Greenhills Media Episodes
On his journeys Fletch encountered other adventures and experiences that were too good to not share. They are from all corners of the globe and they find their home here, in Episode 10.
Wildlife draws millions of tourists to this part of the world often to massive game parks. Fletch elects to head for the smaller private park of Namiti Plains just outside of Johannesburg.
Fletch and Stig explore the diversity of this extraordinary North African country by journeying from Sea to Sand, beginning in the port of Essaouira, dominated by it’s fishing industry and fortress battlements.
Starting in the City of Angels Fletch explores the quirky side of LA structural art and comes across a character bigger than the city itself.
Working on the theory that the finest travel experiences happen in your own backyard, Fletch sets out to explore his home state of Victoria.
In Paris Fletch explores the city’s hidden secrets with photographerPatrick Colpron, including a clandestine tour of an abandoned railway line that encircles the city.
Part two of the road trip begins in the tranquil township of Abingdon where Fletch visits the grave of a distant relative and embarks on an emotional journey through his family tree with the help of genealogist Charlotte Williams.
Fletch heads to Scotland to meet bespoke bagpipe maker ‘Blue’ McMurchie and photographs a lone piper on a cliff top overlooking Edinburgh.
In this episode, host Alan Fletcher (Fletch) travels to the Land of Fire and Ice where he kayaks on a glacial lagoon, hikes across a glacier to discover a hidden ice cave and chases down a pod of elusive Orca in seas off Olasvik.