The comedian takes a poignant trip to Russell, visiting the oldest church in New Zealand, where wife Pamela Stephenson's parents are buried. He discovers the public toilets in Kavakava have become something of a tourist attraction and visits the historic site in Waitangi where the treaty between the British and the Maori was signed. Billy reaches the end of his journey at the northernmost tip of the country, a site from which the Maori believe their souls depart on the journey to Havaiki , their ancestral home.
The popular Scottish comedian tours the 'Land of the Long White Cloud' with his stand-up show Too Old to Die Young, taking to his trike for a spot of sightseeing along the way. His first stop is Stewart Island, where he performs to 255 people - half the local population - before travelling from Bluff to Dunedin, the country's answer to Edinburgh. Billy gets off the tourist trail and learns to fish Maori-style as he uncovers the real New Zealand
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