Karl sets off to Alaska to go on a whale-watching cruise. Before heading out to sea, he journeys across a frozen landscape on foot, by snowmobile, and by dog sled. The cruise aboard a ... See full summary »

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Karl sets off to Alaska to go on a whale-watching cruise. Before heading out to sea, he journeys across a frozen landscape on foot, by snowmobile, and by dog sled. The cruise aboard a working deep-sea fishing boat proves difficult for Karl. Written by Uncle-T

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When they arrive at Barrow Point on the snowmobile, the woman states that it's "the northern-most point in the whole wide world." The northern-most land is actually Kaffeklubben Island, Greenland, which is closer to the North Pole by 850 miles. See more »

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Karl Pilkington - Presenter: [standing in snow-covered landscape] What's the point in this program being in HD? It's a waste of time being in colour. It's giving me a headache.
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