"Life is fantastic. I get up in the morning and I put on my legs. It's like putting on a pair of trousers. I feel naked without them". The five-part observational television documentary series, following the lives of exceptional Irish people, makes its return for a second stint on RTE1. Each week, the viewer is invited to spend time with 'me' - one of a group of people who have allowed cameras to access their lives and to see how they function each day. This week we enter the world of Michael Stewart, a keen bodybuilder who lost both his legs as the result of a motorbike accident in 2001. He reveals how he started walking using prosthetic limbs within six months of the tragedy, and was inspired by a visit to the Mr Northern Ireland Championships in 2005 to resume his sporting activities.