Bradley Garrett and Robert Macfarlane
Bradley Garrett is a geographer and urban explorer based at University College Dublin, and is ‘the world’s leading expert on survivalists’ (the Times). His work has been featured on Channel 4, ITV and the BBC. Garrett was a postdoctoral fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford, and has spoken at the Tate Modern and Barbican galleries, the Sydney Opera House and Google. He climbed London’s Shard before it was open to the public.
Robert Macfarlane is a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and the author of prize-winning and bestselling books about nature, place and people including Mountains of the Mind, The Old Ways and Underland, which won the 2019 Wainwright Prize and was shortlisted for the 2020 Orwell Prize for Political Writing. His work has been translated into many languages and adapted for film, television, radio, stage and music. In 2017 he was awarded the E.M. Forster Prize for Literature by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Wayne Chambliss is a landscape extremophile, theoretical geographer, and poet.