Deep South U.S.A. is the second episode from the sixth season of the PBS television series Globe Trekker in which Ian Wright travels to the southern United States to see the birthplace of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. before attending a Civil War re-enactment. Deep South U.S.A. first aired in 2007.moreless
Join Sami Sabiti on his journey to the States of Washington and Oregon. Points of interest include the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Mount St Helens, and the historic town of Astoria, where Lewis and Clarke once explored.moreless
Florida and the Bahamas are the most popular tourist destinations in the world, with much sun and beach, along with Florida's famous theme parks. Join Lavinia Tan on her trip to experience being an astronaut, watch alligator wrestling, dive with sharks, and kayake through a tropical nature reserve,moreless
Welcome to the Central African country of Cameroon. Join Zay Harding exploring different ethnic groups in the country, including those who predict his fortune using crabs. Zay also met the king of the chiefdom of Oudjilla, along with the king's fifty wives.moreless
Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. and has the longest coastline combined. Join Ian Wright travels in the wilderness, meeting Athabascan Indians who eat salmon in the summer and moose in the winter.moreless
The Caribbean is known for its beautiful islands, including Trinidad, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Guadeloupe, Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Join Justine Shapiro, Ian Wright and Megan McCormick to experience the region's cultures and history, as well as the landscapes and breath-taking seascapes.moreless
Everyone goes to the Capital of the U.S. for a reason, and Justine Shapiro is on her mission to find the real D.C. She even got to meet Orrin Hatch, Republican senator from Utah, touring through the Capitol building.moreless
San Franciso requires no introduction, famous for Alcatraz, Chinatown, Golden Gate Bridge, and the neighborhood of Castro.
Join Justine Shapiro on a Greyhound bus, touring the liberal city of the bay area.
Welcoming to the city of Rome, the home to one of the world's most ancient civilizations. Join Estelle Bingham on her journey to Rome, touring the Forum, Michelangelo's beautiful Piazza Campidoglio, and the oldest church in Rome, Santa Maria. And she even got to learn how to make an authentic pizza.moreless
In 1803, the French sold New Orleans to Americans for merely $15 million. The land, however, is below sea-level. But the city was built on such a challenging foundation, and survived. Join Justine Shapiro tour The Big Easy, including the historical French Quarter.moreless
Beijing is the capital of China. It's described as the "Promised Land" as well China's largest theme park. Join Megan McCormick travel through the ancient city, from Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, to the Great Wall.moreless
Egypt is one of the world's oldest civilizations. Join Megan McCormick as she travelled trhough the city of Cairo, and visit the local bazzar -- The Bazaar of Khan al-Khalili. It has been open since the middle ages.moreless
Vienna is home to Mozart and Freud. It is the capital of Austria, a mountainous country famous for the Alps. Join Ian Wright in the city with his odd findings, including the tooth of John the Baptist.moreless
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