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Welcome back to On The Outside! We're returnig with an in-depth chat about all things Kinder Scout Trespass. Last month was the 90th anniversary of a mass trespass across Kinder Scout in the Peak District, a moment that is credited with helping to create our National Parks, and rights of way access in the UK. Francesca is joined by Frit Tam, Ani Patas and Vedangi Kulkarni to talk about who took part in the original Kinder Scout Trespass, and why is happened. Plus, what happened at the commemorative Kinder In Colour event this year, our thoughts on events with large numbers of people in the countryside, and what do we mean by "decolonise the countryside"? Find out more about the panel: Ani Patas is an outdoor enthusiast who is chronically ill and disabled. She is also the founder of the blog Outside Our Way, hosted by All the Elements. @ani_went_outside Frit Tam is an adventure film maker. He runs a film studio called Passion Fruit Pictures, whose sole mission is to add colour and diversity to the outdoors and adventure industry through filmmaking. @frit_tam Vedangi Kulkarni is an adventure traveller, endurance athlete, writer and expedition manager. I run a business called the Adventure Shared through which I helped plan and manage expeditions and adventures. @wheelsandwords READ THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE CALL TO ACTION: Learn about the Kinder Scout Trespass (links below) and think about what it means for our rights now Follow Right To Roam on Instagram and Twitter and find out more on their website, righttoroam.org.uk Speak to your friends from abroad about what they learned about British colonialism Share this episode with a friend! You can join the crew on Patreon. JOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletterEmail us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com Links to articles and stories we spoke about can be found on our website, ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk CREDITS for the episode: The panel was Ani Patas, Frit Tam and Vedangi KulkarniProduced and hosted by Francesca TurauskisEdited by Jack O'DriscollArtwork by Sophie NolanMusic is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie Dewar See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this outdoor news round-up, Francesca Turauskis takes us through some news stories from the outdoors world:- This month is Ramadan, and several athletes and grassroots organisations have been calling on events to be more inclusive of Muslims who observe the holy month.- The main sponsor of a major women’s cycling race, the Women’s CiCLE Classic, has withdrawn his funding in reaction to British Cycling’s new rules on transgender participation- In Ireland, the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications Eamon Ryan has announced a ban on the small-scale commercial selling of turf from September 1st, 2022. It comes as part of the ban on carbon-high fuels.- The Sporting Pride Conference is taking place in Birmingham on 23rd April- Right to Roam announce the Kinder in Colour event for the anniversary of the Kinder Tresspass- Friends of the Earth have announced a grant to support local nature projects- April 30th is Local Bike Shop Day.CALL TO ACTION:Email your MP - https://www.stonewall.org.uk/our-work/campaigns/ban-conversion-therapy JOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:Produced, Hosted, Edited by Francesca Turauskis Artwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSpecial thanks to our Patreon Support Crew. You can join the crew on Patreon. FULL TRANSCRIPT on the website ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk On The Outside is part of the Tremula Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a special episode looking at one particular news item. The 26th of March is Purple Day, the International Day of Epilepsy Awareness. It's the one day a year dedicated to raising money and awareness to support everyone who is living with the effects of epilepsy. Right now, people around the globe are cycling, walking, swimming, running and more to raise money to support people living with epilepsy. And if you are one of them, thank you so much.But one of my biggest passions is advocating for the fact that - people with epilepsy can do these things too. Today's episode is a crossover with another podcast in the Tremula Network. Seize Your Adventure is a podcast sharing stories of advneture and outdoor living with epilepsy. This episode flips the microphone, and Frantalks to three people who work within the adventure field to find out what they know about epilepsy, what they don’t, and how we can get more people with epilepsy in adventure.We mention:These three adventure professionals’ first aid and epilepsy experienceHow they handle risk assessmentsThe different types of seizureBasic epilepsy first aidHow to encourage people with epilepsy to take part in adventureWhat adventure means to themWhere to go to learn more about epilepsyTHE ADVENTURERS:Jago Hartland (Outdoor Pursuits Guide)Find out more about Jago: https://www.instagram.com/my65roses_jagohartland/ David Willis (Bushcraft Instructor)Find out more about David: http://www.davidwillis.info/Nicki Bass (Resilience Consultant)Find out more about Nicki: https://www.resiliencework.co.uk/aboutLEARN ABOUT EPILEPSY:https://seizeyouradventure.com/learn-about-epilepsy/SIGN UP TO THE ON THE OUTSIDE NEWSLETTER:https://www.ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk/newsletterOn The Outside is part of the Tremula Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this first outdoor news round-up, Francesca Turauskis takes us through some news stories from the outdoors world:-The Outdoors Industries Association has put together some resources of the outdoor industry’s response to the Ukraine crisis-Defra published the #NatureRecovery Green Paper yesterday, which sets out proposals for how to more effectively protect sites and species, and recover nature across England.