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Alice Worsley Show

Wednesday, 5 November, 2008

Mark Inglis - Mountaineer

Mountain climber, sportsman, amputee. Mark Inglis lost his legs to Aorangi/Mt. Cook and went on to climb Everest. He talks with Alice about his book "Legs on Everest and his charity work with amputees in Asia.

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