Are you suffering from the lockdown blues? Has ‘A Place in the Sun’ kept you sane over the last year? If so, you should not miss the premiere transmissions on the Smithsonian Channel of Tile Films four part documentary series ‘Aerial Greece’. The first episode ‘Aerial Greece: The Great Archipelago’ starts in the UK and Ireland on Tuesday, 16th March at 8pm and will be repeated during the week. Further premiere airdates are listed below.
Escape the lockdown blues and delve into the cradle of civilization captured from on high. Over four episodes “Aerial Greece” explores Greece’s vibrant culture and human stories, while uncovering the ancient splendor of the land that birthed western democracy. Filmed at 130 locations across mainland Greece and the islands of Santoríni, Mykonos, Delos, Mílos, Andros, Tínos, Náxos, Gyaros, Amorgós, Rhodes, Symi, Kós, Kálymnos, Nísyros, Sámos, Chios, Crete, Skópelos, Hydra, Cephalonia, Corfu, this series is not to be missed!
EPISODE 1 – AERIAL GREECE: THE GREAT ARCHIPELAGO
The Cyclades Islands of Greece known as the Great Archipelago, are a ring of over 200 islands filled with extraordinary history and ancient myth. Each island has its own unique story, from the tourist hotspots of Mykonos and Santoríni, to the hidden grandeur of Náxos and Amorgós. This first episode of “Aerial Greece” explores the stories of nine of these magnificent and enthralling islands.
Smithsonian Channel Premiere Airdates in the UK & Ireland:
Aerial Greece: The Great Archipelago Tuesday, 16th March 2021
Aerial Greece: The South Tuesday, 23rd March 2021
Aerial Greece: Crete & the Eastern Islands Tuesday, 30th March 2021
Aerial Greece: The North Tuesday, 6th April 2021
Narrator: Bessie Carter
Smithsonian Channel Premiere Airdates in the USA:
Aerial Greece: The Great Archipelago Sunday, 7th March 2021
Aerial Greece: The South Sunday, 14th March 2021
Aerial Greece: Crete & the Eastern Islands Sunday, 21st March 2021
Aerial Greece: The North Sunday, 28th March 2021
Narrator: Eric Meyers
The Smithsonian Channel can be viewed in the UK and Ireland on Sky 171 / 889, Virgin Media 276, Freeview 56 and Freesat 175. Why not take your trip to Greece now!