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King of Chat: Jonathan Ross

King of Chat: Jonathan Ross

June 28, 2013
The broadcaster is rarely off our screens but he’s still had plenty of time to eat raw chicken in Japan and get stuck in Tangier’s airport for 12 hours. >>
The wandering star: Naomi Watts

The wandering star: Naomi Watts

May 02, 2013
Recent roles have taken the actress to Thailand, China and back to Australia, where her family moved when she was 14. >>
The original: Sir David Attenborough

The original: Sir David Attenborough

February 18, 2013
The face and voice of the BBC’s natural history programmes for over 60 years, Sir David Attenborough is a national treasure. His latest series, Africa on BBC One and Galapagos on Sky 3D, prove he’s still a wildlife authority and passionate traveller >>
The athlete: Mo Farah

The athlete: Mo Farah

December 14, 2012
The Somali-born British track and field star Mohamed ‘Mo’ Farah became a 2012 Olympics hero after winning two golds and delighting viewers and spectators with his trademark ‘Mobot’ pose. There’s nothing stopping him now as he travels the world, from Barbados to Oregon, ... >>
The globetrotting actor: Jason Isaac

The globetrotting actor: Jason Isaac

October 18, 2012
The Liverpool-born actor may be best known for his role as the bleached-haired villain Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, yet his film, TV and theatre career has spanned over 20 years, earning him numerous nominations and taking him across the world, from Australi... >>
The chef: Marco Pierre White

The chef: Marco Pierre White

September 11, 2012
Pierre White rose to fame as the first British chef to earn three Michelin stars, despite never having set foot in France at the time. Having retired as a chef, he now gets his kicks from running restaurants, TV appearances and indulging his taste for travel. Interview ... >>
The Entrepreneur: Sir Richard Branson

The Entrepreneur: Sir Richard Branson

August 15, 2012
Adventurer, fundraiser and tycoon Sir Richard Branson may live on a Caribbean island but the British multi-billionaire still has a soft spot for Devon, having holidayed there as a child, while his favourite destination is a rather grand lodge in South Africa. >>
The adventurer: Sir Ranulph Fiennes

The adventurer: Sir Ranulph Fiennes

June 06, 2012
Having conquered some of the planet’s toughest challenges, Sir Ranulph Fiennes is truly one of the greatest explorers of our time. Earning millions for various charities through his exploits, Fiennes was awarded the OBE in 1993 for ‘human endeavour and charitable servic... >>
The DJ: Norman Jay

The DJ: Norman Jay

March 08, 2012
After visiting New York and discovering disco and hip hop in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, Norman Jay forged a career as one of the most popular DJs in the world. One of the founders of Kiss FM, his Good Times sound system celebrated its 30th year at Notting Hill Carni... >>
The fabulous campaigner: Joanna Lumley

The fabulous campaigner: Joanna Lumley

February 07, 2012
Actress Joanna Lumley has several TV travelogues behind her, including a trip to track down the Northern Lights and, most recently, a Greek Odyssey. Having reprised her role as Patsy in Absolutely Fabulous last year, she’s back to her other role — as a campaigner, to en... >>
The born again Christian: Christian Slater

The born again Christian: Christian Slater

January 11, 2012
The Hollywood star’s new addiction is a far cry from his days as a hellraiser: travel. Inspired by a visit to Richard Branson’s South African game reserve, Ulusaba, Slater donated to its charitable project, Pride ’n Purpose, and he returned in December for the launch of... >>
The innovator: Bjork

The innovator: Bjork

November 10, 2011
Bjork’s new project, Biophilia, with an introduction by Sir David Attenborough, is a visionary multimedia experiment, released via an iPad and a series of apps. Using elements of nature like crystals and DNA strands to demonstrate how music is made, it was written in a ... >>
Traveller, not holidaymaker

Traveller, not holidaymaker

September 30, 2011
Actor Marc Warren is well versed in his role when venturing overseas... >>
The explorer: Moby

The explorer: Moby

September 28, 2011
The maverick dance music star (real name: Richard Melville Hall) combines his two loves, music and photography, in his new photo book and soundtrack of the same name, Destroyed. Based on the art of travel photography, his book is a collection of semi-abstract images — e... >>
The Hairy Biker

The Hairy Biker

May 27, 2011
Charley Boorman is best known for his trips with actor Ewan McGregor >>
Adventurer at Large

Adventurer at Large

April 05, 2011
Benedict Allen feels a duty to explain places to people >>
An Idiot Abroad

An Idiot Abroad

March 18, 2011
Karl Pilkington, star of An Idiot Abroad, is a reluctant globetrotter >>
Intrepid Traveller

Intrepid Traveller

February 14, 2011
Intrepid travel journalist Simon Reeve has been to almost 100 countries. >>

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Iceland: On location

The morning sun is barely visible, but the light illuminating the frozen lagoon is blinding. Gleaming crystal-clear shard...

Bangladesh: Otter fishing

A short, shrill shriek pierces the quietude of the Sundarbans' waterways. I become conscious of the hushed rustle of dens...

Mexico City: Spiritual sanctuary

On this balmy morning, big-bellied men slumber against gently swaying palm trees, and armed guards snack on churros outsi...


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