In the first of a new series, Simon Reeve leads a team of presenters on a journey through the spectacular landscapes of Argentina, from the vast ice fields of Patagonia to the wide open plains of the Pampas. In the south a group of indigenous people are locked in an historic dispute with the area's biggest land owners, Italian clothing giants Benetton; in Buenos Aires the children of the disappeared are seeking to find out the truth of what happened to their parents at the hands of Argentina's generals; and in the Pampas we meet one of the last true Gauchos, whose way of life is being destroyed by an argricultural revolution. And, from the comfort of our sitting rooms (we can't afford to go to Argentina, can you?), we take in one of the greatest matches in world football, visit a penguin colony on the edge, and a Bishop with a rather unorthodox interest in Evita.