-Over 60 organisations - including Natural England, the Ramblers and the BMC - have launched a petition to demand a ‘legal right to nature’ as part of the Government’s 'levelling up' reforms.-The Countryside Code has been reimagined for a new generation.-West Midlands’ canal network have announced plans to create the world’s longest community orchard.-The American climber Alex Hannold is the star of a new virtual reality series-The National Outdoor Expo takes place in Birmingham this weekend-Outdoor weddings in England and Wales have been permanently legalised-Our Shared Outdoors are running a diverse film eventJOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:Produced, Hosted, Edited by Francesca Turauskis Artwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSpecial thanks to our Patreon Support Crew. You can join the crew on Patreon. The transcript and articles spoken about can be found on our website ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On The Outside is taking a rest, but we're excited to share an episode from another podcast that we think you’ll like!THIIIRD Waves is one of the outputs of THIIIRD magazine, a platform that amplifies marginalised voices through print, events, and on the airwaves with their podcast. The show explores the intersections of culture and activism, and brings their listeners interviews and discussions with guests who have knowledge and lived experiences on the topic they talk about.This episode was first released in July 2020, and Hosts Daniela, Rhona and Tryb explore things like how communities are affected by tourism and what a more conscious approach to travelling might look like, with stops at Mount Everest, Venice Island and more. Then Daniella speaks to Tom Selwyn who is professorial research associate at the department of anthropology and sociology at the London Middle East Institute. He is widely published in the field of anthropology of tourism and pilgrimage. He also founded the MA in The Anthropolgy of Tourism, Travel and Pilgrimage at SOAS in 2010.THE THIIRD TEAM:Rhona Ezuma, Editor in Chief - @roena Daniela Hornzkov Sun, Producer - @dhsun Trybe, Music Editor - @trybe_official CALL TO ACTION:Follow THIIRD on Instagram @THIIIRDMagazine and listen to the THIIRD Waves podcast Sign up to the On The Outside newsletter to keep up to date between episodesYou can become a cheerleader of On The Outside on Patreon.RESOURCES MENTIONED:Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer Cuba and the Cameraman on Netflix See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the final episode of Season One, On The Outside producer Francesca Turauskis is joined at Kendal Mountain Festival by Kirsty Pallas of Our Shared Outdoors and Soraya Abdel-Hadi from All The Elements. They discuss the 2021 festival, talk about their best bits, diversity at the festival, expectations versus reality and why they've not been to the festival before.Plus we hear thoughts from listeners, panellists and speakers who were at the festival, including:@frit_tam@iona.adventuring@kellysmith.onthego@summit.special@emily.husky@publicrightsofwayexplorer@roxannagbaz@adventuregirl81@wheelsandwordsREAD THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE CALL TO ACTION:VOTE NOW for On The Outside to be a Pod Bible Poll Winner! Sign up to the newsletter to keep up to date between episodesYou can join the crew on Patreon. Main story:Catch up on Kendal Mountain FestivalThey/Them Trailer | One Climber's Story The They/Them panel at Kendal Mountain Festival were Eden Elgeti @thetransgenderswimmer, Cam Procter @camprocter, Kelly Smith (Smith), and Frit Tam.CREDITS for the episode:The panel today was Francesca Turauskis, Soraya Abdel-Hadi and Kirsty Pallas Produced and edited by Francesca Turauskis Artwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie Dewar See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Topics covered include Patagonia's new climbing film, outdoor clothing and an ultra cycling scholarship. Francesca Turauskis is joined by Outside: Our Way creator Ani Patas, Passion Fruit Pictures founder Frit Tam, and endurance cyclist and creator of The Adventure Shed Vedangi Kulkarni. READ THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE CTA:- Check out Outside: Our Way - Donate to Glide For Pride and kindly ask for people's pronouns- Watch the video from Cycling UK about how to wild camp staring V!- Share On The Outside in your NEXT social media post @OnTheOutsidePodJOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:The panel today was Ani Patas, Frit Tam and Vedangi Kulkarni  Produced by Francesca Turauskis Editing and Transcript by Jack O’DriscollArtwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie Dewar Special thanks to our Patreon Support Crew - Wild For Scotland and Charlie’s Supply Shop. You can join the crew on Patreon.  