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Production Credits


Above: Joe Dowling

From left
Back row: Bill Buzenberg, Alan Stricklin, Michael Dennis Browne, Fred Haberman
Middle row: Mike Edgerly, Craig Thorson, Liz Morris Otto, Eric Ringham
Front row: Stephanie Curtis, John Rabe, Ann Bancroft


Writer, producer, narrator ............ John Rabe
Editors ............................... Mike Edgerly, Stephen Smith, Deborah George
Voice of Sir Ernest Shackleton ........ Joe Dowling Voice of Captain Frank Worsley ........ Roger Prestwich Additional Reading .................... Eric Ringham and Michael Dennis Browne Music Consultation .................... Tom Crann and Rex Levang Narration Production .................. Stephanie Curtis Recording Engineer .................... Craig Thorson Post-production Mixing ................ Alan Stricklin Web Design ............................ John McEvoy Online News Editor .................... Bob Collins Manager, Online Services .............. John Pearson Globe ................................. Betsy Cole Vice-president, News and Information .. Bill Buzenberg


Walking Out of History is a production of American RadioWorks and Minnesota Public Radio.

Publishers Carroll and Graf, Norton, and Knopf; and literary agents Sheil Land and Associates gave permission to use extended excerpts from their books: South: A Memoir of the Endurance Voyage, by Ernest Shackleton; Shackleton's Boat Journey by Frank Worsley; Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage, by Alfred Lansing; The Endurance by Caroline Alexander; and The Worst Journey in the World, by Apsley Cherry-Garrard.

Archival sound licensed from the BBC, and may not be reproduced in any way.

John Rabe wishes to extend special thanks to explorers Will Steger and to Ann Bancroft, who at this writing is planning a two-woman trek across Antarctica. (For information about the Bancroft-Arnesen Expedition, see http://www.yourexpedition.com .)



All photographs by Frank Hurley unless otherwise noted