The world-renowned British actor and radio presenter Larry Lamb and his son, radio and television presenter George Lamb, will introduce Turkish history, archeology and culture on a TV show, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
Lamb, known for his role in the BBC’s TV series “Eastenders,” and his son, will produce a TV show for the Travel Channel, according to a statement from the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry.
During the production process, the TV production unit formed by 10 people have shot across Turkey for 24 days.
The TV show named “Turkey: A to B,” will consist of six episodes and will introduce a number of iconic and touristic sites in Turkey, such as the antique city of Ephesus in Izmir, Cleopatra pools in Pamukkale, Phaselis antique city in Antalya, Cappadocia hot air balloon rides and Ankara Citadel.
The program, which is expected to boost Turkey’s tourism sector, will be available for viewing in the United Kingdom, Middle East, Europe and Africa as part of an agreement between the Ministry and Travel Channel, which has 61.4 million subscribers and broadcasts programs in 22 different languages in 74 countries, the ministry added.
The statement did not specify when the first episode would be aired.
Source: Daşly Hurriyet