Distant Journey follows Hana, a Jewish eye doctor who falls in love and marries a Gentile named Toník. Their simple love story becomes a nightmare when the government begins the systematized extermination of the Jews. Hana's family is transported to Theresienstadt, and the romance becomes a struggle for survival.
Distant Shores is a dramedy first shown in the United Kingdom on ITV in January 2005. Like the similar fish out of water dramedies, Northern Exposure and Doc Martin, it focuses on the difficulties of an unwillingly-transplanted metropolitan doctor who is forced to adjust to a rural environment. The show's recurring cast is unusual for featuring major actors from three significant British franchises — Doctor Who, Blake's 7 and the James Bond film series. The programme itself is notable for being a rare example of a show to have an entire series shelved in its country of origin following the completion of post-production.
Distant Shores is an adventure tourism television series produced by Shard Multimedia Inc. Distant Shores is broadcast in over 50 countries. The series follow the voyages of a couple, Sheryl and Paul Shard in their sailing boat. ⁕Before the TV series Before the TV series, the Shards produced two videos, “Cruising the Bahamas” and “Transatlantic crossing”. Also they documented the construction of their homebuilt boat, the Classic 37 Two-Step. ⁕Series one to three In series one to three, the couple sails around the Mediterranean in their homebuilt classical yacht, Two-Step. ⁕Series four In Series four they travel to the Middle East, visiting Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan and Egypt. ⁕Series five In Series five they visit Italy, Sicily and Malta, where they sell Two-Step. Later they research a new boat, attending the London Boat Show and chartering a catamaran in the Virgin Islands. Finally they buy a Southerly 42, named Distant Shores in which they travel from England to the Caribbean and the Bahamas, via the Madeira and the Canary Islands. Due to the boat's low draft they were able to explore areas inaccessible to other boats.
In That Distant Place is a 2009 Chinese drama television series. The TV series is set in the 1970s during and just after the Cultural Revolution. It follows four childhood friends - three males and one female - as they joined the Kunlun Division of the People's Liberation Army and are posted to Ürümqi and the Kunlun Mountains. The series chronicles their army and love lives as the two of the males become border guards and the female a combat medic. The series debuted on CCTV-1 on 26 July 2009 and comprises 29 episodes.