Next Episode of The Island with Bear Grylls is
Season 4 / Episode 3 and airs on 01 May 2017 20:00
Bear Grylls drops groups of men and women on desert islands in the Pacific. Can they survive?
Despite being marooned for a month, the men and women on the Island are barely managing to survive. Without a sustainable food source and insufficient shelter to protect them from the brutal tropical storms, the Islanders are on the brink of disaster as their bodies start to fail. In desperation, the women muster the energy to make one last push to look for food; and Simon leads a hunt into the jungle for the most dangerous predator on the island: the caiman crocodile. When Bear arrives to collect them, will they be thriving, or just surviving? Surviving the Isand with Bear Grylls is on tomorrow night.
In this special episode, Bear Grylls takes an in-depth look at how the castaways survived in the latest series of The Island with Bear Grylls. Completely alone, filming everything themselves, with only a handful of basic tools and the clothes they stood up in, Bear's eight men and eight women not only had to survive five gruelling weeks in a vicious tropical storm season, they also had to cope with food being particularly scarce due to the uncertainty of fishing stock caused by the El Nino weather system. Bear returns to meet the men and women who made it through the experiment and sees first-hand how they managed to survive - as individuals and as part of a mixed sex group. He hears their reflections on their time on the island and shares his thoughts on how they coped with the extremes.
Old and young go head to head in the new series of Bear Grylls' survival epic. Which generation copes best marooned in the Pacific when pushed to the limits of human endurance?
The young group's campsite turns into a swamp in the rain. They join up with the olders but immediately there's a row. Freddie kills a snake. And Kaggy goes on a turkey hunt.
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