EP04 – Allison Cusick: Changing the data-gathering game through Citizen Science

April 12, 2019

    Allison Cusick is a wildly interesting ‘woman scientist’ and key member of the Polar Citizen Science Collective who spent 10 years as a research biologist before taking on PhD studies at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. In this episode, she shares how she turned her passion for science and travel into numerous opportunities to engage […]

EP02 – Johanna Davidsson: Skiing to the South Pole and kite-skiing back again (solo)

April 12, 2019

    Johanna Davidson is a Swedish adventurer and self-described ‘cheerful ski bum’ who has gone further than most humans in chasing her dreams of a life outdoors in extreme polar conditions, among them skiing alone across Antarctica to the South Pole and then kite-skiing back out to the coast. Listen as she recounts the […]

EP01 – Paul Hart: Crossing the Antarctic Peninsula by man-haul

April 9, 2019

  Paul Hart, former Army and Royal Navy officer, takes us along on the recounting of his incredible journey across the Antarctic Peninsula by man-haul, a feat that had never been done before. Leading a team of eight, we learn how the original well-planned route had to be abandoned due to inaccessibility, leaving Paul and […]