Dual Survival

  • 2010
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

Two survival experts share tips for weathering wild locales.

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Escape and Evasion
01:38 — When faced with a tough choice in the borderland between Mexico and Texas, Matt and Joe decide to split up.
The Science and Art of Terrain Association
02:25 — Once Grady and Bill get to lower elavation, they see a cleraing where they can terrain associate using an old map and compass made from magnet, pen, a (more…)
Joe Teti and Matt Graham Chased Down by Baboons
01:35 — In Namibia, Matt and Joe have to think fast to get away from a troop of angry baboons.
Tree Climbing With Jumar Technique
02:17 — To get a better viewpoint of the landscape, Grady prepares the single rope he has to climb this grandmother tree with the Jumar Tecnique.
Cold Weather Survival Tactics
03:04 — In cold weather survival, you want to get warm as fast as possible. Insulation is from the the cold ground is key when readying a shelter.
Takeaways: Surviving Idaho
01:51 — Mistakes were made and many lessons were learned in Idaho. Watch to see Grady and Bill's major takeaways from their survival scenario in the Sawtooth (more…)
Navigating a River Canyon
02:07 — Grady and Bill get below the snow line right into the threshold of a rushing water source. Their decision: go around it along a dangerous rock line.
Looking Out for the 'Umbles'
01:23 — While surviving in Maine, getting hypothermia is a major concern for Bill and Grady. They need to be on the look out for the umbles - stumbles, mumble (more…)
My Survival Inspiration: Maine
01:09 — In the North Woods, Bill and Grady faced worst-case-conditions for hypothermia. This is what inspired them to go past their edges and persevere.
Surviving Namibia
02:22 — Find out how intense the Namibia environment and experience was for Joe Teti and Matt Graham.
Using Plants for Both Food and Shelter
01:16 — Stranded on a tropical island, Matt and Joe split up in search of the supplies they will need to survive.
Survival 101: Nature's Survival Knife
01:01 — Knives are one of the handiest tools to have in a survival situation-- Matt Graham shows us how to make one in a pinch.
Injury in the Wild Means a Struggle for Survival
01:21 — After Joe Teti injures his knee, it is up to Matt Graham to guide the duo through the thick jungle of Belize.
Single Match Gas Test for CO2
03:00 — The cave that could be the perfect shelter could also be filled with carbon dioxide. Bill knows he can test if there's poisonous gas, but it will requ (more…)
Face to Face With a Cuban Croc
01:19 — As Grady and Bill wade through deep waters in Cuba, they encounter a giant Cuban crocodile. This isn't your ordinary croc.
Trench Foot Trouble
01:17 — Grady and Bill struggle to dry their extremities after traveling through waist-deep water in Cuba. The last thing Grady wants is to have trench foot.. (more…)
Surviving Maine
01:32 — Exposure is the biggest threat in an environment like this, so having proper attire is key for survival success. Find out what else Bill and Grady lea (more…)
Survival 101: Building a Simple Shelter
01:14 — In cooler temperatures, it's a good idea to collect lots of natural insulation.
Making an Obsidian Spear Tip
01:17 — Bill McConnell skillfully fashions a spearhead from obsidian. His last strike is critical in forming a sharp weapon instead of a broken rock.
Stop Hugging Trees
01:25 — After a serious hunt for water, Bill recognizes a key indicator of a water source. But is his hippie attitude is starting to be too much for Grady?
My Survival Inspiration: Cuba
01:27 — Dual perspectives on swamps show the same survival scenario in two ways. See how Bill and Grady approached Cuba with two mindsets but got through it (more…)
Pulling the Plug?
02:37 — Dramatically fluctuating temperatures causes dire situations while on location, causing one survivalist to become violently ill.
Even Ninjas Fall Sometimes
01:12 — The terrain in Nepal is proving to be tricky even for the master Matt Graham.
Survival 101: Three Things to Look for in Firewood
02:08 — Matt's firestarting techniques may seem magical, but with his advice, you too can find the ideal wood to start a fire.
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  • Premiered: June 11, 2010
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: Two survival experts share tips for weathering wild locales. (more)

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