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Language: Hungarian Phrases 0m 53s
With the help of one of our Hungarian travel guides, Eszter, we have compiled a short video of useful Hungarian phrases to use when traveling to Budapest. Be sure to brush up before visiting Hungary with Viking!
Welcome to another week of extraordinary hosts and guests from around the world on our daily live stream sessions. Our library of additional programming is also at your fingertips on Viking.TV, from short documentaries, to reading lists and filmographies and classical music concerts, and much more, by scrolling this page. Monday October 12 The Countess of Carnarvon Speaks with Novelist Robert Harris Tuesday October 13 The Countess of Carnarvon in Conversation with Lieutenant General (Ret.) Sir Andrew Richard Gregory Wednesday October 14 The Countess of Carnarvon Talks with Cameraman Gavin Thurston Thursday October 15 The Countess of Carnarvon Interviews British Journalist Anne Diamond Friday October 16 At Home at Highclere Castle with Lady Carnarvon and Les Taylor Saturday October 17 Mind & Body with Mona Therese Sunday October 18 Sissel Sundays: Love Is History
Due to a last-minute programming change, we are taking this opportunity to present a special encore of British photographer Alastair Miller’s interview with Richard Riveire, interior architect and designer of our new, state-of-the-art river ship, Viking Mississippi. Discover the inspiration behind the ship’s cutting-edge interior design and learn how Richard approached the challenge of making Viking Mississippi the most modern vessel on the Mississippi River. While answering viewers’ questions, Richard shares his design expertise, discusses the creative process that goes into each project and sheds light on his experience working with Viking Chairman Torstein Hagen on this extraordinary new ship.
June 8 - June 14, 2020 4m 15s
Welcome to another week of extraordinary hosts and guests from around the world on our daily live stream sessions. Our library of additional programming is also at your fingertips on Viking.TV, from short documentaries, to reading lists and filmographies and classical music concerts, and much more, by scrolling this page. Monday June 8 Scott Polar Institute with Professor Julian Dowdeswell Tuesday June 9 VRH Presents: The Vikings: Part 1 Wednesday June 10 Photographer Alastair Miller: Exploring the Life of Herbert Ponting Thursday June 11 Anne Diamond Interviews Liv Arnesen & Ann Bancroft Friday June 12 Explorers of Highclere Castle Saturday June 13 Mind and Body with Mona Therese Sunday June 14 Exploring More with Karine
The Story of Silk 2m 47s
From the humble silk worm to a beautiful custom silk jacket, learn how the most famous fabric of China is made.
Welcome to another week of extraordinary hosts and guests from around the world on our daily live stream sessions. Our library of additional programming is also at your fingertips on Viking.TV, from short documentaries, to reading lists and filmographies and classical music concerts, and much more, by scrolling this page. Monday April 5 Exploring Citizen Science with Dr. Damon Stanwell-Smith, Laura Smith and Allison Cusick Tuesday April 6 Alastair Miller in conversation with maritime archaeologist Dr. James Delgado Wednesday April 7 Witnessing wildlife in the Arctic and Antarctica with Dr. Damon Stanwell-Smith and James Lowen Thursday April 8 Anne Diamond interviews Google AI’s Sagar Savla Friday April 9 At home among the stars with astrophysicist Thomas Kraupe Saturday April 10 Mind & Body with Mona Therese Sunday April 11 Sissel Sundays: Sad Endings
Join Karine as she explores several exquisite Italian gardens, where contours and textures, order and nature, mingle in the midst of verdant beauty.
Portugal's Wine Country 3m 5s
In 1756, Portugal's Douro Valley was established as the world's first protected wine-producing region, and is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even though less than 20 percent of the land is farmable, there are 155 different grape varieties grown in Portugal. Join Karine Hagen for a tour through the country's rich viticultural heritage.
Over the centuries, Norwegians created many national dishes based on seasonal availability of ingredients. Karine and the head chef of Frognerseteren share with you some of the most typical husmanskost dishes.
Discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites from around Europe as you travel to Italy, Germany, England and Scotland to explore more with Karine. Arrive in Italy’s Verona and Lake Como—home to the Sacro Monte di Ossuccio—and stroll through several exquisite Italian gardens, where contours, textures, order and nature mingle to display the area’s verdant beauty. In Germany, experience the majestic stretch of the Rhine River known affectionately as the “Romantic Middle Rhine,” an idyllic waterway that offers a window into the past with its unmatched vistas. While in England, walk the ornate halls of Britain’s Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill and the seat of the Duke of Marlborough. Finally, encounter the rugged landscapes of Scotland’s Orkney Islands, which were once ruled by Vikings and are home to the remnants of Neolithic civilizations that date back 5,000 years.