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Imagine yourself seated in your favorite pub. A map lying out on the old wooden table. Whiskey liberally poured into your glass. Your guest places a finger on the map and begins “there I was …” These are true stories from expeditions and adventures as told by those who lived them. Hosted by Adventure Photo-Journalist Michael J. Reinhart.
 
David Innes and his captive, a member of the reptilian Mahar master race of the interior world of Pellucidar, return from the surface world in the Iron Mole invented by his friend and companion in adventure Abner Perry.Emerging in Pellucidar at an unknown location, David frees his captive. He names the place Greenwich and uses the technology he has brought to begin the systematic exploration and mapping of the unknown land while searching for his lost companions, Abner, Ghak, and Dian the Be ...
 
The F23 Podcast is a conversation based podcast with interesting, inspiring, inter-dimensional beings of wonder who have chosen a human form for this incarnation. In conversation with me Jamie Dodds (Pope Flag-dag the Brave) sharing their experiences, journeys, learning and un-learning from their off the map adventures through the counterculture.
 
Fandom Access, previously called Lost Causes is a discussion of not only the show "LOST," but other television shows and movies. We have a segment called "On the Fringe" for "Fringe," and weekly discussions of what's on tv. We have more planned that is on its way. Fandom Access has welcomed many guests to the show in the past including Andrea Gabriel, William Mapother, Alan Dale, Kenton Duty, and Mark Pellegrino (previously recorded), with many more guests planned in the future.
 
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PICTISH TRAIL is about to leave the Hebrides on a boat to the mainland, to host a weekend of Lost Map showcases… but not before he’s spilled all the juice on what’s to come for the label in 2022. Ahead of his headline peformance at the Edinburgh edition of our HUMBUG! weekender, CALLUM EASTER talks us through the making of his brand new album, Syst…
 
Welcome to E31 of the F23 Podcast feat Lou Hemmerman - In this podcast we discuss recovery from burnout and trauma tuning in to Lou's wonderful dedication to these healing needs through Buddhist principles. She utilises her skills and talents in this field for the Ulex project working with activist groups to build psycho-social resilience. She is a…
 
Bruce Barron is a professional expedition guide, explorer and photographer. Bruce began guiding backpacking and mountaineering trips at the age of 15, and has since led expeditions into remote areas in the Andes, Himalayas, Amazon rain forest and West Papua New Guinea. In this three-part series, Bruce recounts the experiences of a lifetime as a pro…
 
This week discussion hover around food in honor of Thanksgiving and the Pocket Podcast Potluck. Enter here for discussions of Thanksgiving's origins, weird ways to eat popcorn, and ice cream based conflicts. | Submit "facts" for us at https://www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by New Weirdos, check it out wherev…
 
Welcome to Episode 30 of the F23 Podcast Blame it on Blake Special. What's this all about you might well wonder, well I'll tell you. This podcast was recorded at the Northern Launch of the latest book by one of the greatest writers of our times, John Higgs. The event ran across and afternoon and evening with range of turns and performances that are…
 
PICTISH TRAIL has got so much to tell you about forthcoming album projects, and our newly announced HUMBUG! Christmas shows, but instead he’s decided to have an existential crisis about his lack of knowledge of the Incredible String Band back-catalogue. Bear with him, folks. HERBERT POWELL’s long-awaited debut LP, Here In My Scheme, Here It Ends is…
 
This week's discussion revolve around either animals, things dying, or weird things about animals dying (sort of). But also there is a good chunk of Animorphs discussion, and who doesn't love that? | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music for our show is "Never Far" by New Weirdos, find it wherever you get your music.…
 
This week we (and by that we mean Gabe) talk about old names for flirting. Our more normal facts include a Broadway themed record and how that cool cookie man really made a name for himself. | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by New Weirdos, find it everywhere you get your music.…
 
Alex Chionetti is a renowned South American explorer, film-maker and writer. He was awarded the Explorer's Medal from the Andean Explorer Foundation for his explorations in the Andes and Amazon jungles. Alex is best known for his expeditions to the cave of the Tayos. In this interview, Alex shares experiences from his expeditions and the fellow exp…
 
This week the boys debate on whether planes were made of women's underwear, the origin of our favorite lanky Italian plumber brother's name, and just how crazy an office party could get. | Submit facts for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by New WeirdosJohn, Gabe, and Chris
 
PICTISH TRAIL has survived another birthday, and says he feels like a different man - but if anything he sounds just as groggy and jaded as on the previous episode. Luckily there’s plenty of new music coming out on the label this month to keep his spirits up, including an exclusive live session from EMMA KUPA (of Standard Fare / Mammoth Penguins fa…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Harry Wheeler, dream worker and film maker, and Alan Creedon mindfulness teacher. The podcast was recorded round a campfire beneath the moon and stars, a special shoutout to Louis for recording us. A unique podcast recorded in the spring if this year I know you'll love our smokey fireside chat Follow me on twitter @Jim…
 
