Coronavirus has made the days seem longer and emptier as social events get cancelled and holiday plans get put on hold. Many Britons were just getting ready for summer to begin before lockdown thwarted their plans. But while some people have taken to dreaming about their holidays plans on Google Street View, others have decided to give some classic travel documentaries a go.
His best series include Dark States, LA stories and Altered states which all cover the vast land of America.
The series looks at murder, drug addiction and the world of dogs in LA.
All of the above are available on Netflix or BBC iPlayer.
The Trip with Rob Bryden and Steve Coogan
Rob and Steve provide plenty of laughs in this hilarious travel documentary that sees the two men journeying to different locations while bickering.
The series has everything you want from a documentary: delicious cuisine, stunning scenery, local culture, inside jokes and lots of impressions.
Some of the series is on Netflix.
Michael Palin’s Around the World in 80 Days
Michael is a kind soul that immediately makes viewers feel relaxed and in safe hands as he takes you on a trip around the world in just 80 days without using aircraft.
Based on Jules Verne’s classic book of the same title, the documentary series sees Michael go from Egypt to Singapore, to America and back to the UK as he trecks around the world.
The series is available on Google Play.