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The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
 
Whether you’re a scuba addicted wannabe fish, an ocean-loving conservationist, or simply inquisitive about science and nature, the Scuba GOAT podcast is for you. Join dive pro, Matt Waters, as he takes a light-hearted dip into a variety of topics and hosts global game-changers, leading advocates of conservation, service providers and rising stars alike. Matt aims for the podcast to supply relevant scuba and oceanic related news, highlight operators and conservation efforts around the globe a ...
 
Explorer and filmmaker James Cameron and director John Bruno talk about their new National Geographic film DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D. The documentary captures Cameron and the expedition team’s odyssey as he makes the first solo voyage in history to the deepest part of the ocean in the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submersible.
 
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KT Maviglia-Morgan, Jordan Morgan

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Welcome to On Arrival - The Traveler's Podcast. We're your hosts KT & Jordan. Throughout our 20's we have lived and traveled all around the world and fell in love with exploring new cultures. Here at On Arrival we interview some of the worlds most eccentric travelers to hear their original and authentic stories. We hope this show inspires you to take your next trip and that when you land, you have a game plan...On Arrival.
 
”Rusty‘s way with animals, including humans, is magical.” Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence About the Host: Who is Rusty Johnson? The question is not as easy to answer as you‘d think. Most of us probably don‘t have mornings that begin like Rusty‘s. You know, another boring old Wednesday where you go down to the basement freezer and unpack 14 frozen guinea pigs in order to feed your 210lb Burmese python who lives in the headboard of Rusty‘s bed. And while your down there ...
 
The First Mile is an immersive travel podcast, bringing you untold stories from the world of adventure. It is presented by Ash Bhardwaj and Pip Stewart — two travel journalists, who are adventurers in their own right — and explores everything from the ethics of cultural tourism, to documenting your journeys and making a living from travel. Ash and Pip navigate this territory with some of the world’s greatest travellers, who reveal how they got their first break in travel writing, planned rem ...
 
Hosted by Imi Barneaud, entrepreneur and mum, The Oceanriders Podcast is a series of weekly conversations with creatives, entrepreneurs, thinkers and dreamers who also happen to be surfers. Surfers from all walks of life share how surfing has affected their lifestyle and careers. Guests share how they have crafted or landed their dream job: a job that enables them to chase waves. Find out how you can too...
 
This Ocean Life Podcast. 130+ episodes. Weekly podcast series capturing the stories and perspectives of people around the world who have based their lives on the ocean. Fishing, free diving, art, music, surfing, paddling, spearfishing, conservation, sailing, anything in the ocean... Hosted by Josh Pederson, from Santa Cruz, California, USA.
 
Your ticket to the District. A podcast that highlights stories of creatives, entrepreneurs, and much more in the Washington Metropolitan area. We believe in giving visionaries a platform to inspire the community. Follow us on Instagram @thedistrictchannel. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-district-channel/support
 
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Dr. Sylvia Earle is a National Geographic Society Resident Explorer, Oceanographer, Author, Lecturer, and “Oceandiver”. She was awarded “Her Deepness” by the New York Times magazine for her amazing underwater expeditions. In September 1979, Dr. Earle set the world record for untethered diving. In 1990-1992, she became the first woman to serve as th…
 
Louisiana politics is known for being colorful and controversial. It is also, like most politics, constantly changing. Two University of Louisiana Political Scientists, Pearson Cross and Christie Maloyed, have compiled a book, “The Party is Over: The New Louisiana Politics” featuring contemporary political readings. They join Errol Laborde, executi…
 
We're thrilled to welcome Emily Choy, the newest RCGS Explorer-in-Residence, to the Explore Podcast. Based out of McGill University, Emily is an award-winning expert on the impacts of climate change on the Arctic, with a focus on a sea-bird called murres. Emily describes her summers on Coats Island in Hudson's Bay, studying a colony of 30,000 murre…
 
At issue was Black vs. White. In the days of racial segregation many road places were denied to black travelers. For decades, a guidebook offering travel suggestions was called "The Green Book." "The Green Book," named after the publication’s founder, provided highway information about motels, restaurants and places to go along the nation’s highway…
 
Viola Desmond was arrested 75 years ago this month for refusing to leave her seat in the “whites only” section of a movie theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. This brave stand by a Black Nova Scotian against the segregation rules of the day in Nova Scotia would inspire future generations to break down the racist structures that had been suppressing…
 
