Dweeb surfer types

July 21, 2010 16:45 by Ben

A very funny review from the Independent:

The programme is on the BBC website here too:

Blog of a blog

July 20, 2010 07:55 by Ben

This is a blog about a blog I wrote for the BBC TV blog blog:





Just in case we hadn't told you already the first episode of the documentary airs in the UK tonight at 8:30pm on BBC4.


The Press Reaction...

July 19, 2010 07:11 by Danny


"Tour de Warrior"            The Sunday Times, 18th July 


"The story's a cracker...Part-travelogue, part-history lesson"        Timeout, 15th July


"Well-informed and surprisingly engaging"             The Observer, Sunday 18th July,   'Picks of the Day'


 "You can feel their pain."                  The Guardian, Saturday 17th July, 'Pick of the Day' 


"...a jolly and informative ride."         Daily Mail, Weekend, Saturday 17th July.`, 'Pick"


"The idea...is a good one. The result is enjoyable too."     Telegraph, Review, Saturday 17th July, 'Digital Choice'

BBC Programme page is live

July 16, 2010 12:39 by Ben

The BBC have just published a page on their website about the documentary:

The first episode is called Hitting the Road and you can view a clip (UK only) from it here:


July 19th on BBC Four...Hannibal!

July 9, 2010 00:14 by Danny

The BBC has confirmed a broadcast date for the series and it's very soon! The six episodes of On Hannibal's Trail will transmit in the UK on BBC Four starting in less than two weeks time: Monday July 19th at 830pm!

Jama Charity Fund

July 7, 2010 05:50 by Sam

We have started up a charity fund to help the village of Jama. This is possibly where Hannibal fought his last great battle against Scipio, known as the battle of Zama and it was where we ended our journey following Hannibal's Trail.

We are aiming to raise 3000 US dollars which will be used to improve living conditions in the village, possibly either the school building or the water supply.  We saw the current water system which was a well about 500 metres from the village which kids on donkeys would regularly go to to fill up from. 

It was amazing to see 2000 year old Roman water works right next to this village which were more sophisticated than the village's current system.

Please have a look at http://woodbrothers.tv/page/Jama-Charity-Fund.aspx or click on the link on the right - Donate to find out more.


Sam, Danny and Ben

Danny walking in front of the Roman ruins at Zama /Jama. Behind these are rows of vast barrel vaulted Roman water cisterns.

Off to the well for water

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Danny, Ben and Sam Wood are three brothers who followed in the footsteps of three ancient Carthaginian brothers Hannibal, Hasdrubal and Mago. They cycled from Cartagena, Spain to Zama, Tunisia - the route that Hannibal and his army took over 2200 years ago. Along the way they filmed a documentary to be aired on the BBC in July 2010.


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