\"How to survive the Doomsday Scenario\". The rather bizarre title to this documentary might give you the impression that it will be somewhat of a Hollywood farce. After all, what does 'survival' involve? Apparently, it isn't so strange at all. The film talks about the survival techniques of the 'hunter-gatherer' and 'hunter-farmer'. However, the focus of the film doesn't stop there as it could be said that the entire Doomsday scenario could take place in only seven days anyway just by not doing anything.
A documentary broadcast by BBC Wales, Last Night of the Starfields, told the story of how one man in north Wales beat leukaemia by downing vast amounts of alcohol, red wine or distilled lager. The programme featured a clip from the 50-minute documentary, commissioned to mark the 50th anniversary of the British Athletics Championships.
The Basildon-born beer drinker made his name after winning BBC TV’s Battle of the Underdogs programme, by chalking up 100,000 runs for charity while attending the Cheltenham Festival over three years in a row.
He was later barred from the Guineas in 2011 after the first part of a post-race medical examination showed he had had the disease, but claimed it was not in remission when interviewed by the Daily Express. 7211a4ac4a