An interview with the greatest living explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Sir Ranulph Fiennes, accredited by the Guinness Book of Records as being the greatest living explorer, is a man who has been to the top of Mount Everest, traversed from the North to the South Pole and ran seven marathons in seven days in seven countries, all after having had a heart attack only four months before. In this interview he reveals how he preformed self-amputation after catching frostbite on his left hand in the North Pole, witnessing the impact of climate change and how technology is transforming exploration.

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