The Green Oval Podcast is the world’s second Land Rover podcast. Started as a passion project and a way to meet and learn from experienced interesting Land Rover people.
Each episode we catch up with someone like you out in Land Rover land and hear your stories, we will have some regular contributors and we will try and keep up with the latest musing from Jaguar Land Rover themselves.
Santana Trophy Part2 "My Water Broke"
Coming up this episode: we speak to a German, we break a bottle of mineral water and Stuart bought the wrong suspension
Santana Trophy Part1 "It’s cold outside"
Coming up this episode We find out the desert is actually quite cold, we take a wrong turning and I sleep with two Dutch men
Will a roof rack hold a camel
Coming up this episode Stuart does 18 things, eBay sends us special vouchers and we work out if we can winch a camel on to a Land Rover roof rack.
Now with Flaps
Coming up this episode we find a typo in a Land Rover magazine, we talk to a man who has just fitted some mud flaps and chat with a man who once visited Scotland.
Search & Rescue
Episode 2 of the Green Oval Podcast meets with James who is the Wyre Forest Land Search Training Manager for the Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA).
We chat with James to find out how they use the Land Rovers on shouts out's, the gear they carry and what a typical day looks like in the world of search & rescue.
Dragged through Flatdog backwards
This podcast has been created as a passion project and hopefully as a way to meet lots of interesting Land Rover enthusiasts doing amazing things to bring back to life Land Rovers of all models or keeping the ones they have got on the road, which we also know is a full time job.
Each episode we are going to catch up with someone like you out in Land Rover land and hear your stories, we will have some regular contributors and we will try and keep up with the latest musing from Jaguar Land Rover.
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Serious fun but not serious 😂
Great Landy content.
Very enjoyable pair to listen to. Simon and Stuart need a social commentary radio show!
Very interested to see where this goes. Keep up the good work!