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August 11, 2020
Heath Joske is a waterman committed to regenerating his homelands. In one of the driest parts of one of the driest continents on Earth, Heath has committed to rehabilitating his large coastal acreage that was stripped bare by industrial agriculture....
August 4, 2020
Delve into one of surfing's new, ancient histories with surf explorer and author Nik Zanella's first-hand account of unravelling the ancient story of wave riding in dynastic China.Nik is the author of Children of the Tide and a former coach to the...
July 27, 2020
Emi Koch is a surfer and the 2018 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. More recently, she was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship for her work that explores social-ecological wellbeing in artisanal, Tropical-Majority fishing villages...
July 20, 2020
Live from the Waterpeople stage at The 2020 Byron Byron Surf Festival, 1993 World Champion Pauline Menczer, switch-foot wizard Raf Browne, Vanlife Diaries founder and musician Jonny Dustow, and writer Rosalie Bryant share personal tales of new...
July 13, 2020
Dr. Wallace 'J' Nichols is a marine biologist and author of Blue Mind, an interdisciplinary reimagining of the story of water and the vast cognitive, social, physical and spiritual benefits of being in, around, and under healthy water systems. His...
July 7, 2020
Legend of style, ease and ingenuity, Gerry Lopez, shares stories about growing up in Hawaii, the balance he found in the mountains, tube-riding mysticism, and one of the unsung sheros of surfing. Gerry pioneered deep tube riding at the Pipeline, acted...
June 30, 2020
Freshly back from an expedition to Antarctica, Alice shares her experience of the frozen ocean and talks us through the complex conversation, but simple solutions, found in her new publication, Micro Plastics, Massive Problem.Alice’s field work has...
June 16, 2020
What are the links between social justice and environmentalism? Leah Thomas is at the leading edge of Intersectional Environmentalism, a term she coined as a way to advocate for the protection of people and the planet simultaneously. Leah, a writer and...
May 24, 2020
Deconstruct strategies from the successful Fight for the Bight campaign with one of the movement's central voices, Sean Doherty, one of surfing's most celebrated storytellers. The campaign was a win not only for Australian marine life, livelihoods and...
May 19, 2020
Explore the cultivation of critical thinking, harnessing hope by localising climate change actionables, and the transformative power of the experiential with filmmaker Damon Gameau.
April 14, 2020
Helena Norberg-Hodge has experienced radical economic and cultural change before. In 1975, as a student of linguistics amongst the glacial melt of the Himalayas, Helena witnessed the rapid erosion of traditional culture that followed the introduction of...
December 27, 2019
Albe Falzon is one of surfing's great storytellers. His study of eastern spiritual traditions, and the wholistic commitment to a surfing life, have guided him through the inevitable tumult of human existence; through seasons of unthinkable loss, love, adventure, and solitude.
December 8, 2019
Liz Clark has sailed and surfed 25,000 nautical miles across and around the Pacific. Mostly solo.
November 20, 2019
Madison Stewart is the author of The Australian Guide to Surfing with Sharks and 2017’s Australian Geographic Society Young Conservationist of the Year
November 3, 2019
Jake Mackenzie shares a story of the spiritual awakening that led him back to the sea, after descending into "a vampire lifestyle" of addiction, hallucination and off-the-rails experimentation.
October 19, 2019
Hayley Talbot is the first person to solo kayak the great Clarence River (Boorimbah) from source to sea, a 400 kilometre voyage. She's a former competitive surfer and lawyer who found her home in fresh water.
October 2, 2019
Culture Shaper Derek Hynd talks far field theory, seeing magic in the mundane, how style has been made irrelevant in modern competitive surfing and the gender performance gap.
September 15, 2019
Zara was kidnapped and imprisoned by the Iranian government for her activism. The ocean helped her find a path toward belonging after fleeing her homeland.
September 1, 2019
Peter Whish-Wilson walked away from a big shot banking career in NYC to honor a deep responsibility to protect wild spaces and species. He's now a surfing senator for the great, wild Australian state of Tasmania. What do we do when we've made life choices that make us miserable? Listen as Peter Whish-Wilson shares about the moments that changed his life and livelihood, inspired by the freedom and connection surfing revealed for him. Peter speaks candidly about internalising the stress of negotiating high stakes political situations, the power of the surfer’s circle as a symbolism and activism, and the necessity of community in pursuing political change. @SenatorSurfer.....Listen with Lauren L. Hill & Dave Rastovich Sound Engineer: Shannon Sol Carroll Join the conversation: Waterpeoplepodcast.com@Waterpeoplepodcast 
August 15, 2019
Freesurfer Leah Dawson dares to ask: "What makes me feel most like myself ? and How is my surfing an extension of that self ?"
July 31, 2019
Professional risk taker Mark Healey speaks to the life and death situations that have shaped his career as a big wave surfer and free diver. He reminds us that without challenge, there is no growth.
July 19, 2019
Kimi Werner shares about losing love, reacting vs. responding to fear, wrestling with dissatisfaction and knowing your food.
July 17, 2019
In this episode Lauren L. Hill and Dave Rastovich elucidate the the 'whys' of making the podcast, reveal about their highlights from Season One, and welcome you to their watery world.
July 3, 2019
Kimi Werner shares about losing love, reacting vs. responding to fear, wrestling with dissatisfaction and knowing your food.
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