Ray Mears Bushcraft

  

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Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Sun, Dec 9, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Sun, Nov 25, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftCanoe Journey: Ray travels by canoe through the Canadian wilderness along a river that was once an arterial route for the fur trade, and encounters moose and beaver on the way. (S2 Ep2)Sun, Nov 18, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Sun, Nov 11, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Sun, Nov 11, 12:10 PMTravel Channel50 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Camp: The Hadza of Tanzania is one of the few remaining tribes of bona fide hunter-gatherers on Earth. Ray explains why he has such deep respect for their way of life. (S1 Ep4)Sun, Oct 28, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Sun, Oct 28, 12:15 PMTravel Channel50 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Sat, Oct 20, 12:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Fri, Oct 19, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Fri, Oct 19, 12:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Fri, Oct 19, 12:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Tue, Oct 16, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Safari: Safari is the Swahili word for journey, and for Ray Mears, the only way to get a true feeling for the world around you is to tackle a safari on foot. (S1 Ep5)Mon, Oct 15, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Safari: Safari is the Swahili word for journey, and for Ray Mears, the only way to get a true feeling for the world around you is to tackle a safari on foot. (S1 Ep5)Mon, Oct 15, 12:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftJungle Camp: Ray is joined by the Yekuana people. From building a shelter out of bark, to treating illness with plants, they instruct Ray in some of the skills necessary to their survival. (S1 Ep2)Sun, Oct 14, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Sun, Oct 14, 12:15 PMTravel Channel50 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Camp: The Hadza of Tanzania is one of the few remaining tribes of bona fide hunter-gatherers on Earth. Ray explains why he has such deep respect for their way of life. (S1 Ep4)Fri, Oct 12, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAboriginal Britain: How did hunter-gatherers survive in Stone Age Britain? From flint-napping to bow-making, Ray Mears uses replicas of tools to demonstrate Britains lost bushcraft skills. (S1 Ep1)Sun, Oct 7, 9:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Safari: Safari is the Swahili word for journey, and for Ray Mears, the only way to get a true feeling for the world around you is to tackle a safari on foot. (S1 Ep5)Sun, Oct 7, 12:15 PMTravel Channel50 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Camp: The Hadza of Tanzania is one of the few remaining tribes of bona fide hunter-gatherers on Earth. Ray explains why he has such deep respect for their way of life. (S1 Ep4)Sun, Sep 30, 12:15 PMTravel Channel50 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Wed, Aug 29, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Tue, Aug 28, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Tue, Aug 28, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Mon, Aug 27, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Sat, Aug 25, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Fri, Aug 24, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftCanoe Journey: Ray travels by canoe through the Canadian wilderness along a river that was once an arterial route for the fur trade, and encounters moose and beaver on the way. (S2 Ep2)Fri, Aug 24, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftCanoe Journey: Ray travels by canoe through the Canadian wilderness along a river that was once an arterial route for the fur trade, and encounters moose and beaver on the way. (S2 Ep2)Thu, Aug 23, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Thu, Aug 23, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Wed, Aug 22, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Safari: Safari is the Swahili word for journey, and for Ray Mears, the only way to get a true feeling for the world around you is to tackle a safari on foot. (S1 Ep5)Wed, Aug 22, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Safari: Safari is the Swahili word for journey, and for Ray Mears, the only way to get a true feeling for the world around you is to tackle a safari on foot. (S1 Ep5)Tue, Aug 21, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Camp: The Hadza of Tanzania is one of the few remaining tribes of bona fide hunter-gatherers on Earth. Ray explains why he has such deep respect for their way of life. (S1 Ep4)Tue, Aug 21, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAfrica Camp: The Hadza of Tanzania is one of the few remaining tribes of bona fide hunter-gatherers on Earth. Ray explains why he has such deep respect for their way of life. (S1 Ep4)Mon, Aug 20, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftJungle Trek: Ray treks along a traditional Amazon jungle trading path, which runs in the shadow of incredible mountains called Tepui. (S1 Ep3)Sat, Aug 18, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftJungle Trek: Ray treks along a traditional Amazon jungle trading path, which runs in the shadow of incredible mountains called Tepui. (S1 Ep3)Fri, Aug 17, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftJungle Camp: Ray is joined by the Yekuana people. From building a shelter out of bark, to treating illness with plants, they instruct Ray in some of the skills necessary to their survival. (S1 Ep2)Fri, Aug 17, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftJungle Camp: Ray is joined by the Yekuana people. From building a shelter out of bark, to treating illness with plants, they instruct Ray in some of the skills necessary to their survival. (S1 Ep2)Thu, Aug 16, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAboriginal Britain: How did hunter-gatherers survive in Stone Age Britain? From flint-napping to bow-making, Ray Mears uses replicas of tools to demonstrate Britains lost bushcraft skills. (S1 Ep1)Thu, Aug 16, 2:00 AMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAboriginal Britain: How did hunter-gatherers survive in Stone Age Britain? From flint-napping to bow-making, Ray Mears uses replicas of tools to demonstrate Britains lost bushcraft skills. (S1 Ep1)Wed, Aug 15, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Mon, May 21, 11:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftFour Season: In Britain, Ray shows how bushcraft brings a new perspective to our countryside. From foraging pig nuts to a salad made with lime leaves, he points out the foods available. (S2 Ep5)Mon, May 21, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Fri, May 18, 11:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftSweden: Sweden is a country where the ancient skills of Bushcraft are very much still alive and used on a daily basis. Over a campfire, Ray learns about some Swedish traditions. (S2 Ep4)Fri, May 18, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Thu, May 17, 11:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftAmerica: Ray takes a journey into Americas past as he travels in the footsteps of Jim Bridger, one of the mountain men who opened up the route to the Pacific Coast of America. (S2 Ep3)Thu, May 17, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftCanoe Journey: Ray travels by canoe through the Canadian wilderness along a river that was once an arterial route for the fur trade, and encounters moose and beaver on the way. (S2 Ep2)Wed, May 16, 11:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftCanoe Journey: Ray travels by canoe through the Canadian wilderness along a river that was once an arterial route for the fur trade, and encounters moose and beaver on the way. (S2 Ep2)Wed, May 16, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Tue, May 15, 11:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins
Ray Mears BushcraftBirchbark Canoe: In Canada, Ray Mears learns the ancient Indian craft of creating a canoe from birch bark. Every log has to be split by hand to build a canoe held together by roots and resin. (S2 Ep1)Tue, May 15, 5:00 PMTravel Channel60 mins