On The Outside

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. On The Outside is for everyone who spends their leisure time outdoors in the UK. It helps you engage in the wider outdoor community through the conversations of our diverse panel. We are enthusiasts and experts from a range of outdoors activities, and we're talking about the news stories that matter to us - from specific sports news, to headline stories about our countryside, and the viral posts that capture outdoors culture - all in a jargon and judgement free way! On The Outside is part of the Tremula Network.

https://www.tremula.network/podcasts

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 33m. Bisher sind 36 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 3 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 19 hours 32 minutes

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episode 35: Podcasts, outdoors and interviewing as an ally (with Rob Darfi from The Outdoors Adventure Podcast)


This episode was inspired by the idea of 'interviewing as an ally'.

Robert Darfi is another podcasters who describes himself as the "least diverse person around," and in the episode, Fran flips the microphone on him to explore how podcasts can be a powerful tool for activism...

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 December 24, 2023  34m
 
 

episode 34: BONUS: More thoughts on the UCI trans policy (and Outdoor News Round-up)


In the latest episode of the On the Outside podcast, Fran shares some feedback from listeners on the previous episode about the UCI Cycling World Championships, including a trans woman cyclist who is affected by the UCI's trans policy...


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 September 20, 2023  19m
 
 

episode 33: UCI Cycling World Champs 2023 - access, inclusion, action and more!


We are back with an exciting panel discussion, and Fran is learning all about the Cycling World Championships that took place in Scotland in August...


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 September 5, 2023  55m
 
 

episode 32: Outdoor news round-up: From conservation projects to being saved from bears, running in heels and a brave three-peaks challenge


????️ We have an exciting guest for this latest edition of the On The Outside news round-up ???? This week, Tremula Network has been host to an intern from Arts Emergency,  a charity helping young people get a fair start in the arts and humanities, and we've been showing her what goes into making a minisode for On The Outside!

"Hey! I'm Nia Johal, a half-Indian, half-Welsh actress from London...


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 August 25, 2023  10m
 
 

episode 31: Outdoor news round-up: 2023 Cycling World Championships start, swimming in plastic and Black Girls Hike team up with DofE


Fran is back with a round-up of some news stories that have caught her eye recently!

Featuring: 

- The Cycling World Championships in Scotland
- South Asian Heritage Month outdoors
- Protect Our Winters report on climate change affecting cycling
- Black Girls Hike link up with DofE
- Black Tri Tribe Triathlon

And more!

Sign up to the newsletter to find links to all the stories mentioned, extra resources, information about future episodes and...


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 August 5, 2023  13m
 
 

episode 30: Reflections on TWO YEARS of On The Outside (with Anesu Matanda-Mambingo and Francesca Turauskis)


We're celebrating 2 Years of On the Outside Podcast!

And we can't believe how far we've come since our launch back in 2021! To mark this special milestone,  social media assistant Anesu Matanda-Mambingo is speaking to Producer Francesca Turauskis about how On The Outside came to be, what lessons she has learned, favourite moments and where the show may go in the future.

Thank you for joining us on this incredible journey...


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 July 15, 2023  31m
 
 

episode 29: Outdoor news round-up: A campaign to protect our seas, Women In Mountain Training webinars and a new Munro record (with Oge Ejizu)


Oge, your friendly neighbourhood hiking girl has been a part of OTO for a while. She loves the outdoors and hiking specifically, when not finding a mountain or hill to climb, she's learning how to swim and spending time with her family. She's also part of an amazing hiking group called Black Girls Hike and has a TedX talk about hiking and the importance of community groups...


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 July 10, 2023  9m
 
 

episode 28: Outdoor news round-up: Black To The Trails 2024, Wave Wahines' Summer Slide and the biggest UK wildfire on record...


Fran is back with a round-up of some news stories that have caught her eye recently!

Sign up to the newsletter to find links to all the stories mentioned, extra resources, information about future episodes and more! ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk/newsletter

Share you opinions with us by emailing ontheoutsidepod@gmail.com you can send a DM on Instagram @OnTheOutsidePod, and you can send a voicenote or message via Whatsapp to 07883905336...


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 June 10, 2023  10m
 
 

episode 27: From activewear hijabs to peeing outdoors - why DO we need specialist outdoor equipment?


In this episode, our guest host Kathi Kamleitner speaks to Zahrah Mahmood and Ani Barber about specialist, accessible and inclusive outdoor equipment, starting with a look at the activewear hijab that Zahrah has created with Berghaus. We also talk about the risk of misappropriating an item of religious outdoor equipment, other types of specialist equipment including items to help people pee, toddler carriers for hiking, helpful clothing for difficulties with motor-skills and sun protection...


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 May 25, 2023  55m
 
 

episode 26: Outdoor news round-up: From the biggest ever trespass in Kinder Reservoir to Welsh National Park name changes (with Anesu Matanda Mambingo)


This month's minsode news round-up comes from the newest member of the On The Outside team.  In addition to our amazing panellists, there are a lot of people working behind the scenes to help make the podcast what it is, and we’re excited to be welcoming Anesu Matanda Mambingo (She/Her). Anesu has been supporting behind the scenes with all things social media for a few weeks, and in this minisode she's also sharing some stories that have caught HER eye...


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 May 5, 2023  9m