James journeys by foot and canoe along a remote and unvoiced coastline, to discover why the rainforest and its inhabitants are at risk.
After lockdown Matthew Doyle kayaks the Thames from source-to-sea, logging abandoned watercraft and associated pollution, while observing how the river continues to evolve to serve our communities.
10 March 2022
In this annual children’s lecture, Ben talks about how he turns life stories into comics and animations, working with artists around the world.
4 December 2021
Kate explores the RGS-IBG’s digital library to identify the African women in the expeditions of David Livingstone.
14 December 2020
At a time when independent travel seems like a distant memory, Rajesh reflects upon the glory of slow travel and how it will adapt in the future.
26 October 2020
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