SAS: Who Dares Wins is back on television screens tomorrow night as the remaining recruits battle through the course.
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Each week, one or two contestants leave the process, and Nathaniel, recruit number 16 has spoken out about the creation of the show following his exit.
Discussing whether or not the contestants get briefed before going on the show, Nathaniel explained how they don’t get talk anything about what’s going to happen to them.
“No you don’t get briefed,” he revealed before adding: “They didn’t tell you where you were going.
“Even when we were selected we didn’t know where we were going until we got to the airport.”
As for the production of the show, Nathaniel revealed how authentic the making of it is: “No take two or none of the stuff.
“It’s 100 per cent real, even the bus – when we got ambushed. I was shaking, it was real. It doesn’t matter if you seem them on TV, you actually feel like it is real, you feel like you are getting ambushed. The staff take it seriously.”
Discussing the staff and how they work on camera, the recruit said: “They don’t care about the cameras.
“Ant definitely didn’t care about the cameras, they kept telling them to get out of the way.”
Discussing what it was like to be around Ant, Nathaniel explained: “Even when I got there, I didn’t look at Ant and be like ‘it’s Ant Middleton’ these are Special Forces, you’re going to get beasted!”
Express.co.uk has contacted Ant Middleton’s representative and Channel 4 for a comment.
It comes after Nathaniel left the course based on medical grounds. You can read his full story here.
Meanwhile, the recruit discussed the hardest thing he had to do whilst on the show and explained why he didn’t want to do it.
In a previous episode, viewers of SAS will remember how the staff pitted contestants against one another in a fighting challenge.
Nathaniel revealed how “fighting Louise was the hardest thing” he had to do.
Elsewhere on the show, viewers tuned in to an emotionally tough episode last weekend.
As the recruits took part in more gruelling tasks and challenges, one scene left those watching at home in tears.
It came as one contestant opened up about the devastating death of his wife.
After being pulled into interrogation by the Staff, Mark was probed about the secret he was “masking”.
“We’re hoping you can elaborate. You do realise the more you talk to us the more we can help you out,” Ant explained.
And following a few minutes of chatting, Mark revealed the real heartbreak he recently suffered.
SAS: Who Dares Wins returns Sunday night at 9pm on Channel 4.