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THERE MAY BE TREBLE AHEAD Captain Scott
Brown and his children
equipped for his last journey to the South Pole
The memorial, located near the city's Norwegian Church, was erected in 2003 by the Captain Scott
Society and designed by Cardiff-based sculptor Jonathan Williams to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the so-called Age of Antarctic Discovery.
Race against time to save Captain Scott
's 'lost' photographic negatives
Images of Captain Scott
's doomed expedition which are set to go up for auction <B
The expedition, 101 years after Captain Scott
and his colleagues perished, was made possible thanks to the sponsorship of Land Rover.
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WORDS OF CAPTAIN SCOTT
FRIDAY ITV1, 10.35pm Amid the glut of Titanic docs and dramas, it would be easy to overlook the fact that 2012 is also the centenary of Scott's noble but doomed expedition to the South Pole.
The poignancy of the struggles of the British expedition comes down to us through Captain Scott
's journal and Herbert Ponting's photos.
While Pearce appears to have little more than an outside chance of keeping the manager's job long term, his captain Scott
Parker's prospects of retaining the armband look good.
THE leader of a team of adventurers said he hoped Captain Scott
was looking down and smiling as they played a game of "extreme" cricket at the South Pole to mark the 100th anniversary of his arrival there.
Summary: The Centenary of Captain Scott
's expedition to Antarctica is being celebrated by a commemorative game of cricket at the South Pole.
It will also serve as a build-up to Saunders' 2011-2012 Scott Antarctic Expedition, a 1,800-mile return journey to the South Pole on the centenary of Captain Scott
's Terra Nova expedition that will be the longest unsupported polar journey in history