Travel

Impact goes beyond profit

Impact goes beyond profit. This is a key theme that emerges from the podcast episode 125 featuring Lucy Constable Fernandez, Managing Director of Raleigh International. In the conversation, Lucy discusses the transition of Raleigh International from a charity to a limited company, highlighting the importance of maintaining the organisation’s vision, mission, and positive impact on…

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Education transforms lives and communities

One of the key themes that emerges from Kate Leeming’s story on episode 118 of the podcast is the transformative power of education. Throughout her expeditions, Kate consistently seeks to make a difference in the places she travels through, particularly in the lives of children and communities affected by various challenges. Education becomes the vehicle…

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Polar Explorer receives Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society

The Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) was delighted to present Honorary Fellowship of the Society to adventurer Sue Stockdale, in recognition of her achievements in exploration and her commitment to inspire others. Sue, who has travelled across the globe for her adventures, was awarded her Fellowship at her talk in Galashiels on Tuesday night for…

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Follow your own path

Bruce Parker’s journey in the podcast episode 116 serves as a powerful reminder to follow one’s own path in life. From a young age, Bruce had a passion for music, but he faced opposition from his minister, teachers, and even his own mother, who believed that pursuing music was nothing more than a hobby. Despite…

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What we have been doing during our break

Over the last few months we have taken a break to travel the world and discover more amazing guests to bring you on the podcast. We have seen some amazing sights along the way including: the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) in Alta, Norway The inspiring Wadi Rum desert in Jordan Ancient buildings in Yanbu, Saudi…

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