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29 April 2017

Survival with Ray Mears

Category: Nature/Animals/Environment
Episode 1 of 3 | Season 1
Mon 20 Mar
11:00pm-12:00am (1 hour)

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Could do with a few days in the wild
Ray, used to enjoy your series on bbc2, this was absolute trash, im pretty sure one of your crew injured that elk, to lure in the wolves! Crap Crapitty Crapola
Junk   7:47pm Mon 3 May Report Abuse

Boring Arsenal
I couldn't agree more with the 1st review. I'd recorded this mainly cos I've been a real fan of Mears...up until now that is. What rubbish. A fine example of why we all should just stick to what we're good at. Let's just say that 'series link' has now been cancelled.
Aidso   10:49pm Sun 25 Apr Report Abuse

Quite poot
Mears presents this as if his target audience is 4 years old. Just when did he reinvent himself as the saviour of the worlds wildlife ? It really is the pits and as for the Harry Potter soundtrack words fail. Ray is also slightly worrying in his safari suit and shorts, wonder if he takes his jimmy-jams too.
Clayton Farlsborg   7:52pm Sun 25 Apr Report Abuse

I rate this a 10 !!! it rocks lonly 15 mins in already !!!
Coolio12345   7:24pm Sun 25 Apr Report Abuse

You almost feel sorry for this guy, whereas most peolple hope nothing bad like a plane crash or bus crash leaving you in the middle of nowhere actually happens, this guy prays for it everyday...but it'll never happen to him lol
Dom   6:44pm Sun 25 Apr Report Abuse

A Grizzly Bear Will Eat Him
Pompous, self-important, overbearing git.
Yogi   10:26am Sun 25 Apr Report Abuse


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Leopards The wilderness expert tracks predators in the wild using the clues they leave behind, and observes them in their natural habitats. He begins in Namibia's vast central highland plain - home to some of the world's most dangerous predators - where he joins a pioneering leopard research project and uses his skills on a quest to find a dominant male that has been aptly named Houdini because of its ability to escape from traps

Category: Nature/Animals/Environment

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