What do a world’s leading wildlife film maker, Britain’s most legendary young climber, Norway’s leading polar explorer, an astronaut, TV presenters, several Everest summiteers, a man who circumnavigated the world through his own steam, and a round the world yachtswoman all have in common?
They are all giving public talks for the Royal Scottish Geographical Society this winter. With stories from the top of the world, to the ends of the world and around and above the world; from Glasgow to Rockall, from Harris to Iceland and from North Korea to New Zealand to China and the mountains of the Antarctic there are stories from everywhere to everyone.
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Talks are free for members of RSGS, but anyone can come along (non-members are asked to pay £8). Talks take place throughout Scotland from Dumfries to Inverness and many points in between, and run from September through to March 2015. For further information see www.rsgs.org or check for details on Facebook www.facebook.com/RoyalScottishGeographicalSociety.