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Any Length nights nights nights nights over 14 nights Price Range: Evolution of the Ocean Liner Poster. Welcome to this week's edition of Cruise News, the best place on the Web to find up-to-date information about cruises. To automatically receive Cruise News via email each week, join our Cruise Club. For up to the minute news, stop by Cruise Talk anytime to post a message or find out what your fellow passengers and industry insiders are saying about a particular ship, cruise line or destination.

Disney Cruise Line will also return to Puerto Rico for a limited time and continue guest-favorite itineraries to tropical destinations from Florida and California. Not only will this provide families from the region with the magic of having a Disney ship in their own backyard, but it will also draw families from farther away to discover this incredible city before they set sail.

Before or after their Disney cruise, guests can venture into the city to savor the distinct flavors of famous New Orleans cuisine, visit family-friendly museums and parks, and revel in the sweet melodies of world-renowned jazz music.

Travelers will delight in the Southern charm of this new home port, and Disney fans will find magic around every corner as they recognize the iconic sights and sounds that inspired the beloved animated film "The Princess and the Frog.

After a five-year hiatus, the Disney Wonder will return to Hawaii in early for two special cruises: During these dream vacations, guests will discover the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, including the famous beaches of Waikiki on Oahu; the views from high atop the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui; the lush tropical gardens and waterfalls of Kauai; and the diverse natural wonders of Hawaii Island. The Disney Wonder continues its standout season with returns to popular home ports on both coasts.

First, the ship sets sail for the Southern Caribbean during two seven-night voyages departing Jan. Then beginning on March 20, the ship embarks on seven sailings to Baja and the Mexican Riviera, ranging in length from two to seven nights, from San Diego, California.

Disney Cruise Line will have three ships sailing to the Bahamas and Caribbean from Florida in early , and every cruise includes a day of fun in the sun on Disney's private Bahamian island reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests, Castaway Cay. With a variety of options from Florida, guests can choose the vacation that provides something for everyone in the family, combining the adventure and relaxation of tropical destinations, the ease and indulgence of an ocean cruise, and the world-class entertainment and service of a Disney vacation.

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All shares repurchased will initially be held in treasury. In constant currency, net revenue yields increased 2. In constant currency, net cruise costs excluding fuel per ALBD increased 2. Highlights from the third quarter include the signing of an agreement between Princess Cruises and Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri S. A to build two new liquefied natural gas "LNG" cruise ships that will be delivered in and , bringing the total to 11 LNG cruise ships on order.

Seabourn received approval to begin sailing to Cuba from Miami and San Juan, becoming our third cruise brand currently approved to sail to Cuba. Carnival said that it released its Sustainability Report and achieved its goal to reduce its carbon footprint by 25 percent three years ahead of schedule. Carnival said that it expects full year net cruise costs excluding fuel per ALBD in constant currency compared to the prior year to be up approximately 1.

Donald commented, "We are on track to achieve double digit return on invested capital in as we deliver upon our strategy to create demand in excess of measured capacity growth, all while containing costs and leveraging our industry leading scale. Going forward, we remain on a path toward continued growth in earnings and returns, driven to a greater degree by capacity increases as we add more efficient ships, replacing less efficient capacity.

We believe the plans we have put in place will maximize returns to shareholders over time as we continue to execute in an industry that is both under-penetrated and capacity constrained. Net cruise costs excluding fuel per ALBD in constant currency for the fourth quarter are expected to decrease by approximately 1. First Half of At this time, cumulative advanced bookings for the first half of are ahead of the prior year at prices that are in line with the prior year. Since June, booking volumes for the first half of next year have been running significantly higher than the prior year at lower prices compared to the prior year.

More recently, during the first half of September, booking volumes for the first half of next year have also been running significantly higher than the prior year but at higher prices compared to the prior year. Based on these booking trends, Carnival said that it expects continued net revenue yield improvement for the first half of , albeit with increases less than the net revenue yield guidance for the fourth quarter of , primarily due to comparisons to a very strong prior year. On June 2, she commenced her first summer season of seven-day Alaska cruises welcoming nearly 77, guests over 17 voyages calling to Ketchikan, Skagway and Juneau in Alaska as well as to Victoria, British Colombia.

We appreciate the efforts of Norwegian Bliss to conserve water, reduce waste, and making cruising healthy for our environment and communities. Cunard Announces Shore Excursions for Alaska Voyages Cunard Line today announced exciting new shore excursions for when the legendary brand returns to Alaska with Queen Elizabeth's voyages.

