It's time to go beyond the blue bin.
Guest Host: Indira Lakshmanan
One of the world’s most famous expeditions set sail from England in 1845. Destination — the daunting Northwest Passage.
Sir John Franklin and his crew of more than 130 carried enough food for a five-year mission. But they were never seen again. It’s a story of epic British failure from a part of the world that many still want to conquer, especially as Arctic ice melts.
- Paul Watson Journalist and author, most recently of "Ice Ghosts: The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition."
Read An Excerpt From Watson's Book
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