Lifestyle Shows

Buy Me

Buy Me

Buy Me follows the behind-the-scenes drama of real people trying to sell their homes in North America.
29 Episodes
Beyond
The Stagers

The Stagers

Follow Canada's home stagers - transforming drab homes that just won't sell into luxurious living spaces that have the potential to spark all-out bidding wars.
26 Episodes
Beyond
Rare Breed

Rare Breed

Rare Breed is a unique series that follows Northern Irish farming families across an entire year. Working hand in hand with nature and the weather we see how young and old share in this seasonal rhythm that brings food from the soil to the kitchen table.
24 Episodes
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The Kitchen Job

The Kitchen Job

Watch the man with the golden touch, restaurateur John Palino, bring restaurant and cafe owners back from the brink of ruin. His talent and passion for the business coupled with his willingness to jump in the deep end sees him help desperate owners get back on their feet.
20 Episodes
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Cafe Secrets

Cafe Secrets

Discover not just coffee in some of the most beautiful urban and rural cafes in New Zealand. Meet the people behind the counters and share in their stories and recipes.
16 Episodes
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Inside Lyndey's Kitchen

Inside Lyndey's Kitchen

Lyndey Milan has years of experience as a cook, teacher and mother. Now, she uses her signature streamlined style to teach lessons in the kitchen from the most rudimentary level.
9 Episodes
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Sri Lanka Discoveries

Sri Lanka Discoveries

Travel to Sri Lanka with World Nomads' Suresh Doss as he visits his homeland for the first time in decades to rediscover the delicious food, welcoming people and rich culture of the country. Searching for Sri Lanka's local bites and traditional cooking methods, Suresh learns that some of the best experiences happen when you head off the beaten path and visit the smaller towns.
9 Episodes
World Nomads
Lyndey and Herbie's Moveable Feast

Lyndey and Herbie's Moveable Feast

From Byron to the Riverina, the Hawkesbury to Tasmania, Moveable Feast showcases the outstanding produce and cuisine Australia has to offer.
8 Episodes
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Paul and Nick's Big Food Trip

Paul and Nick's Big Food Trip

Nick and Paul have known each other for over 20 years and are best friends. Their shared interest in food has led to a close friendship and they delight in getting a chance to travel and cook together.
8 Episodes
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All For One with Debbie Travis

All For One with Debbie Travis

Canada's beloved home renovating icon and best-selling author Debbie Travis travels across the country attempting to bring communities together.
7 Episodes
Beyond
Italy Discoveries

Italy Discoveries

From fresh, mouth-watering pasta made from scratch, to wine made from grapes grown on some of the world's finest vineyards, Italy's culinary soul ensures mouth-watering dishes for every meal. Join World Nomads Elena Valeriote, Tri Phan Quoc and Sofia Levin as they travel to the foodie paradise in search of traditional Italian food, and discover the local's passionate food culture and some secrets behind delicious Italian produce along the way.
7 Episodes
World Nomads
India Discoveries

India Discoveries

As a traveler, India can be both overwhelming and tremendously exciting. Join Caroline Pemberton from World Nomads as she navigates this incredibly diverse country and discovers the soul-stirring spirituality, culinary creations and remarkable locals that make up India. Travel with Caroline as participates in some of India's most ancient traditions, educates her belly with Indian food, and dispels her expectations of Dharavi, the largest slum in Asia.
7 Episodes
World Nomads
Canada Discoveries

Canada Discoveries

Discover Newfoundland, an island off the east coast of Canada, with World Nomads' Will McCloy as he experiences the rugged Canadian wilderness on an action-packed adventure trip. Come along for the ride as Will explores Cape Broyle's fascinating caves by sea kayak, straps on his boots to walk some of the world's greatest hiking trails, and experiences the thrill of hitting the rapids on Exploits River.
7 Episodes
World Nomads
James and Thom's Pizza Pilgrimage

