Aug 25, 2016
Who was the most accident prone explorer in History? Drinking out of puddles and carrying a briefcase in a jungle, Sebastian Snow was one of the most famous British Explorers in his lifetime. Dan Schreiber (No such thing as the news/Qi elf) talks about his love letters to Brian Blessed, playing chess in the Amazon and throwing a horse off a mountain.
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Sebastian Snow https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sebastian_Snow
Dan Schreiber is a comedian & podcaster. Host of No Such Thing As A Fish & BBC2's No Such Thing As The News. He is also co-creator of Radio 4's Museum of Curiosity
Iszi Lawrence is a comedian and podcasterer and contributer to BBC's Making History www.iszi.com
The Z List Dead List is a podcast about obscure people from History. Created by Iszi Lawrence @iszi_lawrence
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