BEN FOGLE is a broadcaster and traveller. A modern-day nomad and journeyman, he has travelled to more than 100 countries and accomplished amazing feats from swimming with crocodiles to rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean; from crossing Antarctica on foot to surviving a year as a castaway on a remote Hebridean island. Ben is the adventurer next door, an everyday guy who hopes to inspire the ordinary to purse the extraordinary. He is the UN Patron of the Wilderness.
MARINA FOGLE is a writer and broadcaster. She produces a weekly podcast, The Parent Hood, has a monthly column in the Mail on Sunday and has written a bestselling book, The Bump Class (Ebury). Ben and Marina live in West London with their two children, Ludo and Iona, and their Labrador, Storm.
Praise for Ben Fogle:
`A pleasant and lyrical read' Guardian
`Written with wit and affection, this light-hearted, yet
stirring narrative entertains and inspires with equal measure' Countryside Magazine
`Funny, entertaining and really rather inspiring, too' Daily Mail
'A great escapade told with refreshing frankness' Independent on Sunday
`Passionate and well-researched' Tatler
`Fogle's typical adventure-style storytelling keeps the narrative light and entertaining' Independent