As Cunard returns to Alaska, we're thrilled to offer guests the most exciting ways to explore and enjoy the region's epic landscapes and culture," said Josh Leibowitz, SVP Cunard North America. We invite Cunard guests to experience Alaska in ways that speak to their individual interests and passions like never before. A specially designed catamaran takes guests past snow-capped peaks and glaciers in the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage, a world-renowned feeding ground for humpback whales.

Alive with Orca whales, sea lions, harbor seals, porpoises, bald eagles, Sitka Blacktail deer and bears, this region offers a wonderful opportunity to see wild Alaska up close. This jaw-dropping combination tour features two ways to experience Alaska's glacial scenery.

Guests embark on a thrilling helicopter ride over rainforest, alpine ridges and glacier-carved peaks only seen from the sky. To round out this unforgettable experience, guests drive a team of huskies with professional mushers over Juneau's famed Mendenhall Glacier. A floatplane allows guests to soar over waterfalls, mountains, deep crevasses and the azure meltwater pools of five mighty glaciers.

Guests also enjoy a unique visit to remote Taku Glacier Lodge, only accessible by floatplane, where they learn about historic hunters and trappers and explore pristine forest trails teaming with wildlife, including black bears. Guests embark on a deluxe catamaran in search of sea otters, whales, Steller sea lions, porpoise and harbor seals. Back on dry land, an expert escorts guests through the world-famous Alaska Raptor Center, bird of prey and education center on the edge of Tongass National Forest.

The experience will culminate with the acclaimed Fortress of the Bear sanctuary, a rescue facility for orphaned brown bears, where guests can observe the bears in residence from a viewing platform. This exhilarating guided kayak tour along the rugged Alaskan coastline begins with a scenic cruise via motorized Seahawk craft to a floating kayak base camp tucked away in a picturesque, tranquil cove.

Guests paddle through rocky inlets in a two person kayak, enjoying a diverse intertidal zone filled with colorful marine life.

They discover a lush, coastal rainforest and may even witness sea lions, eagles, brown bears, and spouting whales. The thrill of commercial fishing comes to life on the Aleutian Ballad, one-time star of the award-winning Discovery Channel television series "Deadliest Catch.

An award-inning wilderness chef and author demonstrates how to prepare wild, natural and sustainable Alaskan seafood in a hands-on tasting session, explaining what sets Alaskan seafood apart, including how to handle an alder-wood grill.

The ride begins on towering Hoonah Mountain, where steep flanks are swathed in rainforest. Gliding at up to 60 miles per hour, this mile-long zip-ride adventure ends with a gentle touchdown on the beach at Icy Strait Point. The expedition travels through a spectacular array of scenery including the glacier and snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, winding river canyons, mountain passes and remarkable tunnels. The month-long "spook-tacular" is highlighted by the debut of Patch the Pumpkin Pirate, a colorful swashbuckling seafarer who towers 12 feet tall and greets guests as they board each ship.

Kids can gather around Patch as they enjoy Scary Story Time hosted by the cruise director. The event concludes with a costume contest, of course, with prizes for the most creative get-ups. All-ages activities including Thriller dance classes, Patch's Deck Party, Halloween-themed trivia and bingo, and pumpkin-carving contests, along with poolside DiveIn Movies showing scary and not so scary films like Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, Dracula Untold and It, are also featured.

Guests can also enjoy tasty Halloween treats and custom libations like Witches Brew and the Green Goblin. It's going to be a blast! Stock Watch The following are the latest closing prices for selected cruise line stocks.

Just outside of the Britannia Restaurant on Cunard's Queen Mary 2 are a series of metallic, art deco-influenced frescoes celebrating the historical and cultural icons of the continents. In addition to the Statue of Liberty and the U. Capitol on the "North America" mural there is a very tiny and surprising representative of the continent?

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Change since last week. Celebrity Xpedition Returns Following Makeover. Royal Caribbean completes acquisition of Silversea Cruises shares. Princess Cruises Launches "Summer of Shark". Costa Celebrates Float-out of Costa Venezia. Seabourn Announces Europe Itineraries. Princess Cruises Unveils Mexico Voyages. Costa neoRiviera Transferring To Aida in Princess Cruises Announces Caribbean Season. Norwegian Bliss Makes Her U. Debut In New York City. Carnival Celebrates Opening of St.

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Absorb everything island life has to offer as you snorkel with the stingrays, parasail above the serene blue waters and walk the endless white sand beaches.

