Surviving The Stone Age – Adventure To The Wild

September 2019

Theresa Kamper ventured on a breath-taking journey into the wilderness of Rhodope mountain situated in Bulgaria, with her on this journey was a cohort of archaeology and primitive skills experts. Over the course of a month they produced all of their own clothes, tools, weapons and hunting gear, just like their European Stone Age ancestors.

 

 

 

Watch the experience on UK Channel 4 for the 3-part documentary series,

“Surviving The Stone Age – Adventure In The Wild”.

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Manse Ahmad

Nicole Apelian

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Matt Graham

Casper Brown

Naomi Walmsley and Dan Walmsley

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Theresa Kamper

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Surviving the Stone Age: Adventure to the Wild 

Channel 4

“This new three-part series takes a rather more cerebral approach to reality television as eight survival experts don animal skins and try to survive as our Stone Age ancestors did, using only primitive knowledge and tools. No one is voted off, there is no money at stake and there are no pointless tasks designed to divide the participants. The task itself is enough of a challenge even for those chosen for it — most are primitive-skills teachers who should know a thing or two about surviving for a month deep inside one of Europe’s last remaining wildernesses.”

-Joe Clay, The Sunday Times