more BBC America Shows:
24 Hours in the ER
Gordon Ramsay's F-Word
Jamie’s American Road Trip
Law & Order UK
Ministry Of Laughs
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
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However, you won’t find most of the items on our list in typical roundups of famous tourist attractions – we were looking instead for things that are part of Londoners’ own experiences of their city, as well as places that help to draw visitors into the life of the city as it is lived by its inhabitants.
Madison Cowan Net Fishing in Hawaii
New episode of No Kitchen Required premieres tonight at 10pm/9c on BBC AMERICA
Wish you were here?
We do too… Fiji is the destination for tonight’s No Kitchen Required.
The office is buzzing today, as many are saying this is one of their favorite episodes of the season. Looking at the photos, the landscape looks stunning.
Chefs Madison Cowan, Michael Psilakis and Kayne Raymond travel to New Zealand for tonight’s new episode at 10/9c on BBC AMERICA.
Photo: Chefs Madison Cowan and Michael Psilakis arrive to Kayne Raymond’s native land of New Zealand.
“With a focus on culture and traditions of the native peoples, No Kitchen managed to be adventurous, interesting, and satisfied my need for a little cooking action.” - EW’s Sandra Gonzalez
The Dominica episode is now available on iTunes.
To capture the remote locales in BBC America’s first original series “No Kitchen Required,” executive producer and director Chachi Senior looked to the stylistic vision of film directors Terrence Malick and Ridley Scott. He used long lenses and short depth of field, shooting the series much like a baseball game or a NASCAR race. Over 90 percent of his camera crew came from feature films, a decision that landed many serendipitous moments on film. To plan for those moments—like when chef Madison Cowan accidentally trips and rolls down a hill, machete in hand—Mr. Senior had five camera crews shooting at all times. He refused to fake or reenact scenes.
Read the full Speakeasy article here