Enjoy a wonderful 3 Day cruise to the fun-loving playground of Nassau, Bahamas. Discover Nassau, the capital city as well as the cultural, commercial and financial heart of the Bahamas.

Meet the Atlantic Southern Stingrays, the guardians of Blackbeard's treasure. What a charming little chain of islands. Walk on pink sand beaches. Swim and snorkel in turquoise seas. Take in the historical sights.


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It opens with a piece specially commissioned for the occasion: An accomplished young horsewoman who loved fencing and male attire, the 17th century Swedish Queen Christina was anything but a conventional princess.

And she kept springing surprises on her court and country: Once there, she put herself forward as a candidate for the post of Queen of Naples, opened a public theatre and scandalised the Holy See by a liaison with a cardinal. What is the cause of famine? The obvious answer is shortage of food.

But, says the Nobel-prize winning economist Amartya Sen, that misses a vital point. Her book, The Girl De-Construction Project, is described as a manifesto to empower women of all ages. Also on the show, American actor Garth Mclean who took up yoga when he was diagnosed with MS in He wanted to find a way to treat the symptoms of fatigue, numbness and unsteadiness without drugs. Garth is now a fully qualified yoga instructor and his show at Edinburgh promises to take the audience on a journey from the fast-paced life of Hollywood to Canada to India and the feet of yoga master BKS Iyengar.

Private Passions - Henry Blofeld. Henry was a very promising young cricketer, but his prospects of a first-class career were ended by a near-fatal accident at the age of He eventually found his way to cricket journalism and ultimately to Test Match Special, where he was a mainstay for nearly 50 years, illuminating each match with his forensic knowledge of the game.

Programme to include music by: Jules Verne's science fiction classic brought vividly to life in this thrilling, fast-moving dramatisation, featuring the mysterious Captain Nemo and a ferocious giant squid. Sagar Arya Professor Pierre Aronnax Madeline Hatt Ned Land David Seddon Captain Farragut Permission To Speak, Sir! Listeners will be able to hear Snoad and Knowles reflect on how the original television cast took to radio and discuss the changes that had to be made to make the scripts work.

Laura Whitmore's Sunday Session. Laura will also catch up with a wide range of guests over the next six weeks, including musicians, journalists, comedians, cultural and social influencers. Nihal meets pop royalty Debbie Harry, lead singer of the genre-bending band Blondie. Noel Gallagher is next, as Nihal delves deep to hear stories of Noel's early days in Manchester, the global success of Oasis and his stormy relationship with his brother Liam. The format is a relaxed long-form conversation, usually done face to face, which often reveals much more than the usual three-minute time slot given for showbiz interviews.

WOMAD is a global fiesta of music, food, dance and art. The first festival took place in , and since then has taken place in 27 countries and has held over festivals. The First Time with Roger Daltrey. Matt Everitt interviews Roger Daltrey to reveal the pivotal moments and songs that have shaped his life and a career spanning over 50 years.

Daltrey first came to prominence in the mid s as the lead singer and founder of one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, The Who. Hannah Peel Sits In. Journey To Cassiopeia, and each track is a new collaborative re-imagining. Unearthing The Past In Srebrenica. Sasha was six years old when Serb soldiers drove into his home town of Mostar. His Muslim family was a mix of Bosnian and Serbs and the war ripped it apart.

His links to the dreadful era continue: On 11 July every year, the bodies of those whom he has helped find over the past 12 months are re-buried in an Islamic service, and Anna will witness this moving and symbolic ceremony at the Potocari Cemetery. As she travels around the area Anna will join up with Nedzad Advic, who everyday takes his shovel to search for the hundreds of Muslims from this area who are still missing.

Anna will then travel to meet a group of mothers from Srebrenica. Munira and Kada had husbands brothers and sons taken way and killed; Kada only found the remains of her husband a few years ago, and was only able to bury the leg bones of her son. Lizzie selects the most intriguing thoughts and surprising moments from the two-day event. The Arts Hour On Tour: How does the relationship between Francophone and Anglophone cultures feed creativity in this multicultural city?

And how is the cultural landscape changing for indigenous artists in and around Montreal? There is live stand up from comedian Eddy King, and live music from post rap group the Dead Obies and the legendary Martha Wainwright.

A trail of bodies leads deeper into the conspiracy: With amazing exhibits, live performances, displays of innovation, new artworks and magical experiences, The Exhibition takes over the cityscape of Newcastle. The band have sold over 15 million records worldwide, have five UK platinum albums and have gathered over one billion streams of their music. Gary is a prolific songwriter, and not just with Snow Patrol. Ken also has another round of PopMaster, as well as the daily love song and record and album of the week.

