Outside Podcast

Outside's longstanding literary storytelling tradition comes to life in audio with features that will entertain, inspire, 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. We have since added three additional series, The Outside Interview, which has editor Christopher Keyes interrogating the biggest figures in sports, adventure, and politics, Dispatches, a diverse range of stories on newsworthy topics, and Sweat Science, which explores the outer limits of athletic performance.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 33m. Bisher sind 105 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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Why a Walk in the Woods Cures the Blues


Ecologist Chris Morgan always sensed that nature had healing power. But it wasn’t until he investigated the science behind forest bathing that he really understood why.


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Science of Survival: Snakebit, Part 2


For the last 19 years, Tim Friede, a truck mechanic from Wisconsin, has endured more than 200 snakebites and 700 injections of lethal snake venom—all part of a masochistic quest to immunize his body and offer his blood to scientists seeking a universal antivenom. For nearly two decades, few took him seriously. Then a gifted young immunologist stumbled upon Friede on YouTube—and became convinced that he was the key to conquering snakebites forever.


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   45m
 
 

The Radically Simple Digital Diet We All Need


Cal Newport, author of Digital Minimalism, explains how we need to reimagine our relationship with technology


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   37m
 
 

Science of Survival: Snakebit, Part 1


When Kyle Dickman set out on a spring road trip with his wife and infant son, he was fueled by a carefree sense of adventure that had defined his life. Then he got bit by a rattlesnake in a remote part of Yosemite National Park. The harrowing event changed his entire outlook on the world. Now he’s on a quest to understand the toxins that nearly killed him—and trying to come to terms with a world where everything slithers.


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Dispatches: Buried Treasure and Duct Tape


So you just found a buried treasure. Hooray! But wait, what do you do next? Are other treasure hunters going to stalk you day and night? Are you going to have to pay taxes on your new riches? How do you turn gold and jewels into usable money anyway?


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 2019-05-15  39m
 
 

Dispatches: Bob Ross’s Strategies for Survival


Bob Ross is one of the most beloved painters of his generation, and he focused almost exclusively on the outdoors. Depicting the “happy trees” and “friendly mountains” of Alaska and the greater western US for his TV show, The Joy of Painting,


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 2019-05-07  22m
 
 

Sweat Science: The Keto Conundrum


The ketogenic diet, a.k.a. “cutting carbs,” is all the rage in the fitness world. But is it better for you than any other kind of diet? And does it actually make athletes stronger or faster? These questions have been debated for hundreds of years,


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 2019-04-30  38m
 
 

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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 2019-04-16  41m
 
 

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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 2019-04-02  30m
 
 

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