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Paul Kirtley is an award winning bushcraft instructor, canoe leader and outdoor guide. He owns and runs Frontier Bushcraft, a leading provider of bushcraft training and wilderness adventure travel. Paul writes the top-ranked blog on the net covering bushcraft, survival skills and outdoor life at http://paulkirtley.co.uk This podcast is designed to help you get more from your outdoor life, deepen your bushcraft practice and hone your survival knowledge. Paul shares interviews, discussions, advice, tips & tricks as well as the occasional contest or give-away. Paul regularly hosts other outdoor experts as guests on his podcast so you get a wide range of in-depth outdoor know-how that will enhance your camping, hiking, canoeing, backpacking, snow-shoeing, ski touring, expedition skills, navigation, camp craft, carving, woodcraft, fire-lighting, tracking, tree and plant identification, use of cutting tools and choice of outdoor clothing and equipment.

The Paul Kirtley Podcast Paul Kirtley: Professional Outdoorsman

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Paul Kirtley is an award winning bushcraft instructor, canoe leader and outdoor guide. He owns and runs Frontier Bushcraft, a leading provider of bushcraft training and wilderness adventure travel. Paul writes the top-ranked blog on the net covering bushcraft, survival skills and outdoor life at http://paulkirtley.co.uk This podcast is designed to help you get more from your outdoor life, deepen your bushcraft practice and hone your survival knowledge. Paul shares interviews, discussions, advice, tips & tricks as well as the occasional contest or give-away. Paul regularly hosts other outdoor experts as guests on his podcast so you get a wide range of in-depth outdoor know-how that will enhance your camping, hiking, canoeing, backpacking, snow-shoeing, ski touring, expedition skills, navigation, camp craft, carving, woodcraft, fire-lighting, tracking, tree and plant identification, use of cutting tools and choice of outdoor clothing and equipment.

    PK Podcast 50: Les Hiddins, The Bush Tucker Man

    PK Podcast 50: Les Hiddins, The Bush Tucker Man

    Les Hiddins became well known through his ABC TV series “The Bush Tucker Man”. In 1980 Les had received a Defence Fellowship to research survival in northern Australia and looked heavily into traditional bush foods, with the help and cooperation of Indigenous communities. His work was compiled and used by the Australian military in various forms, including the clever idea of “snack maps”. He was also the principal author of the Australian Army’s military survival manual, published in 1987. Les retired from the Australian Regular Army in 1989 with the rank of Major. In addition to his TV work and writing, he continued to work with the Australian Army Reserve until 2001, working with Indigenous Australian communities in northern Australia. He is still actively researching and sharing his information and we get into this and a whole lot more in this podcast episode….

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    PK Podcast 49: Gordon Dedman On Australian Bushcraft And Survival

    PK Podcast 49: Gordon Dedman On Australian Bushcraft And Survival

    In this podcast episode Gordon Dedman and I talk bushcraft and survival in Australia. Gordon is a survival instructor in NORFORCE, an Australian Army unit conducting patrols in remote wilderness areas of northern Australia. He provides civilian training via Bushcraft Survival Australia. Gordon also works as a guide in Kakadu National Park, which at 20,000 square kilometers is Australia's largest national park....

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    PK Podcast 48: Bruce Zawalsky On Canadian Wilderness Survival

    PK Podcast 48: Bruce Zawalsky On Canadian Wilderness Survival

    Bruce Zawalsky is a professional wilderness survival instructor and author, with over 25 years of experience as an outdoor educator. He teaches survival courses, wildlife and bear awareness courses as well as wilderness navigation. Here in Podcast 48, Bruce talks with me about all these subjects and more, which have much wider application than just in his native Canada....

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    PK Podcast 47: Tom Lutyens, Mors Kochanski, Lars Fält, Johan Skullman

    PK Podcast 47: Tom Lutyens, Mors Kochanski, Lars Fält, Johan Skullman

    In 1995 Lars Fält organised a seminal survival instructors conference in northern Sweden. Tom Lutyens and Mors Kochanski were among the instructors. Johan Skullman was one of the students. Here they discuss the importance of that event....

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    PK Podcast 46: Kevin Callan, The Nicest Man On The Meanest Journey

    PK Podcast 46: Kevin Callan, The Nicest Man On The Meanest Journey

    Canadian outdoor educator and author Kevin Callan joins me to talk about nature connection, preserving wilderness, healing yourself with time outdoors as well as undertaking the Meanest Link…

    • 1 tim. 58 min
    PK Podcast 45: Tristan Gooley On Unlocking Nature’s Clues & Signs

    PK Podcast 45: Tristan Gooley On Unlocking Nature’s Clues & Signs

    Tristan Gooley, natural navigator and author, returns to the Paul Kirtley Podcast for a conversation centred on on becoming more attuned to the clues and signs surrounding you in nature, and finding the keys that help unlock these secrets...

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St John Smythe ,

Outstanding

Bar none the best wilderness/bushcraft podcast I have listened to.
Have gone thriugh the first 12 episodes. Interesting guests, good pace and a deep understanding of the subject.
Keep up the good work.

Crapzapper ,

Great stuff!

This is a very excellent podcast if you like the outdoors.

Leo Donkersley ,

Top Quality!

This is a 'must have' podcast for outdoorsfolk. Subscribe - you won't regret it!

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