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Around the World in 80 Days

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-20 00:55:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Actors Shane Richie and Josie Lawrence are entrusted to bring the 80-day relay to a close.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-18 01:20:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Torchwood star John Barrowman and presenter Myleene Klass race across southern America.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-17 21:00:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Actors Shane Richie and Josie Lawrence are entrusted to bring the 80-day relay to a close. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-15 02:10:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Breakfast presenters Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin race across a quarter of the globe.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-15 01:10:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Can Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury travel 3,700 miles from Kazakhstan to China in just 14 days?

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-14 01:25:00
The Apprentice stars Nick Hewer and Saira Khan take the baton in leg two of the Children in Need relay. Their journey is jeopardised when Iran and Uzbekistan refuse them entry.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-10 21:00:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Torchwood star John Barrowman and presenter Myleene Klass race across southern America. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-07 01:05:00
As part of Children in Need, 12 celebrities form a global relay to circumnavigate the world in 80 days. Frank Skinner and Lee Mack travel from London to Turkey in eight days.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-11-03 21:00:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Breakfast presenters Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin race across a quarter of the globe. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-27 22:00:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Can Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury travel 3,700 miles from Kazakhstan to China in just 14 days? Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-27 21:00:00
Celebrities re-enact Jules Verne's literary odyssey for Children in Need. Can Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury travel 3,700 miles from Kazakhstan to China in just 14 days? Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-20 21:00:00
The Apprentice stars Nick Hewer and Saira Khan take the baton in leg two of the Children in Need relay. Their journey is jeopardised when Iran and Uzbekistan refuse them entry. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-20 20:00:00
The Apprentice stars Nick Hewer and Saira Khan take the baton in leg two of the Children in Need relay. Their journey is jeopardised when Iran and Uzbekistan refuse them entry. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-13 21:00:00
New series. In the first leg, Frank Skinner and Lee Mack travel from London's Reform Club to Turkey. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC One at 2009-10-13 20:00:00
New series. In the first leg, Frank Skinner and Lee Mack travel from London's Reform Club to Turkey. Also in HD.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2008-11-13 16:30:00
Arabian Frights: Michael Palin arrives in Alexandria on the Express Egitoo ferry from Venice and is taken by horse-drawn carriage to the railway station for his train to Cairo.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2008-11-12 16:30:00
Arabian Frights: Michael Palin arrives in Alexandria on the Express Egitoo ferry from Venice and is taken by horse-drawn carriage to the railway station for his train to Cairo.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2008-03-30 04:55:00
Orienal Express: The Neptune Diamond has already sailed, but a fast launch speeds Michael Palin through Singapore harbour to catch his first mega-size container ship.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2008-01-01 09:25:00
Dateline to Deadline: It has taken Michael 58 days to reach the International Date Line. He has only 22 days to complete the second half of the circumnavigation.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2007-12-31 09:25:00
Far East and Farther East: Well behind schedule, Michael Palin sails out of Shanghai on a ferry bound for Japan, where the bullet train whisks him to Tokyo for a night out on the town.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2007-12-28 09:50:00
Orienal Express: The Neptune Diamond has already sailed, but a fast launch speeds Michael Palin through Singapore harbour to catch his first mega-size container ship.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2007-12-26 09:25:00
Michael Palin, in an attempt to catch up with his fictional rival, drives across Arabia in 40 hours to arrive in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2007-12-25 09:25:00
Arabian Frights: Michael Palin arrives in Alexandria on the Express Egitoo ferry from Venice and is taken by horse-drawn carriage to the railway station for his train to Cairo.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2007-12-24 09:25:00
The Challenge: Michael Palin begins his journey around the world, departing from the Reform Club in London's Pall Mall and setting off on the Orient Express for Venice.

> Around the World in 80 Days on BBC Two at 2006-08-26 15:20:00
Reform Club member Phileas Fogg makes a wager that he can go round the world in eighty days. Accompanied by his servant, Passepartout, Fogg begins his momentous voyage... [1956]

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