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You wouldn't be human if you didn't feel fear - Bear Grylls on risk, masculinity and strength from withinBear Grylls is one of the most recognisable faces of adventure TV, with shows watched in over 200 countries.
Bear Grylls is one of the most recognisable faces of adventure TV, with shows watched in over 200 countries.
With adventure TV shows in over 200 countries, numerous books and merchandising deals Grylls' schedule is timed to the minute, luckily we managed to grab him between takes as he filmed the latest camp
Tributes have poured in for the British explorer Henry Worsley who has died after falling ill just 50 km short of attempting to become the first
When you are a polar explorer, you have a different set of reference points for good weather and bad. As we prepare to start recording our Skype chat
Interview Sarah McNair Landry is a modern day polar adventurer and film-maker. At age 18 she became the youngest person ever to ski to the South
A thirteen-year-old Indian girl has been presented to the press as the youngest person to have climbed Everest. She reportedly made the ascent 10
Raphaël Domjan is aiming his aircraft at the edge of space. The Swiss pilot is pioneering a new kind of high altitude flight using nothing but the
The SeaOrbiter project which is headed by pioneering architect Jacques Rougerie stepped closer to reality after a crowd-funding initiative easily
Opinion – Dixie Dansercoer, Polar Explorer Dixie Dansercoer is one of the International Polar Guides Association’s only five Master Polar Guides and
A group of friends in northern Norway has discovered a grotto believed to be around a million years old. The 3.7 kilometre long labyrinth shows no
Prince Harry and his team of four injured British veterans have reached the South Pole. What started as a race turned into an expedition, following
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes may require surgery to remove part of two fingers on his left hand after suffering severe frostbite while
A small team of explorers are attempting a journey of 3,200 kilometers across Antarctica in temperatures as low as -90 degrees Celsius. Lead by
Filmmaker and explorer James Cameron said he was awestruck by the complete isolation of the world’s deepest point, the Mariana Trench, nearly 11