'Greatest explorer' heads to Antarctica
Tue, 18 Sep 2012 6:35p.m.
A pensioner described as England's greatest living explorer has announced bold plans to lead a team across the Antarctic on foot in the middle of winter.
If Ranulph Fiennes is successful, it will be the first time an expedition's made a winter crossing.
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