In the episode's final round, the two remaining blade smiths must forge one of the most iconic weapons from history - the Japanese Katana. Their swords will be pushed to the absolute limit, and the final test will determine which is stronger - their Katanas or a speeding bullet.
A temporal agent embarks on a final time-travelling assignment to prevent an elusive criminal from launching an attack that kills thousands of people. An investigation into an overlooked moment when top U. Cycling Up until , the sale of synthetic cannabis in New Zealand was considered a global test case for legalised drugs. With the introduction of tighter controls, the synthetics market has gone in hiding.
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With the introduction of tighter controls the synthetics market has gone underground, and the harm to the community has spiralled. At least 25 people are believed to have died from synthetic drug use in Trapped inside Golden Square, Charlotte's future looks bleak unless she can convince Lydia of her loyalty. Lucy makes a terrible mistake and Margaret must risk everything to save her daughters. Lucy makes a terrible mistake and Margaret must risk everything to save both of her daughters.
On New Zealand's North Island, Maggie discovers a microclimate responsible for some wonderful produce. Maggie and Simon discover how New Zealanders adopted and realised the commercial potential of two beautiful fruits, Feijoa and Kiwifruit. Maggie and Simon conclude their six week New Zealand odyssey. Simon checks out New Zealand lamb, one of the most iconic of all that countries products.
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Simon checks out New Zealand lamb, one of the most iconic of all that countries products and Maggie returns to Hawkes Bay to find out why Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world. Dinner Date is the show where people hope to find true love through their love of good food. One lucky person gets the chance to find romance as they enjoy three very special meals. One lucky person gets the chance to find romance as they enjoy three very special meals, cooked for them by three very special blind dates.
A visit to a local smoke house inspires the chefs to create an Ulster Scotch Egg. But will it go down well with the locals? Chef Luke Nguyen visits the beachside town of Nha Trang, a coastal town abundant with fresh seafood - and prepares char grilled lobster right on the beach. Chef Luke Nguyen visits the beachside town of Nha Trang while heading North along the coast, and goes fishing for cod in his uncle's cod farm. He also prepares wok tossed crab at his favourite restaurant in town. Luke discovers the floating fish markets by boat.
There, local ladies roam the beaches offering fresh crayfish and Luke, enthusiastically takes advantage of this and prepares char grilled lobster right on the beach. Luke visits Quy Nhon on the central coast of Vietnam. He cooks vegetarian fried rice with a Monk, learns how to make Tofu, and spends time with two old ladies making the best noodles around. Luke visits the town of Quy Nhon on the central coast of Vietnam and learns how to make fresh Tofu from scratch in a family farmyard environment. He also prepares a vegetarian delight at an historical Pagoda with the help of local Monks.
And finally, Luke learns the secrets of making the best noodles around. Luke hikes to the hill tribe villages of the Shan State and the township of Keng Tung, where he cooks some unusual delicacies and local marketplace favourites.
There he teams up with Aye, an Anh Shaman, to make an aromatic dried beef dish, before meeting Maypear of the Paluang people to cook her favourite salad. Inspired by the flavours and smells of the local marketplace, Luke creates a textural pork dish wrapped in bamboo. Luke makes it to the town of Chiang Khong in northern Thailand, where he literally catches the ingredients for his traditional Tom Yum fish soup and tasty northern-style frog curry. Luke then gets muddy catching frogs to cook for the hard working rice farmers' lunch, and later chops down a bamboo tree to use as a cooking utensil for his pork dish.
Eric visits a former chef colleague, now a farmer, whose mission is still all about taste and flavour. A chef's job is much more than cooking in a restaurant. Eric travels to Grand Cayman for a grand cookout and grilling competition with his friend Anthony Bourdain. Shane Delia's enthusiasm for food and culture comes together in this ten-part series, as the award-winning chef and author takes a culinary journey into Middle Eastern cuisine.
Shane heads to his homeland, the old Phoenician outpost of Malta where the aromatics and spices of the Middle East mingle with European traditions of the Mediterranean. From there, he follows Phoenician trade routes across the sea to Lebanon and the ancient port city of Tripoli, famous for its seafood, souks and sweets. Shane Delia's culinary journey into Middle Eastern cuisine continues as he explores the souks of Tripoli. There he learns how food traditions of the ancient port city have been shape. There he learns how food traditions of the ancient port city have been shaped by centuries of trade and travellers.
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Shane then heads home to create his own modern day Tripoli banquet of samke harra, mougrabieh and traditional ice cream. It's party time as Noah visits the world of the Wayne County Fair and then heads to the Lane County Fair in Oregon, the beaver state, for some dam fine coffee. In the season finale, Jack honours the truly amazing people and food he has encountered in the Kimberley with a long table dinner under the stars. Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn head to south county Down and in spite of torrential rain, they find inspiration from local food producers to create a three-course meal for some hungry band members.
Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn head to south county Down and in spite of torrential rain, they find inspiration from local food producers to create a three-course meal for some hungry accordion band members. After the exhilaration of the New Zealand trip this week's show opens with Maggie back on home soil - and almost knee deep in it too. She's trekking through mud with vegetable grower Dominic Scarfo. Working at the Hotel often keeps Simon busy late into the evening so he's not known for his love of early mornings, but this week he's made the effort to get up well before the crack of dawn.
Rick ends his culinary tour in Bangladesh, the country that spawned thousands of 'Indian' restaurants in Britain years ago. Not surprisingly, curry is at the top of his list. Rick starts his journey in Dhaka, where he discovers the intricacies of making a true biryani. The wild rainforests of Dominica hide many waterfalls and rivers.
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Ainsley takes a trip to its most famous waterfall, the Emerald Pool. Donal is exploring Japan, whose bakeries have been a big influence in the rise in popularity of wheat flour in Asia, and Kyoto has a reputation for great food. Jumping on a ferry to neighboring Macau, colonised by Portugal, residents here believe the custard tart, a favourite of Donal's, was in fact brought over by the Portuguese.
Maeve journeys into the world of Moroccan food and meets a range of top chefs and home-cooks who are passionate about their delicious cuisine. Maeve O'Meara takes you on a journey within your very own kitchen and makes the exotic familiar.
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In tonight's episode, Maeve explores the spicy world of Malaysian food. Maeve explores the spicy world of Malaysian food, whose devotees cross oceans for the best laksa, roti and curry. Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.
The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure. Their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and cooperation. The social organization, daily life, myths and beliefs of the main cultures of history addressed in a different tone, with touches of humour in a 'close-to-the-kids' language. Tao is now in the hands of Ambrosius.
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Ambrosius tries to return to his good graces, but Tao sees him as a traitor and refuses to give him his confidence. Finding My Magic is a children's rights education program designed to teach students about their rights and responsibilities. A unique look at the early life and development of young animals, edited and narrated from the viewpoint of the animals themselves. Elder Moort wanted goats milk to drink, he sent the boys into the gorges looking for a herd of goats.
They brought back a billy goat.
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