15th February 2022
We're back! We're still taking a rest between season, but we're excited to share an episode from another podcast that we think you’ll like...
THIIIRD Waves is one of the outputs of THIIIRD magazine. The show explores the intersections of culture and activism, and brings their listeners interviews and discussions with guests who have knowledge and lived experiences on the topic they talk about.
This episode was first released in July 2020, and Hosts Daniela, Rhona and Tryb explore things like how communities are affected by tourism and what a more conscious approach to travelling might look like, with stops at Mount Everest, Venice Island, Cuba and more. Then Daniella speaks to Tom Selwyn who is professorial research associate at the department of anthropology and sociology at the London Middle East Institute.
I found this episode fascinating, and I hope you do too!
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🎧 In case you missed it:
Kirsty was on The Conversation podcast from BBC Sounds talking about safety in the mountains. Listen now >>
Ani was interviewed for the Not The Safe Route adventure chats series. Read now >>
And in other news:
If you were excited about the Kernow Way from episode 5, you might like the newly announced The Old Chalk Way, a 575km coast-to-coast bikepacking route. It's designed to link up sections of Britain’s oldest road, from English Channel to North Sea, passing by some of our island's most iconic prehistoric monuments.. Read more >>
The National Diversity Awards recognised the importance of the outdoors this year, with Amira from The Wanderlust Women nominated for the 'positive role model award for faith, religion and race', and Rhiane from Black Girls Hike winning the "Positive role model for gender' award. Read more >>
If you listened to our first episode, you might be interested to know that THREE water firms paid no tax last year... Read more >>
Green Space Dark Skies is an interesting new outdoors project - 20,000 people from all paths in life will become Lumenators, each carrying a low impact light into the landscape to experience beautiful green spaces across the UK. Read more >>
And the "First Accessible Festival held in the Yorkshire Dales" will take place this April. The festival is organised by community group Access The Dales Read more >>
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