Living Adventurously, with Alastair Humphreys, is the story of ordinary people choosing to live extraordinary lives.
Alastair interviews artists and chefs, students and pensioners, athletes and travellers. He wants to discover what living adventurously means to different people, what universal obstacles stand in the way, and how each of these people took the first step to overcome them and begin their own fascinating journeys.
500 Years Ago, Adventure was the Manifestation of Privilege. Living Adventurously 65
!!!The Final Episode of the Podcast!!! Jack Thurston is a cyclist, a food lover, a photographer, a guide-book writer and an early podcast pioneer. We talked about adventures close to home and what the world of 'Adventure' looks like in the 21st Century.
Don't Live in the Prism of Other People's Opinions. Living Adventurously 64
Rhiane Fatinikun was a self-confessed fan of Netflix and raving when she spotted hikers getting off a train in the Peak District and, on the spur of the moment, decided to take up hiking! A week later she set up the Black Girls Hike Instagram page and began leading groups of black women on hikes.
Our Freedoms are all Different. Our Prisons are all Different. Living Adventurously 63
Karen Darke is an adventurer and Paralympian handcyclist. It is fortunate that Karen has what she describes as “an adventurous gene”, as life in a wheelchair is full of the unexpected...
We Live in one of the Most Nature-Depleted Countries on the Planet. Living Adventurously 62
David Elliott is Chief Executive at Trees for Cities, having previously cleared landmines around the world. Trees for Cities is the only UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities.
The Countryside is a very White Place. Living Adventurously 61
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is an ultra-runner, a businesswoman, a mother of four and a grandmother of two. She is very clear which is the toughest of these challenges...!
Have a Meaningful Specific - Don't Try to Please Everyone. Living Adventurously 53
David Hanney is the Co-founder and CEO at Alpkit, an outdoor and bike brand for enthusiasts and adventurers.
A great listen
My favourite thing about this podcast is that listening never feels like a chore, it starts light-hearted & friendly but by the end you realise you’ve learnt something new. It gives time & space for a mental adventure, as well as prompting ideas for your next physical one too!
Varied guests, interesting chat and amusing too! What else do you need in a podcast? Keep it up please!
I absolutely love this! It’s really helping to kick me out of my unadventurous slump and I bought the workbook too. The bite sized podcasts are perfect, too. Thank you Alistair!