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Perception and Creativity.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between rock climbers and content creators Lizzy Ellison and Paul Robinson, and philosopher Carrot, as they discuss aesthetics, their interpretation of art, and the inspiration behind their creative outbursts.Join us to learn from content creators and athletes, Lizzy and Paul, about art, videography, and hand doodling! For more about Paul  click hereFor more about Lizzy click hereFor stories about life and the outdoors click hereIf you like what you hear, don't forget to subscribe!Host: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaEditor: GaiaOFF BELAY
Food connects people.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between the members of theDIHEDRAL crew about food, cultural experiences, food insecurity, and food-induced nostalgia..Join us to learn more from the crew members and what dishes connect them to their family and/or memorable experiences. For stories about life and the outdoors click hereTo make a donation to Feeding America click hereWorld Food Program USA: Ukraine Emergency click hereIf you like what you hear, don't forget to subscribe!Host: Carrot, Gaia, Isa, HighclipProducer: Carrot and GaiaEditor: GaiaOFF BELAY
Alex Wildman and Jeff Markovitz authored the beautiful (auto)biographical story of Alex's journey from diagnosis to summit in their co-authored book The Sharpest End.Join us as we delve into the depths of friendship, community, coping mechanisms, personal growth, life, and of course, rock climbing. For The Sharpest End, click hereFor stories about life and the outdoors click hereHost: CarrotProducers: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
“Creative Messaging on Climate Change”Conversations concerning climate change can be overwhelming, depressing, and confrontational. Despite the difficulties, it is a conversation that needs to be on-going and relentless.Join us as Dr. Marion Hourdequin from Colorado College, Dr. John Cook from Monash University, Dr. Beth Osnes from the University of Colorado Boulder, and Ting Lester, member of Young Womxn’s Voices for Climate, discuss Creative Messaging on Climate Change.Host: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
Join us as Dihedral member, High-Clip and climbing partner Nick, go over their experience tackling this year's 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell!24hrs of Horseshoe Hell is a climbing competition held in Jasper, AR every September, where athletes are tasked with climbing as many routes as they possibly can in a 24-hour period. This was High-Clip's first year competing, so the nerves and stoke were high!For more about the competition  click hereFor more stories click hereHosts: Gaia, CarrotGuests: High-clip, NickClimb ON
After engaging in uncomfortable and sometimes unexplainable conversations in our local gym, Carrot suggested the idea to gather a forum of climbers from different parts of the world and communities. The prompt? To discuss those topics that are often ignored, but are of utter importance.Joining us are professional rock climbing photographer, Nikki Smith, managing director at Saudi Climbing and Hiking Federation, Yasmin Gahtani, founder of Climbing Life Kenya, Liz Ndindi, and competitive climber and Belarus Bouldering Champion, Valentina Chamiakina.Tune in as we discuss inclusivity, acceptance, and the limitations existing within the rock climbing community. Guiding this conversation is our dear friend and former theDIHEDRAL podcast guest, Hehewutei "Cody" Amakali.Host: Hehewutei "Cody" AmakaliProducer: CarrotEditor: GaiaCimb ON
Join us as we discuss "Dammed If You Don't", conservationism, and the impact -positive and negative- that we have on our crags.  Chris Kalman,  rock climber and writer, opens up about his experience with rock climbing, the influence his personal experiences had on his latest book, and the role he plays in Chilean non-profit organization, Friends of Cochamó.."...A fictional story of a deeply-conflicted photographer who tries to save Lahuenco—a remote valley in Patagonian Chile—by showing the world how beautiful it is.".For information about Friends of Cochamó click here For Chris Kalman's "Dammed If You Don't" click here For stories about life and the outdoors click hereHost: CarrotProducers: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
Join us as we discuss "Aiming High", living organ donation, and climbing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  Tanya Chris, romance and erotica novelist, opens up about her first experience with rock climbing, the inspiration behind her latest novel, and The National Kidney Foundation.."And he’d rather win Spencer’s heart than a medal, but that prize continues to elude him.".For information about The Kidney National Foundation click here For Tanya Chris' "Aiming High" click here For stories about life and the outdoors click hereHost: CarrotProducers: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
Join us as Dihedral member, High-Clip, goes over her experience getting ready for this year's 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell!24hrs of Horseshoe Hell is a climbing competition held in Jasper, AR every September, where athletes are tasked with climbing as many routes as they possibly can in a 24 hour period. This will be High-Clip's first year competing, so the nerves and stoke are high!For more about the competition  click hereFor more stories click hereHosts: Gaia, Isa, High-ClipClimb ON
Kindness for kindness.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between professional rock climber Sierra Blair-Coyle and philosopher Carrot, as they discuss kindness, family, and the importance of positive discourse.Join us to learn from boulderer, Sierra Blair-Coyle, about the interaction with her fans and the way she deals with unkind messages on her social platform..To support Sierra's Cause click hereFor stories about life and the outdoors click hereIf you like what you see/hear, don't forget to subscribe!Host: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaEditor: GaiaOFF BELAY_________________________Intro/Outro track:TV On: Pfranzen https://freesound.org/s/328171/​Carabiner: Eelke https://freesound.org/s/387196/​TV Off: Harpoyume https://freesound.org/s/86034/​