Composer Of The Week - Schnittke. This week Donald Macleod explores the strange and brilliant world of Soviet composer Alfred Schnittke.

Donald begins the week by exploring the connections - musical, psychological and spiritual - between Alfred Schnittke and the great titan of Soviet music, Dmitri Shostakovich. Wednesday - A Religious Awakening By the mids, Schnittke was the most sought-after composer in Russia, famous for his wild imagination and bizarre musical surprises. Donald Macleod presents music associated with this religious revival - including his Choir Concerto which is considered one of the masterpieces of 20th century choral music.

Thursday - Triumph and Catastrophe The year was perhaps the most important of Schnittke's entire life - for reasons both musically brilliant, and personally catastrophic. It saw the creation of a quintet of acknowledged masterpieces of the late 20th century, cementing Schnittke's position as perhaps the greatest Russian composer since Shostakovich.

Friday - Farewells Schnittke's crippling stroke of was to be the first of several over the next decade - the last of which would claim his life. Rather than stepping back from composing, however, the composer seems to have regarded his mortality as a driver to create ever more music.

Donald Macleod introduces a pair of masterpieces from his final years: Reflections With Peter Hennessy. Historian Peter Hennessy asks senior politicians to reflect on their life and times. He discusses his formative experiences and tells how soldiering influenced his politics. He stood for the Liberals at Yeovil in and four years later won the seat, but confesses that he never much liked Westminster and it never much liked him.

Ashdown discusses his attempts to strengthen the centre ground of British politics. Recalling his leadership of the Liberal Democrats, he tells how he and Tony Blair planned to work together in government and explains why his hopes for a coalition with Labour were dashed. Although the Liberal Democrats played a role in constitutional reform after , notably devolution, Ashdown regrets Blair's failure to change the First Past The Post voting system at general elections.

On Mazes And Labyrinths. Author and journalist Charlotte Higgins explores our ancient fascination with mazes and labyrinths, and reflects on their significance in art and in mythology, in literature and in life. Her own interest was inspired by a childhood visit to the palace of Knossos on the island of Crete, where, according to legend, King Minos ordered the construction of a labyrinth to house the half-bull, half-man Minotaur.

This visit was also the beginning of her career as a classicist - she went on to study Greek and Latin at school and then at Oxford. Teenagers Amy and Ryley are falling for each other. When should she tell him? And will he still like her? In this episode, Amy and her grandad Ted arrive in Manchester. Ted has a funeral to attend and Amy needs some time out from her mum who wants her to wait before starting cross-sex hormones. The last thing Amy needs is to meet a boy she really likes.

Michael Garner Amy ….. Molly Pipe Ryley ….. Khalil Madovi Maxine ….. Jane Hazlegrove Kate ….. The result was Unforgettable. This is the radio equivalent. In each edition of the series, a different guest is invited to interact with someone, now dead, with whom they have or have wanted to have a connection. Using technology designed for musicians and DJs to spontaneously play out short musical clips, producer Adam Fowler facilitates a real-time conversation between the two participants, using conversational snippets of the deceased from past recordings.

The guest has no advance knowledge of the excerpts, and the conversation can take unexpected turns, occasionally leading to some emotionally charged exchanges, as living voices engage with those preserved in the archive. It was to be a baptism of fire. Melody Grove John Moore Tony Garner Colin "Monkey" Howard Will Howard Kingsley Amis Natalie Haynes is joined by Professor Edith Hall and comedian Katy Brand as she stands up for Phryne, the Greek courtesan famed for her wit and beauty.

Natalie is a recovering comedian who is a little bit obsessive about Ancient Greece and Rome. Each week she takes a different figure from the Ancient World and tells their story through a mix of stand-up comedy and conversation. Today she stands up in the name of Phryne, the Greek courtesan famed for her extraordinary wit and beauty.

Glossy of skin and a model for statues of the goddess Aphrodite, Phryne was as clever as they come and minted to boot. In Search Of Sovereignty. American satirist Joe Queenan goes in search of sovereignty: Over here we've been fighting over sovereignty since the '80s.

