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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Angie Butler. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Angie Butler, often where they are interviewed.

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Uncovering the story of one of the greatest polar explorers: Frank Wild with Angie Butler

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Quests are amazing. Tenacious quests? Even better.

But what happens when that quest to uncover the story of one of the Greatest Polar Explorers takes 7 years and requires all of your tenacity and determination?

Angie Butler has been there. And this week she tells us the incredible story of her journey to uncover the unsung hero of the heroic age of Antarctic exploration: Frank Wild.

It’s about what happens when you step into the unknown and stretch yourself — important lessons learned from embarking on your own quest.

It’s about the story of one of the greatest polar explorers from the Edwardian times and the legacy he has left behind.

And it’s about tenacity, determination, achievement and opportunities that adventure brings to you.

I sincerely hope you enjoy this powerful, reflective exchange with the inspiring Angie Butler.

Discover the show notes here; http://www.lillywild.com/the-lilly-wild-show-episodes/angie-butler
May 29 2017 · 42mins
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Angie Butler: The Quest for Frank Wild

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Angie Butler talks to Kathryn Hadley about her seven year long journey to research the last years of Frank Wild's life in South Africa, her breakthrough discovery of his ashes in Johannesburg, and her expedition to South Georgia to rebury the ashes alongside those of Wild's 'Boss' Sir Ernest Shackleton.

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Aug 01 2011 · 12mins
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Angie Butler: The Quest for Frank Wild

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Angie Butler talks to Kathryn Hadley about her seven year long journey to research the last years of Frank Wild's life in South Africa, her breakthrough discovery of his ashes in Johannesburg, and her expedition to South Georgia to rebury the ashes alongside those of Wild's 'Boss' Sir Ernest Shackleton.

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Aug 01 2011 · 12mins