Indian Ocean With Simon ReeveHD
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In a new six part series Simon Reeve travels around the edge of the Indian ocean, in an epic and exotic journey that takes him from the paradise islands of the Maldives to the front line of the war against piracy and terror on the streets of mogadishu.
|1||HDVideoSouth Africa to Zanzibar||This first leg of Simon's journey takes him from rugged coast of South Africa, where he joins the fight against wildlife poachers, through Mozambique and on to the tropical island of Zanzibar. On the way he swims with sharks, meets the refugees who have found shelter in a luxury beachfront hotel and travels on a huge container ship fortified against the constant threat of pirates.||58:54||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoMadagascar to the Seychelles||Simon Reeve visits the tropical Indian Ocean Islands of Madagascar, Mauritius and the Seychelles on the second leg of his journey. Amid the paradise of coral reefs and jungles full of spectacular wildlife, Simon witnesses some of the threats to the Ocean, which include over-population and piracy.||59:30||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoKenya and the Horn of Africa||The third leg of Simon Reeve’s journey is the most dangerous, as he travels to Mogadishu, the war-torn capital of Somalia. He starts off in the south of Kenya and travels up the Indian Ocean coast to Mombasa, visiting the beautiful Tana Delta and meeting villagers facing eviction from the area. He sees the beautiful island of Kiwayu before going on to Somalia and Mogadishu, where he travels with Ugandan soldiers from the African peace keeping force.||58:36||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoOman to the Maldives||This stage of Simon Reeve's journey around the spectacular Indian Ocean takes him from Oman to the Maldives. He starts in the remote and otherworldly Musandam peninsula, on the Strait of Hormuz. His journey takes him to Mumbai, the Indian Ocean's biggest port, and then on to the Maldives - perhaps the most beautiful collection of tropical coral islands in the world.||59:02||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoSri Lanka to Bangladesh||Simon visits Sri Lanka, where he discovers that the Chinese are building a huge new port in the south. He also visits the north of the island - scene of vicious battles between fighters from the Tamil minority and the Sri Lankan army. Heading north from Sri Lanka Simon investigates one of the Indian Ocean’s fastest growing industries – prawn fishing. His journey in this episode ends with one of the most amazing sights of the whole Indian Ocean: the ship breaking beaches of Chittagong in Bangladesh, where dozens of huge tankers and container ships are beached before being broken up for scrap.||59:06||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoIndonesia to Australia||The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins on the northern tip of Sumatra and takes him to the south western corner of Australia. In Banda Aceh, Sharia law is in force and Simon goes on a patrol with the local vice and virtue squad. In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, Simon investigates the shocking trade in exotic pets. Next stop is the island paradise of Bali, where Simon joins a family of seaweed farmers. It's then on to Australia, where Simon visits the unspoilt wilderness of the Kimberely. His journey ends at Cape Leeuwin, where he draws conclusions from his journey.||58:52||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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Absolutely Amamzing! !!
This is one of the greatest documentaries I have seen for a very long time. Simon really gets into the deepest parts of every place he visits.
The scenery is just spectacular also. Breath taking!!!
I have just purchased the seasons pass and I am very excited about the forthcoming EP's.
WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!!!
Fascinating and intellectually engaging
Indian Ocean With Simon Reeve has broadened and updated my knowledge on the difficult problems of overfishing, pollution, global climate change, plastics (eek!), deforestation, and war. This documentary provides a unique view into the diverse cultures and beautiful lands around the Indian Ocean.
I am truly fascinated by both the joyful and heartbreaking stories of the people Simon visits. So much so that I am unaffected by the understandably unavoidable shaky camera work which usually sends my stomach turning. Each episode of this series takes the audience through a range of emotions, from being humbled to being frustrated to being very much amused at seeing Simon eat the local ‘delicacies’.
I highly recommend this series, along with all of Simon’s other documentaries, to everyone. The problems presented will eventually affect all of us, and if we are ever to come up with solutions, we need to be aware of exactly what the problems are.