A dramatic story of true endeavour and exploration in the footsteps of the early pioneers. Navigating Antarctic seas for 20 years supporting British scientific stations, the author explored and surveyed the uncharted, ice-filled waters in often ferocious weather.
A fresh view of Scotland, using the boundary that divides the country both geologically and culturally as the basis for a fascinating and unique debate between two of the country's pre-eminent broadcasters
This classic tale of British bravery, loyalty and inspiring leadership has a new Introduction by Hugh Andrew and is available for the first time in B format, marking the 100th anniversary of Ernest Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica. It is one of the most breath-taking and inspiring adventure stories of all time.
I recommend it unreservedly' William Dalrymple 'A brilliant book' Christina Lamb One of the first things I was told when I arrived in Kabul was never to walk... When journalist Taran Khan arrives in Kabul, she uncovers a place that defies her expectations.
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