With the launch of two new sessions, check out the latest virtual offerings on the weekly schedule from Viking.TV.
Since news of sailing restrictions and lockdowns, Viking has been one of the leading cruise lines in offering exciting virtual experiences for their loyal and prospective guests.
This week’s Viking.TV schedule will include new content and interviews from notable guests around the world.
On Monday Dr Jamie Fraser of the British Museum will share the remarkable story of how the statue of the body of a Hittite goddess from the museum’s collection was reunited with her long-lost head in Turkey. On Tuesday, join sailor and maritime historian Paul Covell as he recounts his numerous adventures, including a grueling around-the-globe yacht race and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Expedition Wednesday will feature an interview Cato Zahl Pedersen, one of the most successful Paralympians in history. On Thursday, Anne Diamond will be joined by Rebecca Eaton, the American television producer best known for introducing American audiences to British costume and countryside dramas as executive producer of the PBS MASTERPIECE series.
Check out the full schedule below.
Each livestream begins each day at 7PM BST. Content is also taped and available to view the following day on Viking.TV.
- Monday, 14 September – On Monday, Dr Jamie Fraser, Curator of Ancient Levant and Anatolia at the British Museum, will share the remarkable story of how the statue of the body of a Hittite goddess from the museum’s collection was reunited with her long-lost head in Turkey.
- Tuesday, 15 September – This week, join Alastair for a conversation with sailor and maritime historian Paul Covell in this week’s In Conversation With…Tuesday. At 66, Covell was the oldest crew member in the BT Global Challenge, a grueling around-the-globe yacht race unlike any other. He has participated in a number of adventures, including the Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race, walking the Pennine Way and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.
- Wednesday, 16 September – On Expedition Wednesday, Viking’s Jørn Henriksen will interview Cato Zahl Pedersen, a Norwegian skier and multiple Paralympic gold medal winner. In addition to being one of the winningest Paralympians in history, Pederson was the first disabled person to ski to the South Pole and has climbed Mt. Everest.
- Thursday, 17 September – On Thursday, Anne Diamond will be joined by Rebecca Eaton, the American television producer best known for introducing American audiences to British costume and countryside dramas as executive producer of the PBS MASTERPIECE series, which included titles such as Downton Abbey, Poldark, Victoria and many more.
- Friday, 18 September – At Home In… Reykjavik. Explore Iceland’s capital city with a local guide.
- Saturday, 19 September – As always, Mind and body with Mona Therese provides your weekend relaxation.
- Sunday, 20 September – On Sissel Sundays this week, Sissel will explore more on the theme of “The Dream, Hope.” She will perform “The Man I Love,” “My Romance” and “In the Whee Small Hours.”