Each episode follows in the footsteps of an expedition to reveal the remarkable characters who took part in each search. Through archival photography of the actual events, mixed with dramatic re-enactments and recently shot footage, the programmes portray the thrill and challenge of uncovering something that reached out and captured the attention of the entire world.
Back for a brand new season, experienced car dealer Mike Brewer and multi-talented mechanic Edd China are tasked with finding and restoring faded iconic cars to sell for a profit. In each episode, Mike sets out to find a motor with money-making potential that he can hand over to Edd to restore back to its former glory. When the cars are finished, the duo take to the tarmac for an exciting final test drive, then Mike attempts to sell the car on for a profit. Making money on used cars is hard at the best of times…will the dynamic driving duo succeed? Mike and Edd are going to risk it all by opening workshops in both the UK and, for the very first time, in America. Wheeler Dealers is going truly global.
In 1980, the US government banned new human occupation in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, a protected area home to thousands of native animals and pristine terrain spanning roughly the size of South Carolina. Currently, only a handful of families spread across seven permitted cabins are allowed to remain in the refuge. Within less than one hundred years, all remaining permits will reach expiration, and there will be no human presence left. The Last Alaskans documents the lives of some of the most isolated people in America – the last of their kind – as they struggle and thrive in Alaska’s untouched wilderness located hundreds of miles from roads, civilisation and each other.
When you think of survival experts and outdoor adventurers there are few men who fit the bill more perfectly than the former SAS man and survival expert, Bear Grylls. This collection celebrates the spirit of Bear as we accompany him across the planet, to the harshest environments to discover how he makes survival seem a possibility for all of us, not just the experts.
Born Survivor sees Bear prove himself as the ultimate survivor, as he travels to the four corners of the world encountering some of the toughest conditions known to man, including swamps, deserts, volcanos and jungles, along the way he demonstrates some of his incredible survival techniques.
Bear Grylls: Breaking Point sees Bear take everyday people on a journey to face their fears. He helps them tackle life long phobias including rats, spiders and insects. But it s no tea party for Bear either, as he ll be sent way out of his comfort zone and put under extreme pressure as he tries to encourage, empower and cajole his companions into facing down their demons.
Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell goes beyond mere endurance skills; it s a revealing insight into the human spirit under phenomenal pressure. It marries emotion and real experience into a show-stopping format that celebrates instinct, endeavour and the will to survive in the face of Mother Nature s most awe-inspiring dangers.
Worst Case Scenario with Bear Grylls demonstrates how having the right knowledge and a touch of ingenuity can help anyone escape from a potentially life-threatening situation. Bear teaches viewers the skills needed to succeed in survival in the most disparate situations, from escaping a sinking car, pulling a man from a burning truck to fending off a wild dog.
From the Amazon jungle to the polar ice caps, Bear Grylls has seen and survived pretty much everything that the natural world has to throw at him which is why, when he is blown away by a clip of human survival in Bear Grylls: Extreme Survival Caught on Camera you know it is going to be pretty special. From parachutes that don t open to bungee cords that snap, elephant attacks to runaway cars, survivors share their stories.