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The Big Travel Podcast: Exploring Life-Stories Through Travel. Taking you on a journey of discovery, with a wonderfully diverse selection of characters, The Big Travel Podcast explores life-stories in travel; from childhoods with little money but a spirit for exploration to fabulous tales of exotic climes and incredible adventures. Celebrities, authors, sports people, politicians, famous faces from TV, radio, music, stage and screen, SAS soldiers, adventurers and ordinary people taking extra ...
 
Sound Heap is the most eclectic podcast network in the known world. From comedy to interviews to investigations, back to interviews, on to advice, listener call ins, pranks, interviews again, deep-dives and even interviews - they do the lot.
 
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Growing up in Northern Ireland, with his preacher father playing guitar and his granny always singing, for Foy Vance music and the nomadic lifestyle are somewhat ingrained. When Foy was a young boy his father moved the family to Oklahoma to build a church. Back in Northern Ireland he picked up the guitar and eventually immersed himself in the local…
 
During the pandemic Jamie Klingler, underwent an incredible transformation from heavy-drinking party girl to sober, and losing 7 stone along the way. But it was the murder of Sarah Everard that led to her becoming the activist her mother always felt she should be and having co-founded Reclaim These Streets you’ll now see her all over the news battl…
 
Jennifer Nand was just a young teen when the Beatles were at the start of their meteoric rise. Piling into her friend Jenny’s hearse to go watch the bands in The Cavern and other places across the city, hitching lifts home through the Mersey tunnel, being accidentally spat on the nose by none other than John Lennon, watching the debut performances …
 
You might have seen recently a story that went viral, the woman who for three months let a baby bird nest in her hair. Of course the real story is a little bit more nuanced and to hear it directly from nature writer and conservationist Hannah Bourne-Taylor might well bring a little tear to your eye, On this episode, and in her book Fledging, Hannah…
 
Marc Araham, OBE, aka Marc the Vet, was inspired by his Holocaust survivor grandmother to change UK law and dramatically improve how we treat our pets. He’s vaccinated dogs in Mumbai slums, rescued dancing bears in Ukraine, operated in Buddhist temples in post-tsunami Thailand, battled dog-meat farms in South Korea, travelled deep into the Amazon J…
 
Stand-up comedian, star of comedy TV shows and host of the Namaste Mother******s Podcast, Cally Beaton, was a high flying TV exec until Joan Rivers noticed her comedic talent and gave her some life-changing advice. She’s partied at some of the world’s hottest events, knocked back Vodka with Madonna, refused to indulge Mariah’s puppies, narrowly avo…
 
'Nanny Sharz’ as she’s known is an international Nanny for the rich and famous, work which has taken her all over the world looking after other people’s children. Growing up in Birmingham and London she comes from a big, musical, cooking Jamaican family and has jetted away in private planes, had a pool in her hotel room, been escorted to reception …
 
On top of a building in Chernobyl, overlooking the destruction and devastation, Greg made a life-changing decision. From that moment on he would dedicate his life to exploring abandoned places, becoming 'Greg Abandoned'. He’s been shot at in Bulgaria, risked his life to trek to a Soviet-era abandoned space shuttle in Kazakhstan, explored countless …
 
Lisa is utterly delighted to have Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos on the podcast to talk about growing up half Greek, the rock and rolls side of cheffing, how Franz Ferdinand partly emerged from a kitchen, Ethiopian instruments, Colombian bull’s testicle maracas, getting arrested as a spy in Moscow, being rushed to hospital in Budapest, learning ho…
 
A childhood divided between her father’s home in Barbados and the cold grey of a wintery London gave Hollywood actor Minnie Driver a love for the laid-back sunshine of the coast of California. Minnie and Lisa talk America’s contrasts of rich and poor, the philosophy of travel, the highs and lows of boarding school, taking the train across Europe, g…
 
