Phil Keoghanâ€™s 16-year-tenure as the host of The Amazing Race means he never spends too much time in any given place. But in his off-time from jet setting around the world filming the showâ€™s upcoming 30th season, heâ€™s taken a moment to slow things down and travel through just one country: his homeland of New Zealand. His new special â€œFlying High with Phil Keoghanâ€ on the Smithsonian Channel is meant to showcase the human side of the land of the Kiwis, rather than the rolling hills and fields of sheep the country typically conjures up.Â â€œWe make ordinary people out of extraordinary people,â€ he says. â€œCelebrities like Peter Jackson or Sam Neill, and then conversely weâ€™re making celebrities out of ordinary people, like the farmer who rounds up sheep with a drone.â€Â
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