In today's hi-tech world, where there is a CCTV camera on every corner and everything people do is monitored - from cash withdrawals and supermarket shopping to telephone calls and social media posts - how easy would it be to simply disappear? That's the challenge facing a group of ordinary British people in this social experiment which sees them going on the run and taking extreme measures to avoid detection. Where they go and what they do is entirely up to them - but with a team of expert "hunters" tracking them down, the task promises to be a tough one.
Ten ordinary people go on the run for 25 days, starting with an audacious speedboat chase through Liverpool docks. Wide-eyed Loren makes a tricky move by placing her trust in the wrong people.
Can reformed criminal Nick and his friend Paul dodge the hunters in Bristol? The cyber team crack Royal Marine Matt's route. Nurses Jess and Emma charm their way across Scotland.
Emma and Jess make a barefoot break when they are surrounded in a Dumfries estate. Meanwhile, Matt is determined to do whatever it takes to see his wife and baby, but HQ are on his case.
Brothers Harry and Frank are exhausted and hungry, and cannot resist the temptation to contact their sister. Meanwhile, Matt lays an ambush for the hunters in the hope they will take the bait.
Nate plans an audacious Instagram taunt in an attempt to draw the hunters away from Ish. Meanwhile, two hunters lie in wait at a safe house for Matt and Loren is desperate to find out how her mum is.