Ben Fogle Destinations Included Expeditions To The Kaiteur Falls In Guyana Mount Kilimanjaro In

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Fogle worked on the Picture Desk of Tatler magazine in London before leaving to appear in reality show Castaway 2000. His new series Swimming with Crocodiles will be on BBC2 and Storm City in 3D in Sky One and National Geographic. Destinations included expeditions to the Kaiteur Falls in Guyana, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Mount Baker in Uganda, Mount Roraima in Venezuela, the Black Cat trail in Papua New Guinea, the Inca ruins in Peru, the Sahara Desert of Libya, Across the Arctic tundra of Svalbard in the Arctic Circle and most recently a journey across the Andes of South America from the Equator in Ecuador to the tropic of Capricorn in Chile. The series is currently showing in South Africa, Australia, Norway, Sweden, New Zealand and the United States. Fogle and Cracknell will be embarking on the infamous Tour Divide race in the Autumn, a 3000-mile mountain-bike race across the Rocky mountains, from Banff in Canada to the border of Mexico. The team took 18 days, 5 hours and 10 minutes to complete the 770-kilometre (480 mi) race, coming second overall, over 20 hours behind the Norwegian Team, who commended them on making it “a fantastic race”.

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Ben Fogle Born 3 November 1973 Is An English Television Presenter Adventurer

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Ben Fogle (born 3 November 1973) is an English television presenter, adventurer and writer. The social experiment aimed to create a fully self-sufficient community within a year. Destinations included expeditions to the Kaiteur Falls in Guyana, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Mount Baker in Uganda, Mount Roraima in Venezuela, the Black Cat trail in Papua New Guinea, the Inca ruins in Peru, the Sahara Desert of Libya, Across the Arctic tundra of Svalbard in the Arctic Circle and most recently a journey across the Andes of South America from the Equator in Ecuador to the tropic of Capricorn in Chile. He beat Eastenders actor Sid Owen in a three-round charity boxing match for BBC Sport Relief under the training of Frank Bruno, and he recently re-ran the Safaricom marathon in Kenya with the injured Battleback Soldiers.

Fogle Was Educated At Two Independent Schools The Hall School In Hampstead

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Fogle is the son of actress Julia Foster (who appeared alongside Michael Caine in Alfie and Tommy Steele in Half a Sixpence) and broadcasting veterinary surgeon Bruce Fogle. Fogle was educated at two independent schools: The Hall School in Hampstead in London, and Bryanston School in Blandford Forum in Dorset, followed by the University of Portsmouth and the University of Costa Rica. Fogle first came to public notice by participating in the BBC reality show Castaway 2000, which followed a group of thirty-six people marooned on the Scottish island of Taransay for a year starting 1 January 2000. The series attracted an audience of nine million. He made a film about the facial deforming disease Noma for a BBC 2 documentary “Make Me A New Face” which followed the work of the charity Facing Africa and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Ben Fogle May Have Started In TV But He Made It Big

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Fogle Has Also Completed The Sixday Marathon Des Sables For The World

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He has two sisters: Emily Fogle and Tamara Fogle. Fogle worked on the Picture Desk of Tatler magazine in London before leaving to appear in reality show Castaway 2000. He has also reported for Inside Out, Cash in the Attic, Heaven and Earth, and What Are We Like with Jo Brand and BBC 2′s “Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time”. He has made films about naval History and the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) for the History Channel and recently followed Princes William and Harry on their first joint Royal Tour in Botswana and made an exclusive documentary called Prince William’s Africa. He has worked on corporate speaking with the likes of Davina McCall, The Kent City Council, Daniel Priestley, Richard Reed the founder of Innocent Drinks and numerous others. The series is currently showing in South Africa, New Zealand and the United States. Fogle has also completed the six-day Marathon des Sables for the World Wide Fund for Nature across 160 miles (260 km) of the Sahara Desert and the Safaricom Marathon in Kenya for the TUSK Trust, with Longleat Safari Park keeper Ryan Hockley.