A pilgrim attempts to gain entry to a castle by any means possible, to get to a beautiful maiden, but the lord of the castle will go to in order to stop him
Extreme Pilgrim is a British television series which was first broadcast by the BBC in January 2008. The series is presented by the Anglican vicar, Pete Owen-Jones who is researching the path of enlightenment and spirituality which he sees as having been lost by those in West.
The Naked Pilgrim is documentary series produced by British broadcaster Five and presented by art critic Brian Sewell. First broadcast in 2003, the series follows Sewell on the Catholic pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The series, ostensibly an arts travelogue about the pilgrimage route, was notable for Sewell wrestling with his own loss of faith and for his emotional responses to the pilgrims he encountered. Each episode features a leg of the pilgrimage route with a diversion in the third episode to visit the shrine at Lourdes. The series was a success for Five and was watched by more than one million people - the channel's biggest audience for an arts programme. The series won the prestigious Sandford St. Martin Trust award for Best Religious Programme. It was released on DVD in 2004.
A Nordic crime mini-series on the murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme and the fall of the welfare state.
The Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim was a children's television serial consisting of ten 15 minute installments which originally aired in 1975 on Canada's TVOntario and was rerun countless times afterward over the next decade on TVO as well as on other Canadian educational channels and PBS. The title character is a shoeshine boy who travels back 100 years in time by means of a magic trunk and meets Zachariah Gibson, a travelling salesman and showman who peddles elixers and tonics. Episodes are based on the pair's travels between the worlds of the 1870s and 1970s. Both characters face challenges in their respective times - Timothy is an orphan who squats in an abandoned warehouse and makes a living shining shoes and doing odd jobs at a neighbourhood diner owned by Wilma. He is bullied by the neighbourhood thug, Barney, who demands $5 from Timothy for the right to work on "his" corner. owned by his friend Wilma and is also friends with Ol' Coop, a cobbler. Zachariah Gibson is a travelling salesman who sells medicinal cure-all elixirs of dubious quality out of his wagon. However, he is stuck on the land of a hostile propety owner as a wagon wheel needs repairing and his horse has either run off or been stolen. Zachariah feels that people don't like him and that he cannot trust anyone.
Pilgrim's Rest was a short lived British sitcom which aired for just one series of 6 episodes on BBC1 from 31 July - 4 September 1997. Gary Olsen of 2point4 Children fame starred as Bob Payne. Recently divorced he sets up a roadside cafe named Pilgrim's Rest with his sister Tilly played by Gwen Taylor who is also divorced from Duncan played by John Duttine. The series follows Bob and Tilly along with their staff and several customers. The series received average ratings and was cancelled after one series. It was produced by Tiger Aspect.