British Airways will soon be lulling travelers to sleep with the launch of “Slow TV,” reports TravelPulse.

“There’s a hypnotic, calming and entertaining quality to Slow TV that is perfect for in-flight entertainment,” British Airways’ on-board entertainment manager Richard D’Cruze said in a statement.

So what is ‘Slow TV?’ It’s a genre of television that quite literally takes normal, everyday – some might say mundane – events like a train ride or knitting a sweater and turns it into reality television at is most basic and most raw. The Bergen-to-Oslo train ride aired in Norway in 2009, and since then new videos have included a five-day, 134-hour, 1,300-mile journey of a ship, as well as 18 hours of video of salmon swimming upstream.