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
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
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
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
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
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.
3 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

Lifestyle Episodes

Sleep expert gives five top tips to sleep well in lockdown

Sleep expert gives five top tips to sleep well in lockdown

Being confined to our homes many people have taken to the web to complain of one particular issue: sleep disturbance. Loughborough sleep expert Professor Kevin Morgan has shared his five top tips.
Press Association
#InThisTogether: How to deal with cabin fever

#InThisTogether: How to deal with cabin fever

Many of us are starting to feel stir-crazy self-isolating during the coronavirus crisis. But imagine being cooped up for 1 1/2 years! Romain Charles from the European Space Agency was -- and can tell us how to really deal with cabin fever.
6mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Coronavirus: How to avoid conflicts in quarantine | #InThisTogether

Coronavirus: How to avoid conflicts in quarantine | #InThisTogether

In isolation with your family or partner during the corona crisis? Here are seven tips on how to get along with your loved ones (without going crazy).
7mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Can AI Help Find a Cure for COVID-19?

Can AI Help Find a Cure for COVID-19?

Machine-learning systems are looking for molecules that will stop the progression of COVID-19, and treat symptoms. Researchers are working with GAN technology, which is also used to make deepfakes.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
China to lift travel restrictions on Hubei province

China to lift travel restrictions on Hubei province

China has announced that travel restrictions imposed on the province at the center of the country's coronavirus outbreak are to be lifted. But residents of Wuhan, Hubei's capital, will have to wait another two weeks before they're allowed to trave...
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Spaniards endure strict curfew with stoicism

Spaniards endure strict curfew with stoicism

Spain is one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus, and it's been under lockdown for more than a week. DW's Jan-Philipp Scholz listened to how Spanish people are coping with an exceptional situation.
2mins
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Deutsche Welle
Coronavirus: Foreigners stranded in Russian airports

Coronavirus: Foreigners stranded in Russian airports

Russia has closed its borders to foreigners as part of its coronavirus restrictions. That has left hundreds of people stranded in the country's airports. DW caught up with one Russian-Ukrainian couple in Moscow who were separated by the closure.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
A guide on how to speak to your kids about the coronavirus

A guide on how to speak to your kids about the coronavirus

Not sure how to explain the coronavirus to your children? We have six tips that will probably help you.
1min
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Belgrade: Life under the dictates of the coronavirus

Belgrade: Life under the dictates of the coronavirus

Serbia has extended curfew hours to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Public transport has stopped, and most shops, cafes and restaurants have been closed. DW visited one Belgrade family that's having to get used to plenty of togetherness.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Cancer drug to treat COVID-19?

Cancer drug to treat COVID-19?

A Spanish pharmaceutical company thinks its anti-tumor drug could be effective against the virus. The active ingredient was originally found in the waters around the Balearic Islands.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
India to go into nationwide lockdown amid outbreak

India to go into nationwide lockdown amid outbreak

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a three-week lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus. Beginning tonight at midnight local time, the country's 1.3 billion people will be barred from leaving their homes.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Hungary weighs extending state of emergency

Hungary weighs extending state of emergency

In Hungary, a two-week lockdown period has just started. Many Hungarians agree that a lockdown is necessary to slow the spread of the coronavirus. But others fear these extended emergency measures could hand PM Viktor Orban too much power.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Helping Bogota's homeless weather the pandemic

Helping Bogota's homeless weather the pandemic

Colombia's coronavirus outbreak is threatening the already precarious existence of Bogota's homeless people. Their vulnerability to contracting the virus is compounded by limited access to clean water, soap and medical attention.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Coronavirus and the Fake News outbreak

Coronavirus and the Fake News outbreak

False information, conspiracy theories and distorted images. As coronavirus spreads, so do the fake news stories.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
South Korean volunteers help the less fortunate

South Korean volunteers help the less fortunate

The number of new COVID-19 cases in South Korea has dropped but many who are vulnerable still need help. Volunteers are reaching out to help those less fortunate and most at risk.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
The corona pandemic has catapulted many artists into financial crises

The corona pandemic has catapulted many artists into financial crises

More and more German artists are being affected by the corona pandemic. Theaters and concert halls have had to close. Perfomances have been cancelled. Theaters and performers have unexpectedly plunged into an existential crisis.
1min
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Private initiatives in Spain help in COVID-19 crisis

