Friday February 21, 2020

Travelling to entertaining extremes

Travel programmes - and I don't mean those of the paella and paddling pools variety - draw the armchair viewer out into the dangerously wild world, taking them to places they're never likely to see.

16th April, 2005

Travel programmes - and I don't mean those of the paella and paddling pools variety - draw the armchair viewer out into the dangerously wild world, taking them to places they're never likely to see.

Should they have a duty of care to the viewer? A simple thing, like not seriously misrepresenting a place or its people. This doesn't mean they should all be as appetite-suppressing as a boiled sheep's eye. Manchan Magan's various travel...

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