In the fall of 1964, Inger and a production crew flew to Sweden to film a travelogue program about her homeland. The program was directed by Don Taylor, a frequent director of The Farmer's Daughter. Also accompanying Inger as part of the production crew was Leslie Blanchard, one of her favorite hairstylists. The show featured Inger interviewing a number of Swedish artists, performers, and celebrities, as well as everyday individuals, all to familiarize the American audience with Sweden, its history and its people. Her guests on the show included artist Bo Beskow, boxing champion Ingemar Johannsen, and actor Max Von Sydow, among others. It was also originally planned to have a filmed interview with King Gustaf Adolf, but this could not be finalized in time, and he was seen in the distance when scenes of the royal palace were being filmed. However, Inger did get the opportunity to chat privately with him, and she also met with Sweden's prime minister as well.
While much was made of the fact that this was a "homecoming" for Inger and she was shown visiting childhood haunts, ironically none of her relatives or remaining family members appeared on camera for the special. Nevertheless, despite the hectic shooting schedule and long, working days, Inger managed to spend some time with her birth mother Lisbet, her brother Peter and his family, as well as her aunt Karin.