Paul Rose (TV presenter)
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|Occupation||TV presenter, Public Speaker, Antarctic Base Commander, Professional Diver, Mountain and Polar Guide|
Paul Rose (born 1951) is a British television presenter who mainly works for the BBC. Paul Rose is an accomplished diver, mountain climber and explorer whose skills and interests led to his role as a BBC documentary presenter Rose made frequent expeditions to Antartica, supporting scientists engaged in research, and for 8 6-month seasons was base commander of Rothera Research Station.  In 2006, Paul Rose presented the 5-part BBC documentary entitled the Voyages of Discovery. In 2017, Paul Rose presented a 2-part BBC documentary on the Yorkshire Wolds Way, a walk of around 80 miles from the Humber to Filey on the coast. During the programme, Rose explored the wildlife and geographical features of the landscape he encountered. In the second part of the documentary, Rose took a dramatic glider flight from the Wolds Gliding Club, Pocklington, over part of the Wolds Way.
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- "The Lakes with Paul Rose". BBC One. Retrieved 29 October 2018.
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