Would you want to work at the South Pole?


The British Antarctic Survey says it is expecting 3,000 people to apply for 36 positions at its south pole bases.

They are looking for plumbers, electricians, chefs and carpenters to join their staff on the continent.

Athena Dinar from the BAS told Radio 5 live Drive why working in the Antarctic is so appealing.

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Drive broadcasts weekdays 1600 to 1900 on Radio 5 live.

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