Survival expert Ray Mears tracks three masterly predators, each in the natural environment they dominate, or at least did until man changed the rules. In Idaho, it's a pack of wolves. In ... See full summary »
Ray Mears goes on an epic adventure into Canada's unforgiving, yet stunning wilderness. He travels by foot, canoe and snowshoe through the regions mountains, forests, tundra and ice where roads are still few and far between.
A comedy panel game in which being Quite Interesting is more important than being right. Stephen Fry is joined each week by four comedians to share anecdotes and trivia, and maybe answer some questions as well.
Ray Mears is doing very nice job here. His shows are very informative and helpful. And you can actually use his tips and tricks in your backyard. I've learned a lot from him. I never had succeeded in lighting fire with sticks before but after watching his episode of canoe journey, i was able to not only lighting fire on the ground, but as he said also succeeded in lighting the fire within. And Ray also has a vast knowledge of plants and berries and fungi as well. And we should not compare his works with other shows like Man vs wild which is totally a different show. Ray mostly tell us about how to live of the lands. It's quite astonishing that how much you can do with little knowledge of bush-craft and little bit of improvisation.
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