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Monty Halls – Adventures on Planet Ocean

Monty Halls (whose excellent new series began on the BBC last night) kindly spoke for us at the London Night of Adventure event. Here is his enthusiastic 400 second introduction into his adventures on Planet Ocean.

Annoyingly the computer died 4 minutes into his talk but you wouldn’t know it from listening to his presentation. He ad-libbed to the end, wrapping up right on time. A true pro!

If you have been enjoying these short adventure talks perhaps you would like to come along to a future event?
Sign up for tickets to Edinburgh here on June 13th, or add your name to the monthly mailing list below to be told the dates of the next events in Bristol and London.

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  1. Sandra Posted

    This is perfect timing – I LOVE Monty Halls (not in a creepy way!) and this just brightened up my Monday. Thank you.

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  2. Terry Hughes Posted

    I agree with Sandra. NOT about the love bit, just about the superb presentation. I can see why he is one of the top BBC people.

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  3. George B Posted

    A bonus to have one of these on a MOnday! I love them each friday so this was a nice surprise.

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