10 Episodes captured from UKTV Documentary channel in November 2006.
Xvid 1-pass 640*480, mp3 lame 3.92 192Kbit/s, 9 mins per episode.
Episode descriptions and corresponding file names are numbered in theorder these were recorded, this is almost certainly NOT the 'correct'order.
1. Building a makeshift rucksack
The survival expert dispenses knowledge on building a makeshift rucksack from natural materials
such as nettle string, and advises on navigating in woods
2. Lighting fires safely in the wild
Ray demonstrates essential skills for survival in the wild, including a reliable method of
lighting fires safely and efficiently without the aid of matches or lighter fuel
3. Natural first aid treatments
The survival expert demonstrates his knowledge of natural first aid treatments, ranging from
headache cures to bandages
4. How to harvest food from a hedgerow
The survival expert demonstrates his skills as he dispenses knowledge on how to harvest free
food from a hedgerow, including fungal `chickens' and pignuts
5. Unknown title
Ray makes a sip well, fire-hardens a digging stick, makes a bushman ostrich omelette, goes
coke can fishing. Lindsay Cannon looks at caves in the peak district.
6. How to make woodman's tea
The survival expert demonstrates his skills as he explains how to use the versatile birch tree
to make a refreshing sugary drink called woodman's tea, and Lindsay Cannon enjoys a spot of
7. How to light a life-saving fire
The survival expert demonstrates how a stick, some moss and a bootlace can be used to light a
life-saving fire, while Guy Lindley-Adams revisits his childhood with a walk along south-east
England's chalk cliffs
8. Unknown title
He cooks up a feast of freshly caught rabbit, bakes a damper bread, and demonstrates how to
filter water to make it drinkable.
9. Building snow holes in the Cairngorms
The survival expert builds snow holes in the Cairngorms, while Lindsay Cannon goes sand
yachting in Kidwelly
10. Building a woodland shelter
The survival expert demonstrates his skills as he builds a woodland shelter complete with
natural insulation and a bed made from a pile of twigs, and Lindsay Cannon goes `island
bagging' off the Scottish coast