An adventurous journey of faith is led by the throw of a dart at a world map as two philanthropists raise money and travel to random destinations with the purpose of helping the people or the land.
  • Travel By Dart

    An adventurous journey of faith is led by the throw of a dart at a world map as two philanthropists raise money and travel to random destinations with the purpose of helping the people or the land.

  • Lost Kingdoms of South America

    Dr Jago Cooper explores Peru, Bolivia and Colombia to reveal a continent's lost kingdoms.

  • Lost Kingdoms of Central America

    Exploring the rise and fall of the forgotten Central American civilizations with Dr. Jago Cooper.

  • Havana Curveball

    Mica, is a classic young teen. Enthusiastic. Idealistic. Dreaming baseball. At 13, he is studying for his Bar Mitzvah, the Jewish coming of age rite. An earnest kid, he takes to heart his Rabbi's requirement to help "heal the world." Imagining himself a savior of sorts, he launches a grand plan to send baseballs to Cuba, a country with a mysterious pull. He knows only that Cubans are poor and love baseball-and that Cuba saved his grandpa's life. On a hunch, his award-winning filmmaker parents pick up their camera. They know the U.S. embargo with Cuba-and the complications of growing up-will throw him a curveball.

  • Wheel of Life

    Meet El Oso “The Bear,”one of the founders of Cuban Salsa— Casino de Rueda. Still on the dance floor approaching 70, his charisma and fancy footwork broke new ground for black dancers after the revolution, and helped launch a global dance phenomenon.

  • Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World

    The contrast between the majestic statues of Easter Island and the desolation of their surroundings is stark. For decades, Easter Island has been seen as a warning for the planet as a whole: exhaust natural resources and the collapse of civilisation is inevitable. But Dr Jago Cooper believes that this is a disastrous misreading of what happened on Easter Island. Far from being a failure, the culture was a success story – and the real reasons for its demise were not the actions of its people.

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