The film tells the story of a 69-year-old Californian horsewoman, now living in New Zealand who sets off on an extraordinary journey to find the truth about the origins of the rare Appaloosa spotted horse. Back in the saddle for the first time in 12 years, she crosses one of the world's highest mountain ranges in search of a lost valley, where she hopes to discover whether the experts have been wrong all along and that the true source of the North American Appaloosa horse is Asia and not Europe, as the history books would have us believe.
A young scallywag from Manchester is on a date with a student from the local University. When the conversation turns to the illegal raves that he organises, things turn sour. To save the date, he has to think fast.
National Geographic Channel. Presented by Conor Woodman.
Conor meets with questionable characters ranging from unethical cab drivers to aggressive pimps as he witnesses and experiences the travel experience of parting with personal property and money. He intentionally falls victim to these alleged scammers and says "yes" to every sex worker and pocket jeweler in the city. The show aims to expose the local adaptations of common scams - from pick pockets, expensive cab fares, to bars luring people in with adult entertainment at a high cost.
Channel 4 and worldwide. Created, Produced and Presented by Conor Woodman.
Conor Woodman was a high-flying City economist, until one day he decided he no longer wanted to work behind a computer screen - so he set off around the world to trade real things that he could touch and smell. With £25,000 from the sale of his flat, Conor travels across four continents and 16 countries trading in all kinds of products - with the aim of doubling his investment.
With access to cannabis growers and dealers, Conor takes the ITV Exposure team to find that as 80% of cannabis consumed in the UK is now home-grown and illegal cannabis production has become a multi-million pound business. And that brings with it, a dark edge.
Conor gets exclusive access to several doorstep crime teams from rural North Yorkshire to the urban sprawl of Bromley in London, to show the officers’ work at close quarters - and gain a sharp insight into how the conmen operate and the impact on their victims