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Fast & Good - Episode 1 - The fast-food revolution

5m 52s

The wind of freedom is blowing through gastronomy: chefs around the world are abandoning their Michelin starred restaurants in order to restore the good name of a cuisine long eschewed by gourmets: street food. Fast & Good paints a portrait of this accessible and fun food, which promotes simplicity, freshness and authenticity.

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Fast & Good - Episode 3 - Liberty food

4m 52s

The wind of freedom is blowing through gastronomy: chefs around the world are abandoning their Michelin starred restaurants in order to restore the good name of a cuisine long eschewed by gourmets: street food. Fast & Good paints a portrait of this accessible and fun food, which promotes simplicity, freshness and authenticity.

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Secret Kyoto - The Secrets of Yuzu

10m 00s

In Kyoto there is a land of Yuzu, Japanese citron. That’s Mizuo. Yuzu--its bright yellow peel and distinctive aroma. And yuzu, which has a highly acidic taste has been widely used as an essential seasoning for Kyoto’s cuisine.

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Secret Kyoto - The Secrets of Sukiyaki

10m 00s

There are various theories regarding the origin of the word Sukiyaki. According to one of the theories, the word suki of Sukiyaki is derived from a farming tool called suki (spade). In this theory it is said that samurai during the Kamakura Period enjoyed hunting and took a rest at a farm house on their way back. They wanted to eat their prey but couldn’t find a suitable pot. So they had to make use of suki, and enjoyed a quick barbeque.

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Secret Kyoto - The Secrets of Nishin Soba

10m 00s

Because Kyoto city is far from the sea, it used to be very difficult to bring fresh fish in. It was after the WWII that Kyoto people were able to enjoy eating fresh raw fish, thanks to the development of transportation systems. Up to then, they could only eat dried fish. Nishinsoba noodle is the way that Kyoto people enjoyed eating dried fish. However, it has become one of the best local specialities in Kyoto.

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Secret Kyoto - The Secrets of Tofu Dengaku

10m 00s

Dengaku originally referred to Tofu Dengaku. Tofu cut into rectangular pieces were skewered and topped with miso and then grilled. It is said that it got its name because the shape looked similar to Dengaku priests who did Dengaku ritual dances to pray for good harvest during rice-planting.

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Secret Kyoto - The Secrets of Sabazushi

10m 00s

Fish was brought into the city of Kyoto from the Japan Sea coast, mostly the area called WAKASA. However, it was difficult to bring fresh fish into Kyoto in olden times because of the distance between Kyoto and Wakasa. So how did old people bring fish into Kyoto? The secret is in present Fukui Prefecture, used to be called WAKASA.

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Grainger's world - Across the sea of Galilee

42m 56s

A stirring film of peace and hope, timed to coincide with real Peace in the Middle East. This highly topical special shows the rich diversity of modern life in Israel, as the historic Arafat Peace agreement was being negotiated. A series of adventures through Israel, camel riding across the Negev Desert to meet nomadic Bedouin tribesmen, living on a kibbutz on the Lebanon border and driving tanks in the Golan Heights.

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Fast & Good - Episode 5 - Good food for great numbers of people

5m 02s

The wind of freedom is blowing through gastronomy: chefs around the world are abandoning their Michelin starred restaurants in order to restore the good name of a cuisine long eschewed by gourmets: street food. Fast & Good paints a portrait of this accessible and fun food, which promotes simplicity, freshness and authenticity.

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Fast & Good - Episode 7 - The restaurant of the future

5m 32s

The wind of freedom is blowing through gastronomy: chefs around the world are abandoning their Michelin starred restaurants in order to restore the good name of a cuisine long eschewed by gourmets: street food. Fast & Good paints a portrait of this accessible and fun food, which promotes simplicity, freshness and authenticity.

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Bali, building harmony

52m 26s

This documentary focuses on the relationship between the Balinese and their habitat. This is traditionally the foundation of the balance of life on earth. At a time when Bali is nibbling on land by real estate developers and proclaims itself as the number one tourist destination on Trip Advisor, is there any hope that its architectural heritage will survive?