James and Thom's Pizza Pilgrimage

Follow brothers James and Thom as they take to the road in a three-wheeled culinary tour of Italy. Behind the wheel of their Piaggio van, they explore the origins of the Italian dishes we all know and love and the vibrant food culture that continues to flourish.
6 Episodes
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The Farm Fixer

The Farm Fixer

Business expert Nick Hewer invests his time, knowledge and expertise to help farmers move into areas of business completely new to them.
6 Episodes
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Under the Grill

Under the Grill

Sean Connolly is given $4 million, 100 days and the lobby of Auckland's famous Sky City Grand Hotel in which to design, build and deliver his steak and seafood restaurant, The Grill by Sean Connolly.
6 Episodes
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Virgins Wanted

Virgins Wanted

Virgins Wanted is an observational documentary that follows one man and one woman as they seek to auction their first sexual experience.
6 Episodes
ABC
Learn.Travel.Create

Learn.Travel.Create

Go behind the lens and learn professional filmmaking and videography skills from World Nomads' Travel Film Scholarship mentor, Brian Rapsey, a filmmaker and director. From how to conduct an engaging interview and telling the perfect story, to essential camera tips you need to know, get your notebook ready as Brian shares the secrets he's learnt throughout his successful career. Brian has spent the past 20 years working in documentary, TV, and corporate film production. He's also been a lecturer for six years at one of Australia's premier TV and video production training schools.
6 Episodes
World Nomads
Indonesia Discoveries

Indonesia Discoveries

The stunning archipelago of Indonesia is a melting pot of cultures, cuisines and customs. Join Jo Raj from World Nomads as she travels in search of spiritual insight, local interactions and genuine travel connections. From the secluded beaches of Karimunjawa, and the rainbow village of Kampung Pelangi, to the orangutan-dwelling jungles of Northern Sumatra, Jo discovers the real Indonesia, away from the chaotic streets of Bali.
6 Episodes
World Nomads
Trinidad & Tobago Discoveries

Trinidad & Tobago Discoveries

From the mangrove swamps, teeming with wildlife, to the pristine, white-sand beaches that edge the incredible biodiversity of the underwater world, Trinidad & Tobago has everything you would expect of a Caribbean paradise, and more. Travel with World Nomads' Miles Rowland as he discovers the diversity of the islands, exploring the Gulf of Paria, Grande Riviere and Caroni Swamp, and gets his heart racing with a handful of adventure-packed activities, including mountain biking and wakeboarding.
6 Episodes
World Nomads
Great Escapes

Great Escapes

Combining travel and adventure, Great Escapes showcases the best destination-driven events across Asia Pacific. Entertaining and informative, this series reveals another side of holiday travel.
5 Episodes
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Argentina Discoveries

Argentina Discoveries

Join Gloria Atanmo from World Nomads as she explores the vast and contrasting landscapes of Argentina, discovering its incredible diversity along the way. From the Salta vineyards in the countryside of the north, to the colossal glaciers of the south, Argentina is a stunning juxtaposition of Mother Nature's best elements. Travel with Gloria as she uncovers the art of Argentine food, forms connections with the welcoming locals, and discovers a Latin American culture so passionate, you can't help but fall in love with it, too.
5 Episodes
World Nomads
Spain Discoveries

Spain Discoveries

Dive deep into the heart of Spain with World Nomads' Edwina Hart as she travels through every region of Spain. Edwina gets acquainted with the European country by connecting with the locals through food, and daily life around key historical sites.
5 Episodes
World Nomads
New Zealand Discoveries

New Zealand Discoveries

Dubbed the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown, famously known as the birthplace of bungy jumping, is a must for daring travelers looking to up their heart rate. Join Jabari Smith from World Nomads as he searches for adrenalin-pumping activities, stunning scenery and epic experiences in the action-packed New Zealand playground. From launching himself from dizzying heights to racing down raging rapids, watch as Jabari throws himself headfirst into adventurous Queenstown.
5 Episodes
World Nomads
Norway Discoveries

