The Island With Bear Grylls
The younger group decide to join with the older members as their campsite is flooded. Freddie provides a snake for the campers to feast on, and Kaggy goes on a hunting mission.
The islanders hope for peace as the old and young join together to live side-by-side. However, hunger and short tempers result in trouble when they find themselves turning on each other.
The group must band together as they face a hurricane growing from 160km north of the island, causing gale force winds as it approaches.
The group weigh in to find they have lost nearly 190kg altogether. Aran and Jacqui attempt to make a killing that is big enough to feed everyone.
Bear Grylls assesses the survival methods employed by the two groups to survive their five weeks, trying to decide whether it was one group's wisdom or the other's youthful energy that proved most valuable.
Bears drops the 16 castaways in caiman-infested mangroves and deep water. The two teams soon meet, and it quickly becomes clear that the island isn't their biggest challenge.
After a class war on the Pacific desert island, the wealthy and less well-off teams go their separate ways and set up two camps at opposite ends of the same beach.
In search of much-needed food, Barnes decides to risk strong currents and rip-tides on a journey by raft to a nearby island, but the voyage has disastrous consequences.
The castaways are malnourished after three weeks on the island; the wealthy and less well-off teams finally put their differences aside in a joint hunting expedition.
The two camps decide to settle their class issues and battle the high seas, in a joint bid to raft to the neighbouring island.
Bear Grylls arrives on the island eager to get the stories behind the castaways' class war and their often dubious survival strategies.
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