But I still don't really understand what it is, or why it's making everyone so mad. Poet Paul Henry explores the true story of how Dad's Army's Private Godfrey, whom the nation took to its heart, belied an altogether more complex character: Behind the genteel, lovable elder that was Private Charles Godfrey was the much more complex character of the actor and playwright Arnold Ridley. In Excusing Private Godfrey, passionate Dad's Army fan Paul Henry highlights the true story behind the humour, challenging the listener's preconceptions of Godfrey and bringing the horrors of WW1 and WW2 into sharp focus.

The programme explores the many sides of Ridley's character and life through interview, personal diary, clips from the films, plays, and of course clips from Dad's Army. Paul Henry will delve into Ridley the soldier, how his Somme experience and war injuries shaped the rest of his life. In Dad's Army, Godfrey was a former conscientious objector. In reality, Arnold had been a battle-hardened lance corporal with the 6th Somerset Light Infantry, who went over the top on the morning of September 16, Paul Henry finds out about his love and family life and relationship with his son Nicholas, who is interviewed for the programme.

Henry delves into Ridley the playwright through his film The Ghost Train and other plays, and find out how this successful writer was both entrepreneur though eventual bankrupt.

In addition, Paul Henry will unmask Ridley the actor: A Man Of His Time. A story by the prize-winning novelist Rose Tremain, broadcast to mark her 75th birthday. Read by Nicholas Woodeson. In this sequel to her novel Restoration, love, lust, an empty nest and approaching age all preoccupy Merivel, physician, father and sometimes fool to King Charles II.

As Merivel sets out in search of wonders, he finds adventure and surprise. In a dazzling journey by way of the glittering court at Versailles, the purchase of a bear and a love affair in Switzerland, and with encounters with old lovers and new, Rose Tremain captures a man who knows himself and his follies and foibles only too well. Ahead of the first Test at Edgbaston, Tuffers and Vaughan will hear from some of those inside the England camp.

Body shaming is discrimination against 'non-perfect' bodies and it is usually directed at women. Kim Chakanetsa sits down with a Danish comedian and a British blogger who are challenging society's perceptions of a beautiful female body. Chidera Eggerue - aka The Slumflower - is a British-Nigerian body-positive blogger whose hashtag saggyboobsmatter started an online movement, empowering women who were considering surgery and breast-feeding mothers to love their breasts.

Through her public profile, she tackles the absence of positive representation of black women's bodies, bullying, and the lack of self-love women feel.

Sofie Hagen is an award-winning Danish comedian and fat activist. As a chubby child she was forced to go on diets, which led to her hating her body and was detrimental to her mental health. At university Sofie met a fat activist who changed her life. She then co-started her own group in Denmark, Fedfront, and talks a lot about fatness in her comedy.

She says that fat people face systematic discrimination, and on a good day she will only receive death threats because of her weight and gender. After the war, Moore rejected a grant to study at the University of Cambridge , citing a wish to "stand on my own two feet". Moore described the short-lived glowing areas on the lunar surface, and gave them the name transient lunar phenomena in His first television appearance was in a debate about the existence of flying saucers following a spate of reported sightings in the s; Moore argued against Lord Dowding and other UFO proponents.

From to , the programme was broadcast from Moore's home, when arthritis prevented him from travelling to the studios. Over the years he received many lucrative offers to take his programme onto other networks, but rejected them because he held a ' gentlemen's agreement ' with the BBC.

A highlight of the series in was when the Russians allowed Moore to be the first Westerner to see the photographic results of the Luna 3 probe, and to show them live on air. In , he was appointed director of the newly constructed Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland , a post he held until In June he returned to England, settling in Selsey after resigning his post in Armagh. Some 14 seconds after "contact" Burke says "They've touched".

At 36 seconds he says "Eagle has landed". At seconds the recorded sequence ends. Thus any real-time comment Moore made was not broadcast live and the recording ends before Burke polls the studio team for comment and reaction. Moore participated in TV coverage of Apollo missions 12 to He was elected a member of the International Astronomical Union in ; [54] [55] having twice edited the Union's General Assembly newsletters.

He said that when asked these type of questions "I know that I'm dealing with an idiot. He compiled the Caldwell catalogue of astronomical objects and in , asteroid Moore was named in his honour. Moore was a BBC presenter for the total eclipse in England in , though the view he and his team had from Cornwall was obscured by cloud. On 6 May , a special edition of The Sky at Night was broadcast on BBC One, to commemorate the programme's 50th anniversary, with a party in Moore's garden at Selsey, attended by amateur and professional astronomers.

