The latest show from world-renowned Scottish chef Gordon Ramsay will be shown on National Geographic in the Middle East.
Every Monday, viewers can watch Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, as the host of the The F Word and Hell’s Kitchen explores diverse culinary regions including Laos, Morocco, Alaska, and Hawaii, in search of inspiration and to learn more about the local people’s food.
“We are delighted to bring Gordon Ramsay’s new series to Middle Eastern audiences. At National Geographic, we have been using our media platforms to explore the world’s cultures for over 130 years, a mission we see echoed throughout Gordon Ramsay: Unchartered,” said Sanjay Raina, senior vice president and general manager, FOX Networks Group. “In National Geographic’s trademark style, the new series effortlessly blends high entertainment with factual based knowledge, satiating audiences’ universal curiosity to learn about the world the world around us.”
Viewers will see Ramsay rappel down a waterfall to meet with local mushroom hunters in Morocco, hang off a cliff in pursuit of Peruvian cactus worms, and hunt for eels using traditional Maori techniques in New Zealand.
“It has been an amazing journey travelling off the beaten path with National Geographic and connecting with locals to learn and share incredible stories of unique traditions, delicacies and the extreme lengths it takes to harvest native ingredients,” said Ramsay. “I have learned way more filming this series than I have in the last 10 years.”
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted will be shown on National Geographic every Monday at 10pm UAE time/9pm KSA time, with an Arabic version to air on August 5 on National Geographic Abu Dhabi.