Where The Wild Men Are - S3 Ep1 - Namibia
Namibia - Adventurer Ben Fogle heads to Africa and the deep desert sand dunes of Namibia. He lives with 50-year-old Gideon David and his young family in the largest conservation area on the continent. Gideon is a master bushman who quit a city career in life insurance for the dry and dusty desert. Ben embraces the harsh and relentless work of farm life in temperatures pushing 40 degrees. He tends over 150 animals, repairs baboon damage to water pipes and even learns how to castrate sheep with his teeth. (S.3,Ep.1) (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG(A,W)
Where The Wild Men Are was broadcast on SBS 2 at Tuesday 2 May 2017, 07:40.
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Where The Wild Men Are is a British documentary series hosted by English author and TV presenter Ben Fogle (One Mas and His Dog, Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle). For the show Fogle travels around the world in order to meet people who have left Western society behind and settled in some of the planet's most isolated locations. The stories of Where The Wild Men Are include that of a high finance professional moving to the swamplands in Southern Georgia, a Florida taxi driver becoming a coconut farmer in the Philippines, and a 69-year old ex-fighter pilot who settled down at the foothills of the Himalayas in India.