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Reports from as early as the 17th century record the existence of bars and clubs that catered to, or at least tolerated, openly gay clientele in several major European cities.

As for the TV crew, they have a different name for the show: 'The impossible project'.

The Norwegian ‘Slow TV’ was born on state broadcaster NRK in 2009 with centenary of the Bergen railway line.

And the many expectant TV viewers are eager for the action to begin.

While the herd leader stays immobile, the film crew are trying to stay patient.

BBC Four viewers have already been treated to The Canal - a journey down one of Britain’s historic waterways.

It featured the sights and sounds of wildlife and the tow path as the boat passed, giving facts about the canal as captions in the landscape.

Since then, the network has broadcast a cruise journey, a fire being slowly built and burned, and more recently, the knitting of a jumper - starting with the sheep from which the wool came.

In 2014, the tax-funded channel began the online broadcast of Piipshow, a live stream of birds and squirrels hanging out in a feeder that looks like a coffee shop.

The reindeer are being herded from their winter pastures on the inland mountain plateaux to their summer grazing grounds in the coastal regions.

Drones, camera crews on snowmobiles, and even a camera mounted on one of the reindeer are documenting the journey of about 100km (62 miles), travelling at the animals' own pace.

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