Gripping, shocking and often funny, these films offer a strikingly frank and intimate portrait of the lives of ordinary men who do an extraordinary job.transports viewers to exotic locations around the world including Cape Town, Moscow, Rome and Cambodia, and is the latest in a raft of original drama commissions for Sky 1.In the darkest reaches of the Amazon, the diligent and always enthusiastic Lady Alexandra Lindo-Parker – on her first expedition for the British Museum – runs into Hooten – a rough edged, no-nonsense American treasure hunter with an eye for gold and only occasional charm.Hooten & The Lady is a yarn that rips and roars" Saturyda Review (The Times) "A raft of stunts set against dazzling scenery" Culture (Sunday Times) "An irresistable new eight-part series" Weekend (Daily Mail) What's it like to be in the SAS?
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