Join us as we discuss climbing safety with Gavin and Timmy, the climbers from the viral "And That's Why We Wear a Helmet!" video!Gavin and Timmy guide us through the events that preceded the incident from that day and the aftermath of the video going viral. We also cover topics such as climbing safety and the importance of communication at the crag.Timmy: @climbing.for.life.For original Gavin and Timmy video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o21wVjqn9wsFor stories about life and the outdoors https://thedihedral.comHost: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
Hey Google! How can I be happy?.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between professional rock climber Nina Caprez and philosopher Carrot, as they discuss happiness, cultural approaches to fulfillment, and the importance of laughing.Join us to learn from climber and artist, Nina Caprez, about the benefits of independence and laughing about oneself..To support Nina's Cause click hereFor stories about life and the outdoors click hereIf you like what you see/hear, don't forget to subscribe!Host: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaEditor: GaiaOFF BELAY_________________________Intro/Outro track:TV On: Pfranzen https://freesound.org/s/328171/​Carabiner: Eelke https://freesound.org/s/387196/​TV Off: Harpoyume https://freesound.org/s/86034/​
“What is the meaning of Climbing?”We were lucky enough to speak with four of the leading scholastic climbing commentators in the world on “The Meaning of Climbing”Join us as philosophers Dr. Bill Ramsey from UNLV, Dr. Stephen Downes from The University of Utah, and Dr. C. Thi Nguyen from The University of Utah; along with political scientist Dr. Debbie Halbert from UH Mānoa, discuss climbing and its meaningHost: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
7 Generations Into the Future.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between professional rock climber Conrad Anker and philosopher Carrot, as they discuss the environment, ways to reduce our carbon footprint, and the importance our actions have on future generations.Join us to learn from climber and activist, Conrad Anker, about the importance to act on climate change TODAY! .For video interview click hereFor stories about life and the outdoors click hereIf you like what you see/hear, don't forget to subscribe!Host: CarrotProducer: Carrot and GaiaEditor: GaiaOFF BELAY___________________________Intro/Outro track:TV On: Pfranzen https://freesound.org/s/328171/​Carabiner: Eelke https://freesound.org/s/387196/​TV Off: Harpoyume https://freesound.org/s/86034/​
 Should We Engage in Small Talk?.Sit down to enjoy a conversation between professional rock climber Pete Whittaker and our host Carrot, as they discuss "talking," Brexit, and how they address strangers that jump right into medium talk! Pete's reaction to the topic of conversation is priceless. Is he a good small talker, or is he a better listener? .For video interview  click hereTo support Pete's non-profit of choice click here If you like what you see/hear, don't forget to subscribe!OFF BELAYHost: CarrotProducers: Carrot, GaiaEditor: Gaia____________________________Intro/Outro track:TV On: Pfranzen https://freesound.org/s/328171/Carabiner: Eelke https://freesound.org/s/387196/TV Off: Harpoyume https://freesound.org/s/86034/
We hope you enjoy this take on Clement Clarke Moore's Poem: A Visit from St. Nicholas,  to celebrate an activity that we enjoy so much! Hoping to bring some laughs and/or smiles to push through a year that has presented challenges to us all.Merry Climbing, from theDIHEDRAL to YOU!Climb-ONWriter + Narrator: CarrotEditor: GaiaSoundtrack from Soundcloud by Pavel Yudin
Dino Ruggeri, originally from Grosse Pointe Michigan, is now proudly opening Detroit’s first climbing gym DYNO, in Detroit’s historic Eastern Market. We had the privilige to sit down with Detroit's new gym owner, to discuss the construction process, his  inspiration behind the new settlement, inclusivity, and -of course- food!Dino and the values of DYNO Detroit promote active inclusivity in a way that few gyms have aspired to do.  Join us as we learn more about this new adventure!Hosts: Carrot and GaiaProducers: Carrot and GaiaClimb-ON
UK paraclimber, Anoushé Husain, discusses her upbringing, health, civil service, and paraclimbing. Being born without her right arm below the elbow, Anoushé faced diverse challenges she was fervently determined to overcome. Spoiler alert: she did!Anoushé's passion for inclusion and diversity inspired her to pursue a career in the field of civil service as a manager for the Department of Education in the UK. Her life experiences and commitment to the climbing community also are the reason behind co-founding paraclimbing London.Anoushé  captivated us with her experiences and dedication to civil service.  This was such an inspiring and motivational chat, and we feel so happy to have the opportunity to share it with you!Climb-ONHosts: Carrot and GaiaProducers: Carrot and Gaia
Philosopher and Rock Climber Bill Ramsey works harder than most of us to accomplish goals that prove the payoff is worth the effort.  Conquering enormous feats both academically and physically, Bill takes us on a journey to where he's been and what it takes to get there.Join us as Bill discusses some of his most prestigious accomplishments. Hosts: Carrot, GaiaProducers: Carrot, GaiaClimb-ON
Brittany was left paralyzed after falling forty feet from the top of a climbing wall, breaking her L1 vertebra, and snapping both the ulna and radius bones in her arm. However, her mental fortitude and arduous work propelled Brittany to the world championship stage of adaptive rock climbing.  Brittany's engagement and advocacy for adaptive athletes is inspirational beyond compare.Join us as Brittany discusses her injury, adaptive climbing, and her favorite show... The Office!Hosts: Carrot, GaiaProducers: Carrot, GaiaClimb-ON
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