This week the boys debate on if straw hat faux pas was a really big deal back in the day, whether vantablack sensory deprivation is a big research topic, and how Moe's got its name. We really rag on Sbarro. | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by New Weirdos, find it wherever you get you…
 
This week on the show. we discuss a lot of food, most notably a possibility of sweet fries in some places and that everyones' favorite (?) canned sausage is actually from Mexico. Also Chris talks about which movie may have the most words or whatever. | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com ! | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far…
 
PICTISH TRAIL has survived both Green Man and Jupiter Rising festivals, and is here to tell you how good he was at them … before guiding your ears through this month’s releases on Lost Map Records - including a brand new single from himself. Unbelievable. MOLLY LINEN has frankly had enough of Glasgow (for the time being), and has made her way down …
 
This week Chris posits a true Olympic entertainment snafu, Gabe asks us to decide when the most famous anti-joke ever was written, and John talks about a...heavy island? Something like that. | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music. of our show is "Never Far" by James Hunter USA, now known as New Weirdos. Find it wher…
 
This week on Them's the Facts we talk about music for a long time including maybe how the Backyardigans are charting. Chris discusses how often the Heimlich is performed at the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. Gabe talks about drugs in soda. Chris makes an insane pop reference pull. | Submit facts for us at www.abolishunits.com | The Intro/outro mu…
 
Jim Davidson is a high altitude climber who has spent a life-time climbing peaks around the world. Raised in Massachusetts, he worked in the family business as an industrial painter of high-voltage electrical towers. Early on, the mountains called him. He moved to Colorado to attend college and to climb its big mountains. Jim earned a bachelors and…
 
Trying to get his head back into festival-mode, PICTISH TRAIL is here to guide your ears through this month’s releases on Lost Map Records - including the return single from post-punk surrealists BAS JAN, the debut solo material from Savage Mansion’s ANGUS JOHNSON, and some hypnotic chanting from JENNY MOORE’S MYSTIC BUSINESS. Laura and Bart give u…
 
We are back after a short break to talk about our normal nonsense. File this nonsense under mosquitos, bonobos, and weird island agreements. Everyone dunks on Chris. | Submit facts for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by James Hunter USA, now known as New Weirdos.…
 
In this interview, Wayne recounts his experiences exploring New Guinea, dying in the Amazon and the challenges of working in the South Pole. Wayne White is a throw back to the golden age of exploration. Reminiscent of Sir Richard Burton, his solo expeditions using only local support include travels through the jungles and swamps of New Guinea, the …
 
Peter Rowe is an award-winning adventure film maker and member of the Explorer’s club. He is best known for hit TV series “Angry Planet” which he filmed in thirty different countries on all seven continents. He has produced documentaries on locations in over forty countries. In this interview, Peter shares some of his exploits traveling the world f…
 
Hi there pals, PICTISH TRAIL is here to guide your ears through this month’s releases on Lost Map Records - including some exclusive tracks from CALLUM EASTER, and a brand new single from MOLLY LINEN. In today’s episode, we’re joined by Randolph’s Leap frontman ADAM ROSS, who talks us through his A.R. PINEWOOD project. Following the release of 2020…
 
We're back and as usual, this time we bring facts. This time we discuss the best email service ever, banning mimes, and fanart at the nation’s Capitol. Not as usual we talk about eels a lot. | Submit facts for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by James Hunter USA, now known as New Weirdos…
 
Welcome back to the podcast my podcast besty Brenton Clutterbuck, and why wouldn't you want to spend an hour in company of this plucky discordian writer, thinker and pranker? We discuss his love of french philosophies and the parallels that exist in Discordianism. I talk about a seminal teen experience on shrooms. get this little slice of disco joy…
 
Robert C. Robinson recounts his search for the truth behind the Bigfoot legends in the swamps of Florida and other wild places. He is a U.S. military veteran having served with the famous 82nd Airborne for 21 years as a military police officer. Drawing on his military and police skills, Robert researches the historical roots of the legend from Nati…
 
This week the boys discuss literary classics as well as how John Steinbeck is JFK, Rick Astley's classic song, and how crazy tissue paper seemed to Europeans. Once again our listeners have brought us a Pokemon "fact". | There is a little bit of mic dip on Gabe's end, apologies for that. | Submit "facts" for us at our website www.abolishunits.com | …
 
Welcome to E27 of the F23 Podcast in conversation with Jamie this week is his Hip-Hop brother Nana D a film maker, singer song writer, performer and lovely person. we talk about his involvement Xam bushman in South Africa and the film he made documenting their rediscovery of their heritage, their recovery from alcoholism and journey of empowerment …
 
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