The program, starring top mountain guide and UKC regular Kenton Cool is described as "A history of one of the world's most challenging mountains, the Eiger, and its infamous north face. The film gets to the heart of one of Europe's most notorious peaks, exploring its character and its impact on the people who climb it and live in its awesome shadow."
Commenting on Facebook, Kenton Cool said:
"By all accounts I was on BBC 4 tonight climbing the Eiger....really must get a TV one of these days..."
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