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At 16,000 feet in Zanskar
John made his name in the 1980s as a travel writer and photographer, and more recently has become known for his thought-provoking, richly illustrated talks and his adventure travel documentaries for BBC Radio 4. He has spoken to over 1,000 audiences in six countries, and holds the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)’ Ness Award for popularising geography and the wider understanding of the world.
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Scroll down to find out about the talks that bring together some of his most spectacular slides and sound recordings.
Click here to listen to John’s 2011 From Our Own Correspondent piece about Afghanistan for BBC Radio 4.
Click here to listen to John talking in 2008 about Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid on Radio 4’s Excess Baggage.
Latest talk: Russia and Europe: What Next?
Previous talk: A Balkan Adventure
Georgia to Afghanistan
Travels in the ‘Axis of Evil’
Heart of the Sahara
Up the Mekong to Tibet
The Royal Road of the Incas
Pilkington in Bolivia
Pilkington in Ladakh
Trespassing in Turkestan
An Englishman in Patagonia
An Adventure on the Old Silk Road
Into Thin Air: A Walk Across Nepal
The talks, which usually last an hour, include stunning digital slides and sometimes short sound clips.
John provides all equipment, including a large screen.
Fee: £420 (€500) plus travelling expenses.
John is not registered for VAT.
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with thanks to Martin Pailthorpe
9 Culverwell Gardens, Winchester, Hants SO23 9JG, UK
Tel. +44 (0)1962 863965
Travellers or aspiring travellers: try the websites of
Bradt Travel Guides , Lonely Planet
or the Globetrotters Club .
Lecture organisers: John highly recommends
Felicity Aston , Denise Heywood , David Edwards , John Harrison and Paul Deegan .
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