Science, history, adventure, politics, and technology converge on the Antarctic Report podcast. Each week you’ll hear from an international expert with a compelling story on Antarctica and the Southern Ocean.
Finding the oldest forest fossils in Antarctica - 280 million years old!
The 280 million year old trees; US Geologist Erik Gulbranson talks about his discovery in 2016 of the oldest forest fossils ever to be found in Antarctica.
Dispatches from Continent Seven - the writings of Antarctic scientists
From James Cook to today, New Zealand writer Rebecca Priestley discusses her anthology of Antarctic science, "Dispatches from Continent Seven"
NASA’s Operation IceBridge; surveying the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets
We talk to John Sonntag, mission scientist for NASA’s Operation IceBridge, the largest airborne survey of Earth's polar ice ever flown.
What it's like wintering over at the South Pole - thirteen times!
We talk to astronomer Robert Schwarz at the South Pole who is just completing his thirteenth winter there!
Revisiting Terra Incognita, Travels in Antarctica, with Sara Wheeler
We talk to travel writer, Sara Wheeler, author of Terra Incognita: Travels in Antarctica.
Recounting the heroic exploits of Tom Crean - companion to both Scott and Shackleton
We talk to Michael Smith, author of “An unsung Hero - Tom Crean”, the first biography of this Antarctic veteran, companion to both Scott and Shackleton.
Great podcast to listen to.