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Ed goes for gold at the Mud Olympics.
I've won a brown medal!
Susan has a smelly superpower.
I just need to look at garlic and it explodes!
Barney thinks it's a bird.
Vic thinks it's a plane.
But it's only Naomi!
Obviously, a very messy one.
-Sam and Mark refuse to work past... ALL:
And Johnny demands a bowl of cereal.
In donkey's milk!
# All over the place
# All over the place
# North, south, east, west On a bizarre quest
# Me and my mates All over the place
# It's true what you've heard Everything is absurd
# Whatever we do is strange but true
# All over the place
# All over the place
# It's stuff to do with you that is totally ace
# And it turns up...
# All over the place! #
Sanlucar de Guadiana.
Yay! Breezy Jet!
If you find yourself in Sanlucar de Guadiana in Spain, which is there...
And your number one summer sun destination is Alcoutim in Portugal,
which is here...
Then there is only one way to travel.
Well, actually, Brian, there are two ways to travel.
You could use this very reasonably priced ferry.
-Thanks, Tina. But if you hate boats...
Then you may wish to try the low-cost flight that may give you
-a bit of a fright.
-It's Breezy Jet!
It can be a bit breezy and you might feel a bit queasy,
because this is the world's only cross-border zip line.
'Flight time is approximately 60 seconds
'with a cruising speed of 70km per hour.
'Cabin crew cross check doors to manual.'
Today's experts are on different sides of the river so, Ed,
you're in Portugal. Victoria, you're in Spain.
Ed and Vic, you have 36 seconds to find out as much as you can.
The winner will ride the zip line from Spain to Portugal.
Victoria, you have David on the Spanish side,
who built the zip line.
Ed, you and Miguel on the Portuguese side, who maintains the zip line.
Tres, dos, uno, vamos!
-How long is it?
So we're crossing into a different country.
-Do you need a passport?
-No, you don't need a passport.
-How fast is it?
-Well, you go about 45 miles, 70k an hour.
That's pretty fast.
Will you get bugs in your teeth, you know, when you fly across?
No. Very few bugs here.
-How high is it?
-100 metres in difference in height.
Could you do anything to make yourself go faster?
You can. You can keep your legs up.
And how do I get up there?
-You have to walk around and catch a boat.
-Catch a boat?
-Ooh, hello. Who's this? Hello?
Oh, I'm in the middle of an interview. I'll get back to you.
-We're running on time. Well done!
And the person who found out the most facts is Ed.
You get to ride on the zip line.
Wait there, Vic. I'm coming to Spain!
But guess what?
Portugal and Spain are in different time zones
and are actually an hour apart.
The zip line will only take about a minute to get to the bottom,
so if Ed leaves at midday,
he'll actually arrive just after 11 in the morning.
Enjoy the views and enjoy the fact that you're going to
arrive 59 minutes before you left.
Two hands on the pulley at all times, feet together,
legs down when you exit and have a nice flight down to Portugal, OK?
Here we go... Ahem! Here we go.
Oh, this is quite a fast way to travel to Portugal.
I'm still in Spain.
Still in Spain!
Oh, I'm going over the river!
Oh, still in Spain.
Still in Spain.
And I'm in Portugal!
Oh, that's quite a brake.
Ed successfully made it back to Portugal and, yes,
he's arrived almost an hour before he left Spain.
Crossing time zones can be very confusing.
MUSIC: The Blue Danube by Johann Strauss II
-In space, no-one can hear you...
I definitely heard that and smelled it.
Ah, if it isn't the American astronaut, Ed!
Welcome aboard the International Space Station, my friend.
Hello, Americans. You are just in time for afternoon tea.
That can't be.
Here on the International Space Station,
we're on GMT - Greenwich Mean Time.
It's the same time zone as in the UK
and right now in the UK, it's 9am, which means it's 9am here too.
No, silly American. Look, we're flying over the Thailand.
It's seven hours ahead of GMT,
so it is four o'clock in the afternoon, which means...
No, no, no, no! Your mission control is in Moscow, Russia, which is
eight hours ahead of my mission control, which is in Houston, USA.
GMT is roughly in the middle, so that's the time zone we use here.
Excuse me, much embarrassed.
But what about our dinners?
Ah, Singapore is coming up. And that is GMT plus eight.
That makes it five o'clock, which means we stop working.
Long day. Well done, guys. Well done.
No, no, no, no, no. It's 9am, Greenwich Mean Time.
It's been the world time standard since 1884.
We're not changing it now.
I think you are being Greenwich Mean Time.
Look, before we used standardised time, people used the sun to
set their clocks, and there was 300 time zones in America alone.
Trust me, this is less confusing.
-Greenwich Mean Time it is.
Which would make it breakfast time, baby, yeah!
