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Polar Journeys: Through ice and time

Join our experts in London for an evening all about Polar expeditions.


You’re invited! Join us in London for our ‘Polar Journeys: Through Ice and Time’ event

Join us for a night of polar travel at one of London’s most iconic and prestigious venues, as we join forces with the teams of the M/V Greg Mortimer and M/V Sylvia Earle. We bring you an exciting live event featuring expedition specialist and historian Carol Knott, as well as award-winning digital and broadcast presenter Saunders Carmichael-Brown. They’ll be sharing intrepid tales of discovery, fascinating stories from remote realms, as well as top tips for travelling in the Arctic and Antarctic.  

And if an evening of tales from the poles wasn’t enough, we’ll have polar experts on hand, you'll also find event-exclusive offers for your dream Polar adventure, as well as a prize draw during the event.

When: Tuesday 30 April
Venue: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR (Exhibition Road entrance)
Time: Doors open at 6:30pm, 7:30pm start

The event is free, but registration is required to secure your spot and tickets are limited. 

These events tend to book fast, so we advise to book as early as possible. 

We look forward to seeing you on 30 April and sharing the wonders of these remote and breathtaking destinations. 
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Meet our experts

We’re thrilled to be joined by two fantastic experts, expedition specialist and historian Carol Knott, as well as award-winning digital and broadcast presenter Saunders Carmichael-Brown. With plenty of hands-on experience between them, you’ll be coming away with fascinating tips and stories.

Carol Knott

Carol is a specialist in Polar history, frequently lecturing on famous explorers such as Scott, Amundsen and Shackleton, but she particularly enjoys teaching about more neglected but equally important contemporaries. Having spent a lifetime working as a field archaeologist and expedition guide, Carol has travelled for thirty years on expedition cruise ships and will be sharing insight into life on-board. 

Saunders Carmichael-Brown

With a background and passion in adventure travel and sustainability, Saunders was an integral part of the Endurance discovery media team. His first visit to Antarctica left him hungry to return and continue where he left off, telling and sharing the stories of the polar regions, from history and wildlife to science and technology. His passion for protecting the natural world is a large part of his life and work, with the polar regions playing a significant role.
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