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Guide Alice: Podcast

Alice Manfield (1878-1960) was a walker, naturalist, mountain guide and early feminist figure. This post will interest Victorians with its plot based around Mt Buffalo in Victoria’s high country. The blog site “Riparian” has an excellent piece on guide Alice for your study

The ABC “history Listen” on RN offers a polished podcast.

A fascinating look backwards.

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Podcast: An Account of Everest

James Strofeldt is a surgeon and psychotherapist from Melbourne, Australia, and a climber for over thirty years. This twenty five minute interview was originally broadcast on RN’s blueprint for living segment “Lost and Found”. James articulates his deep connection to being outside and gives us an insight into the high altitude mountain climber. A great interview.

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Podcast: Walking a Pedestrian Pursuit

“Humans were made for walking. It is as natural to us as breathing. Yet we avoid it whenever and however we can.”

Michael Enwright. The Sunday Edition

This is a revisit of a 2013 recording about our humble pursuit. It’s a concise aggregation of historical topics as well the contemporary.

I commend this work to the Order of Walkers.

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Erling Kagge Walking One Step At A Time

Erling Kagge is an adventurer, philosopher and father. In 2019 he released his book “Walking: One step at a time” Brett Mackey at the Art of Manliness spends 45 minutes speaking with Erling talking about walking.

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Perfect Motion – Jono Lineen

Author Jono Lineen has recently released a new book entitled “Perfect Motion”. Core business for the Order of Walkers. He talks to Hilary Harper on Radio National about his pursuit.

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Mats Andren. A minimalist vagabond

Mats Andren, a practitioner of the Order of Walkers, keeps a careful and thoughtful log of his travels around the world. I commend to you his audio podcast series. He is walking from Stockholm to Sydney.

In particular I draw your attention to

Five Thoughts on Long Distance Walking | on Acast