Top of the Burj Khalifa
Brazilian Super Herd
Hongkong High rise living
The Hoover Dam
Drive Through Living
Brazillian Super Herd
Dallas Cambell visits Brazil’s largest cattle ranch with over 125’000 cattle. Here they are breeding cows to cope with the hot climate – they’re creating a Super cow.
Dallas Cambell dives beneath Mexico City with one of the two-man team whose unenviable job it is to keep the city’s sewers flowing, wading in raw sewage – human waste, animal waste, hospital waste, industrial waste – in just an industrial diving suit, with tape round the gloves.
The world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, has the world’s highest windows. Dallas Cambell joins the team whose heart-stopping job it is to clean them.
Hashima Island, off the coast of Nagasaki in Japan is a 400m long and 100m wide former coal mining colony. At one time it was the most densely populated piece of land on Earth. Within a few months of closing in 1944 it became derelict, everyone left and time has taken over– a ghost town frozen in time. It’s also where they filmed Javier Bardem’s villain’s lair in Skyfall. Few people are allowed there so I feel fortunate to have visited this haunting place.
New York – The city that never stops eating and drinking. Imagine how much water, wheat & energy the residents of New York consume every single day.
We’ve built our lives around the car, so much so you don’t even have to leave it on your wedding day. Dallas takes part in a modern day love affair – a drive through Wedding!
Las Vegas Water
When the Hoover Dam was built it created one of the worlds largest man-made lakes and transformed South West America, allowing the bright lights of Las Vegas to rise from the harsh desert.
High Rise Living
In this clip, high density living in Hong Kong is revealed by stripping away the walls of the 7.07 million people that mainly live in the cities high-rises.
To move an oil rig the size of Buckingham Palace takes a very special kind of ship, one that sinks on command.