-I think I need the toilet. Oh!
Poo-ston, we have a problem!
My mamma, she makes the best spaghetti Bolognese.
No, my mamma, SHE make the best spaghetti Bolognese.
My mamma, she make the spaghetti Bolognese from a recipe with
the basil from the hills of Tuscany, hand-picked by goats!
My mamma, she use the finest tomatoes that grow in Italy
for only one month and then, pff, they are gone.
My mamma, she just need to look at garlic and it explodes!
My mamma, she uses the tears of a unicorn.
They don't even make spaghetti Bolognese in Italy.
They make tagliatelle al ragu!
It's kind of like our spag bol, and in fact,
the recipe did originally come from here in Bologna,
but there are definitely some major differences.
For a start, the pasta is cut into thick strips,
and what we call Bolognese is actually a meat sauce called ragu,
which gives us tagliatelle al ragu.
Time for Susan to put this age-old recipe to the test
against pasta master Gian Piero.
Europe's tastiest food, France's toughest critic -
he's better than you,
it's Rene Mangetout.
My grandmother can chop faster than this.
I, Rene Mangetout,
am about to set you the most difficult challenge of your lives.
You must remain firm, as firm as an egg.
-Let's say...it's not very...it's not very firm.
Only one of you will be crowned Tagliatelle Al Ragu MasterChef.
Will it be you, Susan Calman from Scotland?
Well, I mean, I've not really done this before, so...
Or you, mister pasta chef man.
I'm Gian Piero, and I am 25 years of experience in cooking.
HE MIMICS HIM
You will begin now!
We start to chop celery after carrot and after onion.
Why are you chopping so slowly?
My grandmother can chop faster than this.
And she only has one arm.
-Watching out for the thumb.
Slice this as it should be... OK.
Monsieur, your kitchen is infested with worms.
-What is this?
-Is not worm. Is tagliatelle.
Typical Italian pasta.
It's starting to look quite like a ragu now, I think.
I'm quite pleased.
It looks more like spew-gu!
You are happy with this? You think this is good?
I think it's quite delicious, actually.
Time is up.
Plate up the pasta. Very exciting!
Rene must now decide who is Tagliatelle Al Ragu MasterChef.
Susan Calman, your ragu looks like something I've
scraped off the bottom of my shoe after a walk in the park.
Eurgh! Tastes worse than a used napkin!
Monsieur pasta chef, the moment of truth.
I do not like it.
I LOVE it.
Delicious! Tres bon, monsieur!
I need two forks!
-You like my fork?
-No, I don't like your fork.
I've never been so offended in my life! Au revoir!
# When you're walking down the street
# Take a quick look at your feet
# Tell me, what is it you see?
-# I don't know, Ed, you tell me
# You're wearing shoes and socks
# Now it's time to take them off
-# Are you having a laugh?
# No, this is Barefoot Park Mm-hm
# Yes, here in Tabajd
# The idea that they had
# Was to build a park that was designed
# To walk through with their feet
# So take off your shoes, shoes Shoes, shoes, shoes
# Which pathway shall we choose? Choose, choose, choose, choose
# What have you got to lose? Lose, lose, lose, lose
# Take them off, take them off
# It's perfect for a stroll, stroll Stroll, stroll, stroll
# I hope it's not too cold, cold Cold, cold, cold
# Just do as you're told Told, told, told, told
# Take them off, take them off
# It opened in 2010
# And every year since then
-# People flock from miles around
# To put their bare feet on the ground
# You can walk on stumps or cones
# Or even sand or stones
-# You can even walk the plank
-# After you, Ed
# There's over 20 surfaces
# That's plenty
# And it takes 30 minutes
# To complete the 800-metre park
# So take off your socks, socks Socks, socks, socks
# Check out these volcanic rocks Rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks
# I hope they're not too hot Hot, hot, hot, hot
# Take them off, take them off
# Remove your footwear Wear, wear, wear, wear
# Wander round without a care Care, care, care, care
# Barefoot in the open air Air, air, air, air
# Take them off, take them off... #
Just think that a quarter of all the bones in your body
are down there, along with 33 joints, 19 muscles,
ten tendons and 107 ligaments.
That's a lot going on inside your feet.
# Barefoot park in Hungar-ry-ry-ry-ry
# It's the only place to be Be, be, be, be
# For your feet to feel free Free, free, free, free
# Let's head off, let's head off
# Just a minute, Ed Hang on, on, on, on, on
# Where have our shoes gone? Gone, gone, gone, gone
# Are you having me on? On, on, on, on?
# Afraid I'm not, afraid I'm not. #
-Hi, I'm Bill Beefy. Do you like cheese?
-Do you have a spare £700?
-Are you in northwest Serbia, surrounded by donkeys?
-Are you here for between 30 and 40 days?
