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Series 1[ edit ] "Aboriginal Britain": Mears is based in Great Britain , where he shows how Stone Age hunter-gatherers used the resources around them to feed and clothe themselves. He encounters poison dart frogs and climbs into the forest canopy to gain a different perspective on the surroundings. He also offers an insight into the people who inhabit the dense tropical environment [1] "Jungle Trek": Mears encounters huge waterfalls, clouds of butterflies on a trek through the Amazon jungle in the shadow of flat-topped mountain formations called tepuis.

This episode was withdrawn by the BBC when the series was repeated in He teams up with a Maasai warrior in Tanzania and embarks on a walking safari. As they travel through a valley inhabited by wild animals, he spots a variety of useful plants and ends the day sleeping under the stars.

He has always wanted to construct one and in this programme he works with Algonquin canoe maker Pinock Smith, one of the few people left who know how to craft them using traditional methods. To demonstrate this, he paddles down the Missinaibi River , a river as unspoilt today as it was three hundred years ago when it was the essential route for the fur trade canoes. Ray makes a bull boat using willow and buffalo skin and spends time with the Shoshone. Mears sees how pine tar is made and used on traditional skis before spending time with the Sami people in the north where he takes a dog sled journey into the snowy wastes.

He points out the foods and plants that are available, from pig nuts to lime leaves. He observes wild badgers and deer and explains his interest in sleeping outdoors whenever he can.

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Series 1[ edit ] "Aboriginal Britain": Mears is based in Great Britain , where he shows how Stone Age hunter-gatherers used the resources around them to feed and clothe themselves. He encounters poison dart frogs and climbs into the forest canopy to gain a different perspective on the surroundings. He also offers an insight into the people who inhabit the dense tropical environment [1] "Jungle Trek": Mears encounters huge waterfalls, clouds of butterflies on a trek through the Amazon jungle in the shadow of flat-topped mountain formations called tepuis. This episode was withdrawn by the BBC when the series was repeated in He teams up with a Maasai warrior in Tanzania and embarks on a walking safari. As they travel through a valley inhabited by wild animals, he spots a variety of useful plants and ends the day sleeping under the stars.

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His ambition was to join the Royal Marines , but he could not meet the eyesight requirements for entry. While filming a documentary in Wyoming , US in , Mears was involved in a serious accident. The helicopter in which he and his camera crew were travelling hit the ground during a steep low level turn, and broke apart, rolling to a stop. The fuel tank was ruptured in the accident and escaping fuel covered Mears and the crew. No fire occurred, and Mears was able to escape the wreckage uninjured and assist in the rescue and administer first aid to one of the crew who was badly hurt.

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