Jeffrey is a dive industry titan specialising in all areas of technical, cave and rebreather diving. He’s logged more than 20 years experience at the pointy end of diver and instructor development, and is also the owner of GoPro Asia and Bans Technical Diving, based on Koh Tao, Thailand. His qualifications include multi-agency accreditations, such …
 
Follow Captain Liz Clark on the Voyage of the Swell, a surfer’s journey in search of a life of exploration, adventure and the perfect wave. After college, instead of getting a job and starting a career, as her peers were, Liz bought a boat. She had always loved the ocean and felt a calling to follow her dreams, and try and make her passions her lif…
 
Louisiana has four federally recognized Native American tribes, one of the most historic is the Coushattas who settled largely around Allen Parish in the vicinity of Elton and Kinder. David Sickey is a past tribal chairman and a member of the tribe’s governing board. Sickey joins Louisiana Life Executive Editor Errol Laborde and podcast producer Ke…
 
What would you do if your best friend's parents gave you their son's remains and invested you with a quest? Would you take a leap into the unknown and go on a 10 month road trip through Latin America in search of the perfect wave? This is what my guest, Cory Belyea, did to honour his friend Mike. In the process, Cory had some incredible adventures …
 
Tyler Bridges has stories to tell, so many that this edition of Louisiana Insider will feature two of them. One is the shocking saga of former governor Edwin Edward's body being exhumed and then cremated at the orders of his widow and, allegedly, without the knowledge of his family by earlier marriages. And the other is from Bridges’ new book, “The…
 
The UN Climate Change Summit in Glasgow is being described as a critical moment in human history, as our ability to reverse global warming reaches a point of no return. Harvey Locke is in Glasgow, leading the charge against biodiversity loss, and linking it firmly to climate change. As a leader of the "Nature Needs Half" movement, Locke and a growi…
 
Rebecca Griffiths first grabbed my attention via Instagram. Her account displays some beautiful photographs which I recognised instantly as having had minimal post-shot editing (quite a rare commodity these days). I continued to follow for a while and found that she was not only a photographer but a diver, free-diver and conservationist too. As a y…
 
Stanley Nelson is a north Louisiana journalist who has made a specialty out of investigating Ku Klux Klan-related murders. His newest book, "Klan of Devils: The Murder of A Black Louisiana Deputy Sheriff" tells the harrowing story of a 1965 crime in which two Washington Parish deputies were shot while on duty. One deputy died, but the other was onl…
 
Conrad Anker is renowned throughout the world as one of the greatest living mountaineers. Follow him to the Himalayan peaks of northern India to climb the ‘Shark’s Fin’ of Mt. Meru, a sheer 1,500-foot wall of blank granite, one the hardest, most dangerous and beautiful routes on the planet. For 30 years the best mountaineers in the world had attemp…
 
The second part of our mini-series with Deb and I talking through more destinations that every diver should have on their bucket list and highlight some of the up to date travel requirements for the destinations mentioned. See chapter markers for locations discussed and S02 E12 for the first part of this series. Deborah Dickson-Smith, is a writer, …
 
Craig Colton looks at Louisiana’s endangered wetlands not only as an environmentalist, but also as a geographer and anthropologist. Colton, a professor of geography at LSU, joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot to discuss the plight and hopes of coastal residents, as reported in his new …
 
It's bird migration season. Geese are flying south, loons making their last mournful cries on northern lakes and bird feeders are getting set up in backyards and on balconies. To celebrate our avian friends, we’re thrilled to have Patrick Nadeau joining us. He is the new President of Birds Canada, which is the largest organization for citizen scien…
 
As the world starts to open up, I reckon it is time to take a look and remind ourselves as to what is on offer. Joining me today is Deborah Dickson-Smith, a writer, editor and publisher who has built a career in the travel media industry. She has managed to travel (and dive) through most of the South Pacific and Southeast Asia. Deb now uses these e…
 
Steve Roberts has experienced life from many different angles. He is an accomplished journalist who has written a nationally syndicated political column. He was the husband of the late Cokie Roberts, who reported for ABC News and National Public Radio and wrote several books, some specializing in women’s political history. His mother-in-law as the …
 
Which Louisiana town has Dolly Parton as part of its history? Which town was settled as part of a German religious sect? These and other questions are answered as Louisiana Life magazine’s travel writer Chere Cohen joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot, to reveal her picks of the state’s…
 
