Race Across the World: An Epic Journey of 15,000 Kilometers and Unbreakable Bonds

Confirmed: BBC’s Race Across the World will return with new route and date

Five duos are set to embark on a challenging race across Eastern Asia in the highly anticipated new season of Race Across the World. This BAFTA-winning series will see the teams cover a distance of 15,000 kilometers through several countries, starting from northern Japan and braving the volcanic ring of fire to reach the finish line on the beautiful Indonesian island of Lombok.

The competitors in this season include two mother and daughter duos, best friends, a married couple, and a brother and sister. Stripped of their smartphones, internet access, and bank cards, they will be pushed to their limits both physically and emotionally as they navigate through six seas and eight borders.

The journey will be tough, but the rewards and memories will be unforgettable. Only one team will emerge victorious and claim the coveted cash prize of £20,000. The new episodes of Race Across the World will air on BBC iPlayer starting on Wednesday 10 April at 9pm.

Race Across the World is an 8-episode series produced by Studio Lambert for BBC One and BBC iPlayer. It was commissioned by Catherine Catton and overseen by BBC Commissioning Editor Michael Jochnowitz. The show is executive produced by Tim Harcourt, Lucy Shepherd, Stephen Day, Maria Kennedy serves as the line producer with Kezia Walker as production executive Charlotte Woolley as series editor while Charlotte Jacobs is series producer for Studio Lambert. Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure!

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