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Mike King is a professional forager and founder of Finders Eaters. He's on a mission to discover the unique and unusual flavours of New Zealand's native plants. Some of his discoveries will open your mind to a new world of edible goodness that's all around us. If you are interested in learning more about edible plants that you can find in the bush,…
 
Eleanor Arnst and Katie Wright are two New Zealand based ultra running legends. Having recently completed the first known non-stop traverse of the Ruahine Range they speak to Andy about all things ultra, FKT and other extreme exploits. //EPISODE EXTRAS// Katie's Instagram Eleanor's Instagram This episode of The Wild Podcast is brought to you by Wat…
 
In this breaking news episode we speak to an anonymous Conversation Board member about the Department of Conservation's Options Development Group. We talk about the group's controversial leaked draft recommendations and the potential implications for New Zealand's environment and native species. The Options Development Group was established in late…
 
In 1998 Alistair Matthew found himself with a bike high up in the Bolivian Andes. He explored the mountains surrounding La Paz and found a ride he knew people would love - The World’s Most Dangerous Road. He found a couple more bikes and offered the ride to anyone who would listen, and soon enough it became the bike ride to do in South America. In …
 
Ray is a tramper, photographer and graphic designer based in Nelson, New Zealand. His relatives were the first europeans to find and explore the Tableland area behind Mt Arthur in what is now Kahurangi National Park. After years of researching and photographing he released the book Tableland - The History Behind Mt Arthur. Andy chatted to him about…
 
Nathan Dahlberg is a mountaineer, explorer and former professional mountain biker. In this episode Nathan talks about what it's like to ride in the Tour De France and his latest adventures in Pakistan and China. Opting for the ultra simple and ultra practical approach to mountaineering, Nathan runs us through adventuring in some of the worlds most …
 
Robert Mads Andreson is a mountaineer, author and former managing director in the advertising industry. In this episode we talk to Robert about his latest book Nine Lives which details his adventures on Mt Everest. The beautifully written book features a foreword from Peter Hillary and talks about his nine lives on the tallest mountain in the world…
 
Dick Vietch is one of New Zealand’s conservation icons. In this episode Andy and Dick chat about everything from saving the South Island Saddleback from extinction on Big South Cape Island in 1964, discovering a new species of bird on Campbell Island through to helping eradicate cats off Hauturu / Little Barrier Island in the 1970's. They also disc…
 
Dave Shaw is the founder, creator and cameraman behind The Hunters Club TV show and he's just released a new book called 'Off the Beaten Track: Hunting Tales from the New Zealand Backcountry'. In this episode, Andy talks with Dave about his background in zoology, the origin of The Hunters Club TV show, his new book, and, of course, all things hunti…
 
David Cary is the founder of Empty Packs, a new brand of ultra-light tramping packs custom-made in a shed in Te Anau, New Zealand. David's story is similar to many of the great outdoor brands of today. Patagonia started with Yvon Chouinard creating hand-forged mountain climbing gear in the 1950s. Macpac started with Bruce McIntyre making backpacks …
 
Alec Milne is a conservationist and amateur ornithologist (a person who studies birds). He's is a member of Friends of Cobb, a conservation group that does pest control and trapping in the Cobb Valley in Kahurangi National Park - one of the most geologically diverse places in New Zealand. Friends of the Cobb has been achieving amazing results in th…
 
In this special Election 2020 episode of The Wild Podcast, we asked the five political parties that are currently sitting in parliament - Labour, National, The Green Party, ACT, and NZ First - the same five questions so we could get an idea of who they are, what they stand for, and why we should vote for them or not. The only party that didn't resp…
 
The Whanganui River in New Zealand is the first river in the world to be granted the status of a legal person. But what does that really mean? In this episode, Andy talks with Jonny about the short documentary he produced on the Whanganui River, called Ko Au Te Awa (I Am The River). The film explores the concept of legal personhood from a Māori wor…
 
Levi Harrison is a modern day hunter-gatherer who lives in a tipi in the forest somewhere at the Top of the South Island of New Zealand. After living most of his life in a big city, Levi felt the call of the wild and decided to unplug himself from society. Levi hunts, fishes and forages for 90 per cent of his food, he bathes in a stream, and experi…
 
Gavin Lang is a New Zealand mountain guide and photographer who combines self-development with nature and adventure to help people overcome the mountains within themselves. In this episode, Jonny talks with Gavin about how he developed a passion for mountaineering, despite growing up in Ireland where the highest mountain is about 1000m. They also t…
 
Dylan van Winkel is a renowned Kiwi wildlife ecologist and herpetologist, which means he studies reptiles and amphibians like lizards and frogs. He literally wrote the book on reptiles and amphibians in New Zealand. In this episode, Andy talks with Dylan about how his interest in lizards from a young age developed into a life devoted to research an…
 
Crystal Brindle is a nature photographer, a community ranger at the Department of Conservation in New Zealand, and a keen adventurer. She grew up in the United States where she worked for the National Park Service (following in her parents' footsteps) before moving to New Zealand. A talented landscape photographer, Crystal uses her creativity to tr…
 