Earlier this year Norwegian born Samuel Rostøl decided to leave mainstream employment as a nurse so that he could focus all of his available time on supporting animal activism. Soone thereafter, Samuel was invited to join Sea Shepherd in the Faroe Islands as they documented the annual Grindadrop or Pilot Whale hunts. His footage has shone an even b…
 
October ... The nights grow longer and darker. It's time for Hallowe'en, time to gather around fires and tell ghost stories. And that is exactly what RCGS Explorer-in-Residence Adam Shoalts has in store for us in this episode. He joins us to talk about his new book, The Whisper on the Night Wind. It's a wilderness tale of the supernatural, an inves…
 
Have you dreamt of driving the iconic Highway 1 up the California Coast? We share what it's like driving the scenic Pacific Coast Highway through some of the most beautiful cities in the world. On today's episode, we share the highlights of our once-in-a-lifetime road trip (seriously we're flying next time!) and thoughts on all of our stops: San Di…
 
Follow extreme bikepacker Cat Jaffee as she competes in the Silk Road Mountain Race - the toughest mountain bike race on the planet. 1,200-miles long, with over 115,000-feet elevation gain, athletes traverse the high mountain passes and remote valleys of Kyrgyzstan for 14 grueling days. Traveling completely unsupported, wild camping along the way, …
 
Our listeners are most likely already familiar with the life of a traveling athlete, and today we broaden this picture as we welcome NBA player and German national team member Moe Wagner to the podcast! Moe has a fascinating and unique story, having been born in Berlin, moving to the US for college, and building a promising career after graduating …
 
Europe was ablaze with the biggest war that the planet had experienced up to that time. In Louisiana, there were also lots of battles; including an end to the Red Light District, racial tensions and the coming of prohibition. And there were a few clear victories with the evolution of Jazz and women’s suffrage. Historian Brian Altobello joins Louisi…
 
Marcel Van Den Berg is a PADI Platinum Course Director, super passionate about professional training and eager to help anyone wishing to become a dive pro. During this episode, I have a catch up to see how he is supplementing his income during the pandemic, what he is doing regarding pro training and how he is preparing for the borders to allow tra…
 
September 30, 2021 marks the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. It's a federal statutory holiday, a time to reflect about the brutal impact of the Indian Residential School System. Hundreds of thousands of First Nations, Inuit and Métis children were forced to attend those institutions from the 1830s to the 1990s, and t…
 
Today’s guest is a Deck Officer in the United States Merchant Marines and a Lieutenant in the US Navy Reserves. During his time at sea, he has traveled to six continents and circumnavigated the globe. Most recently, you can find him sailing for Lindblad Expeditions in Alaska. Please join us in welcoming Victor Ottoboni! From Antarctica to Alaska, N…
 
Even through the COVID-19 slowdown and taunting by hurricanes there has been lots going on in Louisiana over the last couple years. To prove its point, Louisiana Life magazine presents its annual La Nouvelle Louisiane awards. Melanie Warner Spencer, the magazine’s managing editor, joins Errol Laborde along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot to di…
 
Hector Guadalupe is a serial entrepreneur who builds businesses at the intersection of wellness and social justice. Hector is the founder of Unibody Fitness NYC, a fitness and training company that uses wellness to achieve physical transformation, provide second chances and bridge communities. Hector is also the founder of A Second U Foundation, a …
 
We just got back from Austin, Texas and wanted to share our top 5 reasons why you must visit while the details of our trip are fresh in our minds. Without a doubt, one of our favorite trips to date! Today on On Arrival: Where to stay What to see What to do What to eat What to drink Be sure to order KT's favorite drink the Sea & Salt from Here Nor T…
 
Follow travel author and adventurer Graydon Hazenburg on an epic bike journey from Islamabad, in Pakistan, all the way to Mount Kailash, in Tibet thousands of miles away. Travelling across four of the great mountain ranges in the world, the Pamir Mountains, the Hindu Kush, the Karakorum and the Himalayas, it would prove to be an incredibly difficul…
 
Today on On Arrival: Traveler question: Travel Recommendations for Fall 2021 Part 2, International Edition Australia to open border for foreign travel? The big difference between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines Maui moves to require vaccines for dining Southwest's BIG giveaway this week If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show wherever yo…
 
