Following Phileas

Pen Hadow retraces the journeys undertaken by Jules Verne's characters and meets people who have been inspired to emulate their adventures.

Episodes

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01Five Weeks In A Balloon20050404 1/5.

Five Weeks in a Balloon.

1/5. Five Weeks in a Balloon.

1/5. Five Weeks in a Balloon. Then News.

02The British At The North Pole20050405Pen Hadow considers the allure of The North Pole to Jules Verne and his fictional sailors, who didn't know what was there, and to latterday adventurers.

2/5. The British at the North Pole: Pen Hadow considers the allure of The North Pole to Jules Verne and his fictional sailors, who didn't know what was there, and to latterday adventurers.

2/5. The British at the North Pole: Pen Hadow considers the allure of The North Pole to Jules Verne and his fictional sailors, who didn't know what was there, and to latterday adventurers. Then News.

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03Around The World In 80 Days20050406Pen Hadow continues his tour of Jules Verne's world by considering Verne's most famous novel and its hero Phileas Fogg, the archetype of gentleman globetrotters.

3/5. Around the World in 80 Days: Pen Hadow continues his tour of Jules Verne's world by considering Verne's most famous novel and its hero Phileas Fogg, the archetype of gentleman globetrotters.

04From The Earth To The Moon20050407Jules Verne's novel predated the reality by about a hundred years, Pen Hadow considers the accuracy of Verne's predictions.

4/5. From the Earth to the Moon: Jules Verne's novel predated the reality by about a hundred years, Pen Hadow considers the accuracy of Verne's predictions.

4/5. From the Earth to the Moon: Jules Verne's novel predated the reality by about a hundred years, Pen Hadow considers the accuracy of Verne's predictions. Then News.

05 LASTJourney To The Centre Of The Earth20050408Pen Hadow considers a journey yet to be followed outside the pages of fiction.

5/5. Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Pen Hadow considers a journey yet to be followed outside the pages of fiction.

5/5. Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Pen Hadow considers a journey yet to be followed outside the pages of fiction. Then News.