Living Dangerously with Sir Ranulph Fiennes

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Crowned the 'world's greatest living explorer' by the Guinness Book of World Records, Ranulph Fiennes has made a living out of putting himself in challenging situations and coming out alive. In 2007 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and was faced with a challenge he would never have chosen. A five-hour robotic prostectotomy at the Royal Marsden Hospital was successful and Fiennes is again fighting fit, even becoming the first pensioner to summit Everest in 2009. At this illustrated talk, the adventurer will guide guests through some of his most extreme expeditions and most challenging experiences. Proceeds will go to The Urology Foundation, a charity dedicated to the fight against cancer of the bladder, prostate and kidneys. Book in advance.


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