Episode guide

Great SAS Missions

Great SAS Missions

  • Birth of a Legend

    Interviews with former members of the SAS. In 1941, a young commando lieutenant, David Stirling, persuaded his superiors to allow him to set up a special unit.

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  • Destroying Hitler's Airfields

    Taking a look back at the deeds of the service whose motto is 'who dares wins'. During World War II, the SAS used jeeps to strike behind enemy lines.

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  • Behind the Lines in Normandy

    The service's finest hours are recreated using interviews with former members. SAS jeeps ranged deep behind the enemy's lines, attacking reinforcements.

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  • Hunting Hitlers Terror Weapons

    Reconstructions are used to recreate the service's finest hours. The regiment was called on for one vital task - tracking down Hitler's elusive V-2s.

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  • The Iranian Embassy Siege

    Series using interviews with former members of the SAS, reconstructions and cutting-edge graphics to recreate the service's finest hours.

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  • The Falklands

    The elite fighting force's missions. During the Falklands War, two SAS squadrons went on a variety of assignments and expertly executed raids on an Argentine airstrip.

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  • Scud Busters

    Talking to those involved in the death-defying operations of the service. During the Gulf War of 1992, the SAS returned to its roots as deep penetration teams.

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