Private initiatives in Spain help in COVID-19 crisis

Spanish hospitals are struggling to cope with a lack of personal protective equipment, like face masks. More and more private initiatives are springing up to provide doctors and nurses with homemade gloves and surgical masks.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
South Korea uses internet tech to rein in coronavirus

South Korea uses internet tech to rein in coronavirus

Although it was hit hard by the coronavirus, South Korea managed to rein it in quickly without a shutdown. No one knows for sure how it was done, but making use of internet technology to track cases and travel information seems to have helped.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
How Taiwan avoided a face mask panic

How Taiwan avoided a face mask panic

Taiwan will donate 10 million masks to countries hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, after finding ways to successfully manage a looming shortage of face masks for its medical staff and ordinary citizens alike. So how did the country do i...
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Vaccine development: A race against time

Vaccine development: A race against time

Scientists around the world are searching for a vaccine that can help in the fight against COVID-19. They are also looking at pathogens that caused past epidemics - like the Ebola virus which was first identified in 1976.
4mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Taiwan's effective coronavirus response

Taiwan's effective coronavirus response

COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in the US and Europe, while Taiwan has been able to contain the virus quickly. Since the SARS epidemic in 2003, the country has been preparing for the outbreak of a new virus. The immense effort and stringent measures...
3mins
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Deutsche Welle
Coronavirus threatens livelihoods in Bamberg

Coronavirus threatens livelihoods in Bamberg

The picturesque northern Bavarian town of Bamberg is a popular tourist destination. But visitors have stayed away since the coronavirus pandemic began. Traditional hotels and restaurants are now struggling to survive and hoping for government aid.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Covid-19: Spaniards fear for relatives in nursing homes

Covid-19: Spaniards fear for relatives in nursing homes

In Spain, nursing homes have been overwhelmed by coronavirus infections and deaths. Banned from visiting, relatives are fearful for their loved ones. DW correspondent Jan-Philipp Scholz has this report from Seville.
2mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
Kenyan police criticized for curfew enforcement

Kenyan police criticized for curfew enforcement

In Kenya, people have to get used to some stringent restrictions on daily life due to the coronavirus outbreak. The government has brought in an evening curfew, but there's been criticism of the way the police have been enforcing it.
2mins
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Deutsche Welle
TUI seeks aid amid coronavirus woes

TUI seeks aid amid coronavirus woes

TUI, the world's biggest tour operator, has secured EUR1.8 billion ($2. billion) in government aid as its business is ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
2mins
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Deutsche Welle
Small businesses in Germany apply for coronavirus lockdown aid

Small businesses in Germany apply for coronavirus lockdown aid

Government economists in Germany say the coronavirus will lead to an 'inevitable' recession. Lawmakers passed a EUR750-billion relief package to ease the pain. Small-business owners are applying for help, but getting through isn't always easy.
3mins
Health, ,
Deutsche Welle
How to eat well on a budget

How to eat well on a budget

If you're finding that there is more month than money, then finding ways to save will be quite high on your list of priorities. We've put together a list of practical tips on how to eat well on a budget that are easy to implement and effective.
2mins
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All4Women
Tips for shaving during lockdown

Tips for shaving during lockdown

Here are some tips from Anthony Laban from the Anthony Laban Barbershop for shaving during lockdown.
Press Association
Tips for haircuts in lockdown

Tips for haircuts in lockdown

Take a look at these tips from Anthony Laban, from the Anthony Laban Barbershop, for cutting your hair while in lockdown.
Press Association
Sleep Disorder Signs When To See A Specialist

Sleep Disorder Signs When To See A Specialist

American adults aren't getting enough sleep due to their busy lifestyles, and there's no sign of them slowing down anytime soon.
Stringr
5 Skincare myths we all need to stop believing

5 Skincare myths we all need to stop believing

It's time we set a few things straight – for your benefit, of course – which is why we decided to debunk some popular skincare myths…
2mins
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All4Women
Top 20 Red Carpet Looks of the Century So Far

Top 20 Red Carpet Looks of the Century So Far

These are the best red carpet looks of the century so far. For this list, we’ll be looking at our favorite outfits that women have worn for major red carpet events from 2000 to today.
Watch Mojo
Artist shares tips for creativity during coronavirus crisis

