SAR team on small screen

Kent Harrison rescue team featured on television program

Anyone receiving the Saskatchewan Communications Network by satellite may want to start tuning into a show called Call Out: Search and Rescue.

The Kent Harrison Search and Rescue is featured a number of times in the series, now in its second season.

Other channels the show is available on are SRC, Knowledge Network, ACESS, The Cave and Sun TV, although some of those stations are now airing the first season, including the more widely-available Knowledge Network.

The series follows SAR teams across the country, taking the viewer along on rescue calls that involve air support, watercraft rescues, and more.

Kent Harrison Search and Rescue is featured in season two, and that airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on SCN.

To find out more about the show, visit www.calloutsar.tv.

 

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