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Coasts of Denmark 2
A second volume of Coasts of Denmark is in the making.
The coming series will show Denmark in a way never seen before.
The hosts in Coast of Denmark 2 are known from the first series: Anders Drud, Flemming Rune and Line Friis Frederiksen. The fourth on the left is archaeologist Marlene R. Kramm, new in the team.
Read more at dr.dk/DR1/danmark-kyst-til-kyst (Danish) or follow the programme on Facebook:
DENMARK // HORIZON
Content Power House has produced the film for the Danish pavilion at the World's Fair EXPO 2012 in Yeosu, South Korea. Watch video.
EXPO 2012 takes place from May 12 - August 12, 2012. The theme is "The Living Ocean and Coast; Diversity of Resources and Sustainable Activities." Read more at the Danish Business Authority's page on the exhibition.
Content Power House is among the Danish exhibition partners.
Coasts of Denmark
Join us on a fantastic journey along the Danish coastline and into the way it has shaped Denmark and its people.
Denmark has one of the world’s longest coastlines compared to the square miles of the country. Furthermore Danes never have more than 50 kilometers to the ocean no matter where in the country they live. Five expert presenters explore the landscapes above and below sea level and unearth secrets and facts never revealed before, conducting experiments on site. ‘Coasts’ are filled with stories on history, geography, archaeology, culture and marine biology, and always centered around a vivid, local storyteller.
All shows feature new beautiful aerials and stunning underwater photography in full HD.
The first season opened on June 13th, 2011 at 8pm with a sensational 41,8% share, and the show has kept above 30% for the whole summer, rating between 500.000 and 700.000 viewers. Most viewers watching 1 episode have reoccurred more than twice. Audience rated 4 out of 5, with teenagers rating 3, 8. Similar shows in the UK have been rated very well and now run on 6th season.
'Coasts of Denmark' is the first major Danish on-the-spot reportage show ever recorded in HD quality and 5.1. surround sound. The TV series has been broadcasted on DR1 and DR HD. The series is inspired by the popular series 'Coast', which has run six seasons on BBC 2 and among other visited Denmark in 2010.
Several institutions and funds have supplied crucial financial support, among them Danish Fishermen's Association, The Danish Outdoor Council, a number of the most progressive Danish shipping companies and Realdania. The equipment supplier Twentyfourseven stands behind the technical equipment. The TV series has been co-produced with Nature & Science and Danish Broadcasting Corporation.