Frogo said:Sorry Folks,
But the guy is still repeating him self, I think Mr Mears is loosing it.
Was he a lot slimmer in those old clips, every time you see the guy hes eating.
Titchmarsh, is far more interesting. :biggthump
Yeah, it was interesting to compare what he was carrying to what his mate was when they were wandering around in the bush - Ray had a daypack, mate had a bow and arrows (and a head stuffed full of local knowledge)!leon-1 said:People should notice that Ray is far from minimalist as well, there is always a certain amount of safety equipment that goes and the "just in case kit", on previous programs you did not always get the sense of that, whereas on this one I have
Bang on Tony.Tony said:Why watch it then? Stick with Mr Titchmarsh and have a happy life :biggthump
Im surprised at how pedantic you lot are, so what if he says spark rod, so what if its a bit of a travel show and comparable to his old series.
I was disappointed that the series was not about the UK and about stuff that we can relate to a bit more than the Amazon or Africa. But, its still good to watch and I really dont see the point in moaning about it. If you dont like it dont watch it.
Thinking about this, I reckon that one of his aims was to show that bushcraft skills are alive, used, relevant, and important. To do this, he needs to go to areas where these skills are being used to support life.JFW said:I have to admit though that I was expecting the programme to be based on a UK environment but mayby I got the wrong end of the stick, it's still one of the best shows on telly at the moment.