Visiting Istanbul during Ramadan, Amanda Jurden comes to understand the meaning behind the ritual of fasting.
Tim Neville discovers how Georgian culture is preserved through the centuries-old tradition of polyphonic singing.
Considered the birthplace of wine and with a rich and difficult history, Georgia is emerging from its past as go-to-destination, from mountains to hike, forests and caves to explore and food to devour.
Joe Furey explores this ruggedly scenic region on horseback, gets invited to a wedding in Mestia, and meets the local Svan people.
In this episode, we explore Jordan, a safe, friendly and affordable middle-eastern destination, and we discuss climate change. What can you do to reduce your carbon footprint?
When her independent Emirati friend chooses an arranged marriage, Karin Louzado must reassess her own attitudes.
Joining a woman-led group tour, or one that incorporates many local women’s voices, is the best way to experience the history and culture through their eyes.
In this episode we take a road trip around Oman, stop off for some snorkeling, go camping in the desert dunes and get tips from a local on traveling to an Islamic country.
On a 10-day circular road trip around Oman, Sarah Duff combines unmissable sights with a mixture of off-the-beaten-track adventures.
A stranger in Oman for 14 years, Máté Földi finally embraces the culture in a way he never imagined.
After a lifetime of playing detective, Máté Földi goes on a trip to Argentina that shouldn't have happened, and finds what’s been missing all along.