If you answered yes to all these questions,
then you could be enjoying the sweet taste of donkey cheese.
Look, I know it sounds weird, but I was told, if we came to this farm,
we could try some of the most expensive cheese in the world.
Would everyone stop saying "donkey cheese"?!
These are rare Balkan donkeys, and their milk produces
something which is worth its weight in gold - donkey cheese!
Oh, I'm saying it now.
Well, I suppose I can't avoid it.
It take around 45 of these animals
to produce some 500g of delicious cheese,
which is the same weight as around three bananas.
Just ask Vuk, the donkey farmer.
Vuk, we're hearing all sorts of strange things
about donkey cheese, so we'll ask you some questions.
If they're true, you say "donkey", if they're false you say "wonky".
-I got it.
-So right from the off, let's clear this up, right.
Donkey cheese, really?
And all thanks to these lovely ladies who give a small amount,
but it's really, really precious.
Why is it so precious?
Because it's made out of 25 litres of donkey milk.
And actually, one female donkey can produce in two years
only 30 to 40 litres of milk.
So if it's so expensive... How expensive is it, then?
Per kilo, is donkey cheese more expensive than a car?
Donkey or wonky?
Donkey in Serbia because one kilo is 1,000 euros,
so you can buy, you know...
..a car in Serbia, definitely.
-All right, it costs a lot, but does it taste good?
-Try it for yourself.
-What, we're going to get to make some?
Sounds like we're making some cheese, Johny!
So what kind of cheese are we making, then?
I think your ears are a bit wonky, Johny.
All right, guys, so before you can taste the most expensive
cheese in the world, you must help me produce it.
Oh, no, hang on a minute...
We're going to have to milk a donkey, aren't we?
-Yes, you are.
Like this? Like this? This one? And just pull like that?
-Oh, yeah! Look at that. That's amazing.
-You're doing it!
-He's got it.
I've never milked anything in my entire life
and I think I'm a natural at it. Yeah, that's it.
Just a few more and I'll be a millionaire selling donkey cheese.
-This is a career high for you, Johny.
-Oh, tell me about it!
-Go on, have a go, then. See how you get on.
Ooh, this is weird.
What did you do, Johny? How did you get it out?
Just squeeze it.
Yay, there we go! There we go. I'm actually milking a donkey.
Well, looks like this is the most we're getting out of that donkey.
-It's cleared off.
-You're not the only ones.
They struggled to milk donkeys back in Ancient Egypt too.
Well, I didn't get much out of that donkey,
even if I have got cold hands.
for I come bearing a message from your queen, Cleopatra.
Oh, she doesn't want a donkey ride on the beach again, does she?
I told her, it's 50p a go,
and I don't care how many pyramids you own.
She doesn't want a donkey ride.
She wants a bath...
in donkey's milk!
A bath in milk?!
Why can't she just wash in mud like the rest of us?
Well, if you must know, she's seen those silly adverts on TV.
"For firmer skin that feels like silk,
"dip your tush in donkey's milk."
Not that I've seen them or anything...
Look, I know donkey's milk has got 60 times as much vitamin C
as normal cow's milk, but still, can't she just have a shower?
She doesn't want a shower, she wants a bath.
-Now show me how much milk you've got here.
-The queen can't have a bath in that.
-Well, she could dip her toe in it.
But it would take 700 donkeys to fill a bath.
-Now, look here, you...
-Ooh, ow! Hang on.
How about, instead of having a bath in milk,
she washes herself with this extremely luxurious donkey soap?
Donkey soap? Smells a bit cheesy to me.
Oh, it's definitely soap. The ladies love it. Ooh, they do.
In that case, I will take this to my queen. Your highness, I have a gift!
Well, that bloke was a bit of a...
Well, I wasn't going to say that.
Actually, maybe I could do with a bit of a bath.
Going to need a bigger donkey.
All right, boys, so...
This is the end product of the things that you do on the farm.
So after you are milking the donkeys, we are putting the milk in
the factory and after a month, you get this -
the most expensive cheese in the world.
-Wow, what a privilege.
-Shall we try some?
A reward for all our hard work.
-It's quite light, isn't it?
-It almost tastes like...
Almost like a cheesecake.
I actually really like it. The texture's very...
It's a bit like, erm, a less-strong feta.
-It's kind of fluffy and...
-Mmm, I'm going to have a bit more of that.
Yeah, that is actually really nice.
I'm going to have some more as well.
-There's 20 quid in your mouth.
-Oh? Oh, really? Oh, OK.
How much have we eaten so far?
Well, I'll get the bill, don't worry. I'll be back in a jiffy.
-OK, yeah, yeah, yeah...
Donkey cheese - for TV presenters with very expensive taste!
