What’s better than an episode of “Ice Coffee” about the Antarctic Treaty?
That audio content in your ears without me lifting a finger to generate it.
Get yourself outside this.
Recorded by the ABC and brought to my attention by the Absolute Antarctica facebook page.
Mawson comes in from the coaled.
The best acronym in Antarctic history draws to a close and Sir Douglas leaves the southern continent for the last time.
Similarly the Discovery makes its final transit of the Southern Ocean.
Some errors of fact that warrant addenda pass into your ears.
Episode available here.
Fletcher and Falla getting their tan on.
The first BANZARE voyage plays out with much tension, flying and coal.
“Antarctica Unfrozen” is a ten part podcast series arising from the efforts of Harry Seagar and very good. You can find more on Harry’s projects here.
Old Dux Ipse thought he was the ducks nuts but the BANZARE looks more a dog’s breakfast than the dog’s bollocks.
Another not-a-race sees the Discovery racing south on its penultimate voyage.
Sir Douglas Mawson and John King Davis get on each other’s nerves ninety years ago.
Yeah, I had a dog that did that.
Three interviews with staff at Bransfield House, Port Lockroy, one with a descendant of Bartholomew Sulivan, second mate on the Beagle under Fitzroy and Falklands Island farmer, and animal noises from the islands.
Happy April, one and all.
The BAS hut at Damoy Point