A British documentary film crew hunting for deadly animals on a remote Australian island got more than they bargained for when they found a castaway fisherman stranded by the rocks. Jeremy Wade of Animal Planet's 'River Monsters' was exploring the waters of Barranyi North Island, an uninhabitable cluster of islands kilometres south-east of Darwin, for the 'giant grouper' fish. But as his five-man crew drove through the crocodile-infested waters they spotted a bright-blue cooler box floating in the water.
He lives and dies by the clock, traveling around the globe to ensure standards are being met. But a violent storm sends his plane into the Pacific Ocean and instead of being home with his future wife, spends the next four years alone on an island trying to survive. A few boxes washed up on the same shore as Chuck.
Film fans have snubbed over-the-top tales of the end of the world and voted for the story of a man trapped on a desert island with only a volleyball for company as the greatest survival movie of all time. Third was classic Jaws which tells the story of man pitted against nature in the form of a giant shark out for blood. Helen Cowley, editor at Lovefilm, said: "When it comes to the survival of the human race, Hollywood directors like Roland Emmerich tend to go big on the visual effects and catastrophic storylines, so it's refreshing to see a story of a single man's survival quest taking top place in our best survival films list.
I know that means little at this point, but I am. I tried, I think you would all agree that I tried. To be true, to be strong, to be kind, to love, to be right.
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The former Tatler picture editor was one of 36 people who spent a year on the Hebridean island of Taransay for the hit BBC series. But on his return to the island for the filming of a special edition of BBC's Countryfile programme, he decided to stay after the shoot had been completed last week. Describing the move, Fogle said: "I love it here and want some more time to explore the island and think about where my life is heading.
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