Remembering a polar scientist ahead of his time
Watch the short film now
Catch up on season one and two
World Ocean Day 2023
Meet the team: 10 questions with Peter Watson
In conversation with… crime novelist Kia Abdullah
Jo Bradshaw at Damoy: a final farewell
Jo Bradshaw at Damoy: the nitty-gritty of working in Antarctica
Jo Bradshaw at Damoy: 26 days of ‘summer’
Jo Bradshaw at Damoy: a long commute to work
Can you name the 18 species of penguins?
Why does heritage matter during a climate crisis?
UKAHT joins the Climate Heritage Network
Port Lockroy Blog #17: Q&A with the Port Lockroy team
Port Lockroy Blog #16: Mairi's second penguin update
Port Lockroy Blog #15: weather watching at 64° south
Port Lockroy Blog #14: Base A: then and now
Port Lockroy Blog #13: International Women’s Day 2023
Q&A with the Damoy team
Port Lockroy Blog #12: 5 things we’ve learnt about Antarctica
Season 3 of ‘A Voyage to Antarctica’ podcast launches with Dan Snow
Conserving Damoy Hut: an update
Seeking volunteers for Virtual Reality experience development
Port Lockroy Blog #11: Mairi's Penguin Update
Port Lockroy team blog #10: Cancelling, carolling, and… Antarctic skiing?
Port Lockroy blog #9: It's cold outside…and in!
Port Lockroy blog #8: Call a spade a spade
Port Lockroy blog #7: Ready, steady, cook at Port Lockroy
Port Lockroy blog #6: A big week of firsts
Port Lockroy team blog #5: My money don’t jiggle jiggle, it’s cold…
Port Lockroy blog #4: Wildlife, weather and...cheese
Press release: UKAHT partners with Historic England on the future protection of Endurance
Antarctic gifts children will love
Port Lockroy blog #3: We've arrived!
Port Lockroy blog #2 'Travelling south of 60'
Port Lockroy blog #1: And we’re off….
Christmas Gift Guide 2022
New season of Antarctica in Sight: Live! launches
National Non-Fiction November
CEO update: a new season with a new normal
Antarctica in Sight returns for a new season
Say hello to our new Port Lockroy team
In memory of Her Majesty The Queen
Getting ready to go South
Conserving Damoy Hut
Conservation at the bottom of the earth
Update on Antarctic season 21/22
Play your part in mapping biodiversity
2022 Season | Blog 15
Sponsor a window appeal update
2022 Season | Blog 14
Q&A with the Port Lockroy Team
2022 Season | Blog 13
Endurance is found
2022 Season | Blog 12
2022 Season | Blog 11
World Book Day 2022: Hit the books
2022 Season | Blog 10
2022 Season | Blog Nine
LGBT+ History Month: Erin Parisi
2022 Season | Blog Eight
2022 Season | Blog Seven
2022 Season | Blog Six
Meet our new building and conservation manager
2022 Season | Blog Five
2022 Season | Blog Four
2022 Season | Blog Three
2022 Season | Blog Two
2022 Season | Blog One
2022 Season Update
Shackleton100: Explore a series of Shackleton inspired events
Arty Antarctic: must-have Christmas gifts with an artistic twist
Christmas gifts for the Antarctic explorer in your life
Ultimate Antarctic stocking fillers
Top five unique Antarctic-inspired Christmas gifts
COP26: Antarctica is counting on you
William Speirs Bruce, 1867-1921
Polar Pint of Science
What histories is Antarctica hiding?
I S O S T A S Y: Short film marking the 120th anniversary of Scott's first voyage to Antarctica
The history of whaling can be the hope for our future
Big Give Green Match Fund
2021 Season | Blog 6
2021 Season | Blog 5
2021 Season | Blog 4
2021 Season | Blog 3
2021 Season | Blog 2
LGBT+ History Month
Recruitment Update | February 2021
Southern Ocean Stories | The Whale's Tale
2021 Season | Blog 1
New project will bring Antarctic heritage to life
Press Release November 2020
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