Chris continues his exploration of the world's most extreme railway lines. From the tiny coastal town of Tocopilla, Chris rides one of the steepest railways in the world as he scales the first 1,000 ...
TV Presenter Chris Tarrant travels around the world to ride some of the most extreme railways that wind their way through some of the harshest terrain on Earth. See more »
Please stay home, Chris travel just seems to make your mind even narrower.
I'm just watching Tarrant shouting and being rude and sarcastic to poor Ukrainians, without any knowledge of any simple, Russian or Ukrainian phrases (please, thank you, hello, good morning, tea, coffee, beer all totally unnecessary, of course, as I'll just shout at them in English.
A 10 year old would surely have better knowledge of Soviet, Russian and even Ukrainian history. Why's he looking for stuff to be "grey and Russian". Doesn't he realise that he's in Western Ukraine? Why do we send these idiots (Ayoade's the same) overseas to be nasty and obnoxious about "local customs". Can't Tarrant stay at home with the old steam Severn Railway? I suppose he'd complain about that if he couldn't get a "Full English" to start the day.
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