Across seven time zones and through all extremes of weather, writer, political commentator and TV presenter Jonathan Dimbleby makes an epic journey from one end of Russia to the other.
Uncover an enormous and diverse country in transition.
In this landmark five-part series, Jonathan Dimbleby explores the extraordinary changes that are taking place in Russia today and reveals the contours left by history on this vast land.
From the Arctic Circle, where the summer sun never sets, to the breathtaking cities of Vladivostok and St Petersburg, from white witches to hirsute masseurs, from oil wells to shamans, Dimbleby’s journey by boat, train, truck and foot is heart-warming, entertaining and compelling.
This is television’s first comprehensive look at a country shrouded in myth. Look through one window and you see an authoritarian regime trying to modernise itself into an oil-rich economy. Look through another and you see exuberant people enjoying new opportunities, struggling with old problems. Everywhere, the marker stones of their turbulent past.
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