Robert Twigger
Robert Twigger

Robert Twigger

Robert studied Philosophy at Oxford University and is a writer and explorer.

He has caught the world's longest snake (which was filmed for Channel 4 and National Geographic), searched for Lost Oases in the Sahara desert, tracked ancient menhirs in Borneo and was the leader of the first team to cross Canada in a traditional birch canoe since 1793.

 

 

 

Oxford Times interview with Robert Twigger 

For further information about Robert and the books he has written look at his personal website: RobertTwigger.com  His latest book is 'The Red Nile: a biography of the world's greatest river'.


 

Richard Mohun
Richard Mohun

Richard Mohun

Richard studied Zoology at Liverpool University.

He has worked in conservation, been a director of several companies in various industries and currently develops and teaches on business and management programmes at Oxford Brookes University.