Norway Discoveries

Travel to the Scandinavian kingdom of Norway with World Nomads' Colleen Hagerty as she discovers the fascinating sites, unique tastes and original transportation modes of Europe's northernmost country. Join Colleen on her arctic adventure as she gets her heart-racing by ziplining through striking Norwegian scenery, masters mushing a team of huskies when dogsledding, and discovers enchanting Røros, a charming Norwegian village and UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Trøndelag.
5 Episodes
World Nomads
Tokyo Discoveries

Tokyo Discoveries

Discover Japan's cool capital, Tokyo, with World Nomads' Miles Rowland as he explores the city's quirky, innovative and fascinating food and culture. From visiting some eyebrow-raising locations, and operating an advanced android, to sampling the world-famous deadly poison Fugu fish, Miles discovers that, although things may seem unusual to an outsider, there's always more than meets the eye in Tokyo.
4 Episodes
World Nomads
Cuba Nomad Stories

Cuba Nomad Stories

Known for its colorful, colonial buildings and classic, antique cars, Havana is from another time. Join World Nomads' Stephen Friedman as he travels to Cuba and discovers the lively locals, fascinating history, and rich culture that contribute to Havana's magic. From learning about the youth culture that centers on hairdressing salons, and discovering that Cubans are the ultimate recyclers, to searching for the secret restaurants of Havana, Stephen discovers that there's much more to Cuba than cigars.
4 Episodes
World Nomads
Nepal Discoveries

Nepal Discoveries

Travel to Nepal with Will McCloy from World Nomads as he discovers the colorful food and customs that make the trekkers' paradise a cultural powerhouse. Join Will as he participates in the rich tradition of a Nepalese wedding, satisfies his senses by sampling local food, and finds the beauty in the chaos of Nepal's capital, Kathmandu.
4 Episodes
World Nomads
Brazil Discoveries

Brazil Discoveries

Delve deep into the heart of Rio De Janeiro and travel with World Nomads' Chris Noble as he takes on the Brazilian city and discovers what makes it tick. Join Chris as he experiences the passionate football matches, samba-fueled nights and crazy carnival celebrations that unite this huge South American country. Stepping away from the noise of the city's glitzy esplanade, Chris also discovers a side of Rio away from the partying, by exploring Rocinha, Brazil's largest favela, where he meets some of the residents and learns their fascinating stories.
4 Episodes
World Nomads
Cuba Discoveries

Cuba Discoveries

Discover the vibrant country of Cuba with World Nomads' Mabel Moreno as she travels to Havana and Trinidad to explore the magic of these cities. Experiencing a world of contrasts - from the rain and sun, to the noise and quiet - Mabel discovers the colors of Cuba by forming local connections. Watch as Mabel gets lost in the mosaic-filled town of Jaimanitas, discovers the serenity of Parque Almendares, and learns how to make a Canchanchara, the cocktail of Cuba.
3 Episodes
World Nomads
Colombia Safe Travels

Colombia Safe Travels

Notorious for exporting cocaine, Colombia is no stranger to the drug scene. But it's important to know what you're really buying into as a traveler. Locals have an extremely poor view of foreigners that visit Colombia to buy drugs, as they have caused extreme destruction and damage to Colombian society. Join World Nomads' Stephanie Hunt as she travels to Colombia to learn more about the country's drug culture, and the risks that travelers should be aware of, including the mind-controlling drug borrachero.
2 Episodes
World Nomads
Positive Footprints

Positive Footprints

At World Nomads, we believe all travelers have a responsibility to give back. That's why we founded The Footprints Network as a way to enable our customers to fund charity projects in the places they visit. From the coast of Colombia, to the north of Vietnam, watch as we leave positive footprints all over the world. In this series, you'll see how the small customer donations made, when buying World Nomads travel insurance, quickly add up to fund a number of projects, including education in Nepal, and local tour operators in India.
1 Episode
World Nomads

