesday, March 9th

Relatively untouched by the throngs of tourists from nearby Venice, Treviso is an unspoiled, traditional Italian city. This hidden gem is a pleasant inland town in the Veneto that has much to offer. Join in for a walk along the city canals and discover this beautiful cultural and historic Italian town with Igor!

Taking the Cable Car to the Perugian Akropolis Thursday, March 10th The Acropolis is a gem of the city and one of the most beautiful places to visit in Perugia. Hop on board and let Patrizia take you with her for a ride up to the 2000 year-old Akropolis on the cable car and enjoy the views from above at this incredible landmark of Italian history.

The surprising city of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan

Thursday, March 10th

Discover Baku, a truly contemporary city criss-crossed 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.


21st Dec 1989 - The last speech of the dictator in Romania

Wednesday, March 9th

In December 1989, Romania was shaken by 10 days of protests that led to the fall of Europe's last dictatorship. This period marked Romanian history forever as a new chapter began for the country and its people. Join in and let Mihai fill you in on these dramatic times and all the incredible stories of those who made it happen.

Romania: 9 days that changed the world against Communism '79

Friday, March 11th

It is not always that a small period of 9 days changes the fate of a whole country. Not too long ago the resistance against communism started in Romania, in the eastern part of Europe. This moment in history changed everything not just for a country but for the world. Join us and let Mihai tell you all about these incredible times.


Crispy Gobi Pakoras (Cauliflower Fritters)

Friday, March 11th

Cauliflower pakoda also known as gobi pakora are crunchy and delicious Indian fritters made with cauliflower florets, gram flour, spices and herbs. These are addictive and make for a great party appetizer and a tea-time snack. Join us and let JD teach you how to make them and let the flavor fill your entire home with the exciting aromas of this Indian dish.

Series on BeamZ - NEW Episodes

Amsterdam: Highlights and Hangouts

Wednesday, March 9th

Our host Mark wants to show you his town's famous landmarks and his favorite personal spots! So let's join him at a different spot each week in Amsterdam. Museums, buildings, squares, markets, and more! Let's see what awaits us next week, I'm excited to explore this breathtaking and fun city!

Great Women of Paris: Louise Michel

Wednesday, March 9th

This week, let’s join Patrick for one more episode of the series Great Women of Paris. On Wednesday we will explore the life and legacy of Louise Michel (1830- 1905), a teacher and important figure of the Paris Commune. Let’s discover together how she changed the history of France, and was later recalled as the “French grande dame of anarchy”.

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Assisi, Italy : Inside the Basilica...

Saturday, March 12th

The Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi is a World Heritage site that contains the Saint's tomb and the masterpieces of Giotto and Cimabue. The Basilica is divided into two large churches on two different levels, Lower Basilica and the Upper Basilica. Our host even had to get special authorization to go and film there. Join in and discover this incredible location with Patrizia.

Namaste from Rishikesh -Yoga Capital of India

Saturday, March 12th

Rishikesh is the seventh most populated city in the state of Uttarakhand. It is known as the pilgrimage town and regarded as one of the holiest places for Hindus. Hindu sages and saints have visited Rishikesh since ancient times to meditate in search of higher knowledge. Besides all that it is one of the most beautiful places in India. Join in and explore this incredible location with Komal!

Bolivia: Horca del Inca astronomical observatory

Saturday, March 12th

Horca del Inca was a pre-Incan astronomical observatory, built during the 14th century by the Chiripa people. The remains of the Horca del Inca were a part of seven trilithic structures, positioned to study the sun, moon and stars above Lake Titicaca. It's at about 4000m altitude so expect some amazing views as well. Join in and explore everything with Renan!

The Life Story of One Art Nouveau Apartment, Part I

Saturday, March 12th

It is not always that we get to take a deep peek into a culture by visiting the home of a local interior designer, decorator and art historian who lives in a 120 year-old building. The place is filled with incredible stories, antiques, old frescoes and much more. Join us and let Anna and her mysterious friend take you with them to show and tell you all about it.

The Life Story of One Art Nouveau Apartment, Part II

Saturday, March 12th

In part II of this show, Anna is going to take you one step deepet to show you how residential buildings of the XIX-XX century looked and were made in St. Petersburg. Sometimes buildings hold even more history then you might think… Come with us and let Anna and Elena fill you in on all these interesting stories and details.

London: Wonders of the West End - Piccadilly & Regent Street

Sunday, March 13th

In this one you will get to know two wonders of the west with Gerard. Explore Piccadilly, a circus particularly known for its incredible video display and neon signs mounted on the corner building on the northern side. And visit Regent Street, one of the world's most prestigious lifestyle destinations, famous for its flagship stores and international brands.

Historical Tour: The Vietnam War Cu Chi Tunnel Rats

Sunday, March 13th

The Cu Chi Tunnels are an extensive labyrinth of underground tunnels that stretch all the way to the Cambodian border. The Cu Chi Tunnels network was built within 25 years from 1948 during the war and is an incredible site to explore. Join in and let Spring and Hieu take you for a walk through these mysterious paths.

Iconic Stories of WWII in Amsterdam

Sunday, March 13th

The Netherlands went through a lot during World War II, between 1940 and 1945. At one point, Amsterdam was the forefront of the war. The things that took place there during this period are simply shocking. Join in for a trip back in time and hear about all these fascinating stories from a true local, Lee!

Best Shows on BeamZ for the next days

Wednesday, March 9th

London: Wonders of the West End - Leicester Square and Soho: at the beautiful Leicester Square you will get to discover icons from a century of cinema in London's home of film and entertainment. Join us and let Gerard show you around!

Thursday, March 10th

Twilight Delhi: if you are looking for adventure and some beautiful sights, join us and our local host, Komal, for a walk through some of the most incredible places in town at night!

A Berlin Icon: Potsdamer Strasse: explore beautiful architecture, a combination of restaurants, shopping centers, theaters, cinemas and so much more. Come with us and let Martin take you with him to explore one of Berlin’s oldest and longest streets!

World War II: Amsterdam under Nazi occupation: explore how a nation known for freedom and tolerance coped under strict Nazi rule. Discuss events leading up to the country's occupation, and finally, hear about the shocking events surrounding liberation and ways the Dutch commemorate the period today.

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