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Bali, building harmony

52m 26s

This documentary focuses on the relationship between the Balinese and their habitat. This is traditionally the foundation of the balance of life on earth. At a time when Bali is nibbling on land by real estate developers and proclaims itself as the number one tourist destination on Trip Advisor, is there any hope that its architectural heritage will survive?

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Wonder Women S1E2 Japan

22m 03s

For centuries, the Ama free divers of Japan have plunged into icy waters to depths of 50 feet without air tanks to retrieve shellfish to feed their families. But today, a pair of women in their eighties are among the last practitioners of this endangered tradition.

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Wonder Women S1E2 Japan

22m 03s

For centuries, the Ama free divers of Japan have plunged into icy waters to depths of 50 feet without air tanks to retrieve shellfish to feed their families. But today, a pair of women in their eighties are among the last practitioners of this endangered tradition.

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Frankfurter, Viennese, Hot Dogs - It's All About the Sausage

32m 29s

Viennese ham on the bone is more and more considered to be a delicious MUST on the international breakfast table. But the most famous creation of the Viennese butcher is the Frankfurter sausage, probably also known under other names too – famed worldwide as "Vienna sausage" it is the main ingredient of the hot dog. The hot dog was born, perfect for the public at football and baseball games.

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Frankfurter, Viennese, Hot Dogs - It's All About the Sausage

32m 29s

Viennese ham on the bone is more and more considered to be a delicious MUST on the international breakfast table. But the most famous creation of the Viennese butcher is the Frankfurter sausage, probably also known under other names too – famed worldwide as "Vienna sausage" it is the main ingredient of the hot dog. The hot dog was born, perfect for the public at football and baseball games.

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Wonder Women S1E1 India

22m 01s

In India, the Dalit are the lowest caste in the social order, and girls are especially vulnerable to mistreatment, but a group of young women from the city of Dindigul are breaking tradition by becoming the first female performers in a drumming competition.

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Wonder Women S1E1 India

22m 01s

In India, the Dalit are the lowest caste in the social order, and girls are especially vulnerable to mistreatment, but a group of young women from the city of Dindigul are breaking tradition by becoming the first female performers in a drumming competition.

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Tokyo, Japan

5m 28s

Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.

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Paris, France

5m 18s

In this episode, Susannah is walking through the French capital, Paris. Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, Sacré Cœur and its street artists are on the program.In this episode, Susannah is walking through the French capital, Paris. Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, Sacré Cœur and its street artists are on the program.In this episode, Susannah is walking through the French capital, Paris. Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, Sacré Cœur and its street artists are on the program.

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Takanakuy

53m 00s

In a remote region of Peru, every December 25th, men, women and children fight to maintain their tradition.In these isolated mountains in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, among the illuminated Christmas trees, cribs and figurines, a five hundred year old tradition is perpetuated to settle conflicts: here, as a gift, every Christmas, friends, neighbours, enemies and acquaintances deliberately dispense the blows they have been withholding during the year.

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Takanakuy

53m 00s

In a remote region of Peru, every December 25th, men, women and children fight to maintain their tradition.In these isolated mountains in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, among the illuminated Christmas trees, cribs and figurines, a five hundred year old tradition is perpetuated to settle conflicts: here, as a gift, every Christmas, friends, neighbours, enemies and acquaintances deliberately dispense the blows they have been withholding during the year.

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The Power of Mountain Herbs | Season 1 | Episode 3 - Preserving the knowledge about the plants

50m 06s

The knowledge of the use of mountain herbs has been transmitted for centuries, if not millennia, inside families and institutions. Preserving this science is a mission that people all around the world are currently doing. Either the humble grandmother, who fears to not teach everything in time to her apprentice, the countryside doctor writing down what his patients learned from their parents or the 200 000 thousands books and 80 000 archived plants in European monastery.

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The Power of Mountain Herbs | Season 1 | Episode 2 – Mountains communities connected to the world

50m 06s

When we talk about “mountain herbs”, the first thing which come to mind are small villages using the nearby plants for local needs. Little do we know how those plants actually help villager all around the globe getting connected to the world.By cultivating plants to make alcohol, with secret recipe, or harvesting five centuries tea tree the families can improve their standard of living and stay in their ancestral home.

