Arctic Q/A Session: Jethro

By Jethro // Tuesday 11 Sep // 10:09:23 // 4 Comments

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Watch the first clip from Jethro at Southbank Centre, London (from Tuesday 11 September), find out how you can follow him during the expedition and read the initial questions posted on the website. (Duration: 45 secs)

New video diary from Jethro

Friday 21st Sept, 9am GMT (10am UK)
Jethro will be posting a second video diary on Friday morning, one of the last video diaries of the Youth Voyage. Stay online after for the live QA.
Watch Jethro’s latest video diary »

Live QA with Jethro and Keith Brindle

Friday 21st Sept, 9.30am GMT (10.30am UK)
Sorry for the technical problems on Monday! We’ve rescheduled Jethro’s QA for this Friday at 9.30am GMT (10.30am UK). Jethro, also be joined by Keith Brindle, will be online live from the Arctic for 30 minutes to hear your responses to their broadcast and to answer any more questions. Follow the link below to the QA page to find out more.
Jethro and Keith’s Live QA »

Watch Jethro’s first video diary broadcast

Monday 17th Sept, 9am GMT (10am UK)
Thank you for all your questions! Jethro has posted a simple piece to camera from Svalbard in the Norwegian Arctic to let you know how he’s getting on, what he is working on and responding to the questions below. If you are a pupil at Frome Community College especially, check Jethro’s broadcast.
Watch Jethro’s first video diary »

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  1. G&G Chis from Charlbury Saturday 15 Sep, 2007 // 9:23:09

    Hey Jethro

    We are following your arctic adventures with great interest.

    All the best to you and the crew.

  2. G&G Chis from Charlbury Sunday 16 Sep, 2007 // 7:52:55

    My question for your Q/A session tomorrow is this – with the current squabble over Arctic territorial rights, which were highlighted on the recent Ch.4 TV programme, what minerals are there to be “exploited” in the region?

  3. Molly Chisman Sunday 16 Sep, 2007 // 15:13:31

    Hello jethro
    there are 2 Questions I want to ask you:
    1. have you seen any polar bears?
    2. are you still alive?
    missing you big bro
    love little sis mo

  4. Ma & Pa Sunday 16 Sep, 2007 // 15:27:09

    Hi JJ
    hope you are having an amazing adventure and taking lots of photos. Lots of people are asking about you, most saying “Wow! what a life changing experience! “so has the trip so far changed your view on things? Does being there make the global situation feel real, more scary, do you feel inspired to change things?
    we are looking forward to seeing your film on Mon and have found the footage posted so far really interesting, keep blogging Jethro!
    Good luck to all of you with your projects and for the rest of the voyage. Mum & Dad xx

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