What time is SAS: Who Dares Wins 2021 on Channel 4 tonight? – The Sun

What time is SAS: Who Dares Wins 2021 on Channel 4 tonight? – The Sun

THE hit Channel 4 show, SAS: Who Dares Wins, will return to screens tonight for its sixth series.

It puts members of the public through their paces and is an opportunity to see who's got what it takes to join one of the world's most elite special forces units.

What time is SAS: Who Dares Win 2021 on tonight?

SAS: Who Dares Wins returned to our screens tonight on May 9, 2021.

The popular show, in its sixth series, will then air on a weekly basis each Sunday.

The show sees four ex-Special Forces soldiers recreate the SAS's secret selection process and put 21 members of the public through it, in the ultimate test of their physical and – more importantly – psychological resilience.

How can I watch SAS: Who Dares Wins?

SAS: Who Dares Wins is broadcast by Channel 4 and has been since its launch in 2015.

Tonight will be the first episode of the sixth series, which has been described as the "most unforgiving selection course yet".

It will air on Channel 4 at 9pm, and will also be available on-demand on 4OD.

The broadcaster confirmed it will include never-before-seen tasks on the Scottish Island of Raasay – an area known for its rough terrain and bleak weather.

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Who are the SAS: Who Dares Wins instructors?

Since beginning in 2015, the show has seen a range of different instructors put recruits to the test. But who will be back for the sixth series tonight?


Ant Middleton

  • It will be Mr Middleton's final series on the UK version of the show after he was sensationally axed from his lead role.
  • The 40-year-old hardman was axed after a series of high-profile gaffes.
  • The military veteran made some controversial comments regarding the Black Lives Matter movement and has been accused by female crew members of making "inappropriate comments".

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    It will be Ant Middleton's last appearance on the UK showCredit: Rex Features
  • The Portsmouth born ex-Marine has served in the "holy trinity" of the UK's elite special forces.
  • He left the armed services in 2012 and started work as a personal security guard in South Africa protecting VIPs.
  • Ant got his first taste of TV fame in 2015 when he became the instructor in SAS: Who Dares Wins, but was sacked from the show in March 2021.
  • He lives in Essex with his wife Emilie and their five children

Jason Fox

  • "Foxy" is a former Special Forces Agent who joined the cast of SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2015.
  • He joined the Royal Marines at 16 and enjoyed an illustrious 20-year career, acting as a counter terrorism and demolition expert in the Special Forces, responsible for planning and leading operations.
  • He was also a combat swimmer and was involved in many counter narcotic missions.
    'Foxy' is a decorated military veteranCredit: Rex Features
  • One of his biggest tasks involved rescuing a civilian from 400 insurgents in Afghanistan where he also served as a dog-handler.
  • Fox started out in the TV industry by assisting crews who were working in difficult environments such as the desert, jungle and the arctic. During this time he was part of the team of divers who discovered Captain Kidd's lost treasure off the coast of Madagascar. Then he joined the cast of SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2015.

Mark "Billy" Billingham

  • Mark, 55, is a former military man and bodyguard who has protected the likes of Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
  • He was a member of the SAS for 27 years and climbed the ranks to become a Sergeant Major.
  • During his time in the elite unit he received an MBE for leading the mission in Iraq to rescue a Brit hostage.
    Mark was a bodyguard for a string of A listers
  • He also won the Queen's Commendation for Bravery after capturing an IRA sniper by using himself as bait.
  • Mark was one of the highest ranks in the SAS – Warrant Officer Class 1.
  • He joined the squad on the Channel 4 show in 2016.

Melvyn Downes

  • The show's newest recruit, Melvyn Downes, is an Iraq veteran.
  • The ex-soldier, 55, led operational tours in Iraq and Northern Ireland in the Armed Forces, including 12 years in the SAS, in a career spanning over two decades.
  • He was raised in a council estate in Stoke and lived in Dubai for the past decade, working in corporate security and for British scouting Overseas.
  • Melvyn will be the show's first mixed-race officer and member of the Directing Staff (DS), which he said was a "great opportunity" to represent minorities on TV.
  • He insisted that he was not recruited to be the show's newest officer because of Channel 4's diversity drive.
  • The married father-of-three describes himself as a "family man", but with 24-years of experience in the British military that saw him achieve the position of Warrant Officer, he is sure to make the recruits squirm.

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