8 episodes

A Podcast about the Scottish coast and the communities and conservation work
taking place along it. Each episode the hosts Nicolette Macleod and Graham Richardson
talk to a different guest about their experience of the sea.

Published by URSALUNA Studio

SeaGazing Nicolette Macleod & Graham Richardson

    • Science
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

A Podcast about the Scottish coast and the communities and conservation work
taking place along it. Each episode the hosts Nicolette Macleod and Graham Richardson
talk to a different guest about their experience of the sea.

Published by URSALUNA Studio

    Snorkling in the Argyll Coast and Islands Hope Spot (Bonus Episode)

    Snorkling in the Argyll Coast and Islands Hope Spot (Bonus Episode)

    A bonus episode with artists talking about what it was like to spend a
    week snorkelling in the Argyll Hope Spot.

    Last year Nicolette was one of several artists chosen to take part in the Argyll
    Coast and Islands Hope Spot Residency. In this bonus episode she captures some of
    that experience with excepts from interviews with her fellow artists and a bespoke
    soundtrack.

    New Year special

    New Year special

    Nicolette and Graham talk about their highlights so far, personal
    reflections and what's in store for 2021. Nicolette shares an unreleased song
    inspired by Taynish National Nature reserve and we hear beautiful thoughts and
    memories about the sea from friends and family.

    Fair Isle with David Parnaby

    Fair Isle with David Parnaby

    David Parnaby talks about living on Fair Isle, its many visiting birds,
    the role of the Fair Isle bird observatory and its close knit community on and off
    the island.

    Marine Conservation with Catherine Gemmell

    Marine Conservation with Catherine Gemmell

    Have you ever found a nudibranch in a rockpool? Catherine has! Working
    for Marine Conservation Scotland brings her into contact with politicians, artists
    and local communities. In this episode we talk about the pressure facing
    Scotland's seas, how artists can inspire us to fight for our coastline, and why
    action needs to be taken yesterday.

    Follow us on Twitter:
    https://twitter.com/SeaGazingPod
    https://twitter.com/nicolettemmusic
    https://twitter.com/birdandsongs

    Visit our website for more info and more episodes: https://seagazing.com

    Seawilding with Danny Renton

    Seawilding with Danny Renton

    Rewilding is all about letting nature take over to the benefit of
    ecosystems, inhabitants, and us. This is just as true in the sea as it is on the
    land. Seawilding is a group on the west coast of Scotland aiming to reestablish a
    viable native oyster population that could improve its local habitat for other
    species and provide a viable and sustainable fishery for the local community around
    Loch Craignish.

    Danny Renton, director of the project, joins us to discuss digestive biscuits,
    oyster hoisters and strange packages from the Royal Mail.

    You can find out more about Seawilding at https://www.seawilding.org/
    Find the three mile limit petition here:
    https://ourseasscotland.eaction.org.uk/bring-back-the-fish

    Follow us on Twitter:
    @SeaGazingPod
    @nicolettemmusic
    @birdandsongs

    https://seagazing.com

    Protecting Whales and Dolphins with Alison Lomax

    Protecting Whales and Dolphins with Alison Lomax

    One quarter of all whale, dolphin and porpoise species, collectively
    known as cetaceans, have been seen in Scottish waters. As Director of the Hebridean
    Whale and Dolphin Trust, Alison's job is to find out more more them: where they
    live, how many there are, and what needs to be done to protect them. In this episode
    we chat about watching cetaceans from the land, finding toxic killer whales, and why
    whales capture our imagination.

    https://hwdt.org/
    To download the marine mammal atlas, visit:
    https://hwdt.org/hebridean-marine-mammal-atlas

    Follow us on Twitter:
    @SeaGazingPod
    @nicolettemmusic
    @birdandsongs
    @jedidiahcodes

    Visit our website for more info and more episodes: www.seagazing.com

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Chance Blasto ,

Great nature podcast with two passionate entertaining hosts

Wonderful start to a nature podcast all about Scotland’a coast. Graham and Nicolette both sound interested and entertaining. I’m excited to listen more!

khellendros222 ,

Extremely promising start!

What a wonderful idea for a podcast and the audio quality is top notch. I am extremely interested in listening in each week!

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