January 30, 2018

A former corporate business management specialist within the banking sector, she's now fully focused upon soul sustaining adventuring with purpose. Megan has mountaineered across the globe and has scaled some of the world’s most famous peaks such as Elbrus and Mera Peak.

Megan is one half of the all-female adventure team Dare two Do

Megan is an advocate of adventures in any shape or size, is partial...

January 28, 2018

Laura Kennington is a British Adventurer who’s solo-kayaked through Russia, cycled the Wild Atlantic Way, and circumnavigated three of the channel islands in an extreme triathlon. With a passion for the outdoors, Laura seeks to inspire and encourage others to explore outside.

With a childhood spent on the farm, Laura embraced the muddy countryside and enjoyed adventure from a young age. Years later, af...

January 23, 2018

Mina is a 36 year old primary school teacher who discovered the beauty of long-distance running in her late 20's. She would say she’s very ordinary and just someone who has a love of long distance running and spending time outdoors. 

She hopes by sharing the different challenges and adventures she has, that it might in some way inspire you to take that step to actually do the things you really want to...

January 21, 2018

Maria Leijerstam is an avid adventurer from her expeditions cycling to the South Pole and completing the Marathon Des Sables. In 2013, she became the first person to cycle from the edge of the Antarctic continent to the South Pole. In addition to that, she set the record for the fastest human-powered pole traverse.

With an amazing amount of adventures under her belt, none of which are for the faint of...

January 16, 2018

Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent is a travel writer, TV producer and director of Edge Expeditions.

She’s written three books, penned numerous articles for magazines, set an unlikely Guinness World Record for driving a tuk tuk 12,500 miles from Bangkok to Brighton and filmed in remote locations from Bolivia to Borneo and beyond. 

Her latest book is , Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains: A Journey Across Arunachal Pr...

January 11, 2018

Megan Hine is an internationally renowned Survival Consultant and Author of Mind of a Survivor. She’s lead hundreds of adventures across the globe, consulting for TV survival shows and embarking on incredible expeditions.

From her teens, Megan’s world revolved around mountaineering, survival and bushcraft instruction. With each experience in the outdoors, she’s learned more and more about our mental we...

January 9, 2018

On December 27, 2013, Maria Leijerstam became the first person in the world to cycle from the edge of the Antarctic continent to the South Pole. She also set the new World Record for the fastest human powered coast to pole traverse, completing her journey in 10 days, 14hrs and 56 minutes.

Leijerstam has always been a traveller, albeit a non-traditional one. Her trips are usually built around multisport...

January 4, 2018

Beth French, an ultra-marathon open-sea ocean swimmer who was once a Buddhist nun!

Beth is a single mother who home schools her autistic son as well as being an adventurer who suffered from a crippling illness (M.E. aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) in her youth. 

This is a short podcast where we do a quick fire round of questions.

Asking Beth the all important questions about, training, food, pl...

January 2, 2018

Beth French, an ultra-marathon open-sea ocean swimmer who was once a Buddhist nun, a single mother who home schools her autistic son and an adventurer who suffered from a crippling illness (M.E. aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) in her youth. 

During this podcast we speak to Beth about her journey to swim across the seven most dangerous sea-channels in the world, an official challenge called ‘Oceans S...

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