English cricket legend Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff is no stranger to the wild.

In Alone In The Wild he spent seven nights without another soul in Botswana Okavango Delta and after being in such close proximity to the incredible wildlife decided he just had to up the ante with Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild.

So this time round he has four wildernesses to discover but let’s first take a look at Freddie's career to date.

Andrew Flintoff was signed by Lancashire as a teenager and was nicknamed after cartoon favourite Fred Flintstone. He made his Test debut aged just 20 against South Africa, and was named Man of the Series in 2005 when the England team regained the Ashes for the first time in 18 years.

That summer he won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award, and was made an MBE.

After a knee op in 2009, Freddie bowed out during a memorable victory as he helped England to another Ashes series win at the Oval.

Freddie, 34, now runs his own charity, the AF Foundation, and stars as a captain on A League Of Their Own on Sky 1.