BBC Pennine Way
A new four-part series celebrating the 268-mile Pennine Way to mark the National Trail’s 50th anniversary.
UK Government approves world’s largest marine reserve around Pitcairn Island
The UK government intends to proceed with designation of the World's largest Marine Protected Area (MPA) around Pitcairn.
Seychelles: In Search of Hidden Wonders!
The oldest islands in the world, remote atolls untouched by humans, buried treasure, luxury destination, a wild place, and even golf balls made from fish food! Welcome to the Seychelles!
Rapa and Marotiri: Here be Monsters!
Rapa and Marotiri in French Polynesia are a long way south - the next stop south is Antarctica!
High Altitude Oceanography
Adventure science at it's best: Remote high lakes in the Pyrenees. The world's best scientists. First class science revealing globally important issues. Plus vultures!
Mozambique: Good People / Wild Diving!
Paul is just back from leading another National Geographic Society, Pristine Seas expedition. His expedition was full of wonderful Mozambicans, bull sharks, manta rays, storms and wild diving.
In the Arctic high stakes mean great opportunities!
What do we need to know as Arctic development ramps up? Comment on Paul's National Geographic blog.
Paul's BBC Inside Out: Plastic Seas
Marine expert Paul Rose investigates for BBC documentary Inside Out and
warns that the vast quantities of plastics which litter the UK's oceans are a real danger to sea life and also threaten humans.
Franz Josef Land Expedition
Paul Rose joined National Geographic expedition to explore Franz Josef Land, one of the most remote archipelagos in the world, only 900 km from the North Pole.
Ripping up books on expeditions!
Paul's report of his five most treasured books featured in The Holborn reveals more about Paul than the books!
Debris dive in Lake Windermere!
262 divers joined Paul Rose and collected tons of rubbish in response to his call to action to clean up Lake Windermere and help raise awareness of ocean debris.
Travel Q & A with Paul Rose
Paul's work has taken him to some of the most extreme places on the planet, from the harsh environments of both poles, to the colourful surroundings of the tropics, & pretty much everywhere in-between.