Documentaries & Short Films

On-Screen Adventures


Eastbound is the story of my record-breaking ride around the World. 

Over the course of 18,000 miles, ridden alone and with no support crew in 2018, I smashed my way into the Guinness World Record by nearly three weeks finishing in 124days 11hours.   This film follows me as I tackle the gruelling daily routine of 14 hours in the saddle with the harsh realities of the journey.  From the sheer terror of near collisions on Russian roads, to experiencing a myriad of different cultures, and finding friendships with strangers. You’ll see the misery of mid-winter in the Southern Hemisphere, and watch as I tackle alarming encounters with kangaroos and grizzly bears. A truly unforgettable adventure. 

WARNING: Contains some strong language & scenes contain flashing images

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The Scottish countryside is some of the best around for biking and camping, and Argyll is at the heart of adventure! To see if our very own Manon Lloyd is tough enough, ultra-endurance cyclist and keen bike packer, Jenny Graham, is taking her on a multi-day packrafting trip to Scotland’s Adventure Coast, right on Glasgow’s doorstep! With so much to explore, will our packrafting newbie manage to keep up with Jenny?

The Longest Line

They did it! They have crossed the longest straight line through Great Britain! Calum Maclean (32) and Jenny Graham (42) hiked, climbed, scrambled and wades 78.55 km from the A9 to the A939 through the Cairngorms National Park with a total ascent of 5706 metres. The two Scottish adventurers are thought to be the first to complete an end-to-end journey of Britain’s longest linear walk without encountering a road. They set out on Friday August 27 at 9:16am and finished Monday August 30 at 9:12pm.