In search of the truth behind the story of Noah's Flood, Joanna Lumley and her team examine the theory that Noah's Ark was preserved on Mount Ararat, in Turkish Armenia.
Irrepressible flower designer Joanna Pyliotis shares her refreshing and innovative methods for creating memorable flower designs and displays in this unique workshop that showcases her trademark unconventional approach. Emphasizing originality, creativity and fun, the irresistibly optimistic artist demonstrates the joy of this nature-inspired art form and attests to the joy it can bring to those who embrace it.
In 1429 a teenage girl from a remote French village stood before her King with a message she claimed came from God; that she would defeat the world's greatest army and liberate her country from its political and religious turmoil. Following her mission to reclaim god's dimished kingdom - through her amazing victories until her violent and untimely death.
Turner Prize-winner Luke Fowler's film focuses on the life and work of the socialist historian EP Thompson and his involvement with the Workers Education Association. Presented in a documentary style format, combining archive and contemporary footage, the film questions our notions about how history is constructed.
A divinely inspired peasant woman becomes an army captain for France and then is martyred after she is captured.
Joanna Lumley's grandest and most challenging journey yet, a breath-taking odyssey from Venice to the Chinese border along the veins of the ancient Silk Road. Joanna's odyssey will see her travel through an array of fabulous landscapes. Starting in the Chinese city of Xian, she will cross continents, deserts, mountains and steppe.
Joanna Lumley returns to the country of her birth for a deeply personal journey around the vibrant and unique country of India, traveling its length and breadth, an immersive and extraordinary exploration of its diverse landscapes, varying cultural traditions and incomparable spirit. Along the way, she meets an eclectic mix of people and discovers how independence has shaped India into the constantly evolving and endlessly fascinating country it is today.
The British actress goes on a 2,000 mile journey across the four main islands of Japan, travelling from North to South meeting local people and absorbing the culture.
The cameras follow Joanna Lumley as she travels from East to West on a Trans-Siberian adventure. She starts in Hong Kong and crosses 5777 miles of both Asia and Europe, through seven time zones, taking in an immense panorama of vistas and cultures, people and places, before her final arrival in Moscow.