SAS: Who Dares Wins is the 177th most popular contemporary TV programme and the 186th most famous. The first was being hoisted into the DOI rafters, on board a giant ring, within 20 seconds, by the same team who got the London Eye upright. “We wish him great success with his future projects.”, SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ollie Ollerton. The programme, which was filmed over eight days in Wales, saw five ex Special Forces personnel pushing 30 men to their physical and mental limits by completing a condensed version of the selection process used for the SAS. Its three series have been close to works of art, in fact, largely thanks to their breathtaking settings and four instructors, Ant Middleton, Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark Billingham, who gave it such an air of authenticity you could suspend disbelief and imagine you were watching the real thing. Series 1 Episode 1. “Five years ago we put our heads above the parapet for the first time ever – threatening our security as former members of the Special Forces – to bring that show to fruition,” said the 48-year-old. Fantastic work Caine, and we wish you the very best of luck with your Royal Marine training programme. The Gemmasaurus, though, performed at least three television miracles at Sunday’s Musicals-themed night. The physical challenges involved with SAS Who Dares Wins were nothing short of extreme, with participants being made to perform endurance tasks such as intense “relentless” runs, as well as push ups between train tracks and extreme obstacle courses. He went on: “There are two types of people in this world, those who can do the job and those who can’t. Sky Atlantic repeating series one of The Sopranos. This is why you’d probably trust Ant Middleton and the other three with your lives. But then so’s stifling a fit of the giggles when Richard Blackwood describes himself as “the king of cool”, and trying to look at Ryan Side-bottom’s Beauty and the Beast make-up without thinking of Terry Waite chained to a radiator in the Lebanon. We were taken out at first light for an extremely intense PT session, then told we could go and eat, only to be told 20 seconds later to go and repeat the PT session. Episodes. Read more: Ollie Ollerton: I struggle with being nasty on Celebrity SAS. “I expected that loyalty to be reciprocated. The former UK Special Forces soldier had been on the Channel 4 programme since it started in 2015 but has now been let go, and The Sun reported that it was because bosses want more diversity on the survival show. Home. And Garry Monk: “I’m not going to talk about the decision. The Ministry Of Defence's sudden announcement that women could serve in the Special Forces was a political decision that was clearly designed to distract voters and get an easy round of applause. Play. Ollerton told the paper the move came as a surprise because the programme – in which he and a team including Ant Middleton school recruits through tough military challenges – had great viewing figures. And when the opportunity arose to try out Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins, Caine saw it as a chance to see where his limits were and if a military career was really for him. It’s not. Read more: Ollie Ollerton posts about ‘change’ after SAS: Who Dares Wins exit confirmed. More EastEnders springing back to life than they had on the last series of The Living Dead. The former UK Special Forces soldier had been on the Channel 4 programme since it started in 2015 but has now been let go, and The Sun reported that it was because bosses want more diversity on the survival show. 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Search. The Sun website is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). Ollie Ollerton has said he was “disappointed and shocked” after being axed from SAS: Who Dares Wins, ... had great viewing figures. First to show, in Chile, was a Muslim called Qash, who voluntarily withdrew after discovering he’d have to share bathroom facilities with the women (he just wanted to Qash and go).