SAS Australia host and former UK special forces Operator Ant Middleton will explore his fundamental values of bravery, determination and self-belief, and what these words mean in his new podcast, Head Game.
Launching today, Wednesday, October 4, Head Game will see Ant speak with guests who beat the odds and achieved the impossible by getting their heads straight.
The weekly podcast will hear tales of survival, heroic moments, and life-changing decisions.
Guests include Beaconsfield Mine survivor Todd Russell, homicide detective Gary Jubelin, ex-spy Jack Beaumont and more who share their stories of mental fortitude.
“I firmly believe that the mind is the main tool that we have in our armoury, and the extraordinary true stories that will be shared by our guests are a testament to this,” Ant said.
“Listeners will not only get insight into some of the most resilient minds in the world, but they’ll also be able to take some real-world lessons into their everyday lives, so that they too can get their head in the game.”
Ant is known for his time as a Chief Instructor on UK TV show SAS: Who Dares Wins, and Australia’s SAS Australia.
Prior to these roles, Ant was the Royal Marines, 9 Parachute Squadron, and Special Boat Service. His other feats include scaling Mount Everest and summit K2.
Rachel Corbett, Nova Entertainment’s Head of Podcasts, said the stories on head game are nothing short of amazing.
“The stories that Ant and his guests share in Head Game are some of the most remarkable you’ll ever hear, and to give listeners a glimpse into the minds of these extraordinary people is exactly what we wanted this podcast to bring,” she said.
“It’s a pleasure to have Ant as part of the Nova Podcast Network, and we can’t wait for audiences to experience what he brings to this latest adventure.”
Watch the trailer for Head Game below.
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