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A 15,000 mile journey from Iceland to Iran
documenting the lives of people who live
along the world's most active fault lines.

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17/12

We're back home and dry

27/10

The magic mushrooms of Mudurnu

25/10

Niksar, home of the humble walnut

23/10

...Must come down

21/10

Geology rocks, but we dig agriculture

19/10

In the face of adversity

17/10

Rebuild and carry on

15/10

Georgia on my mind

12/10

East is East

11/10

What goes up...

09/10

Once upon a time...

08/10

Off-roading on the E80

07/10

Chain reaction

05/10

Education pays back

02/10

What the Greeks told us

29/09

Don’t pick on the scientist

27/09

It’s this fault’s fault

25/09

We like Ologies… an archaeological detour

23/09

Fame in the Peloponnese (our new album)

21/09

Mega Trench

19/09

The trouble with earthquakes…

17/09

What makes Lottie special?

15/09

Delphi - a load of hot air?

12/09

We eat, drink and get on with it

10/09

Hello Greece

08/09

Step into the red zone of L'Aquila

05/09

For all the geologists out there

03/09

Something in the air tonight

01/09

Interview with Sandra Helgudottir

29/08

Interview with Villi Knudsen

25/08

Who is the fairest of them all?

24/08

Interview with Icelandic swimmers

20/08

Hard boiled or soft?

19/08

Interview with Soffia Sigurdardottir

18/08

How do you say Eyjafjallajokull?

17/08

You say tomato

16/08

Getting into hot water

15/08

Moving plates

13/08

Gateway to hell

10/08

Geological wonders

08/08

Wonder bread

07/08

Our first seismometer reading

06/08

A geological start

04/08

Are we nearly there yet?

02/08

Princess Lottie

02/08

Hello Denmark

01/08

A distinctly unglamorous departure

30/07

Packing up Lottie

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25/07

Driving music

21/07

Picking up the car

18/07

Jam making

04/07

Medical training

21/05

Off-road training day 2

20/05

Off-road training day 1

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