Nick is an award-winning author and broadcaster whose books include Clear Waters Rising, Two Degrees West, Mercator, The Making of the British Landscape, Why Geography Matters and Latitude.
On TV, he is best known as the BBC presenter of BAFTA winning series Coast, Map Man, Great British Journeys, Britannia and Town.
Nick has travelled in all seven of the world’s continents. In 1986, with his cousin, Dr Richard Crane, he identified and visited for the first time the Pole of Inaccessibility. In 1992-3, Nick undertook a 10,000 kilometre solo walk along Europe’s mountain ranges.
Between 2015 and 2018, Nick served a three-year fixed term as President of the Royal Geographical Society.