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19981122

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys. This week, the hunt for the true Amazons, around the world with chicken, and Carole Morin on the peace of luxury.

19981129

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys. This week, Kathleen Jamie travels around the boundaries of home, and thatcher Nick Hall talks about the binding powers of the iris.

19981206

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys. This week, the Bedouin provide lessons in water management, memory inspires a journey to the Himalayas and explorer John Harrison offers his recipe for survival in the Amazon.

19981213

Travel writer Rory MacLean introduces stories of travel. Conductor Hobart Earle discovers the spirit of Odessa.

19981220

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys. This week, Mick Brown goes on a spiritual journey.

19981227

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys. This week, Maxwell Hutchinson on the relics of empire.

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Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness which, in one form or another, is felt by us all. Sound Travels. The first of five programmes looks at sound travel. Producer John Dryden Repeat

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Unknown: Rory MacLean

Producer: John Dryden

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Unknown: Rory MacLean

Producer: John Dryden

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Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores wanderlust.

2: Shedding Skins. How easy is it to escape what we really are? Producers John Dryden and Dylan Winter Repeat

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Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores wanderlust.

2: Shedding Skins. How easy is it to escape what we really are? Producers John Dryden and Dylan Winter Repeat

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Unknown: Rory MacLean

Producers: John Dryden

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Unknown: Rory MacLean

Producers: John Dryden

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Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness which, in one form or another, is felt by us all. 3: Time Travel Producer John Dryden Repeat

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Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness we all feel.

4: There's No Place Like Home Everyone who travels does their best to make a home. But is it just a remake of the last one? Producer John Dryden Repeat

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Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness we all feel.

4: There's No Place Like Home Everyone who travels does their best to make a home. But is it just a remake of the last one? Producer John Dryden Repeat

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Nothing Stands Still. The last programme in the series in which

Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness that is felt by us all. Producer John Dryden Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970316]

Nothing Stands Still. The last programme in the series in which

Rory MacLean explores the incurable restlessness that is felt by us all. Producer John Dryden Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970316]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970316]
Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 September 199519950904

Producer: PROD

Next in series: PROG 6

Previous in series: PROG 2.

Broadcast history

04 Sep 1995 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

16 Mar 1997 21:00-21:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-31.

198B0119980419

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys.

The first of six programmes features a safari in Central Park, a new look at travel aids, travel by camel and a day in the life of a Bedouin.

198B0219980426

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys.

The second of six programmes features a loaf of bread, a glass of wine and many obstacles.

Kathleen Jamie speaks about the journey of minds, and Dea Birkett explores the longevity of tat.

And discover how oriental colour decorates your home.

198B0319980503

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys.

The third of six programmes features bikers who travel for the thrill of the ride.

Plus a year in China with chalk.

198B0419980510

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales which drive the journeys.

In the fourth of six programmes, Sanjeev Bhaskar travels around the world and takes the bus home.

Plus how to survive in alaska, and the ultimate long-distance drive.

198B0519980517

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys.

In the fifth of six programmes, the man who searches for the perfect piece of marble; the journey of salt; teaching capitalism in Ulan Bator; and the Czech grave digger who finds his role.

198B0619980524

Rory MacLean takes to the road in search of the tales behind journeys.

In the last of six programmes, Sanjeev Bhaskar travels around the world and takes the bus home.

And first-time wanderers tell all.

199B0119990516

Rory Maclean returns with a six-part travel series.

This week he journeys through the jungles of Borneo and discovers that all you need to face the fearsome Hawaiian surf is a blender and a selection of sticks.

199B0219990523

This week, Rory Maclean takes a trip across the Pacific to come to terms with bereavement, and journeys to India.

199B0319990530

This week, Rory Maclean finds tranquillity in the company of Australian fishermen and learns the secret of travelling in one's own time with veteran travellers Norman Lewis and Eric Newby

199B0419990606

This week, Rory Maclean travels into No-Man's Land, crossing France without a map, going walkabout with Australian Aboriginals and getting lost in Hong Kong.

199B0519990613

Travel writer Rory Maclean travels to Japan to confront cultural differences, faces the highest mountain in the west, and learns how to be as strong as a crocodile in Papua New Guinea.

199B0619990620

Travel writer Rory Maclean experiences farming in the windswept Falklands, cracks open the vodka in Russia and finally relaxes on a Caribbean cruise.

200A01The Charity Holiday20000103

In a six-part series Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

1: `The Charity Holiday'.

Whether you are considering a charity gap year before university or a sponsored trek across the Sinai, this programme highlights the possibilities and pitfalls of travelling in a good cause.

200A02Theme Park Nations20000110

Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

In the second of six programmes they explore the idea of what they call `theme park nations'.

200A0320000117

In a six-part series Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

3: This week, how some of the world's most spectacular sites are being threatened by our very presence in them - from the peaks of Mount Everest to the icy wastes of Antarctica.

200A0420000124

In a six-part series Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

4: This week a look at the adrenalin-fuelled trips that are becoming the new family holiday.

200A0520000131

In a six-part series Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

5: Travelling for the sake of mind, body and soul.

American culture camps which educate couples about the pasts of Vietnamese adopted children, plus the Irish pilgrimage rediscovered.

200A0620000207

Rory Maclean and guests consider the dilemmas facing today's traveller.

This week, an examination of the new international global code of ethics for tourism.

John Pilger explains why he believes the concept of ethical tourism is a contradiction in terms, and Misha Glenny discusses the dilemma about holidays in the war-torn Balkans.

X0119990910

Rory Maclean returns with a six-part travel series. 1: This week he journeys through the jungles of Borneo and discovers that all you need to face the fearsome Hawaiian surf is a blender and a selection of sticks.

X0219990917

Rory Maclean presents a six-part travel series. 2: This week, a stroll through a garden in time, a trip across the Pacific to come to terms with bereavement, and a journey to India.

X0319990924

Rory Maclean presents a four-part travel series. 3: This week he finds tranquillity in the company of Australian fishermen and, with veteran travellers Norman Lewis and Eric Newby, learns the secret of travelling in one's own time.

X0419991001

Rory Maclean concludes his travel series by travelling into no man's land, crossing France without a map, going walkabout with Australian Aboriginals and getting lost in Hong Kong.