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Newsround Special: By Sail and Saddle

Synopsis

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Two Great Adventures
Introduced by Roger Finn
The seafaring perils of Cape Horn and the great
Pilgrimage of the Crusader
Knights come together in this Newsround Special about two modern-day adventurers, Tim Severin and Nigel Seymour.
Tim is following the tracks of the Crusaders across Europe, riding a knight's charger. Mary Downing catches up with him in Hungary.
Nigel attempts to paddle round Cape Horn , at the tip of South America, in a kaymaran - two kayaks strapped together, each with a tiny sail. Will he conquer the mighty waves that have defeated so many others? Picture editor IAN LAVELLS Producer MARY DOWNING Editor JOHN CRAVEN
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Contributors

Introduced By: Roger Finn
Unknown: Cape Horn
Unknown: Tim Severin
Unknown: Nigel Seymour.
Unknown: Cape Horn
Editor: John Craven






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