A documentary series following the search for Northern Ireland’s reported missing people through the eyes of the Search and Rescue Technicians (SARTech) team and the loved ones of those affected will air for a second series next week.
As part of a new three-part series, viewers will follow the team as they work and hear from the volunteers about what drives them to volunteer their time to do such challenging work.
In episode one, the rescue team launch a major search operation when a man in his forties is reported missing near the North Coast, meanwhile, in Belfast, volunteers are called to save a man who has fallen into the river.
The Search is on BBC NI at 10.35 on Tuesday January 28th.
The Community Rescue Service (CRS) is a charitable search and rescue organisation operated by volunteers from communities across Northern Ireland.
They are the only accredited Lowland Rescue search and rescue organisation in Northern Ireland and hold full membership of the Association of Lowland Search and Rescue (ALSAR).