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Stories about the aquatic experiences that shape us. Listen with Lauren L. Hill and Dave Rastovich as they talk story with some of the most adept waterfolk on the planet. Waterpeople is a gathering place for our global ocean community to dive into the themes of watery lives lived well: ecology, adventure, community, activism, science, egalitarianism, inclusivity, meaningful play, a sense of humour. And, surfing, of course. 

Waterpeople Podcast Lauren L. Hill & Dave Rastovich - surf stories & ocean adventures

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Stories about the aquatic experiences that shape us. Listen with Lauren L. Hill and Dave Rastovich as they talk story with some of the most adept waterfolk on the planet. Waterpeople is a gathering place for our global ocean community to dive into the themes of watery lives lived well: ecology, adventure, community, activism, science, egalitarianism, inclusivity, meaningful play, a sense of humour. And, surfing, of course. 

    Nidala Barker: Where We Belong

    Nidala Barker: Where We Belong

    “Whether or not you think you belong to the Earth is irrelevant, for you simply do. By virtue of breathing in you receive a gift of oxygen given by the tree and soil, by virtue of breathing out you gift carbon dioxide to the kelp so the fish may have their home. To accept our shared responsibility to the Earth, IS to remember our belonging.” – Nidala BarkerNidala is a surfer, musician and custodianship educator. She traces part of her ancestral roots to the Djugun and Jabirr-Jabirr people of ...

    • 1 時間37分
    Dr. Kevin Stone: How to Play Forever

    Dr. Kevin Stone: How to Play Forever

    Why are some octogenarians still surfing, while others struggle to walk up the stairs? It isn’t luck. Harvard and Stanford trained Orthopaedic surgeon Kevin R. Stone, MD, believes that injuries present as opportunities to better our athletic potential - they can make us fitter, faster, and stronger than before. He is the author of Play Forever: How to Recover From Injury and Thrive. Dr. Kevin Stone is a waterman and a world-renowned expert in biologic joint replacement. He founded The ...

    • 50分
    Pauline Menczer: The Uncensored Underdog

    Pauline Menczer: The Uncensored Underdog

    How to fund a pro surfing career in the 1980s? Sell stickers, Levi’s jeans, bicycles, whatever. Sleep in your board bag. Live on a diet of mushrooms and bread. World Champion Pauline Menczer got resourceful and hustled however it took to get her to the next stop of the tour. “In the 80s and 90s, surf culture was toxic, especially towards women. Pauline was a dirt-poor, chronically ill teen from Bondi, who defied insults and intimidation to make a name for herself in the surfing wor...

    • 1 時間25分
    Sung Min Cho: African Aloha

    Sung Min Cho: African Aloha

    When is surfing about more than just selfish wave hoggery? Mozambique’s first professional surfer, Sung Min Cho, or ‘Mini’ for short, is writing a new story for surfing – he’s part of a burgeoning surf culture rising from the wake of three decades of armed conflict in the region. In 2018, Mini co-counded Tofo surf club, Mozambique’s outpost of Surfers Not Street Children, which empowers street kids through surf coaching and mentorship. The effort has been funded in part by Pop...

    • 1 時間12分
    Torren Martyn & Aiyana Powell: Solo, Together

    Torren Martyn & Aiyana Powell: Solo, Together

    Ever want to pack up normalcy and set sail over the horizon? What’s it really like to live at sea for a year and rarely be further than 35 feet from your new significant other?Torren Martyn and Aiyana Powell talk us through the peaks and troughs of life aboard Calypte, a borrowed 35-foot sailing boat that they spent 12 months sailing 9,000-kilometres - from Pattaya in the Gulf of Thailand to Lombok, an Indonesian island east of Bali - a journey chronicled in their new independent film C...

    • 1 時間37分
    Annie Ford: Adventurous Activism

    Annie Ford: Adventurous Activism

    The loudest human-made sounds: Nuclear Bomb (224 dB), Rocket launch (204 dB). And clocking in at 260 underwater decibels is the seismic blast, part of a process for exploring for oil and gas in the ocean. Unlike bombs and rockets, however, seismic blasts "fire approximately every 10 seconds around the clock for months at a time." For eight years, Marine Biologist Annie Ford worked onboard seismic blasting vessels, and felt the relentless explosions and reverberations from her bed at night. Sh...

    • 1 時間43分

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Thoughtful topics and conversations

Love this podcast. Always very engaging speakers, with the team of Lauren and Dave creating thoughtful discussions. This has really helped me stay connected with the ocean during a time when COVID has made the physical experience more challenging 👍

MrChristian86

Insightful and inspiring conversations

Today there are several surf podcasts being published and shared daily, each with their own personality. Waterpeople is for those looking for a deeper discussion focused on people and connection, whatever that connection may be, to a higher being or to a time period, or simply to the water. This podcast has my highest recommendation.

Take-Shida

Tranquil

Love the podcast. It makes me feel gentle and happy. Hope to keep spreading the idea of being close to water and what it brings to you. Thank you for inspiring me.

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