Tune in to the National Geographic Channel tonight for the final episode of Alone in the Wild, the survival show that documents Scottish filmmaker Ed Wardle's 50 days of solitude in Canada's Yukon wilderness. While you're at it, get out your computer and chat with Ed himself. As he did the last two episodes, Ed will be answering viewer questions during the show.
Here's the latest video dispatch from Alone in the Wild's Ed Wardle, now in week 4 of his solitary survival experiment. Ed found the perfect, breezy camp at Tin Cup Lake -- much better for avoiding the bears. Now it's time to build his new shelter.
On July 3rd, 2009 Ed Wardle was flown into the wild and left to survive alone. For three months he will have no contact from another human. He’ll be filming himself throughout the whole process and dropping off the video tapes each week to an isolated drop off area. Those tapes will then be picked up by the production crew and posted on the website daily. Each day is a new challenge with new risks. Will Ed survive? Follow Ed online at www.natgeotv.com/alone with live GPS tracking, as well as video, photo, and Twitter updates.
Here's the latest from Ed Wardle, who voluntarily wound up in the Canadian Yukon, alone, unsupported, for three months for the National Geographic Channel's new TV show, Alone in the Wild. Currently just 38 days into his journey, the show is revolutionizing reality television. Gone are the days of waiting for the show to tell you what happens, now you can keep track on your own time. By logging onto the website before the show airs, viewers can follow his one-way tweets and see short videos he has made from the field.