Our lecturers are well known explorers, mountaineers, travel writers, TV personalities, adventure sports personalities or anyone who has an epic story to tell and can enthral our audience with a rattling good yarn. The talks are invariably illustrated with slides and/or film.
Bob Shepton - 09/10/2019 19:30
The first transit was from east to west via Resolute and Peel Sound. A group pf South African climbers ‘wanted an adventure’ Peel Sound, Cambridge Bay, Tuktoyakatuk, Barrow to Nome where the boat was wintered.
The return transit, with different crew, was made by Cambridge Bay and Bellot Strait to Prince Regent Inlet. We nearly did not get out owing to ice and a strong north wind, but eventually a weather window and a little less ice allowed us through. Arctic Bay to avoid another gale, and so to Aasiaat in Greenland
Jeremy Hunter - 23/10/2019 19:30
Jeremy Hunter’s Palace of Westminster-endorsed multi-media first-person reportage is a very powerful, ever-changing and spell-binding story that not only details daily life in the world’s only Dynasty of God-Kings but more importantly describes how close the planet was to World War III - during 2017.
Or might be in the future...
Reviews on Jeremy's North Korea talk:
'One of the most extraordinary events I have ever been to; congratulations on telling the story.'
'A fascinating, chilling yet horribly funny talk - you made it so accessible and visually riveting.'
'I have never been to a talk quite like it - indeed there possibly isn't a talk quite like it - but I can't stop thinking about it.'
Mark Beaumont - 06/11/2019 19:30
In 2008 Mark took the the Guinness world record for a circumnavigational bike tour of the World with a time of 194 days and 17 hours, beating the previous record of 276 days and 19 hours. In 2017 he did it again, completing the Around the World in 80 Days Artemis Challenge in a staggering 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes, having covered a total of 18,039 miles. Come and hear the story of this extraordinary achievement.