Todd Sampson’s Body Hack Series 2 (31 May to 12 July 2018)
Todd Sampson’s Body Hack is an Australian documentary television series which first premiered on 4 October 2016 on Network Ten.
Filmed around the world and taking six months to make a series, Todd Sampson takes on some of the biggest challenges of his life as he embarks on an epic exploration, investigating some of the world’s most extraordinary people.
He deconstructs and decodes how these incredible people live, what they do differently from the rest of us and how this impacts the human body.
• Link on IMdB https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6170980/
• Link on Wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_Sampson%27s_Body_Hack
• Series 2 Ep 1 – Sadhus of India (31 May 2018)
Todd Sampson travels to India to live with holy men called sadhus, to uncover the reasons why they worship pain and endurance as part of their religion.
• Series 2 Ep 2 – Iraqi Special Forces (07 Jun 2018)
Todd Sampson heads to Iraq, joining an Iraqi shock troop in the Islamic State strong hold of Mosul. Overcoming his own fear, Todd heads out on a mission to clear buildings of the enemy and explosives.
• Series 2 Ep 3 – Amazonian Matses (21 Jun 2018)
Trekking deep into the Amazon, Todd lives with a remote tribe, the Matses, who still use traditional hunting techniques. Todd is asked to take part in a popular ritual, but soon find himself in trouble.
• Series 2 Ep 4 – Wudang Mountain Kung Fu School (28 Jun 2018)
Todd Sampson spends time high up in the Wudang Mountains of China at a school that teaches the ancient art of Kung Fu.
• Series 2 Ep 5 – Mongolian Kazakhs (05 Jul 2018)
This week, Todd visits the Mongolian Kazakhs and examines how their bodies have adapted to the brutal conditions of Mongolia and how their existence depends on their alliance with animals.
• Series 2 Ep 6 – Fire Department (12 Jul 2018)
Visiting with the youngest fire department in the United States, Todd Sampson is on a mission to uncover what the extreme life of an emergency responder does to the mind and body.
These files are WebRips from Australia’s 10 Play catch up service and run for between 45 and 49 minutes each.