Following on the lock down reading thread, just trying to find some interesting podcasts for whilst I go for the odd evening walk.
Really looking for some mountaineering/ exploring/ climbing genre...
FYI, I have:
Psychovertical - is this any good? I only listened to 1...didn't really take to it...not like his books/ talks in person...
The Sharp End
Don't tell me the Score (Some good talks, including Alex Honnold)
The Armchair Explorer: Aaron MIller
plus TMS, loads of Sustainable Finance, Spanish language, plus Guardian Long reads, Sciency types..
I really like Dirtbag Diaries. Not exclusively climbing but there's some great adventure stories.
Not much to add that hasn’t already been mentioned but I’ll throw in Niall Grimes’ Jam Crack (quite soothing and a very pleasant listen), ultra running history (unique presentation and clearly a passion project) and the enormocast (more of a “standard” format podcast. Gets some great guests and really well put together).
I’m a huge fan of the rambling nature and humour of the Psychovertical podcast. Check out the Bear Grylls episode. My wife wasn’t too Into Andy K but this had her in hysterics on a long drive
'The Cutting Edge' is a decent podcast series.
Bad beta podcast, fairly light hearted but easy listening
Jason foxs wild tales has quite a few mountaineer/exploration themed guests.
Another vote for The Adventure Podcast! It’s a great listen with a large back-catalog of episodes now.
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