Sir Ranulph Fiennes
The world’s greatest living explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, has led an extraordinary life, travelling to some of the most remote and dangerous places on earth. He’s climbed Mt Everest, traversed from the North to South Pole, discovered a lost city and ran 7 marathons in 7 days in 7 continents. He’s cheated death many times, and raised millions for charity along the way. Chatting in the lobby of a busy London hotel, we discuss that time when he cut off his own fingertips and how he was nearly cast as James Bond. All that, and more, coming up on Episode 3 of The Travel Diaries.
- Table Mountain and Kruger National Park, South Africa
- Mt Everest
- The Garden Route, South Africa
- Crossing of Antarctica
- Isle of Rhum, Scotland
- Muscat, Oman
- London, England
- Shisr, Nejd Desert, Oman
- Zambezi river trip, Tanzania
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This episode was produced by Holly Rubenstein
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