Geologist Erik Gulbranson talks about finding the oldest forest fossils ever to be found in Antarctica: 280 million years old!
Author Rebecca Priestley discusses her anthology of Antarctic science, from James Cook to today.
Mission scientist for NASA’s Operation IceBridge, John Sonntag talks about the aerial survey of the polar ice sheets
Astronomer Robert Schwarz talks about his record 13 winters at the South Pole
Travel writer Sara Wheeler revisits her 1996 bestseller Terra Incognita, Travels in Antarctica
The story of Ireland's great Antarctican, Tom Crean, veteran of three expeditions: Discovery, Terra Nova, and Endurance. We talk to historian Michael Smith.
Sub-glacial Lake Whillans in West Antarctica, underneath the Whillans Ice Stream that feeds into the Ross Ice Shelf. We speak to Helen Amanda Fricker of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Speedo Diplomacy; advocating for a Marine Protected Area in the Ross Sea. We speak to endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh about his successful campaign.
Robin Bell of Lamont- Doherty Earth Observatory, describes the Gamburtsev Mountains in Antarctica, a hidden mountain range beneath the ice sheet.
The dramatic crack growing across the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica. Adrian Luckman of Swansea University talks about the pending birth of what will be one of the largest icebergs ever recorded.