One Tribe TV are delighted to announce a new commission for the BBC with Richard Parks. A 1-hour special for BBC Wales and BBC 4 to be delivered early this Autumn.
Dale Templar and Richard became firm friends while making 4 x 60” ‘Xtreme Endurance : Race to the Pole’ for Channel Five which took them to Antarctica , Peru, Wales and Nepal.
At the end of the month One Tribe TV will join former Welsh international rugby Richard , on his ground breaking expedition to summit Everest without oxygen – while being used to new research into dementia” Owen Gay creative director and executive producer of the film says : “This production is just perfect for One Tribe TV, a real passion project for everyone involved, combining a very challenging expedition with important scientific content .”
Dale will be a Travel Geek for National Geographic Traveller Magazine at Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show – talking about adventure travel. 2 p.m. – Saturday 6th February at Olympia.
The NTA’s were held this evening in London, and Bear Grylls Mission Survive was a finalist in the Challenge Show category, along with the other nominees which were: Master Chef, The Apprentice and Great British Bake Off who took home the award.
Well done to everyone, until next year!
Dale reports from Nepal on a trekking industry hit by cancellations after the 2015 earthquake. In the Annapurna foothills she finds the trails and the infrastructure intact and the welcome warm. Nepal is very much open for business.
Dale will be carrying out a short lecture tour in February for the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, speaking on “The People of Human Planet”. For more information visit the RSGS website www.rsgs.org/talks-and-events
1st February 2016 – New King’s, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen – 7.30 p.m.
2nd February 2016 – Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Dundee – 7.30 p.m.
3rd February 2016 – Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline – 7.30 p.m.
4th February 2016 – Renfield St. Stephens, Glasgow – 2.15 p.m.
4th February 2016 – Appleton Tower, Edinburgh – 7.30 p.m.