'And you join us just as these two flame-carriers of the Olympic torch
'arrive on the banks of the River Elbe.'
'If only we could hear what words of encouragement
'they are sharing with each other.'
Right, that's enough. Give it here.
No, you had it ages. It's still my turn.
I know what you're up to.
-You just want to light that big flame at the end.
-Let's face it,
who would want to see your mug in high definition on the telly, eh?
-Give it here!
Give it back.
'And now it's time for them
'to receive a traditional local welcome.'
-What sort of Olympics is this?!
-Obviously a very messy one.
Messy could be the understatement of the century
because this is the Mud Olympics.
These mucky games take place on the mudflats that appear
at low tide here at the mouth of the river.
Mudflats are usually found in places where the tide is slow.
Silt settles and builds into layers of mud.
Since 2005, people have been using these mudflats to play mud football,
mud volleyball, mud handball and there's also a mud-sledging race
that Ed and Naomi will take part in later.
And while it's OK to mess around at the Mud Olympics,
remember mudflats can be really dangerous, so don't try this at home,
unless it's just in a muddy garden.
There are 46 teams here full of people
who can't wait to get mud covered.
Are they all bonkers?!
Any advice for me?
-It's going to be sticky.
-Right. Are my shoes going to come off?
Yeah, of course.
Two years ago, I tried to score a goal and I stand right
before the score line and I couldn't kick the ball in the goal...
-Because your feet were stuck?
So have you been training for this event?
We've been walking every day for ten miles.
-You take it very seriously, then?
-Yeah, for sure.
-This is a very serious event.
-I can tell that, yes.
Is this an Ancient Egyptian tradition, then?
I think it's the first-aid tent.
-What's it like, playing the games in the mud?
At least, if you hurt yourself, you're not short of bandages.
Cats were scared of the mud? You're not scared of the mud?
No. I'm scared of this cheetah.
You think it's going to be easy?
She's a cheetah! Keep an eye on her in the Olympics today.
Oh, I see you two are taking this event as seriously as everyone else.
Stop mucking about! Go find a team.
-Could I be on your team?
Maybe we can call ourselves the Mucky Pups
cos no-one messes with the Mucky Pups.
I found myself a team.
-I think we should call ourselves the Mud Slingers, yeah?
The Mud Slingers!
With the teams ready, it's time to light the Mud Olympics flame
and for the athletes to parade in the opening ceremony
before they get covered in that lovely, sticky, gloopy mud.
Let's get dirty!
We're the Mucky Pups! Mucky Pups are the best!
-What are you doing?
-Your shoes can come off in the mud.
-So you've got to tape your shoes on.
-I better do that.
-Right round your ankles.
-Oh, no, I've got a bit of mud on my shoe!
Oh, no, your outfit's ruined!
But, Ed, I am reliably informed that it's very good for your skin.
So you're going to look beautiful after your mud pack...
-until you wash it off.
Many people believe mud can be healthy for their skin.
Folks have been slapping it on for centuries to try and cleanse
and soothe their bodies and faces.
And to get you warmed up for the main event,
you're going to have some muddy fun playing mud football.
Just one problem...
There's your team. They've started already.
Go, go, go!
I think she's going to get there in about 20 minutes.
Run, Naomi! Hurry up!
Newsflash, Ed. See that other team? That's your team!
So you both better get a MUDDLE on.
I think that was a draw.
It's hard to tell who's playing for what team
-cos everyone's just brown.
-You can't even see the ball.
It smells really bad.
On to the sledging!
Mud-sledging is simple and very messy.
Teams of three take turns to slide the sledge
from one end of the course to the other.
They pick up what looks like a rubber eel from a net, throw it
in the sledge and push it back again for their team-mate to take over.
-What's your top tip?
-Just push hard enough.
Can't wait to get on that sledge like some kind of really
Well, if it's anything like the football,
it's going to be a lot harder than it looks.
This is it, the muddy main event showdown!
The Mud Slingers are ready for the mud event. I mean, the main event!
Mucky Pups, ready to slide to victory!
Zwei, ein, go!
And they're off! Both teams are neck and neck.
And with a quick snatch of the rubber eel, they're heading back
and Team Ed is just in front.
A rather messy handover from both teams.
But they've picked up the pace and it's even as they race to the nets.
-Quick, quick, quick.
Oh, Ed's team have shot out in front.
But Naomi is closing the gap.
And they're even-stevens at the nets.
But she's slowed the turn.
Oh, she's closing again!
Can she catch Ed?
No, Ed slides home in first place.
Ed Petrie in the Mud Olympics.
I've won a brown medal!
Time for both our Mud Olympians to get cleaned up.
And the winner of the All Over The Place trophy is...
-Yes, it is.
-Here's mud in your eye.
-The best thing is, our T-shirts never got dirty.
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