Lifestyle Episodes

Jamie Oliver opens his smallest eaterie in a cabmen shelter

Jamie Oliver opens his smallest eaterie in a cabmen shelter

Shell and Jamie Oliver have today announced a new collaboration 'Jamie Oliver deli by Shell' which is set to revolutionise forecourt food. To celebrate the launch, the chef set up his smallest-ever eaterie to road-test the food.
Press Association
Marathons to run in 2019

Marathons to run in 2019

A rundown of some of the incredible places where you can take on a marathon this year.
Press Association
Kate Moss's most iconic fashion looks

Kate Moss's most iconic fashion looks

Ahead of the British model 's birthday we have a look at her endless career and at her most iconic looks.
Press Association
Swabian Hall suckling pig

Swabian Hall suckling pig

Simon Kaiser from the restaurant "Das Esszimmer" in in the southern German state of Baden-Wurttemberg is promoting the comeback of an old breed of pig for gourmets, the Swabian Hall swine.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
DIY: Lego key rack

DIY: Lego key rack

Tend to misplace your keys? DIY expert Franziska Kouidis can help. This time, she shows you how to create a cool key rack using Lego.
2mins
Deutsche Welle
Exercise and motivation - the expert's opinion

Exercise and motivation - the expert's opinion

Why we all need to stop making excuses and start exercising: In Good Shape Fit talks fitness and motivation with sports psychologist Prof. Ralf Brand from the University of Potsdam.
8mins
Deutsche Welle
Chronobiology - adapting to biorhythms

Chronobiology - adapting to biorhythms

Achim Kramer has developed a blood test which gives information about an individual's chronobiological predisposition. The chronobiologist works at the Institute for Medical Immunology at Berlin's Charite Hospital.
10mins
Deutsche Welle
One house, two roofs

One house, two roofs

In southern Poland, architect Robert Konieczny has designed a house that is one with nature. Its second roof has a spire that is embedded in the ground. The Ark house's minimalist style makes it an oasis of peace.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Wonderful Winter

Wonderful Winter

Winter isn't just cold and grey, and it surely doesn't deserve less appreciation than the other seasons. DW shows all the lovely sides of the year's coldest season, and how Scandinavia has learned to embrace it.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Mum-of-two Hayley Cook loses six stone to become Slimming World's Miss Slinky 2019

Mum-of-two Hayley Cook loses six stone to become Slimming World's Miss Slinky 2019

Hayley Cook, from Didcot in Oxfordshire, shed six stone to be named as Slimming World's Miss Slinky 2019. The mother of two went from a size 18 to a size 10 after suffering from gestational diabetes during both her pregnancies.
Press Association
Five Incredible Houses in Europe

Five Incredible Houses in Europe

A house in Portugal has no front windows; a house in Poland is just 2 arms' lengths wide, a silo in the Netherlands becomes a home: 3 of 5 European houses you wouldn't at first glance think could be all that habitable.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
Bulgaria's Capital: Sofia

Bulgaria's Capital: Sofia

A visit to Sofia: thousands of years of history have given the city much to offer, from reminders of ancient times to monumental communist-era buildings.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
What's in Store for 2019?

What's in Store for 2019?

A spot of clairvoyance to predict the future is especially popular at New Year's. Plus, the Matterhorn - easily the most distinctive peak in the Alps. And: chocolate made with mustard and onions for the adventurous.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Treating eye problems

Treating eye problems

When our eyesight starts to fail, eye disease could be the cause. We talk to Prof. Antonia Joussen of Berlin's Charite Hospital about the progression of various diseases and the treatments that are available.
8mins
Deutsche Welle
Where to visit in 2019?

Where to visit in 2019?

