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Where presidents, Proust and Pompadour slept

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After a seven-year closure, the 18th-century chateau where royal mistress Madame de Pompadour once lived has reopened to the public.


Bad vibrations in Barcelona

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Find out what happens when you out an eccentric con artist in Spain.


Where Irish eyes are surfing

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Ireland's fickle weather can change without warning. But when ferocious winds meet 3,171km of crenulated coastline, adventurers can tackle waves up to 12m high.
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Ancient worlds: The story of civilisation

In this classic video from the BBC archive, historian Richard Miles travels to Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Anatolia and Greece, showing how past successes and failures shaped today's world.
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Five days in Russia's Ring of Fire

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After being all but off limits, Russia’s strictly protected Kronotsky Zapovednik opens to travellers, revealing 650kg bears and the world’s second-largest gathering of geysers.
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Turkey’s hidden holy land

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After years of violence, the newly accessible region of southeastern Anatolia offers dramatic landscapes and a rich heritage combining Turkish, Arabic and Kurdish culture.


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