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Speaker Tag: Explorer

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Ben Saunders

Ben Saunders is a polar explorer and a record-breaking long-distance skier, with five North Pole expeditions under his belt. He is the youngest to ski solo to the North Pole and holds the record for the longest solo Arctic journey by a Briton. Since 2001, Ben has skied more...

Joseph MacInnis

What is it like to dive under the ice of the Northwest Passage and discover, after three years of searching, a three-masted British ship that sank in 1853 – the golden age of Arctic exploration- and is still intact? How does it feel to be among the first to...

Bruce Parry

In 1988 Bruce Parry became a Royal Marines officer at the age of 18. He served in arctic Norway and was sent to Kurdistan to manage the refugees fleeing Saddam Hussein in the first Iraq war. Back in England, Bruce Parry became the Royal Marines’ youngest ever Physical Training...

Ranulph Fiennes

In 1984 the Guinness Book of Records described Sir Ranulph Fiennes as the “World’s Greatest Living Explorer”. His expeditions around the world include Transglobe (the world’s first surface journey around the world’s polar axis) 1979-82; North Polar Unsupported Expedition (furthest north unsuppported record) 1986; Anglo-Soviet North Pole Expedition 1990/91;...

Benedict Allen

Benedict Allen, “television’s most fearless man” was the first to bring authentic adventure to television, famously recording his pioneering expeditions without a camera-crew and often in very real and constant danger. Uniquely, Benedict does not use a GPS, satellite phone, maps or compasses and survives alone through applying the...

Tom Avery

As one of only 41 people in history to have reached both the North and South Poles on foot, Tom Avery is quickly gaining the reputation as one of the UK’s leading explorers. He achieved this remarkable feat at the tender age of 29, making him the youngest Briton...