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124. Neil Wightwick: Transforming lives through nature’s classroom


In episode 124 we delve into the world of outdoor education with Neil Wightwick, a leading figure in driving national policy in Scotland to make outdoor education accessible to all. Discover how outdoor environments can become powerful classrooms and how physical challenges can foster growth and curiosity in students. Neil shares his passion for varied…

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May 22, 2024


123. Danielle McDonough: The power of mindset on athletic performance


In episode 123 we explore the world of sports and mindset mastery with Danielle McDonough, a former professional ice hockey player turned mindset coach. Danielle shares her journey from the ice rink to coaching, emphasising the importance of overcoming self-doubt to achieve peak performance. Host Sue Stockdale talks to Danielle about athlete psychology, imposter syndrome,…

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May 15, 2024


122. Roderick Aitken: Sourcing Sustainable Timber


In episode 122, host Sue Stockdale explores the delicate balance between commerce and conservation in the world of forestry with guest Roderick Aitken. As a fifth-generation family business in Scotland importing tropical wood, Roddy shares insights on sustainable practices and the collective responsibility we have towards the planet, discusses the importance of protecting precious ecosystems…

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May 8, 2024


121. Arild Nydegger Øvre-Eide and Gyrid Dahl: Embracing Change and Tradition in Norwegian Farming


Sue Stockdale talks to Arild Nydegger Øvre-Eide and Gyrid Dahl, from Øvre-Eide farm in Bergen, Norway. Arild, the fifth-generation owner of a small farm, discusses his decision to become a farmer and how his father’s support played a role in his journey. Gyrid who works at the farm explains what motivated her to change career…

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May 1, 2024


120. Robert Thirsk: From medicine to Mars – Insights from over 200 days in space


In this guest-hosted episode Clive Steeper from episode 1 talks to engineer, physician, and former astronaut Dr. Robert Thirsk about the preparation and training needed for astronauts to operate effectively on space missions, and how these skills are also relevant for leadership more generally. Robert reflects on training for astronauts, non-technical skills in space missions,…

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March 20, 2024


119. Reanne Olivier: Empowering African Youth


In podcast episode 119, Reanne Olivier, co-founder of Africa Matters Initiative talks to Sue Stockdale about how her first journey to South Africa was sparked by her parents’ curiosity and exploration of the continent. This led her to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions about Africa, and ultimately shape her passion for making a difference. By immersing…

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March 13, 2024


118. Kate Leeming: From Africa to Australia: Exploring the world by bicycle


In this episode, host Sue Stockdale talks to  Australian adventurer Kate Leeming to discover more about her love for cycling and the impact she aims to make through her cycling expeditions.  The episode also covers topics such as education for sustainable development, the role of women in community development, and the physical and mental benefits…

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March 6, 2024


117. Sue Stockdale: Building trust and psychological safety


In this episode 117 of the Access to Inspiration podcast, former guest Dr. Nashater Deu Solheim (episode 49) talks to Sue Stockdale. Sue discusses her experiences as an adventurer and athlete, focusing on her journey to the Magnetic North Pole. She talks about her initial curiosity and decision to apply for the expedition, as well as…

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February 28, 2024


116. Bruce Parker: The opportunity that was too good to be true


In episode 116 of the Access to Inspiration podcast, host Sue Stockdale interviews singer and entertainer Bruce Parker. They discuss Bruce’s love for soul and Motown music, which he grew up with in Inglewood, Los Angeles. Bruce shares his experiences of touring in China and encountering a dangerous situation with the Chinese triads. The episode…

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February 21, 2024


115. Georgina Bark: Exploring the craft of dry stone walling


In episode 115, host Sue Stockdale speaks with Georgina Bark, also known as Bo, a dry stone waller. Bo shares her journey of leaving an office job behind to pursue a career outdoors and why she enjoys her work. Bo emphasises that problem-solving is a crucial aspect of her job, both in building walls and…

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February 14, 2024


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3 children in the outdoors

124. Neil Wightwick: Transforming lives through nature’s classroom

Series 17 - Heritage and nature

In episode 124 we delve into the world of outdoor education with Neil Wightwick, a leading figure in driving national policy in Scotland to make outdoor education accessible to all. Discover how outdoor environments can become powerful classrooms and how physical challenges can foster growth and curiosity in students. Neil shares his passion for varied…

two ice hockey players on the ice

123. Danielle McDonough: The power of mindset on athletic performance

Series 17 - Heritage and nature

In episode 123 we explore the world of sports and mindset mastery with Danielle McDonough, a former professional ice hockey player turned mindset coach. Danielle shares her journey from the ice rink to coaching, emphasising the importance of overcoming self-doubt to achieve peak performance. Host Sue Stockdale talks to Danielle about athlete psychology, imposter syndrome,…

122. Roderick Aitken: Sourcing Sustainable Timber

Series 17 - Heritage and nature

In episode 122, host Sue Stockdale explores the delicate balance between commerce and conservation in the world of forestry with guest Roderick Aitken. As a fifth-generation family business in Scotland importing tropical wood, Roddy shares insights on sustainable practices and the collective responsibility we have towards the planet, discusses the importance of protecting precious ecosystems…

121. Arild Nydegger Øvre-Eide and Gyrid Dahl: Embracing Change and Tradition in Norwegian Farming

Series 17 - Heritage and nature

Sue Stockdale talks to Arild Nydegger Øvre-Eide and Gyrid Dahl, from Øvre-Eide farm in Bergen, Norway. Arild, the fifth-generation owner of a small farm, discusses his decision to become a farmer and how his father’s support played a role in his journey. Gyrid who works at the farm explains what motivated her to change career…

space shuttle

120. Robert Thirsk: From medicine to Mars – Insights from over 200 days in space

Series 16

In this guest-hosted episode Clive Steeper from episode 1 talks to engineer, physician, and former astronaut Dr. Robert Thirsk about the preparation and training needed for astronauts to operate effectively on space missions, and how these skills are also relevant for leadership more generally. Robert reflects on training for astronauts, non-technical skills in space missions,…

African Youth

119. Reanne Olivier: Empowering African Youth

Series 16

In podcast episode 119, Reanne Olivier, co-founder of Africa Matters Initiative talks to Sue Stockdale about how her first journey to South Africa was sparked by her parents’ curiosity and exploration of the continent. This led her to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions about Africa, and ultimately shape her passion for making a difference. By immersing…

118. Kate Leeming: From Africa to Australia: Exploring the world by bicycle

Series 16

In this episode, host Sue Stockdale talks to  Australian adventurer Kate Leeming to discover more about her love for cycling and the impact she aims to make through her cycling expeditions.  The episode also covers topics such as education for sustainable development, the role of women in community development, and the physical and mental benefits…

117. Sue Stockdale: Building trust and psychological safety

Series 16

In this episode 117 of the Access to Inspiration podcast, former guest Dr. Nashater Deu Solheim (episode 49) talks to Sue Stockdale. Sue discusses her experiences as an adventurer and athlete, focusing on her journey to the Magnetic North Pole. She talks about her initial curiosity and decision to apply for the expedition, as well as…

116. Bruce Parker: The opportunity that was too good to be true

Series 16

In episode 116 of the Access to Inspiration podcast, host Sue Stockdale interviews singer and entertainer Bruce Parker. They discuss Bruce’s love for soul and Motown music, which he grew up with in Inglewood, Los Angeles. Bruce shares his experiences of touring in China and encountering a dangerous situation with the Chinese triads. The episode…

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