The Naturist Living Show presents topics related to naturism and discusses issues of interest to naturists. (nudism and nudists to some) The podcast is produced by Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park in Ontario, Canada.
A discussion of the reasons for the failure and closure of Glen Echo Family Nudist Park north of Toronto, Ontario and an interview with Stan Wortner of Sunny Glades which, because of the closure of Glen Echo, is the oldest, continuously operating,
An interview from July 2008 with France Guillain, the author of Le Bonheur d’être nu. Le Naturisme, un art de vivre. (The pleasure of being nude. Naturism, an art of living.) France has written many books on naturist health that have sold millions of c...
This episode features reader feedback on the previous show about clothing-optional policies, another song by the Naked Drummer & the Baileys Road Band, and a discussion on non-landed clubs: what are they and how to start one.
Episode VIII We discuss the many reasons why clothing-optional policies do not work in naturist clubs. Naturism wasn’t always so tolerant. In the beginning of the 20th century when naturism started, wearing clothes in a naturist club was not an option....
We interview Stephen Crowley author of Loxie & Zoot and The Bare Pit cartoons. The first story, Loxie & Zoot, was published as a book. He has since published 12 more stories (nearly 400 pages) on the web. Stephen’s cartoons very effectively depict of e...
In this episode, we discuss naturist fiction with Tom (T.H.) Pine who has authored many short stories and novels. In fact, he was an author before he became a naturist. Discovering naturism led him naturally to writing naturist fiction.
On November 27, 2008, the naturist world lost a leader when the founder of The Naturist Society, Lee Baxandall, passed away at the age of 73. This episode is dedicated to Lee’s legacy in the naturist world.
Nude Volleyball — it’s become a cliché of naturism. In this episode we talk with Peter Allison a long time player and the organizer of the Greater Toronto Naturist Volleyball Tournament at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park.
Naturist or Nudist? What is the difference? The answer appears to depend on who you are and where you live. We get the history of the terms from Mark Storey. Then Michel Vaïs gives us the current European perspective. Finally,
A discussion with Mark Storey the author of “Cinema au naturel, a history of nudist film.” (We apologize for the poor sound quality of Mark’s voice. Due to a technical problem, the recording is difficult to understand.) In this episode,