With the new year fast approaching, we take a look at the travel destinations to visit in 2019.
Press Association
Davos in Winter

Davos in Winter

Every year global attention turns to Davos for the World Economic Forum. But beyond that, the Swiss resort has a long history with winter sports.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Hygge - A Danish ritual

Hygge - A Danish ritual

The Danes are ranked as the world's happiest people. Hygge may have something to do with it. Difficult to sum up in one word, "hygge" is a Danish ritual of enjoying life's pleasures.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Board games make a comeback

Board games make a comeback

Board games in Germany are enjoying a revival. Even in Silicon Valley, computer nerds are taking part in this old-fashioned fun.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Rediscovering the lost art of listening

Rediscovering the lost art of listening

The German start-up "PLAYTIME One Album" invites people to sit in a theatre and listen consciously to old vinyl records with no distractions.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
Winter quarters: Sleeping in a TV tower

Winter quarters: Sleeping in a TV tower

The Jested hotel is a former TV tower from 1973, located in the Czech Republic. The rooms resemble cabins on a spaceship. DW headed there for night's stay.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Desserts on high

Desserts on high

There's a special treat awaiting customers at the highest patisserie in Austria: Kaiserschmarrn! The pancake-based dish is easy to make, and it's one of the country's most popular desserts.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Leg of lamb from Poland

Leg of lamb from Poland

The region around Zakopane, Poland, is famous for Oscypek cheese and lamb dishes. Chef Sylwester Lis, from the Hotel Bukovina, cooks a very modern version of lamb.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Swiss cheese fondue

Swiss cheese fondue

Cheese fondue is a staple of the Swiss diet, especially in winter. The oldest recipe dates back to the 17th century. Learn which cheeses are best used to serve up this delicious, winter treat.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Tea as a lifestyle drink

Tea as a lifestyle drink

Tea is the new coffee - at least according to the US hi-tech magazine "Wired." That seems to hold true for Germany, where Germans now drink an average of 28 liters per year.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Testing winter trend sports equipment

Testing winter trend sports equipment

DW reporter Meike Kruger tested equipment for four new winter trend sports: the airboard, snow fox, the ski bockerl, a kind of wheelless mountain bike on short skis, and the SMX at Oberstorf's Snow park.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Strange sounds at the Ice Music Festival

Strange sounds at the Ice Music Festival

At the Eismik Festival in Geilo all instruments are made of ice. The concerts take place on the coldest nights in Norway when temperatures drop to minus 20 degrees Celsius.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe

Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe

"Silent Night": the story of the world's most famous Christmas carol. Plus: an environmentally friendly alternative form of transportation. And: into the oven - in Germany, goose is a classic German Christmas dinner.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Unique wooden self-assembly toys

Unique wooden self-assembly toys

The mechanical toys by Ukrainian company Ugears have fans all over the world. The 3D models are made entirely from wood and are slotted together - no glue is needed. The result: delicate retro-looking contraptions.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
The world's largest gingerbread city

The world's largest gingerbread city

There's an entire miniature gingerbread city in Bergen, Norway. Visitors can marvel at the more than 2,000 delectable creations -- including castles and churches. It's all on display until December 31st, 2018.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Five exercises for Boxing Day boxercise

Five exercises for Boxing Day boxercise

A look at five boxercise tips for a Boxing Day workout. Gary Logan, head of boxing at BXR London, goes through exercises to burn off the Christmas dinner.
Press Association
Dental phobia - The expert's view

Dental phobia - The expert's view

In Good Shape talks to dentist Stephan Ziegler about oral hygiene, the causes of dental phobia and how it can be managed.
9mins
Deutsche Welle
Glowing sculptures made of paper

Glowing sculptures made of paper

Are they lamps or sculptures? The glowing papier-mache objects created by Frederic Guibrunet and Sophie Mouton-Perrat from France shed poetic light at the darkest time of the year.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
At home with Santa

At home with Santa

Way up in the Arctic Circle, near the town of Rovaniemi, there's an amusement park with all the trappings of Christmas. DW heads north to meet Santa in his very own village.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
The Home of Glass Christmas ornaments

