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In the Bath: Unplugged

September 2005

Tim's Edinburgh show was a massive success, and got some excellent reviews!

August 2005

A new Edinburgh show about the ongoing saga of Tim's attempt to row a Thomas Crapper bath from France to Tower Bridge.

Tim makes it to Tower Bridge!

Tim's voyage finally reached its end when he arrived at Tower Bridge on Tuesday 2nd August.

Cloudburst Media filmed the epic row and are exploring co-production options on this exclusive footage. Interested parties should contact Tim or Philip Carr.

"It is a brave man who takes to the wild seas in a copper bath with only a rubber duck for support. I gave Tim my socks, to show my support for this event and joking apart all I can say is that this is a very difficult challenge, so well done for not only setting a record but for keeping the art of British eccentricity well and truly alive. I will be cheering him on every step of the way during this last leg to victory."

Sir Ranulph Fiennes - the world's greatest living explorer, and best selling author.

By rowing the English Channel in a bath, Tim is raising money for Comic Relief, who are proud to be part of the MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY campaign.

MAKEPOVERTYHISTORY aims to end extreme poverty by helping to bring about trade justice, more and better aid and the full and final cancellation of third world debt.

To find out more go to www.makepovertyhistory.org and www.comicrelief.com.