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Living Dangerously: My Life as an Explorer

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Tickets £12.50, available in advance from the Scott Polar Research Institute, Lensfield Road

Since 1969 Sir Ranulph Fiennes has led numerous expeditions. Described as the “World’s Greatest Living Explorer”, his exploits have pushed the limits of human knowledge and endurance. In the process he has achieved some legendary polar records. In 1993 he was appointed OBE for ‘human endeavour and charitable services’; and in 1995 a second clasp to his Polar Medal in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in polar exploration. Sir Ranulph is also a renowned author and speaker. This is a fund-raising lecture for the Diamond Jubilee of the Scott Polar Research Institute’s Friends. Tickets £12.50 are available from the Institute.

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