An archive of diaries written by staff at the British Antarctic Survey's Halley research station.

December 2001 - Christmas Celebrations amid the Work
By Catherine Moore, Halley Meteorologist.
November 2001 - Penguins leave, Planes arrive
By Mark Ryan, Halley Communications Manager.
October 2001 - Moving Containers, Sun Dogs and Fancy Dress
By Alan Burchell, Halley VLF Engineer.
September 2001 - Increasing Light, Trips Out and a Birthday
By Richard Borthwick, the Halley Heating and Ventilation Engineer.
August 2001 - Raising the Flag and a visit to the Emperors.
By Elizabeth Hudd, Halley Meteorologist.
July 2001 - Return of the Sun.
By Thomas Rieley, Halley Doctor.
June 2001 - Midwinter celebrations.
By Catherine Moore, Halley Meteorologist.
May 2001 - Winter takes hold
By Gary Middleton, Halley Vehicle Mechanic
April 2001 - Goodbye to the sun.
By Elizabeth Hudd, Halley Meteorologist.
March 2001 - The first full month of winter.
By Richard Borthwick, the Halley Heating and Ventilation Engineer.
February 2001 - Farewell to the "big red taxi & food hamper".
By Thomas Rieley, the Halley Doctor.
January 2001 - First impressions of Halley by a winterer-to-be.
By Catherine Moore, Halley Meteorologist, with additional contributions from her colleagues.