Kind: Listens

Tonic Immobility

Listened https://www.nationalgeographic.com/podcasts/article/bonus-episode-the-secret-culture-of-killer-whales from National Geographic

Photographer Brian Skerry swims with killer whales and discovers these apex predators have unique cultures that aren’t that different from our own.

Overheard at NatGeo recently produced a great podcast on Orcas and I learnt about Tonic Immobility. Shasta was watching Octonauts and guess which episode she ends up watching? – The one in which they talk about TI. Now that’s some coincidence!  

The Air and the Sea and the Land

Listened The Air and the Sea and the Land from The Memory Palace

A note on notes: We’d much rather you just went into each episode of The Memory Palace cold. And just let the story take you where it well. So, we don’t…

Another brilliant piece from Nate DiMeo. Close to 70 years now and sadly there’s still so much to fight for to get to a level field!

The Drowning Machine

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I’ve always been fascinated by water and the raw power that nature subtly dissolves in it. Having recently procured a Kayak and with plans to use it to the most this summer, this brilliant short from the Dirtbag Diaries couldn’t be more timely! Podcast: The Dirtbag Diaries: The Shorts–The Drowning Machine “I was disoriented beneath…

The Elwha River

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A few weeks back I heard Outside/In’s Powerline podcast – A four part series on Hydro-Quebec and the Northern Pass. For the longest time I’ve only heard all good about Hydro electricity. This series helped dissect the effects of such projects through various angles and brought up some pretty interesting facts. One of those must-listen-to…