A popular psychological reality TV show is set to return to our screens this week - with one Berkshire resident hoping to bag the £120,000 cash prize.

BBC One's The Traitors is a competition series built on strategy and suspicion, where a team of players will compete in missions, with each mission they win adding to the prize pot.

However, amongst the players lie the ‘Traitors’, a group who meet in secret and decide who to eliminate from their fellow players known as the ‘Faithfuls’.

The aim for the Traitors is to stay undetected until the end, the aim for the Faithful is the banish all of the Traitors before the game ends. 

Amongst the 22 contestants taking part, including a self-described clairvoyant and a disability model, is Harry, a British Army engineer from Slough.

The 22-year-old corporal says he wants to be a traitor as he is a bit of a “Jekyll and Hyde”.

He added that if he is a faithful he wants to be “that person who takes everyone on my back so we can make it to the finish line”.

The Traitors returns on BBC One on Wednesday, January 3 at 9pm.