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Fish sandwich: 4 ultimate fish sandwich recipes – a great Italian chef shows you how. Are you a fan of the tuna fish sandwich? Chef Lucio Mele at Pescaria reveals the secrets behind their gourmet sandwiches, i […]
Bazaruto archipelago – a fisherman’s life on a Dhow boat: tropical beaches and fresh seafood. With Mozambique beaches for a backdrop, the day starts with fish catching and ends with tasting some of the […]
In August 1992, simmering ethnic tensions in Georgia’s Abkhazia region exploded into a 13-month war between Georgian government forces, Abkhaz separatist forces, Soviet Russian government forces and North C […]
Today we’re in Altamura. I am Beppe di Gesu’, a bread maker in Altamura. Today we’ll see the process of making Altamura bread, which is a product of protected origin. The grain harvest ended in June, so what […]
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My name is Roberto Ugolini and I’m the owner of Roberto Ugolini Bespoke Shoes.
“The Fine Art of Shoe Making: I started in 1995 with a cobbler shop”
I started in 1995 with a cobbler shop. My job there was jus […]
Hello, my name is Frederick Marie, I am cycling around Africa.
Cycling around Africa: I will cycle 18,000 kilometres
I began in Johannesburg 3 months ago. From Johannesburg, I cycled to Mozambique, then L […]
We are in the capital of the Kakheti region, Telavi. We are in the centre of the city. This is Telavi Bazar.
We are in the department of poultry. Here you can buy all kinds of meat – goose, chicken, t […]
12 January 2010, 16:53. The capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince, is devastated by an earthquake measuring 7.0Mw. It affects 3 million people, and kills more than 220,000.
25 July 2010. I’m standing in front of P […]
I’m on the Kisian-Bondo Road (C27). I’ve just met the Kogelo community and I’m on my way back to my hotel in Kisumu.
Kogelo is the village in which Barack Obama’s grandfather and father, both also called […]
Tuscany and Umbria. Two fascinating regions, and two regions whose traditions, landscapes and histories make its visitors’ hearts beat faster. We went on the hunt for undiscovered villages, castles to sleep in, a […]
DAY 5 of 5 – Italy
Poggio Alle Mura – 0 km
What’s it like to wake up in the middle of one of the world’s most esteemed vineyards? And in addition, with a castle that rises up behind the vines? One wor […]
DAY 4 of 5 – Italy
Case Nuove Farniole Bagno Vignoni Poggio Alle Mura – 120 km
Are you ready to go shopping crazy?
In Farniole, in the province of Arezzo, there’s a little village which has all the s […]
DAY 3 of 5 – Italy
Montesperello di Magione San Feliciano Case Nuove – 11 km
What’s special about San Feliciano? Besides being a village situated on the banks of Lake Trasimeno and enjoying one of the mo […]
DAY 2 of 5 – Italy
Serre di Rapolano Montesperello di Magione – 66 km
A question strikes us the moment we wake up: did we explore every street in Serre di Rapolano last night? In the midst of so much […]
DAY 1 of 5 – Italy
Armaiolo Serre di Rapolano – 10 km
We’re in Armaiolo, a tiny village which is home to 80 souls. Build on top of a hill, Armaiolo is part of the Rapolano Terme district, a province of S […]
We are now going to weigh our batch. So we’ll put the demijohn on the scales.
“The Protection Consortium is the guardian of the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena”
We’re getting the pH metre ready, whi […]
This is the acetaia, where we keep our barrels containing the liquid that will become traditional balsamic vinegar. Normally, an acetaia is in an attic space, because it provides the ideal conditions for […]
Hi everyone, my name is Giuseppe Pedroni and I’m the owner of a small farm in the province of Modena.
“Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is a type of balsamic vinegar produced in the Emilia Roma […]
My name is Jamie Marie Lazzara and I make violins. I’m a master violin maker here in Italy.
When I was 15, I decided to make violins. I’m actually American, but I came here when I was 19, in Italy, to stu […]
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