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From the scorched sands of the Kalahari Desert to the rock and roll stage in Las Vegas to living with remote tribes in the world’s jungles, mention the word ‘survival’ and Les Stroud is the name at the top of the list. Appropriately recorded only in outdoor settings, ‘Survivorman’ himself is the perfect podcast interviewer to sit with and pull deep and inspiring life stories from artists and motivated individuals who continue to forge new pathways while surviving life itself.
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Surviving Life with Les Stroud Apostrophe Podcast Network

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 110 Ratings

From the scorched sands of the Kalahari Desert to the rock and roll stage in Las Vegas to living with remote tribes in the world’s jungles, mention the word ‘survival’ and Les Stroud is the name at the top of the list. Appropriately recorded only in outdoor settings, ‘Survivorman’ himself is the perfect podcast interviewer to sit with and pull deep and inspiring life stories from artists and motivated individuals who continue to forge new pathways while surviving life itself.
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    Titans

    Titans

    Just before the pandemic some of the biggest names in Bush-crafting and primitive survival met in Alberta Canada and the Bushcraft symposium. Les Stroud was the main keynote speaker and while he was there, they asked if he would host a panel discussion with Dave Wescott, Mors Kochanski, David Halladay and Andre Bourbeau. 
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    • 59 min
    Aradia, Part 2

    Aradia, Part 2

    This is part two of my interview and morning coffee and jam session with the artist known as Aradia.  And again – it’s really more or a chill morning with coffee and a couple musicians kind of moment – not so much an interview.
    Aradia is a self-produced multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter that brings something with originality and depth to the world of alternative pop. Her progressive, building arrangements echo elements of Robyn, Marina, Blondie and Roosevelt—artfully blending nu disco, 80s guitar rock and modern electronica.
    Born in the New York City metropolitan area & studying music from early childhood, she is after a sojourn to Seattle & Los Angeles where she fine-tuned her craft and her sound, went back to NYC to focus on live performances & to release a string of anthemic singles. She now continues to do so from Long Island Sound in Connecticut.


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    • 28 min
    Aradia, Part 1

    Aradia, Part 1

    This is Part One of my interview - well, mostly morning coffee and jam session with the artist known as Aradia.
    Aradia is a self-produced multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter that brings something with originality and depth to the world of alternative pop. Her progressive building arrangements echo elements of Robyn, Marina, Blondie and Roosevelt - artfully blending nu disco, 80s guitar rock and modern electronica.
    Born in the New York city metropolitan area and studying music from early childhood, she is after a sojourn to Seattle and Los Angeles where she fine-tuned her craft and her sound, went back to NYC, to focus on live performances and to release a string of anthemic singles. She now continues to do so from Long Island Sound in Connecticut.
    Music:
    Car; Aradia
    M Class Planet; Aradia
    Arctic Mistress; Les Stroud, Bryan Potvin



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    • 33 min
    Peirson Ross, Part 2

    Peirson Ross, Part 2

    In this episode of Surviving life Les sits down, - guitars in hand - with singer-songwriter Peirson Ross for part two of their artists' conversation. They go deep into music and activism along with the writer's process.
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    • 43 min
    Peirson Ross, Part 1

    Peirson Ross, Part 1

    In this episode of Surviving life, Les sits down with guitars in hand with singer songwriter Peirson Ross for part one of two parts. They go deep into music and activism along with the writer's process.


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    • 51 min
    Hap Wilson

    Hap Wilson

    Hap Wilson - the legend of Temagami, Ontario. An incredibly talented artist, author and outdoor adventure guide. But everything he does is rooted in his love of the natural world and his desire to protect it. Les and Hap sit sipping scotch and talk activism and canoeing.


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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
110 Ratings

110 Ratings

Jinsoku20 ,

I get excited every time I see a new episode

I’m glad you joined the podcast world. I’m excited for the future episodes that you have coming out. Go checking out his YouTube channel with all the great content he’s been putting out lately. 👍🏼

Hinkmedic ,

Very enjoyable

Really good stuff here Les. Big Survivorman fan , Doug Adams interview was awesome.Keep em coming!

Sbleger76 ,

Great!

I love the Survivor Man show. And am grateful that they are on YouTube now. This is like a behind-the-scenes. I like hearing his opinion and just sit down and listen to a friendly chat. I look forward to more.

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