Moore celebrated the record-breaking th episode of The Sky at Night at his home in Sussex on 6 March It was reported in January that because of arthritis and the effects of an old spinal injury he was no longer able to operate a telescope. However, he was still able to present The Sky at Night from his home. Moore died aged 89 at On 9 December it was reported that the Science Museum, London had acquired a large collection of Patrick Moore's objects and manuscripts and memorabilia, including The Sky at Night scripts, and about 70 of his observation books, over more than 60 years, and manuscripts for astronomy and fiction books, and a Moore was known for his conservative political views.

In the s, he was chairman of the anti-immigration United Country Party , a position he held until the party was absorbed by the New Britain Party in He campaigned for the politician Edmund Iremonger at the general election , as they agreed the French and Germans were not to be trusted. Moore briefly supported the Liberal Party in the s, though condemned the Liberal Democrats , saying he believed they could alter their position radically and that they "would happily join up with the BNP or the Socialist Workers Party Proudly declaring himself to be English rather than British with "not the slightest wish to integrate with anybody", [77] he stated his admiration for controversial MP Enoch Powell.

You wouldn't have had that in the golden days. Moore cited his opposition to fox hunting , blood sports and capital punishment to rebut claims that he had ultra right-wing views. He had a particular affinity for cats and stated that "a catless house is a soulless house". You see, anyone who is interested in astronomy will gravitate to it, as I did. If you start teaching it as a school subject, it's going to be taught badly, like everything else these days, and enthusiasm is going to be killed.

Because of his long-running television career and eccentric demeanour, Moore was widely recognised and became a popular public figure. In it was used to good effect for an April Fools' Day spoof on BBC Radio 2 , when Moore announced a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event that meant that if listeners could jump at that exact moment, 9.

Moore appeared in other television and radio shows, including Just a Minute and, from until , playing the role of GamesMaster in the television show of the same name: The show's host, Dominik Diamond , claimed that Moore did not understand anything that he said on the show, yet managed to record his contributions in single takes. Moore was a keen amateur actor, appearing in local plays.

He expressed appreciation for the science fiction television series Doctor Who and Star Trek , but stated that he had stopped watching when "they went PC - making women commanders, that kind of thing". A keen amateur chess player, Moore carried a pocket set and was vice president of Sussex Junior Chess Association.

Moore had represented Sussex in his youth. Moore was an enthusiastic amateur cricketer, playing for the Selsey Cricket Club well into his seventies. Though an accomplished leg spin bowler , he was a number 11 batsman and a poor fielder.

Until forced to give up because of arthritis , Moore was a keen pianist and accomplished xylophone player, having first played the instrument at the age of Before encountering health problems he was an extensive traveller, and had visited all seven continents, including Antarctica; he said his favourite two countries were Iceland and Norway.

The Complete History of the Universe. Some of his Italian plays display a lot of local knowledge, which it would be hard to come by without going there. In Julius Caesar he describes an African-style summer thunderstorm in Rome — the type of storm which comes and goes very quickly and is just not found in England. Some argue that he could have found out about life in Italy by talking to merchants who arrived at the River Thames. And interestingly, between and nobody knows where Shakespeare was.

I think there is every chance that he came to Italy. It still exists at several points along the Grand Canal. A walk to the Rialto is certainly evocative of that time Campo San Giacomo, 00 39 Nowadays, ghettos have negative connotations, but back then this was a place of salvation.

It was the first ghetto in the world, and was the reason why Shakespeare had his character Shylock live in Venice. A Jewish community remains — there are five synagogues and it is a fascinating place to explore, with a relaxed, peaceful atmosphere that still feels a little removed from the rest of Venice. The ancient art of Venetian bookbinding is exhibited at Legatoria Polliero, where you can pick up beautiful leather-bound volumes and stationery Campo dei Frari; San Polo; 00 39 51 Everything served at Vecio Fritolin is bought fresh each day from Rialto Market, before being turned into inventive concoctions that take traditional Venetian dishes to new heights.

With no commercial airport, there are no direct flights from the UK to Padua, but Venice and Verona are both within easy reach of the city by train.

Book a Cruise - CruiseServerCruiseServer - Search Caribbean - Search Alaska - Search Europe - TRIP Book Online: Cruise: Air: Hotel: Car. BBC Two prides itself on a rich mix of innovative, entertaining and challenging programmes, including documentaries, the arts, current affairs, comedy, drama and history, bringing subjects to life in highly imaginative ways. Jeremy Clarkson has claimed there are some 'dreadful' people working at the BBC but admitted the fracas which led to his sacking was his 'own silly fault'.