Three Australian brothers follow the path of the Carthaginian warrior Hannibal on bicycles. On their two thousand mile journey from Spain to Tunisia, they tell the story of Hannibal's war with Rome.
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Ben Wood Ben Wood ...  Himself - Presenter 6 episodes, 2010
Sam Wood Sam Wood ...  Himself - Presenter 6 episodes, 2010
Danny Wood Danny Wood ...  Himself - Presenter 5 episodes, 2010
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Three Australian brothers follow the path of the Carthaginian warrior Hannibal on bicycles. On their two thousand mile journey from Spain to Tunisia, they tell the story of Hannibal's war with Rome.

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19 July 2010 (UK) See more »

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Why is Football given more airtime than History?
11 March 2011 | by ant501See all my reviews

Another user disputed my previous review in which I complained that episode two's content skipped through Tarragona, barely giving it a mention. I got my dates wrong but one can't deny that these types of 'road trip' documentary series tend to give far more airtime to shots of the presenter(s) and less time to the subject matter.

One type of documentary uses the subject matter as a loose way of pinning together all the sequences of transport problems / bad weather / officialdom faced by the personalities involved. In the production world it's called "jeopardy". An emerging documentary subtype is the "Wonders of the Universe" style, which seems to be mostly shots of an enraptured Professor Brian Cox gazing up at the heavens in awe.

My original point was that both before and after Hannibal's crossing of the area, Tarragona was of strategic importance; surely worth more of a mention than the rush to get to some football game.


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