The British Exploring Podcast

The British Exploring Podcast

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The British Exploring podcast is interviews with world leaders in the adventure world, learning their secrets and get to the bottom of why they do what they do. The British Exploring Society is a youth development charity and has been running since 1932. We run wilderness expeditions that focus on science, adventure and media to unlock individuals full potential.

Episodes

Alastair Humphreys - adventurer, blogger, author and motivational speaker.  

In our last edition of 2015 we are joined by the fascinating Alastair Humphreys. Alastair is an adventurer, blogger, author and motivational speaker and has spent his adult life going on incredible journeys. He has cycled around the world, walked the Empty Quarter in Oman, sailed across the Atlantic and much, much more. In this episode we have tried mix it up and not ask all the same questions that are often posed, so even if you are already a follower of Al's you should learn something new. It is packed with insights about expedition and you'll learn: - Al's best tips for fundraising and how fundraising makes you value your expedition. - How languages are a super power for adventures - Why thinking of his projects thematically helps him achieve. - What food he craves on expedition and how you can make expedition food more enticing!

Tori James- British Exploring  

Tori James- British Exploring by British Exploring

Emily Penn- British Exploring  

An inspiring interview with Emily Penn on the challenges facing our oceans, what you can do to help, the benefits of getting out of your comfort zone and more! Emily is an oceans advocate, skipper and artist; a graduate of Cambridge University with a degree in Architecture. As much at home in and on the water as she is on dry land, Emily's ability to develop and communicate solutions for challenges facing today's society has been sharpened by a diverse portfolio of unique experiences. Listen in to hear more about these experiences and the fantastic work Emily is involved with.

Pen Hadow British Exploring Podcast  

A fascinating interview with Pen Hadow, the first and only man to walk to the North Pole from Canada without resupply. He also lead and organised the Catlin Arctic Survey. The first half of the podcast looks at Pen's origins into adventure and how one book in the Royal Geographical Society changed his life. The second half we dig deep and he offers some sage advice for expeditions.

Pen Hadow Explorer Advice  

A fascinating interview with Pen Hadow, the first and only man to walk to the North Pole from Canada without resupply. He also lead and organised the Catlin Arctic Survey. The first half of the podcast looks at Pen's origins into adventure and how one book in the Royal Geographical Society changed his life. The second half we dig deep and he offers some sage advice for expeditions.

British Exploring Podcast Number 2 - Ben Saunders Polar Explorer  

Ben Saunders is one of the world's leading polar explorers, an acclaimed motivational and keynote speaker, and the publisher of Avaunt Magazine. He is the first man to complete the expedition that defeated Scott and Shackleton.

British Exploring Podcast #1 - Sean Conway - Endurance Adventurer  

In our first podcast we are joined by 2014 Adventurer of the Year, Sean Conway. An endurance adventurer Sean has conquered Britain's land and sea becoming the first man to swim, run and cycle our fair isle. Sean is a man of his word following his passion for exploration to live a life of different adventurous projects. We talk about his philosophy on adventure applied to the real world, his exploration heroes and what songs kept him going throughout his epic voyages and much more. You can find Sean online: Twitter: @conway_sean Instagram: @conway_sean - great photos! Facebook. /MrSeanConway He can also be found on your screens from next week on the Discovery Channel for his new series chronicling his Great British Run - June 25th 9pm. To learn more about the British Exploring Society and how you could be part of one our expeditions visit www.britishexploring.org

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