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Wayfarer | Episode 5 | Singapore

23m 47s

Inside one of the world’s most famous hotels - Raffles and its massive new make over. Luxury in a villa suite with private pool at Sofitel Sentosa. Check out Singapore’s top restaurants Burnt Ends, Bincho and Cheek by Jowl plus the coolest bars now open. The incredible Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. The Art Deco restaurant with a multi million dollar gin bar. Why Changi Airport is the world’s best, counting a butterfly zoo amongst its many attractions.

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The Last Nomads Iran

47m 13s

«The Last Nomads» features the greatest traditional journeys left on Earth as seen through the eyes of the people who still travel on them. From the Zagros Mountains of Iran to the frozen wastelands of northern Siberia, the Sahara to the Himalaya, these beautifully filmed documentaries give a unique insight into the very last human journeys still being travelled as they have been for thousands of years.

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The Last Nomads The journey of the Nenets

47m 20s

«The Last Nomads» features the greatest traditional journeys left on Earth as seen through the eyes of the people who still travel on them. From the Zagros Mountains of Iran to the frozen wastelands of northern Siberia, the Sahara to the Himalaya, these beautifully filmed documentaries give a unique insight into the very last human journeys still being travelled as they have been for thousands of years.

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The Last Nomads The Sea of Sand

47m 06s

«The Last Nomads» features the greatest traditional journeys left on Earth as seen through the eyes of the people who still travel on them. From the Zagros Mountains of Iran to the frozen wastelands of northern Siberia, the Sahara to the Himalaya, these beautifully filmed documentaries give a unique insight into the very last human journeys still being travelled as they have been for thousands of years.

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Shoyu and the secrets of Japanese cuisine

49m 17s

The Japanese discovered that a humble mould spore could transform soya beans into ‘Shoyu’, the soy sauce that is a pillar of Japanese cuisine. Sprinkle it on rice and the rice changes into sake... This mould is a tiny organism called ‘Aspergillus oryzae’ and mysteriously, it exists only in Japan!

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Dashi, essence of Japan

50m 15s

For centuries, the Japanese have learned to draw from the treasures of nature; their cuisine distills the very best from the country’s oceans, mountains and forests.

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Takanakuy

53m 00s

In a remote region of Peru, every December 25th, men, women and children fight to maintain their tradition.In these isolated mountains in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, among the illuminated Christmas trees, cribs and figurines, a five hundred year old tradition is perpetuated to settle conflicts: here, as a gift, every Christmas, friends, neighbours, enemies and acquaintances deliberately dispense the blows they have been withholding during the year.

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Faces of Terror

59m 36s

Why are Europeans, children of immigrants like Coulibaly or the Kouachis brothers, attacking their countries of birth? What leads them to reject the values of the nation in which they grew up, to be reborn as extremists of Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. What role does religion play and which religion? What propaganda and mental mechanisms are being used to convince this generation of killers that they must turn vigilante on behalf of their victimised Muslim world?

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Withered Green

1h 09m

A week in the life of Iman, who is trying to convince her relative to attend the engagement of her little sister, on behalf of their deceased father. She insists on complying with the traditions that she has been brought up with, making them her first priority.

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Boxing For Freedom

54m 59s

Sadaf Rahimi is the best female boxer in Afghanistan, but she must deal with her country’s traditions, fear and her own fate in order to be a free woman. Sadaf and her sister Shabnam joined the newly created women’s boxing team at the age of 13, when they returned to their country after being refugees in Iran.

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Boxing For Freedom

54m 59s

Sadaf Rahimi is the best female boxer in Afghanistan, but she must deal with her country’s traditions, fear and her own fate in order to be a free woman. Sadaf and her sister Shabnam joined the newly created women’s boxing team at the age of 13, when they returned to their country after being refugees in Iran.

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Goshen

1h 25m

‘Goshen – Places of Refuge for the Running People’ is a powerful documentary depicting the diet and active lifestyle of the indigenous Tarahumara, a light-footed running tribe, who are striving to maintain their ancient culture against all odds.

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