To run a marathon takes an incredible amount of training, commitment and determination. To run two marathons in two days running requires twice the amount of effort. But in 2011, endurance athlete Dr Andrew Murray went a little further. Setting out from John O' Groats, Andrew ran the equivalent of over 101 consecutive marathons, covering a staggering distance of 2659 miles, all the way to the Sahara Desert.
Eden Court, Inverness
Sir Ranulph Fiennes talks about his lifetime of record-breaking expeditions from the first hovercraft expedition up the Nile and the discovery of the Lost City of Ubar, through to his 52,000 mile circumnavigation of the world via both poles and the first unsupported crossing of the entire Antarctic continent.
Dundee, Stirling, Tunbridge Wells, Salisbury, Cambridge, Harrogate, Birmingham, Guildford, Cardiff, Warrington, Nottingham, Norwich, Truro, Reading, Darlington, Aberdeen, Carlisle