Grannies on Safari is an Emmy award-winning travel program syndicated in the U.S., featuring two African-American hosts, Regina S. Fraser and Pat A. Johnson. The program began airing in 2006 on Chicago's WTTW. Soon after, it was syndicated internationally by the UK Travel Channel and has been seen in over 117 countries and heard in 16 languages. The most recent third season can be viewed in over 300 PBS stations and on APT digital channel Create TV in the U.S.
What's grime music? Do superfoods have to taste awful? What's the difference between Grindr and Tinder? Barry Humphries and a team of senior investigative reporters provide an outsider's perspective of life in 2016, through reports, hidden camera experiments and comedy sketches. The results provide a fresh take on the mechanics of British society and culture, and a comedic look at the modern world's attitude to the country's burgeoning OAP population.