|01||Travels In Kakania||20001008||20010806|
In the first of four programmes, he crosses the lands once described by the writer Robert Musil as Kakania, and meets painters, politicians, philosophers and rabbis as he makes his way from Vienna to Trieste.
|02||The Dragons Of Illyria||20001015||20010807|
In this programme, he crosses Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia, known collectively as Illyria by the Romans.
He meets poets, historians, rock musicians and artists who have been drawn into the vortex of war in the former Yugoslavia.
|03||Slow Train Through Transylvania||20001022||20010809|
Dennis Marks continues his journey across the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.
In the third of four programmes, he visits Transylvania - the birthplace of Dracula and of Bela Bartok, and the starting point of the Romanian revolution.
|04 LAST||The Kaiser's Crypt||20001029||20010810|
Dennis Marks concludes his journey across the Hapsburg Empire, reaching the dusty towns and muddy villages of western Ukraine.
He visits dying communities of Russian Old Believers and Orthodox Jews in Bukovina and in the birthplace of novelist Joseph Roth before returning to Vienna and the crypt that houses the bones of all the Hapsburg emperors.