episode set in motion the country's return to independence, when Morocco officially became ''al-Mamlaka al-Maġribiyya'' (المملكة المغربية) ("The Maghreb Kingdom"), its name no longer referring to the city of Marrakesh. Marrakesh is known by a variety of nicknames, including the "Red City", the "Ochre City" and "the Daughter of the Desert", and has been the focus of poetic analogies such as one comparing the city to "a drum that beats an African
, and serves as capital of the Techiman Municipal District. Several episodes of the series have been shot on location abroad. In 2004, the romance between nurse Jess Griffin (Verona Joseph) and anaesthetist Zubin Khan (Art Malik) culminated in an episode set in Paris.
Zubin Khan (Art Malik) culminated in an episode set in Paris. The following year
;Jamaican drug (Illegal drugs) baron murderer # James Spencer Springette—Caribbean drug kingpin CARICOM CARICOM (The Caribbean Community) governments denounced the "removal" of Aristide from government. They also questioned the legality of the new government. The Prime Minister of Jamaica, P.J. Patterson (Percival James Patterson), said that the episode set "a dangerous precedent for democratically elected governments anywhere and everywhere, as it promotes the removal of duly elected persons from office by the power of rebel forces." commons:Jamaica
abroad. In 2004, the romance between nurse Jess Griffin (Verona Joseph) and anaesthetist Zubin Khan (Art Malik) culminated in an episode set in Paris.
segments that parodied ''Jeopardy!'', ''Who Wants to be a Millionaire (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (US game show))'' and or ''The Weakest Link'', in which contestants answered trivia questions about the common beliefs of the featured era. Anachronisms were frequent and deliberate, adding to the show's distinctive humour. For example, in one episode set in AD 100 and focusing on gladiatorial combat, the "Zamboni family" was responsible for tidying the Colosseum between