Listening to podcasts is a great way to improve your skills, knowledge and become inspired. I listen to many podcasts, but on the Adventure Geek website, you will find a list of podcasts that cover a whole range of topics to do with the outdoors, mindfulness and self-development.
I will add the podcasts to the site over a few weeks, so keep an eye out for my latest find.
Official Blurb from iTunes
We produce audio and video podcasts for the self-powered outdoor enthusiast in the UK and World-Wide who wants to find out more about getting the maximum pleasure from simple outdoor lifestyles. Our range of material dips into many aspects. We talk to others and discuss their trips big and small, we discuss and review gear, we link associated skills and interests all with the aim to inspire, inform, entertain and encourage listeners to enjoy the natural world around them. The podcasts are primarily UK based and aimed at walkers, backpackers, bushcrafters, cyclists, paddlers, travellers, equestrian users, in fact, anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of anything associated with self-powered travel and the environment. Winners of the European Podcast Awards 2008/9 and 2010/11 UK Business Category. The current library consists of over 400 podcasts, produced over 10 years, with more than 9 million downloads to date.
What a brilliant podcast! I stumbled across this podcast on the iTunes store and I have since downloaded all of the episodes (yes, over 400 of them) and I am slowly working my way through them (backwards!). It is refreshing to hear a UK voice, and such a professional, clear speaking voice. The topics are interesting and varied. I laughed out loud when Bob and his mate cooked a 3 course Christmas lunch from their 2 man tent in gale force winds – yes, including a roast turkey with all the trimmings. The interviews are great and I loved the visits to the various expos and shows throughout the world. If you are into hiking or the outdoors then this should be top of your list! Well done to Bob for an excellent production.
Click here for iTunes.
Click here for the video series.
Click here for The Outdoor Station website.