Carlo, on vacation in South Africa with his second wife Susanna meets her younger brother Giorgio.
Africa, the world's wildest continent. David Attenborough takes us on an awe-inspiring journey through one of the most diverse places in the world. We visit deserts, savannas, and jungles and meet up with some of Africa's amazing wildlife.
Survivor South Africa is the South African edition of the Survivor reality television game show format. As in all versions of the show, contestants are isolated in a remote location and progressively eliminated by the vote of their fellow contestants. The winner receives a prize of R1 million. The show is produced by Endemol and broadcast on M-Net. The first two seasons were hosted by Mark Bayly, and from the third season Nico Panagio took over the hosting duties.
Revealing each of Africa's stunning natural realms in turn, revealing little-known facts and showing how humans and creatures co-exist within this vast area.
Expedition Africa is an eight-part reality television miniseries that originally aired from May 31, 2009 to July 12, 2009 on History. Produced by Mark Burnett, the program follows four modern day explorers—a navigator, a wildlife expert, a survivalist, and a journalist—as they substantially retrace H.M. Stanley's famed expedition to find Dr. David Livingstone. Their route deviates somewhat from Stanley's in that it includes a treacherous crossing of the Uluguru Mountains, which Stanley circumvented. Additionally, whereas Stanley took roughly 8 months to find Livingstone, the explorers on the show have 30 days to complete the 970-mile journey deep into the interior of Tanzania.
Cowboy in Africa was an American Broadcasting Company television series produced during 1967-1968 by Ivan Tors and featuring Chuck Connors as the main actor. A 1966 television pilot show featuring Hugh O'Brian as Jim Sinclair, made into a movie and released to cinemas, was named Africa - Texas Style.
Mission Africa is a 12-part prime time television series produced by Diverse Bristol for BBC One and BBC Worldwide which follows fifteen trainees from the building trade, selected from hundreds of applicants across the UK, as they undertake various building and conservation projects. Traveling deep into the hostile frontier lands of Northern Kenya, with their expedition leader Ken Hames and new foreman Nick Knowles the team find themselves in the primitive Sera Conservancy, marooned by a dry river bed with no water, and to make matters worse a bull elephant to keep them company. Working side by side with local people the trainees have just six weeks to build an eco lodge, dig boreholes for water and help local wildlife experts repopulate the area with animals. The team of rookie builders, electricians, plumbers and architects have no experience of working and surviving in the African bush. They have to get the build completed while satisfying the needs of the local Samburu tribal leaders who need water for their domestic stock, as well as the wildlife they have been pledged to protect. Nick Knowles and former Special Forces Major Ken Hames put together the team, and are in charge of turning the volunteers into a united workforce. Ken, an expert on the African Frontier, also trains the team as wildlife rangers.
Big Brother Africa is the African version of the Big Brother reality game show. The show initially involved 12 countries within Africa with two countries being added in season 4 and two other countries being added in season 7. Each country provides a contestant living in an isolated house while trying to avoid being evicted by viewers and ultimately winning a large cash prize at the end of the show. The show is co-produced by Endemol South Africa.
To get a true understanding of the mysterious world of the rainforest canopy, a team of scientists, local experts and cameramen spend five weeks living and working on an elaborate network of treehouses and observation platforms in Gabon, Central Africa.
Africa's diverse terrain is as awesome as it is deadly. With scalding volcanic fields, scorched-earth deserts, and violent waterways, discover what lives in some of the world's most inhospitable places and see how these species have adapted to thrive where others would perish.
Unknown Africa is a 2007 documentary film from the BBC dealing with the environment and society of places in Africa.
Inside a volunteer year in South Africa catches the story of a volunteer year in South Africa in the years 2011 to 2012.
Idols adalah rangkaian kontes bernyanyi Idol Series yang diselenggarakan di benua Afrika bagian barat. Berasal dari Nigeria, yang ditayangkan pada tahun 2007 oleh stasiun televisi M-Net.
The Apprentice Africa is an African version of the original American Reality TV format, The Apprentice, hosted by Donald Trump. The show was hosted by Mr. Biodun Shobanjo, an advertising magnate, co-founder of Insight Communications and CEO of Troyka Group. It gathered 18 contestants from across six African countries: Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda,Kenya, Cameroon and Guinea. The show was aired in Nigeria on, Silverbird TV, Super Screen, and MBI Television; Ghana on; Kenya on; Uganda on; and Tanzania; premiered in February 2008 and ended in June 2008. The premier edition, shot in the Nigerian commercial capital Lagos, had eighteen episodes where contestants competed in seventeen business tasks requiring street smarts and corporate intelligence to conquer. Contestants were arranged into two groups and in each episode, the winning team was rewarded while the losing team meet the CEO and his associates in the boardroom to explain why they lost. The Project Manager for that task would choose two teammates perceived to be the reason for the lost or the weakest link in the team, one of whom would then be fired. Isaac Dankyi-Koranteng, a 31 year old Sales and Marketing Manager from Ghana, won the first season. He was hired by Biodun Shobanjo.
Idols adalah rangkaian acara realitas pencarian bakat bernyanyi yang ditayangkan dinegara Afrika Selatan sejak tahun 2002. Setelah sebelumnya mengadaptasi acara Pop Idol. Hingga kini telah memasuki musim keempat. Namun setelah memasuki musim ketiga, stasiun TV KykNet menyelenggarakan acara Afrikaans Idols yang telah memasuki musim pertama. Jadi dinegara Afrika Selatan tercatat terdapat 2 buah acara kontes bernyanyi.
Zain Africa Challenge is a televised academic competition for students of African universities, sponsored by Zain. Prior to the acquisition of MTC, Celtel's parent company, the competition was known as the Celtel Africa Challenge. The programme was an extension of Celtel’s corporate social responsibility initiative known as “Making Life Better”, further adopted and retained by Zain. It is produced by Richard Reid, who also produces College Bowl and Honda Campus All-Star Challenge in the United States. The Zain Africa Challenge is hosted by John Sibi-Okumu.