RBT, a compelling new series that goes behind the lines of the NSW Police force on random breath testing operations, premieres Sunday, June 27, at 7.00pm on Channel Nine.
From major roadside drink-driving operations and mobile breath testing to high-speed pursuits and drivers under the influence of drugs, RBT, narrated by Andrew Daddo, captures all the drama and danger that police face every day in their relentless campaign against drink driving.
RBT pulls over some very colourful characters – a grandmother who says she never drinks. So why can police detect alcohol? And a plumber whose pregnant wife is waiting with a quiche on the table for dinner. Will a couple of beers after work on the way home land him in hot water?
We also meet a P-plater who stopped drinking at midnight. Eleven hours later he’s on his way to the beach for the day – but is he still over the limit? Then there’s the driver of the Toyota who appeared to pull up short of a police stop. Why would an innocent driver do that?
As well as covering traffic operations RBT heads out to sea with the NSW Water Police who patrol the waterways where the blood alcohol limit is the same as on the road – .05.
RBT is produced by Screentime for the Nine Network.
RBT – Series Premiere: Sunday, June 27, at 7.00pm on Nine