Meet the experts
We're thrilled to be joined by two fantastic experts, Dr John Dudeney OBE and Mark Stratton. With plenty of hands-on experience and knowledge between them, you'll come away with fascianting tips and stories.
Alongside being a historian and guide in Antarctica for the past 14 years, Dr John Dudeney OBE has 56 years of professional experience, as well as a lifelong passion for everything Antarctica. John joined the British Antarctic Survey in 1966 as a scientist, working at Faraday Station, and as a research scientist, research leader, science manager, and as deputy director.
Globetrotting travel and environment journalist and radio broadcaster, Mark Stratton, has visited both the Polar regions on many occasions. A traveller from a young age, he studied geography at London University, then worked as a park ranger in the Cotsworlds.