In a daunting challenge, recruits are tasked with rescuing a downed pilot. As bombs explode and guns fire, they must make the right decision amid the mayhem.
Recruits race up a snow-covered mountain dragging a 60kg sled. Exhausted, they must then swim under ice, battling hypothermic conditions, only to discover the weakest will be sent home.
In a dangerous backward fall, the life of the jumper is in the hands of a fellow recruit; during an honesty test, some gobsmacking truths are shared; a simple mistake results in a serious injury.
Reveals the sacrifices made to keep sport on the field during the pandemic. Featuring behind-the-scenes insights. This is an inspiring portrayal of the power of sport overcoming adversity.
Recruits are brutally awoken by the sound of gunfire and a botched rescue attempt unfolds. Messages from home test the recruits' emotional resolve while a relentless pack march takes its toll.
Armed with rifles, recruits are tasked with a hostage rescue mission, before taking on their most dangerous task yet in near freezing water.
The fatigued recruits drop from a helicopter into 4-degree water carrying 20kg backpacks, before making their way to shore as a group then racing to the top of a mountain.
In a punishing day, recruits crawl across a jagged ravine on a single rope above the ocean; are submerged in crashing, cold surf; and face a physical drilling that leaves them on the brink of collapse.
In freezing waters with plummeting body temperatures, recruits wait to be rescued by their teammates before they face a test of pure grunt and teamwork. An emotional departure surprises the group.
In an abandoned abattoir, recruits face a life or death decision before they are drilled physically into the early hours of the morning. Will they bow out from exhaustion or find the true grit needed?
Every medal has a story - of triumphs, and of sacrifices. This is the story of the Australian wrestling team of the 1974 Commonwealth Games.
Recruits are pushed to tackle their fears head on in a 60m high forward abseil, while a brutal game of murderball on a black mud plain leaves one recruit with a near concussion.
Julia Hales explores people's thoughts when they face a decision about having a baby with Down syndrome and re-examines her experience as she confronts parents' fears and celebrates the joys of living with Down syndrome.
Celebrities undertake a series of extreme tasks, including jumping backwards out of a helicopter and hand to hand combat, as they begin the challenge of completing the gruelling SAS selection course.
Paul meets chatty nine-year-old Ocean who was in perfect health until she woke up one morning with a mysterious swelling on her forehead. Ocean tells Paul she's been diagnosed with Pott's puffy tumour.
Paul meets three-year-old Angel who is a regular visitor to Eagle Ward. Angel has been visiting GOSH three times a week for two and a half years as she needs dialysis while she waits for a new kidney.
After 10 weeks, Emma's time as a maternity care assistant comes to an emotional end. Katherine's hopes of a natural birth are over once she's rushed in to theatre.
First time mother-to-be Maddy is taken to theatre after her baby's heart rate drops. Emma is taught to give breastfeeding support, a subject close to her heart.
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