When the story of the protests for more civil rights in Louisiana is told there were several key stops along the way including a church in Shreveport, a march to Bogalusa and Dooky Chase restaurant in New Orleans. Organizer Brenda McKinley and former TV news anchor Norman Robinson join Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with p…
 
Commander Chris Hadfield is arguably Canada’s most famous astronaut. There was even a time, during his 2013 mission aboard the International Space Station, when he was quite possibly our most famous Canadian, appearing as a guest on talk shows and capturing the imaginations of millions with his viral dispatches from life in orbit. A veteran of mult…
 
Today’s guest has been to all seven continents, visited well over 70 countries, landed a dream job at Instagram, then quit, and is now a travel entrepreneur and a digital nomad. More impressively, she did it all before she turned 23! Please join us in welcoming Gen Z travel entrepreneur and the author of You Are Where You Go: A Traveler’s Coming of…
 
Today on On Arrival: Traveler question: Travel Recommendations for Fall 2021? Michigan (of course!) and a couple others... The European Union removes the United States from its safe visitor list and how it may affect your travels Hawaii implementing strategies to reduce tourism moving forward The newest travel trend: trip stacking A whole raw chick…
 
Not so long ago the idea of a wellness travel company was quite foreign to most people. That did not stop today's guest from forging a path for herself, and opening up a market for others to follow in her wake. Linden Schaffer is the Founder of Pravassa and Wander Home, as well as the author of Living Well on the Road, and today we get to talk to h…
 
Follow travel author Oscar Scafidi on his world-record paddle down the Kwanza River in Angola. Stretching 600-miles from its source in the Angolan Highlands, in the centre of the country, to the Atlantic Ocean on the country’s west coast, Oscar and his partner Alfie Weston kayaked the entire length and hiked an additional two hundred miles to circu…
 
Today on On Arrival: Traveler question: How do I prioritize my travel bucket list? Pfizer vaccine the first to get FDA approval Venice battling overtourism with turnstiles, entry fees, & even armed guards (We suggest going in the fall) Delta Airlines test technology to allow proof of vaccination digitally OpenTable partners with Clear to prove vacc…
 
Shane Bernard has Louisiana culture in his blood. He also has splashes of Tabasco sauce. Bernard, a historian who has chronicled Cajun culture and the Swamp pop music scene, is also the archivist for Tabasco hot sauce. He, a scholar on the hot stuff, joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot…
 
Few people can claim to have been in the travel blogging world as long as Gary Arndt. Today we are lucky enough to be joined by Gary to hear all about his amazing adventures, unlikely career path, and what has kept him excited and engaged with his work for the last three decades. It is hard to know where to start with someone who has done so much a…
 
An absolutely mind-blowing highlight of my Scuba GOAT journey to date is the 2hrs I recently spent with Dr Sylvia A. Earle on the show. I’m sure this guest needs little by way of introduction; though her credentials, experience, passion and dedication to our oceans is awe-inspiring and incredible to witness. Sylvia is without a doubt one of my life…
 
Today on On Arrival: Traveler questions: World's best city and a question from Jordan! Martinique asks tourists to go home immediately Booster shots to be required to travel? Canada mandates vaccines for air, rail, and cruise travel USA to require masks for plane, train, and bus travel until 2022 Finnair becomes next European airline to ban cloth m…
 
Neil D’Souza is an entrepreneur at the intersection of tech, education and human potential. Neil has lived, traveled and worked in 40 countries and is an Ironman Triathlete. Originally from Mumbai, India, at an early age Neil set an unbelievable swimming record that involved spending 79 hours in a pool and landed him on MTV. Neil started his career…
 
Bob Mann has been in the boiler room with many important Louisiana political figures including Russell Long, J. Bennett Johnson, John Breaux and Katheen Blanco. He has also written about Louisiana politics as a newspaper reporter and as an author of several political books. Mann, who is now the Manship Chair in Journalism at LSU’s Manship School of…
 
In 2021, much of the world has begun to venture out again! Having the right apps on your smartphone can make or break your next trip. This week, we are sharing some of our favorite travel apps we use frequently, as well as some new ones we are looking forward to using on our next getaway! Today on On Arrival: We give you our picks for the top trave…
 
Today on On Arrival: Traveler questions: Our upcoming travel plans and how to find a good international travel agent United Airlines among many companies now requiring vaccines for employees Border closures on the horizon? Canada opens to American visitors! After 8 years, Singapore is dethroned as world's best airport. See who took this year's top …
 
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