Outside Podcast

Outside's longstanding literary storytelling tradition comes to life in audio with exclusive features that will both entertain and inform listeners. We launched in March 2016 with our first series, Science of Survival, which was developed in partnership with PRX, distributors of the idolized This American Life and The Moth Radio Hour, among others. The series is produced with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and its commitment to storytelling around STEM issues. We have since launched two additional series, The Outside Interview, which has editor Christopher Keyes interrogating the biggest figures in sports, adventure, and politics, and Dispatches, a diverse range of stories on newsworthy topics.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 98 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein zweiwöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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The Outside Interview: Bill McKibben on the End of Nature


No one has done more to sound the alarm about climate change than writer and activist Bill McKibben. He’s been doing it since 1989, when he wrote his first big scary book on the topic, The End of Nature. Thirty years later, he’s still at it,


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Dispatches: Can You Outrun Anxiety?


In 2008, Katie Arnold was hiking a trail near her home in Santa Fe with her baby daughter strapped to her chest when a man attacked her with a rock. Two years later, Arnold’s father died shortly after being diagnosed with cancer.


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The Outside Interview: Steven Rinella Wants Hunters and Hikers to Hold Hands


As the host and creator of the MeatEater podcast and Netflix series of the same name, Steven Rinella spends a lot of time talking about hunting, fishing, and cooking. He is a proud voice in what’s often called the hook-and-bullet crowd.


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 2019-03-19  30m
 
 

Dispatches: Sports Recovery Secrets from Scientists


Recovery is the new frontier of athletic performance. The quicker you recuperate, the more you can train, and pro athletes across sports have been revitalizing their careers by taking time off. Now a wave of new recovery technologies are being pitched ...


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 2019-03-05  39m
 
 

The Outside Interview: Mindfulness for Peak Performance


Every day there’s more research showing the benefits of mindfulness. It reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, boosts the immune system, and may even slow the aging process. What we’re only starting to figure out, however,


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 2019-02-20  32m
 
 

Dispatches: The Mountain Bikers Fighting New Trails


Since the sport’s early days in the seventies, mountain bikers have carved illicit trails on public and private land. Pioneering riders create winding singletrack in their favorite nearby hills, then carefully share the location with only a handful of ...


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 2019-02-12  34m
 
 

Dispatches: Bianca Valenti’s Big-Wave Mission


Over the past year, professional surfing has undergone a remarkable and very unexpected evolution. Beginning in 2019, the World Surf League is offering equal prize money to men and women at all of its events,


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 2019-02-05  27m
 
 

The Outside Interview: Using Pain to Reach Your Potential


Former Navy SEAL David Goggins has spent the past two decades exploring the outer limits of human performance, both in the armed forces and as an endurance athlete with more than 60 ultras under his belt. But what makes Goggins truly unique is the hard...


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 2019-01-22  36m
 
 

Sweat Science: The 3100-Mile Run Around the Block


There are a lot of really tough endurance races out there, but perhaps none are harder—both mentally and physically—than the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race in Queens, New York. The whole thing takes place on a single city block,


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 2019-01-08  38m
 
 

Dispatches: Can We Please Kill Off Crutches? 


Almost everyone who’s used underarm crutches agrees: they are terrible. They’re hard on your wrists, they cause falls, they cause nerve damage. This is why almost every country in the world has abandoned them. Except the U.S.,


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 2018-12-19  34m