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“I was never very good at exams … but there were also good extra-curricular activities at school, particularly hill and mountain walking and more surprisingly, learning to fly. I am still a keen mountain walker and an enthusiastic glider pilot.” The 2001 physiology/medicine Nobel laureate in conversation with Dave Gray of BBC Radio Orkney.

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