Kate Uwins aka Naked Kate is a skinny dipping enthusiast and a body positivity advocate who's working on New Zealand's first guidebook for skinny dipping, called Newd Zealand. To most people, skinny dipping is simply swimming in the nude. But in this episode, Kate shares her personal story of how skinny dipping has given her more confidence and hel…
 
Billy Stairmind is a record-holding 7x New Zealand surfing champion, future Olympian, and a competitor on the World Qualifying Series. Growing up in Raglan, the surfing capital of New Zealand, Billy got introduced to the ocean at a young age. Since turning pro, he's won seven New Zealand titles and recently qualified for the 2020 Olympic Games, whi…
 
Geoff Reid is a passionate environmentalist, talented photographer and reluctant social media influencer from New Zealand. He uses activism and storytelling to campaign for fresh water, healthy marine reserves, protecting forests and to help deepen environmental awareness and the need for biodiversity restoration. In this episode we talk about ever…
 
Amber and Serena Shine are The Wild Twins and they well and truly live up to their name. They hunt, fish, dive, hike, climb, snowboard, skydive... They've climbed Mount Cook, attempted Denali, completed the world's highest marathon in the Himalayas on a day's notice and, most recently, they became New Zealand's first contestants on the survival TV …
 
Chloe Phillips-Harris is a New Zealand explorer and expedition leader. The unique thing about Chloe is that her adventures around the world almost always involve animals. She completed the world's most gruelling horse race, The Mongol Derby, leads expeditions across the Gobi Desert on camels in temperatures below -40 degrees Celsius, and she's spen…
 
Philip Temple is a living legend and one of New Zealand's great explorers. He made the first ascent of the Carstensz Pyramide in West New Guinea (now known as Papua) back in 1962, which has come to be regarded as the technically most difficult of the 'Seven Summits of the Seven Continents'. During his exploration of the island, Philip was among the…
 
Guy Cotter is one of New Zealand's most accomplished mountaineers, having summited Mount Everest five times and led many other expeditions on the world's highest mountain. He has completed a long list of first ascents on some of the world's most impressive peaks. As CEO of Adventure Consultants, a mountain guiding company, he has helped countless n…
 
Sam Smoothy is a New Zealand professional freeride skier and filmmaker who pushes the limits of what's possible on some of the world's most threatening mountains. Sam competed on the Freeride World Tour for close to a decade before deciding to focus on making epic ski films. In this episode, we talk about Sam's backstory and how he was thrust into …
 
Josh James the Kiwi Bushman has forged a career hunting, trapping and fishing all over the world. From humble beginnings as a raft guide and possum trapper Josh has built an audience that eagerly follows his exploits on social media and patreon. We talk about how Josh got started, staying sane during the nationwide lockdown and whats next for the K…
 
Marco de Kretser is a 19-year-old music producer, photographer, environmental science student and adventurer. In March 2019, he went on an expedition to Antarctica as an Antarctic Heritage Trust Inspiring Explorer. Marco's idea was to record the natural sounds of Antarctica and transform them into music. The result is his epic electronic track, The…
 
Elina Osborne is a New Zealand filmmaker who hiked 4270 kilometres from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail over 4.5 incredible months. The PCT was her first thru-hike. She did it to prove to herself what she was capable of and push beyond her personal limitations. The PCT was a life-affirming experience for her and, luckily for us, she doc…
 
Canyoning is one of the world's fastest growing adventure sports, and Dan Clearwater is one of New Zealand's true canyoning pioneers. Dan literally wrote the book on canyoning in New Zealand, as well as founding the New Zealand Canyoning Association. Canyoning is a bit of a catch-all adventure sport, combining aspects of hiking, climbing, caving, a…
 
Lisa Tamati is arguably New Zealand's most well known ultra runner, clocking up over 70,000km, racing everywhere from the Himalayas to the Outback of Australia. In addition to ultra running Lisa runs a successful coaching business, a podcast (Pushing The Limits) and has authored 3 books. In this episode we talk about her path to becoming an ultra r…
 
Mat Goodman is pretty much the David Attenborough of New Zealand (our words, not his), except he's behind the camera not in front of it. He's been all over the world making wildlife documentaries, having intimate encounters with lions and tigers and bears - and a whole lot more. The latest project he worked on is a documentary series for the BBC ca…
 
Isobel Ewing is a New Zealand journalist and all-round adventurer, who recently cycled part of The Silk Road with her brother, Jack. It was a 2500-kilometre, 49-day journey along the ancient trade route in Central Asia, made famous by medieval explorer, Marco Polo. Isobel was feeling burnt out from the 9-5 grind and wanted a journey that presented …
 
Will Trubridge is a 7x world champion freediver from New Zealand who has 18 world records to his name, including the record for the deepest unassisted free dive (102 metres). He's an incredible athlete who's redefining what the human body is capable of. He's also spent a lot of time exploring the nature of the human mind. This episode gets deep - p…
 