The Home of Glass Christmas ornaments

In the 19th century, a glassblower from Lauscha decided to use glass to make ornaments for the Christmas tree. They soon became a huge success around the world and are still made by hand in Lauscha today.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
The Wild Beauty of Spain's Galicia

The Wild Beauty of Spain's Galicia

Galicia in northwestern Spain combines breathtaking countryside, rugged coastlines and picturesque fishing villages. In the many bays along the Atlantic coastline, mussels are still cultivated by traditional methods.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Desserts on high

Desserts on high

There's a special treat awaiting customers at the highest patisserie in Austria: Kaiserschmarrn! The pancake-based dish is easy to make, and it's one of the country's most popular desserts.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Intricate Paper Snowflakes Ornaments

Intricate Paper Snowflakes Ornaments

Our DIY expert Hang-Shuen Lee shows how to make unique Christmas tree ornaments from paper snowflakes. All you need is paper, scissors, a box cutter, glue and a little imagination.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
Turning classic masterpieces into Pop Art

Turning classic masterpieces into Pop Art

In one of Tomoko Nagao's works, Venus de Milo pops out of a Play Station console instead of a scallop shell. Nagao uses contemporary culture symbols to create colorful Micro Pop updates of classic masterpieces.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Adrenalin rush: Freerider Benedikt Mayr

Adrenalin rush: Freerider Benedikt Mayr

German freerider Benedikt Mayr loves his adrenalin-fueled sport. He travels the globe, in search of mighty mountains and steep slopes. And he makes videos of his eye-watering stunts, too.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
A visit to festive Potsdam

A visit to festive Potsdam

At Christmastime, Potsdam gets decked out in modern and traditional decor. The bluish lighting downtown is a modern touch. The Sinterklaas Fest in the Dutch Quarter harks back to the heritage of the Prussian kings.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Duchess of Cambridge: 2018 fashion highlights

Duchess of Cambridge: 2018 fashion highlights

With the Christmas season approaching we take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge's 2018 fashion highlights.
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Duchess of Sussex: 2018 fashion highlights

Duchess of Sussex: 2018 fashion highlights

With the Christmas season approaching we take a look back at the Duchess of Sussex's 2018 fashion highlights.
Press Association
South Tyrolean cuisine in an alpine chalet

South Tyrolean cuisine in an alpine chalet

The menu at the Sofie Hutte in the Val Gardena is more extensive and diverse than at the usual skiing chalet. Chef Markus Prinoth cooks bacon dumplings using typical products from the Dolomite region of South Tyrol.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Lyon Illuminated: the Fete des Lumieres

Lyon Illuminated: the Fete des Lumieres

Over four million visitors flock to Lyon's "Fete des Lumieres" light festival every year. Along with stunning light displays, the French city opens the streets to dance performances, concerts and millions of candles.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
The creepy Krampus run

The creepy Krampus run

In the run-up to Christmas, the evil companion of St Nicholas, the Krampus, strikes fear in the hearts of naughty Austrian children. Our reporter transformed himself into the terrifying figure and took to the streets.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
South Tyrolean cuisine in an alpine chalet

South Tyrolean cuisine in an alpine chalet

The menu at the Sofie Hutte in the Val Gardena is more extensive and diverse than at the usual mountain chalet. Chef Markus Prinoth cooks bacon dumplings using local products from the Dolomite region of South Tyrol.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
How to dress your Christmas tree

How to dress your Christmas tree

A step-by-step guide on how to dress your Christmas tree in style with Ikea.
Press Association
Christmas tradition: Nuremberg gingerbread

Christmas tradition: Nuremberg gingerbread

The southern German town of Nuremberg has been known for its gingerbread since the Middle Ages. It's a Christmas specialty that can be enjoyed at the local festive "Christkindlesmarkt".
4mins
Deutsche Welle