The North Pole made easy. The most powerful nuclear icebreaker in the world the glorious “50 Years of Victory”. The incredible Russian beast that took me to the North Pole with Quark Expeditions – writing for National Geographic Magazine.
Dale Templar with world champion downhill biker Tracy Moseley, just after finishing filming with Tracy in action. She’s appearing in One Tribe TV’s new BBC adventure series presented by Richard Parks, currently filming in Wales.
The fabulous Welsh Mountain Rescue team join Richard Parks at the start of his Big Welsh cycling Adventure in the Brecon Beacons. All volunteers, they respond to over 100 emergent call-outs every year, saving many lives along the way. Thanks guys for a fantastic start to our new series!
Dale is in Beijing, where she will be working with the documentary division of China Central Television (CCTV). She will be presenting to a group of 60 producers, directors and film-makers who are working on a new underwater natural history series featuring the wildlife that lives in the ocean and on the shores of China’s mighty coastline
It’s been a successful couple of weeks for the team who have been carrying out the recces in Wales for our latest adventure show, although I bet Tasha never thought she’d be (quite literally) stuck between a rock and a hard place!
A minute’s silence was held today at Base Camp by our team alongside Jagged Globe, to remember all those who lost their lives or were affected by the devastating earthquake which took place in Nepal last here. Here is a picture of some of the remaining debris at camp 2.
The team has left Everest Base Camp and is now at Camp 1. Winds are high on the mountain at the moment, Gareth and Richard are enduring temperatures of -18°… but they don’t look too sad about it.