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CLIP 12977

Interview with a high altitude adventurer

Interview with a high altitude adventurer

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Key Info
  • Interview with a high altitude adventurer
  • Duration: 03:15
  • An interview with Polly Murray, who is an explorer famous for being the first Scottish woman to reach the summit of Everest. She describes highlights from recent expeditions and provides encouragement for young people who are interested in exploring the outdoors. She is interviewed by Steve Backshall and Naomi Wilkinson from the CBBC series Live 'n' Deadly
  • Subject:



    Living Things in their Environments: Habitats

  • Keywords: explorer, mountains, adventures, elephant seals, whale, albatross, Serious Andes, Guides, Brownies, inspiration
Ideas for use in class
  • Could be used as a stimulus when describing how scientists study extreme environments.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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