Discovery to premier ‘Arabia with Levison Wood’ on 5th September

Discovery India is going to premier ‘Arabia with Levison Wood’ on Discovery Channel and Discovery HD at 9 pm on Thursday, 5th September.

Discovery to premier ‘Arabia with Levison Wood’ on 5th September

This brand new show will join the British explorer as he circumnavigates the Arabian Peninsula having a gruelling 5,000-miles journey that sees him travel through 13 different countries, immersing himself in the lives of locals in a bid to challenge the myths and stereotypes that plague this ancient land.

This is a 5-part weekly series which will air every Thursday at 9:00 pm on Discovery Channel and Discovery HD starting September 05.

Levison has spent several years as an Officer in the British Parachute Regiment serving in Afghanistan and working as a photographer and writer travelling to over 90 countries worldwide, he has seen the devastating realities of war first-hand.

This five-part series looks at each country through the eyes of its people, exploring the lives and experiences of a range of vastly differing characters like: Syrian grandmothers, Iraqi snipers, swamp dwellers, smugglers, pirates, gunmen, shepherds, drug dealers, freedom fighters and nomads, with each episode reflecting the changing environments and unique communities along the route.

Arabia with Levison Wood sees Levison begin his journey on the edge of Arabia in Kurdistan and culminates in Lebanon where he travels from Hezbollah’s heartland to the snowy highlands forging his way through a raging blizzard that almost takes the life of his mountain guide.

It’s through this ambitious expedition that Levison will look beyond the preconceptions people hold, uncovering the stories of both sorrow and hope amid complex politics and the constant threat of violence and war, to better understand this complicated and diverse land.

Discovery has aired previous journeys of Levison also including ‘Walking the Himalayas’, ‘Walking the Nile’, ‘Walking the Americas’, ‘From Russia to Iran’ et al, all of which were highly appreciated by the Indian audience.

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