Artist shares tips for creativity during coronavirus crisis

Portrait painter Francesca Currie has been sharing ways in which people can connect and create with are in isolation. Through videos on YouTube, she has been teaching her followers to draw, paint and make clay to create art at home. Ms Currie shar...
Press Association
Top 10 Biggest Red Carpet FAILS

Top 10 Biggest Red Carpet FAILS

Try not to cringe while watching these red carpet FAILS! For this list, we’re taking a look at the most awkward, the most cringeworthy, the most uncomfortable red-carpet moments of all time.
Watch Mojo
Life on the inside: 10 hobbies to keep you busy during self-isolation

Life on the inside: 10 hobbies to keep you busy during self-isolation

The coronavirus shutdown could give you the opportunity to take up a hobby you've never considered trying before. Here are 10 top pastimes to get stuck into.
Press Association
Art gallery finds innovative way to keep public access to art

Art gallery finds innovative way to keep public access to art

Messums art gallery near Tidbury in Wiltshire has found an innovative way to maintain access to its art at a time when restrictions due to coronavirus have temporarily forced it to physically close its doors. Messums Wiltshire has used drones to...
Press Association
How to stay fit during lockdown

How to stay fit during lockdown

As Britain goes into lockdown it will be important for people to stay fit. While self-isolation can make it slightly trickier to maintain a fitness plan, there are still some simple ways to stay in shape.
Press Association
Coronavirus: Batch cooking for self-isolated families

Coronavirus: Batch cooking for self-isolated families

A look at batch cooking and freezing food to keep your family going while in self-isolation. Everyday items such as milk and cheese can be frozen to prolong their life, but larger batch-cooked meals can easily be created using fresh ingredients a...
Press Association
Wicks' first online PE session for children gets hundreds of thousands of views

Wicks' first online PE session for children gets hundreds of thousands of views

Ben and Isaac Rickett in Cheshire follow PE With Joe, a fitness workout by Joe Wicks that is aimed at children who are being homeschooled due to Covid-19. Wicks' attempt to keep the nation's children fit during the coronavirus crisis got off to a...
Press Association
The pure isolation of a mountain hideaway

The pure isolation of a mountain hideaway

Escape humanity in the untouched nature that surrounds Wolwehoek's single glamping unit, near Montagu in South Africa.
3mins
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24.com
The fight against coronavirus

The fight against coronavirus

A global threat calls for a global response. Scientists around the world are hard at work on a vaccine against coronavirus, and in Berlin, physicists are investigating how to reduce the spread of the respiratory disease.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
How wine is made in Cape Town's Constantia Valley

How wine is made in Cape Town's Constantia Valley

Take a sneak peek at this wine harvest at Constantia Glen - with award-winning winemaker Justin van Wyk.
4mins
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24.com
A Year To Fall In Love - Part Two

A Year To Fall In Love - Part Two

Twenty single hopefuls, aged 18-42, have agreed to a unique experiment, handing over total access to their personal lives over 12 months.
24mins
Sky Vision
How to run a virtual race during the Covid-19 pandemic

How to run a virtual race during the Covid-19 pandemic

After being frustrated in his attempt to run the Madrid Marathon during the Covid-19 pandemic, Rob Farrow decided to take matters into his own hands and set up Plan B - a virtual running competition. Events range from 1km kids' races, to full mar...
Press Association
Legoland Windsor launches Duplo Coaster

Legoland Windsor launches Duplo Coaster

The 'world's first' Duplo Dino Coaster is launching at Legoland Windsor Resort. It is part of a makeover of the Duplo Valley land. Inspired by a Duplo dinosaur, the ride is aimed at two to five-year-olds.
Press Association
12 Beauty terms you need to know if you love make-up

12 Beauty terms you need to know if you love make-up

The beauty world is teeming with new techniques and technology and it's almost impossible to keep up. From baking to non-touring, here are 12 beauty terms every beauty enthusiast needs to know.
3mins
All4Women
I Quit Hunting to Protect

I Quit Hunting to Protect

Recognizing that the Amazon is the lungs of the Earth, World Nomad Andi Brenner visits the local people of Mocagua, Colombia, who have given up hunting to protect the forest and its inhabitants. Swapping weapons for cameras, pencils, paper and GPS...
2mins
World Nomads
Travelling along the Equator

Travelling along the Equator

Looking for a bucket list trip? Here are the top spots to pass the centre of the Earth in 11 countries.
2mins
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24.com