Col. George Day recounts his experience of escaping into the jungle; Capt. Chuck Klausman's aircraft is shot down in the Vietnam conflict.
Skeleton Coast; Save the Rhino Trust; bushmen.
Frontiersman Captain Robert Rogers keeps his soldiers alive in the wilderness during the Seven Years' War.
New Zealand is an outdoorsman's paradise, but with treacherous weather.
Ray tracks wolves in the ancient forests of Belarus and raids an ants' nest for nutritious larvae.
Ray Mears finds himself marooned on a desert island in the Philippines.
Story of US Air Force pilot who kept himself and his son alive in a freezing blizzard for ten days before they were rescued.
Lars Falt takes Ray through a course for soldiers hoping to become survival instructors.
Ray Mears ventures into the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains, which stretch for 3,000 miles across North America.
A wartime RAF pilot survives in the Sahara by drinking radiator fluid.
Hazards along a trip to Skeleton Canyon include spiders, centipedes and snakes.
A U.S. Marine stays afloat for 36 hours after falling from an aircraft carrier.
The globetrotter follows the progress of 20 RAF recruits, undergoing a survival-training course.
Indigenous people have adapted to the cold climate of Baffin Island and Siberia.
Three Royal Australian airmen crash in the swamps of Arnhem Land in May 1942.