Ben Paris aka New Zealand Batman is a real life conservation superhero. By day he works at Auckland Zoo, but come night he is New Zealand's greatest champion for our only native land mammals. Bats are one of New Zealand's most fascinating creatures and there's still so much we don't know about them. It doesn't help that they're tiny and only come o…
 
Shaun Barnett is an outdoors author, editor and photographer. Based in Wellington, he has written over 900 articles for major magazines and newspapers, along with eight books, including his most recent book Day Walks in New Zealand. Andy caught up with Shaun for a discussion on wilderness culture, social media's effect on wild places and the simple…
 
Lydia is one of New Zealand's great mountaineers and climbers. She's the first woman to summit Mount Everest without oxygen, back in the 1988. She's since gone on to climb Everest another four times. She also completed the first female ascents of several climbing walls in California's Yosemite National Park, recently popularised in the award-winnin…
 
Richard Johnson epitomises what it means to be an adventurer. He sets his sights on epic feats all around the world and goes to extraordinary lengths to achieve them. In this episode, Andy talks to Richard about a few of his adventure highlights, including trekking across the Gobi Desert with the help of a few camels, and completing the first ever …
 
Ben Brown is considered a New Zealand whitewater legend. He's completed at least nine first descents of rivers or rapids in nine different countries. He became the first Kiwi to be given a Red Bull helmet, which is akin to being knighted in the world of extreme sports. And now he's started his own TV show, Built to Fish TV, which is gaining a huge …
 
This episode is a bit different in that we (Andy and Jonny) decided to chat to one another about why we started the podcast, some of our own adventure stories, and a bit about our personal lives. It might sound like a bit of a cop out, but it's actually something we've been meaning to do for a while now. We thought it would be cool to let you all k…
 
What happens when tragedy strikes in the outdoors? It's a possibility we all have to reckon with when we head out on an adventure. But few of us ever experience it. In this special episode, New Zealand caver and explorer Kieran Mckay opens up about one of his darkest days. On May 20, 1995, Kieran and his friend Dave Weaver performed a deep cave div…
 
What happens when trampers disappear without a trace? Naomi Arnold is a journalist and writer based in Nelson, New Zealand, who has covered several high profile missing tramper cases. We talk about one of New Zealand's most puzzling cases - the disappearance of German tourist Christian Prehn in Nelson Lakes National Park. A keen hiker herself, Naom…
 
Brando 'Wildboy' Yelavich is back, this time from "the middle of nowhere" at the half-way point of Expedition Dust, his epic 5000km bicycle adventure through outback Australia. The last time Brando was on the show (Episode #7), we said it would be cool to catch up during his journey. Despite questionable internet access, we managed to make it happe…
 
Warren Bates is a former world champion adventurer racer and the co-founder and event director of GODZone, the world's largest expedition adventure race held in New Zealand every year. In this episode, we attempt to define exactly what adventure racing is and go into Warren's personal story from investment banker to adventure racer. We also talk ab…
 
Dr Mike Joy is an award-winning freshwater ecologist. He's one of the few scientists in New Zealand who is outspoken on environmental issues, particularly the impact of agriculture on freshwater. In this episode, we talk about the problems with New Zealand's 'clean, green, 100% pure' image, the true state of New Zealand's freshwater, the potential …
 
Robert Bruce is the founder of Got To Get Out, a social enterprise adventure group that aims to get more people into the outdoors, and a 2019 New Zealander of the Year semi-finalist. Over the past five years, Got To Get Out has grown into a thriving outdoors community, taking thousands of people on trips all across New Zealand. Robert's a rather un…
 
Miriam Lancewood is a true wild woman. She and her partner Peter left civilisation behind in 2010 and went to live in the wilderness in New Zealand. She learned to hunt for their feed and experienced a complete lifestyle transformation as she adapted to a world away from technology, traffic, and convenience. In this episode, we talk all about her l…
 
Craig Potton is New Zealand's best known landscape photographer and an ardent conservationist. In 2013, he received the Insignia of a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to photography and conservation over the past 35 years. In this episode Andy sits down with Craig in person to talk about how Craig got started in photography…
 
Brando 'Wildboy' Yelavich is an explorer and the first person to circumnavigate the coastline of New Zealand on foot. He's also spent 35 days alone on Stewart Island, traversed the Greenland icecap, and circumnavigated Vancouver Island in a kayak with his partner, Ngaio. Brando is always pushing the limits of adventure and has just announced his ne…
 
Kieran Mckay is one of New Zealand's greatest living explorers. He's at the forefront of caving in New Zealand and has been involved in many of the country's most important underground discoveries in recent history. He's also an experienced outdoor instructor and Search and Rescue volunteer. In this episode, we talk all things caving, overcoming se…
 
In this episode we chat with explorer, adventurer and outdoors educator Dulkara Martig. We talk about travelling the world as a nomad, her epic traverse of the Southern Alps in New Zealand, gourmet cooking in the outdoors (think pizza and chocolate cake), her love of pack rafting, and the links between spending time in the wild and mental wellbeing…
 
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