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Race Across the World Returns: A 15,000km Journey Through Eastern Asia for the Grand Prize of £20,000

BySamantha Jones

Mar 27, 2024
Return Date and Route Confirmed for BBC’s Race Across the World

The highly anticipated new season of Race Across the World is set to return to BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Wednesday 10 April. This year, the route will take the five duos through Eastern Asia on a 15,000-kilometre race across several countries. Starting from northernmost Japan, they will journey through six seas and eight borders, navigating the volatile volcanic ring of fire to reach the finish line in the stunning Indonesian island of Lombok.

The teams participating in the race include two mother and daughter duos, best friends, a married couple, and a brother and sister pair. With no smartphones, internet access, or bank cards, the race will challenge the teams both physically and emotionally, pushing them to their limits. Only one team will emerge victorious and claim the grand prize of £20,000.

Race Across the World is an 8-episode series produced by Studio Lambert for BBC One and BBC iPlayer. The series was commissioned by Catherine Catton and the BBC Commissioning Editor is Michael Jochnowitz. The Executive Producers for Studio Lambert are Tim Harcourt, Lucy Shepherd, and Stephen Day, with Maria Kennedy as Line Producer, Kezia Walker as Production Executive, Charlotte Woolley as Series Editor

By Samantha Jones

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