Richard Parks is attempting to break the world record for the fastest person to reach the South Pole from the coast of Antartica. He's trained hard to prepare his body and mind for the challenge, and he's equipped himself with carefully created meals for the duration. It's a long, hard journey, in freezing conditions. Can he achieve his dream?
Reed is at the centre of one of the largest tornadoes in history, but he doesn't know that yet. He and his team of storm chasers follow and film extreme weather for a living, but this is not an average day at the office. El Reno grows in size and power as it moves across the state, taking them by surprise at every turn, but still they keep going. Why? Their footage will be broadcast on television for the country (and the world) to see.
Tony and Thomas embark on a stay at The Sky Lodge, a hotel suspended on a Peruvian cliff. From climbing a vertical rock face to their room, to zip lining to the ground at great speed, it’s a unique adventure.
Stig is a freediver with an unusual dream: he wants to dive with one of the ocean's top predators: killer whales. He's prepared to take on the sub-zero temperatures and the danger, but others aren't sure that he should. Many people push themselves to the limit to experience incredible things, but is it worth it? Stig certainly thinks so.