Every year we organise over 100 events at venues throughout the UK. Our mountaineers, explorers and adventurers give first-hand accounts of their remarkable journeys, transporting audiences on an inspirational journey to the wildest destinations on Earth.
In this brand new show, Leo Houlding discusses the contrast between adventure TV and adventure film and reflects on the conflict between a life of extreme adventure and the responsibilities and homely joys of fatherhood, juxtaposed against the undying drive for the next great quest through the narrative of his aptly named Mirror Wall expedition.
Surviving Madagascar features Ash Dykes most recent record-breaking, world-first crossing of Madagascar; the world’s fourth largest island, in which he trekked 1600 miles in 155 days and climbing eight of the island’s highest mountains along the way.
Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is a unique British sporting hero with an incredible story to tell. The world’s ninth-fastest amateur downhill speed skier went on to become Great Britain’s first Olympic (self-taught!) Ski-Jumper. In Try Hard, Eddie talks through his incredible life-journey; from self-learning ski-jumping and being shunned by the sporting establishment, to the extensive surgery to rebuild his face and body following years of spectacular crashes on the snow as he set out to break world-records.
In Life at the Limits, Sir Ranulph Fiennes offers a personal journey through his life; from his ancestral heritage, to the present day.