Explorer Jackie Hill-Murphy talks about her extraordinary life and adventures in this interview, conducted by Penny Tranter for Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution’s Geography and Adventure Group. Jackie Hill-Murphy MA, FRGS, is an explorer, teacher, author and speaker and has spent the past 30 years exploring and filming some of the most inhospitable and remote places on earth. Her first major expedition was in 1988 when she crossed Africa via the Sahara Desert and West Africa; she has since been to South America, Africa, India, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Russia and has lived in Turkey and the United States.
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