We catch up with Rob Holden, Geology BSc graduate of 1988 on his time at Kingston University and what he's working on now.
Hmm, I didn't get into the uni I wanted and heard Kingston was good for geology. Luckily it was true.
In three words. Didn't. Study. Enough.
Yes, for the geology alumni reunions. Always guaranteed the same warm welcome as 25 years go.
Lots of people. Though some remain elusive.
I thought I'd know by the time I'd graduated. I didn't. And I still don't.
Dr Alastair Gardner, nicknamed 'Cheeky' by the class of '88 for his love of whisky and some very cheeky highland songs.
Still being alive.
Girls are not that scary.
Seeing my cat overdose on catnip.
Snowboarding… an Alpine chalet... a cold beer and Formula 1 on TV.
Taking a Boris Bike to the south of France, riding it up Mont Ventoux and getting back to London within 24 hours was a truly remarkable day. It was a total unknown. It could have been a disaster but turned out to be an amazing 24 hrs. From a completely daft idea to actually achieving it shows you just need to stop thinking and do it. Would I do it again... no chance.
Read more about Rob's challenge.
Yes, there are more challenges on the horizon. I never learn.
Yes, I really am 47.
Dita von Teese, so I could go out all guns blazing.
Captain Scott by Ranulph Fiennes. It makes you realise how soft we've become.
Withnail & I because I have of late, wherefore I know not, lost all my mirth.
Beer is a food item right?
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