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Grace Dickinson was born obsessed with reptiles and natural history. After college she became a professional animal wrangler training wild animals for TV and film, though she later completed a degree in animal behaviour and travelled to work abroad, studying wild dolphins in Tenerife and becoming a crocodile keeper and zoo educator in Hawaii.

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Finn speaks with passion about his adventures from around the world. Over the last 10 years, Finn has pitted himself against an amazing array of extreme environments, from polar ice caps to monumental rock faces.

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Richard Harpham is one half of the leadership of the Big 5 Kayak Challenge. Its is amazing how an idea can develop to a fully blown serious expedition with Richard.

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In 2001, aged 24, Alastair Humphreys left England to cycle round the planet. After 4 years, 5 continents, 50 countries and 46,000 miles he returned.

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With over 26 years of Arctic travelling, Jim McNeill is an accomplished polar explorer, presenter and keynote speaker.

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Niall McCann talks about what it takes to row across the Atlantic Ocean as part of a two-man team which overcame a medical emergency, storms and failing equipment.

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Dave Cornthwaite's wanderlust began in Uganda, 1999, when a gap year teaching scheme organised by Africa & Asia Venture encouraged a passion for pastures new, and writing about them.

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In 1997 Jan Meek joined her son Daniel Byles at the start line of the first Ocean Rowing race across the Atlantic at the tender age of 53, showing her inspirational attitude to achieve.

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On April 19th 2009, Elin Haf Davies, as part of the inspirational first ever Indian Ocean Rowing Race, braved the Indian Ocean with all that it has to offer to become the first women team to complete it.

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On April 19th 2009, Jo Jackson, as part of the first ever Indian Ocean Rowing Race, braved the Indian Ocean with all that it has to offer. They had no engine and no sails, just the strength of their bodies, sheer determination, and 4 oars to get them 3,100 nautical miles from Western Australia to Mauritius

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Michael McGrath made history in January 2004 by becoming the only disabled person in the world to have reached both the North and South Poles ~ by any standards, an inspirational example of determination, courage and singular achievement.

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On 16th May 2011 James Ketchell reached the summit of Mount Everest.  Nearly a year previous to that James had rowed single handed across the Atlantic Ocean.

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