ARTICLE LINKS:They/Them:They/Them Trailer | One Climber's Story Clothing:People are climbing Snowdon 'dressed for the supermarket' Best UK mountains and peaks to climb for beginners15 Mountains You Should Climb in the UK   Cycling scholarship:Ultra Distance ScholarshipIn Other NewsKirsty's Tough Girl on PodcastCommunity service cleaning canalsThe LGBTQIA+ Challenges In CyclingFirst person to run all of Wales' mountains https://www.itv.com/news/wales/2021-10-06/time-for-a-rest-first-person-ever-runs-over-all-of-wales-189-mountainsGyAkQcQQmAz8TxPWLsWK See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Topics covered include being climate conscious as outdoor enthusiasts; using public transport for eco purposes; the new Kernow Way cycling trail in Cornwall; and the #WeTWo polar expedition with Dwayne Fields and Phoebe Smith.Francesca Turauskis is joined by Outside: Our Way creator Ani Patas, Black Girls Hike regional leader Oge Ejizu and endurance cyclist and creator of The Adventure Shed Vedangi Kulkarni.READ THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE CTA:- Think of one new climate conscious action you can do today- Visit the #WeTwo webpage at teamwetwo.com- Give a bike hire scheme a try to see if you DO like cycling!JOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:The panel today was Ani Patas, Oge Ejizu and Vedangi Kulkarni Produced by Francesca Turauskis Editing and Transcript by Jack O’DriscollArtwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie Dewar Special thanks to our Patreon Support Crew - Wild For Scotland and Charlie’s Supply Shop. You can join the crew on Patreon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Francesca Turauskis is joined by Outside: Our Way creator Ani Patas, Founder of Our Shared Outdoors Kirsty Pallas and endurance cyclist and creator of The Adventure Shed Vedangi Kulkarni.Topics covered include Afghanistan’s outdoors connections and how we can support as a community; gender disparity in mountain sports and initiatives to help; reactions to big numbers of people enjoying the outdoors, and path erosion.READ THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE CTA:NEWS: Outdoor Organisations in Afghanistan - How You Can HelpAdventureSmartUK | Be Adventure Smart: make your good day betterUntamed Borders FundJOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:The panel today was Ani Patas, Kirsty Pallas, and Vedangi Kulkarni Produced by Francesca Turauskis Editing and Transcript by Jack O’DriscollArtwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie Dewar Special thanks to our Patreon Support Crew - Wild For Scotland and Charlie’s Supply Shop. You can join the crew on Patreon. Full shownotes and links to all the articles mentioned are available on our website ontheoutsidpodcast.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, host Francesca Turauskis is joined by All The Elements Founder Soraya Abdel-Hadi, Black Girls Hike London Leader Oge Ejizu and Outside Our Way creator Ani Patas.Topics covered include the responses from the outdoors community (both individuals and groups) after a racist stunt on Ben Nevis; whether horses should be used in outdoors and competitive sports following controversies at the Olympics; and our opinions on outdoors festivals.READ THE FULL TRANSCRIPT HERE INDIVIDUALS MENTIONED:Haroon Mota Zahara Outdoors with Rehna Amira Jonathon Acott THE ALL THE ELEMENTS DIRECTORY:All of the groups mentioned by Oge, plus many more, can be found on the All The Elements website: alltheelements.co/directory JOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletter Email us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com CREDITS:The panel today was Oge Ejizu, Soraya Abdel-Hadi and Ani Patas Produced by Francesca Turauskis Editing and Transcript by Jack O’DriscollArtwork by Sophie Nolan Music is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSocial Media by Frankie DewarSpecial thanks to our Patreon Support Crew - Wild For Scotland and Charlie’s Supply Shop. You can join the crew on Patreon. Read the full shownotes, including links to the articles mentioned, on out website ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This pilot episode of On The Outside features Black Girls Hike London Leader Oge Ejizu, handcyclist Neil Russell and LGBQTA swim group leader Eden Elgeti.We talk about the new adventure sports in the Olympics, Becky Meyers having to withdraw from the Paralympics, and controversies around the length of women’s shorts and the Soul Cap for afro hair. We also talk about water safety following 31 deaths in water in the last month, Southern Water dumping sewage in the seas, and how adaptive wheelchairs can help people access beaches.JOIN THE CONVERSATION:Sign up to the newsletterEmail us your thoughts and stories ontheoutsidepod@gmail.comYou can read a transcript and the full shownotes, including links to the stories and articles we talk about in the episode, on our website, ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk.CREDITS:The panel today was Eden Elgeti, Neil Russell and Oge EjizuProduced by Francesca TurauskisEditing and Transcript by Jack O’Driscoll CorbettArtwork is by Sophie NolanMusic is Bassbeat by Alex NortonSpecial thanks to Sarah Myles from Rise ad Shine, Imriel Morgan from Content Is Queen, Laura Blake, Adam Richardson of Pod Bible and our Patreon Support Crew - Wild For Scotland and Charlie’s Supply Shop. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We need to talk about the outdoors. Not just the epic stories, but the important news, the big events and the social issues that permeate the whole of the outdoors.Welcome to On The Outside: the podcast sharing diverse views on outdoors news.This show is for anyone who spends their time outdoors in the UK and wants to engage in the wider outdoor community. Each episode, a diverse panel of enthusiasts and experts from a range of outdoors sports discuss the news stories that matter to them. We'll look at everything from specific sports news, to headline stories about our countryside and environment, and the viral posts that capture outdoors culture - all in a jargon and judgement free way!If you want to hear about the important news, the big events and the social issues that permeate the whole of the UK outdoors, you're in the right place. Sign up to our newsletter at ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk and join the conversation by sending your news to us at ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com.A full transcript is available on our website. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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