Isla goes rodeo-riding in Louisiana. She also meets singer Kylie Minogue in Madame Tussauds, being measured for her wax model. Andrea visits the carnival in Rio De Janeiro and learns Double-Dutch skipping tricks in New York & finds out the history of the hot dog.
Isla takes lessons from a family of stunt artists in Los Angeles; she goes behind the scenes at the Pepsi Chart Show and finds out how to help a record get to Number One; Andrea learns the history of football in Brazil; she visits the Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, where monkeys are being trained so that they can be re-released into the Amazonian Rain Forest.
Isla goes behind the scenes on the YTV soap opera Emmerdale to see their brand new village at Harewood; in New Orleans she becomes the Prom Queen at West Jefferson High School and finds out about the preparations that go into High School Proms in America: Andrea goes up the World Trade Centre skyscraper in New York, in the inspection hoist; she meets Hugh Manson who makes hand-built guitars for rock bands including the Levellers, Oasis and Led Zeppelin.
Andrea gets her skates on with the cast of Britain's fastest stage musical "Starlight Express"; she finds the only place in New York where you can legally spray-paint graffiti on the walls; Isla learns to duel at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.
Isla goes to Hollywood and meets top Foley artist John Roesch who tells her some secrets of sound effects for films; she dives off the second highest Olympic diving board: Andrea meets Pepi Lemer who taught the Spice Girls to sing, and does a turn with boy band Universal; she spends the day as a lion mascot "Roaring George" for England Monarch's football team; and a scoop on the history of high heels.
In today's installment Isla gets down and gets dirty as she helps release 24 five foot long alligators back into the wild off the side of a boat. Plus, she meets the amazing white alligators of Louisiana which are blonde with blue eyes, and only 18 of them have ever been found. Find out how alligator farming regenerated the wild population, and how a farmer collecting eggs found the nest of white babies. Isla is then transformed into the Hunchback of Notre Dame courtesy of Northern Ballet Theatre. She is put through her dancing paces by Quasimodo and Esmerelda on ...
Isla visits the Louisiana Superdrome - the world's largest indoor sports arena, in New Orleans; she investigates the work of art detectives at the Tate Gallery in London; Andrea meets Lactomia, the international youth percussion band based in Salvador, Brazil; she goes behind the scenes of the musical "Dr Doolittle" to see how the animal puppets are made, and meets the star Phillip Schofield; a report on bananas.
Isla tries surfing at Huntington Beach in California; she visits Bourbon Street in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz and pop music; Andrea learns survival techniques from the Royal Marines on Dartmoor; she reports from the set of a soap opera at TV Globo in Brazil; Isla tries Kabbadi, the world's oldest sport.
Andrea spends a day as personal assistant to Peter Andre; she goes to Brazil to learn about Capoeira - a martial art disguised as a dance; Isla joins Britain's world champion kit ballet team Skydance; she meets a new signing for West Ham United - Harry the Hawk who will cure the pigeon problem at the ground.
Isla visits famous movie locations, including Graystone Mansion, Batman's house, and the house used in the film "Paulie"; she reports on a poker game on board a floating casino on the Mississippi River : Andrea looks at endangered sea turtles in Brazil.