The Society’s Journey of a Lifetime award, in partnership with BBC Radio 4, offers a £5,000 grant for an original and inspiring journey anywhere in the world, plus training in field recording from the BBC and the chance to share your experiences through a radio documentary.
This summer, Nicole Bennett-Fite spent six weeks travelling around the small Central Asian republic of Tajikistan and visited the remote Yagnob Valley, home to the last speakers of the Yagnobi language. This Monday, you will be able to hear her documentary on BBC Radio 4 at 8.00pm, and after can catch-up on BBC iPlayer.
The Society’s independent travel grants support challenging and inspiring geographical journeys and expeditions all over the world. The deadline for this year’s award is 6 November 2017. If you are passionate about travel and excited to find new ways to tell original stories in sound, you can find application details here.
The Society and the Financial Times are delighted to announce the winner and highly commended students of their joint Schools Essay Competition that asked students to discuss whether it is better for the world to be wealthier or more equal.
24 October 2019
We have launched a new bank of online resources to support those engaged in geographical teaching and learning in higher education.
23 August 2019
Gillian takes us behind-the-scenes on one of the nation's favourite wildlife shows, to discover Britain's natural spectacles, hidden gems, and surprising oases of hope.
18 February 2019
James Riley is Head of Geography at The Perse School, based in Cambridge, UK.
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