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Comedian and TV presenter Romesh Ranganathan travels way beyond his comfort zone and the world of complimentary breakfast buffets to some of the most unlikely places on earth for a holiday.

The hugely popular Misadventures travelogue series will return with three 60 minute programmes following Romesh on a single epic adventure through central Africa, visiting Uganda, Rwanda and Madagascar.

Previous episodes have seen Romesh visit unlikely tourist destinations to discover hidden gems in some of the most off-the-beaten-path countries, taking in incredible sights and jaw-dropping landscapes, including Haiti, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe, as well as two Christmas specials in the Arctic and the Sahara.

Romesh Ranganathan said: ‘Misadventures and Misinvestigations are both shows I’m incredibly proud of and it’s a delight to be able to do them again. I think they’re really good, but if you disagree don’t tell me.’

Morgan Roberts, Head of Factual Entertainment at Rumpus Media, said: ‘Rumpus is delighted to be working on a new series of these epic Misadventures. Romesh isn’t just incredibly talented and clever – he is known as one of nicest people to work with in the industry – a reputation we intend to test to its absolute limit. And possibly beyond.’

Max Gogarty, BBC Commissioning Editor, said: ‘We’re so excited to have Romesh back on BBC Two and iPlayer with the BAFTA-winning Misadventures, where this new series will see him travel on one continuous journey through three countries in Africa. And coming back with a full series of Misinvestigations too; both shows will explore important subjects, but in Rom’s inimitable and unique style.’

The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan is a Rumpus Media production for BBC Two.


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