Robert Falcon Scott

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Noun1.Robert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after AmundsenRobert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
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Eddie Murphy stars in Dr Dolittle 2 Scott of the Antarctic (BBC2, 6.10am - 7.55am)
I have never been as cold as those days and nights at Skem's old White Moss Park ground where they could easily have filmed a remake of Scott Of The Antarctic. In August.
Famous names in the archive include prime minister Winston Churchill, suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, actor Roger Moore and Captain Robert Falcon Scott of the Antarctic.
"I was in the Bigg Market the other day and the girls were all in bikinis and I was dressed like Scott of the Antarctic. I don't know how they do it."
Despite that, 21 hardy souls set out like Scott of the Antarctic to head for the south coast...
taina.both Lawrence posed with both h possessions while sitting for the sculptor Lady Kathleen Scott, widow of Scott of the Antarctic, leaving them behind after the final sitting so she could continue working.
More than 100 years ago Captain Robert Scott of the Antarctic, who was a great admirer of these Cardiff blocks, specifically asked for and received 300 tons of them, which were immediately stored on to his ship Terra Nova.
I had to battle my way round like Scott of the Antarctic.
"I've wanted to go to Antarctica ever since seeing the John Mills film Scott of the Antarctic as a boy in 1948, and this was the fulfilment of that ambition."
Such was Scott of the Antarctic's legendary status, for most of the 20th-century the English speaking world almost overlooked the fact that the great British explorers were beaten to the South Pole by the Norwegian, Roald Amundsen.
SCOTT of the Antarctic was comforted by a moving love letter from his wife during his ill-fated polar trip.