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Minute by minute with Hurtigruten

Svalbard Minute by minute

The Norwegian public broadcaster, NRK, marks the 100th anniversary of the Svalbard Treaty by offering the longest slow TV-broadcast ever: A nine-day Arctic expedition around Spitsbergen, the largest of the Svalbard islands. The broadcast premieres Friday, January 31.

The broadcast was filmed aboard Hurtigruten's "MS Spitsbergen" in august 2019, and viewers will be dazzled by jaw-dropping scenery and close encounters with natural wildlife during the nine-day, five hour and 59-minute long broadcast. Or: The 13 319 minutes of slow TV - uninterrupted.
The journey will be broadcast in its entirety on channel NRK2 in Norway from 6 PM (CET) January 31. until February 9, 2020, and can also be seen in the window further down on this page.

 

Click here for more information about Svalbard Minute by Minute.
Note that prior to the start of the broadcast, the stream may be used for other broadcasts from NRK.
For international viewers, it is also possible to watch the full stream on NRK's website if the stream on this page is not functioning.

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