A farcical foodie adventure, a look at how geography shapes politics, a hopeful manifesto on climate change, and James Bond is back.

This is a feature from Issue 7 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.

Gordon, Gino, and Fred Go Greek
ITV

Following their last outing, an American road trip, chefs Gordon Ramsey and Gino D’Acampo, and First Dates’ Fred Sirieix set  out to travel across Greece in their vintage VW Camper, immersing themselves in the nation’s culinary traditions. Expect bromance, bickering, and lots of eating. The trio will visit Crete, Santorini, Mykonos, Athens, and Meteora, with jet ski racing and shipwreck diving thrown in for good measure.

The Power of Geography: Ten maps that reveal the future of our world.
by Tim Marshall

The follow on from global bestseller Prisoners of Geography, which showed how nations are limited by mountains, rivers, seas, and concrete, this reveals the ten regions that are set to shape future global politics. That is: Australia, Iran, Saudi Arabia. the UK, Greece, Turkey, the Sahel (the transitional zone between the Sahara and the savanna) Ethiopia, Spain and Space. Find out why the Middle East must look beyond oil and sand to secure its future and much more.

A farcical foodie adventure, a look at how geography shapes politics, a hopeful manifesto on climate change, and James Bond is back.

This is a feature from Issue 7 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.

Gordon, Gino, and Fred Go Greek
ITV

Following their last outing, an American road trip, chefs Gordon Ramsey and Gino D’Acampo, and First Dates’ Fred Sirieix set  out to travel across Greece in their vintage VW Camper, immersing themselves in the nation’s culinary traditions. Expect bromance, bickering, and lots of eating. The trio will visit Crete, Santorini, Mykonos, Athens, and Meteora, with jet ski racing and shipwreck diving thrown in for good measure.

The Power of Geography: Ten maps that reveal the future of our world.
by Tim Marshall

The follow on from global bestseller Prisoners of Geography, which showed how nations are limited by mountains, rivers, seas, and concrete, this reveals the ten regions that are set to shape future global politics. That is: Australia, Iran, Saudi Arabia. the UK, Greece, Turkey, the Sahel (the transitional zone between the Sahara and the savanna) Ethiopia, Spain and Space. Find out why the Middle East must look beyond oil and sand to secure its future and much more.

A farcical foodie adventure, a look at how geography shapes politics, a hopeful manifesto on climate change, and James Bond is back.

The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for an Endangered Planet
By Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams

The renowned naturalist and conservationist, famous for her chimpanzee encounters and environmental campaigning, writes about how to find strength in the face of the climate crisis and why she has hope. In conversations with Doug Abrams that weave together stories from her travels and activism, she offers readers a new understanding of the crisis and a compelling path forward for us all to create hope for the world. 

No Time to Die
In Cinemas

The 25th Bond Film is finally out in cinemas and this time it really is the last for Daniel Craig. The film is set 5 years after the capture of legendary baddie Blofeld, when Bond has left active service, but he’s enlisted by a CIA officer to find a missing scientist. AS usual, Bond is left to confront an evil villain (played by Rami Malek). Exotic film locations include Matera, a striking Italian town of grey stone, home to hundreds of underground homes carved into the hilltop, plus Jamaica, the Faroe Islands, Scotland’s Cairngorms, and a frozen Norway. 

The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for an Endangered Planet
By Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams

The renowned naturalist and conservationist, famous for her chimpanzee encounters and environmental campaigning, writes about how to find strength in the face of the climate crisis and why she has hope. In conversations with Doug Abrams that weave together stories from her travels and activism, she offers readers a new understanding of the crisis and a compelling path forward for us all to create hope for the world. 

No Time to Die
In Cinemas

The 25th Bond Film is finally out in cinemas and this time it really is the last for Daniel Craig. The film is set 5 years after the capture of legendary baddie Blofeld, when Bond has left active service, but he’s enlisted by a CIA officer to find a missing scientist. AS usual, Bond is left to confront an evil villain (played by Rami Malek). Exotic film locations include Matera, a striking Italian town of grey stone, home to hundreds of underground homes carved into the hilltop, plus Jamaica, the Faroe Islands, Scotland’s Cairngorms, and a frozen Norway. 

This is a feature from Issue 7 of Charitable Traveller. Click to read more from this issue.