JOBS WITHOUT FRONTIERS
Jobs Without Frontiers, which aired on Eén in Belgium, follows four colleagues as they head towards an unknown exotic destination to do their jobs on the other side of the world. Whether it’s car mechanics working in a bush garage in Burkina Faso or teachers relocating to a remote mountain village school in the Andes, they will have to adapt to new working conditions, different cultural practices and the local way of living in order to do their jobs.
DANCING 9 to 5
Dancing 9 to 5 is a competitive entertainment show, in which the presenter visits a different location each week, to challenge two teams of colleagues to escape their daily routine and compete against each other in a dance battle in their workplace. Both teams must work hard with the help of a professional choreographer to be transformed from amateurs into dance stars.
ONE FOR THE ROAD
One For The Road, which aired on Canvas, Eén and RTBF in Belgium, joins two presenters as they travel the country to find out what makes the perfect beer. The duo will explore everything from the cultural heritage of beer to the new craft beer revolution.
There are many examples of phobia: a manager who is afraid of flying, a man who never entered his basement out of fear of spiders, an old lady who doesn’t dare take a shower because she is afraid of water. In each episode, four people with identical phobias confront their worst nightmares trying to overcome their fear.
THE IRON CURTAIN
The Iron Curtain is a sparkling road movie from North to South, in which two hosts make a unique 8500 km trip. Right through the heart of Europe. Along the way the hosts capture the interesting stories of people giving us a unique insight on how life was on each side of the border. It is the fascinating story of the European continent that for almost half a century was divided into west and east by the iron curtain.
THE HOLIDAY GUEST
THE SEVEN SEAS
Overfishing, pollution, oil drilling. The oceans and seas are in critical state. Will celebrities take action when they discover the shape our oceans are in?