It's known as a holy grail in exploration because its sheer length alone contributes to its timeless mystery. The Nile, the planet's longest river, is a life source to six African countries (Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Republic of Sudan and Egypt) - some of whose names currently are synonymous with danger and conflict. The Nile also is known as the cradle of civilization; the first cities known to man were developed on its storied shores. It snakes its way through a region that's full of duality: it's both peaceful and dangerous; it is both a source of life and cause of death; it's remote and urban; and it's the epicenter for a diverse mix of religions and cultures, both modern and primitive. Now, dauntless explorer and former British Army paratrooper Levison Wood is WALKING THE NILE - from source to sea - to uncover its many perplexities and to be the first person ever to endure something of extraordinary magnitude.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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El Naddaha (Arabic: النداهة) (translated: the caller) is a modern legend concerning female naiad-like genie (ginneyya in Egyptian Arabic), who calls men to the Nile, most likely to their deaths. It is well known in the Nile Delta, the northern agricultural-based area of Egypt, typically north to Cairo, where the Nile is prominent.
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