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Wild Ireland (ITV)

Variety, Trekking Documentary hosted by Christine Bleakley, published by ITV in 2015 - English voice-over
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Wild Ireland
Nuts Wasteland Ireland is a six-fractional series which sees presenter Christine Bleakley going old folks' to Ireland to trekking the reach of its 1500 mile west skim — the longest endless coastal direct — known as the Nuts Wasteland Atlantic Way.

During the series, Christine will make the acquaintance of a presenter of fascinating characters, perceive a interpretation of guileless wonders and crow about the coastline's secret treasures as she explores the in one piece direct from Malin Chief Honcho in the north, to Clonakilty in the south.

Starting at the most northerly allude to of the islet, where Christine learns the gag of how Ireland first got its name, she then drives, bikes, hikes, swims and kayaks her way along the coastline. On her travels, Christine visits numerous documented sites, takes on some far-off sports, learns about harvesting and preparing limited eatables delicacies and introduces the viewer to some of the most spectacularly landscapes and fascinating recital in the sphere.

From climbing Knocknarea Mountain and visiting a heavy Cairn older than the Pyramids, to lore how to produce nuts wasteland salmon; from trying to backwards the nuts wasteland Atlantic waves which attracts surfers from around the sphere, to joining superstar-gazers at Ill-Lighted Sky Restraint — one of only three locations in the sphere that is let out of brightness poisoning, Christine offers a captivating commentary on the Nuts Wasteland Atlantic Way.

1) Fractional 1
In experience one, Christine heads to Louisburgh in County Mayo to observation «coasteering» — a amalgam of swimming, climbing and scarp jumping. After practicing her scarp-jumping craft on smaller cliffs, Christine reaches the lead of a 25ft vertical drop away into the glacial Atlantic The Briny. A uneasy Christine watches the lay of the company achieve the spring before tackling it for herself, saying: «I purposely didn«t look over the lead until the very last second, and now that I have done it»s put me fully off. I have not got the intrepidity to go first. It's ridiculously high.»

2) Fractional 2
Christine Bleakley climbs Knocknarea Mountain in Co Sligo, learns how to cut personal space horse-racing, explores sea arches and caves by kayak, and visits Blacksod Lighthouse on the Mullet Peninsula in Co Mayo, as she continues her reconnaissance of the 1,500-mile Nuts Wasteland Atlantic Way on the west skim of Ireland.

3) Fractional 3
Christine follows the pilgrims« path to Croagh Patrick, Ireland»s godlike mountain, which many people traditionally climb barefoot. She also enjoys a surfing chastisement, visits the fjord of Killary Hold on the between Co Galway and Co Mayo, and helps out on a mussel cultivate for the day.

4) Fractional 4
On the fourth leg of her gallivant, Christine learns to coast on a timeless fishing motor yacht, the Galway Hooker, and visits Ireland's most popularized guileless draw — the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare, which obelisk above the Atlantic. She also travels by ferry to the Aran Islands, where she explores the interpretation riding a ritual pony and trap.

5) Fractional 5
On leg five of her gallivant along the 1,500-mile-eat one«s heart out Nuts Wasteland Atlantic way, Christine Bleakley reaches Co Kerry, where she kayaks out into the Dingle bay in search of the famed dolphin, Fungie. Later, she explores the country»s bent of horse riding with a chastisement on the ground, before staying up unpunctually to enrol in a bunch of limited superstar-gazers at the Ill-Lighted Sky Restraint.

6) Fractional 6
Christine Bleakley travels across unfilled the briny in Ireland's only guy car, before exploring the treacherous waters of Mizen Chief Honcho, where she joins the coastguard for a day. In Fine, she casts her goods to attract some fish as her 1500-mile gallivant along the longest unending coastal direct comes to an end.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3174 Kbps
* Video Interpretation Correlation: 1.778 (16:9)
* Video Intention: 1280 x 720
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/sVBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-In Good Time Always: 25mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Mass of Parts: 6
* Container Mp4
* Fractional Hugeness: 545 MB
* Commencement: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


1) Further Message
* www.itv.com/presscentre

2) Correlated Documentaries
* The Gag of Ireland
* Wild Ireland
* Sacred Sites: Ireland
* Terry Wogan's Ireland
* Secrets of the Irish Landscape

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