Peace Activist and Nuclear Disarmament Expert, Dr. Rebecca Johnson, grew up in a Hutterite community in the rural US. After living in Japan and visiting Hiroshima she was moved to join the women’s peace camp at Greenham Common, protesting against nuclear weapons. She’s driven supplies into war-torn Bosnia, sailed the seas on Greenpeace’s Rainbow Wa…
 
Growing up on a Peckham council estate with his musician mother and a 'Lizzie-Anne the transvestite' childcarer led to Pete Bennett’s own love of quirk and music Now an actor, director, voice over artist and of course musician (with his band Lovedogz), he first came to public attention in 2006’s Big Brother and really opened up the conversation abo…
 
A year spent camping out in the bush in Cameroon led Will Bolsover from Natural World Safaris make travel his life’s work. From tracking tigers in Siberia, to finding hidden corners of Madagascar and most recently spending 48 minutes in the Antarctic followed by 11 nights in hotel quarantine…it’s not always straightforward but it certainly sounds a…
 
Authors Anne Sebba on the Royal abdication, Sathnam Sanghera's dismal Christmas restaurant, Lisa Jewell's Boney M in Barbados, adventurer Jamie Douglas-Hamilton rowing to the Antarctic, satirist Matt Forde in an NYC Irish bar, podcaster Olly Mann’s disappointing LA Santa, artist Firouz FarmanFarmaian Muslim Catholic Christmas in Marrakesh, adventur…
 
Born in Tehran, the descendent of a nomadic tribe, Contemporary Artist Firouz FarmanFarmaian's family scattered after the Islamic Revolution. He grew up trekking mountains and deserts, touring with his Indie rock band and now with his internationally acclaimed art. With a gallery in Tarifa, Spain, and a new base in Athens, he travels the globe sour…
 
A journey through the maze of Marbella's 16th Century cobbled lanes surrounding the old 'Orange Square', encountering flamenco singers and opera stars and sampling some of the coast's most wonderful tapas. With tour guide Javier Gonzalez and staying at the stunning Anantara Villa Padierna Palace, with its classical Italian design and sophisticated …
 
John-Luke Roberts presents the last (for now) installment of Sound Heap Inc's weekly tastepod, showcasing the very best of the 1,603 podcasts that all deserve awards even if the idiots who judge these things don't agree. You'll hear clips from the following awards-worthy podcasts: Dentists: What They Are And How To Stop Them This Is Where The Magic…
 
Comedian, political satirist and Spitting Image star Matt Forde talks accosting Billy Connolly in New York, 'dying' on stage in Luxemborg, pints of Carling in ex-pat clubs in Bahrain, Nick Leeson's luxury hotel dash around the world, spending 3 months locked in a first floor flat, an emotional pilgrimage to the Ghostbusters fire station, being the …
 
This week the nominations are out for the Goodygoodypodpods - the biggest awards in podcasting - and there’s several brilliant Sound Heap podcasts on the list. So throughout this episode, we’ll be spotlighting some of our pods that made the list for you Heapsters (which is what we call our listeners). What Have I Dropped on My Foot? Crabslag Reason…
 
This is Sound Heap Inc's weekly tastepod, in which we give you Heapsters a sample of the very best of the almost nine podcasts we have on the network (we’re hoping to get that number back-up to normal soon). "Heapsters" is what we're calling our listeners now, by the way, we think it will catch on. Ghosts? F*** ‘Em! A Foot on the Ladder Asking The …
 
This week, John-Luke Roberts accepts thanks from Heapsters - that's what we've decided to call our listeners; good, isn't it? "Heapsters" - for making so many brilliant podcasts, and provides a taste of the week's best pods in this latest episode of the weekly taste pod. Expect to hear clips from both your favourite shows, which are probably includ…
 
Just as the world was closing Sam McManus from YellowWood Adventures took a daunting gamble and hopped on a plane to Costa Rica. We talk about how the pandemic can change travel (even for the better), tourism being potentially a means for good, eco-tourism and re-forestation, surfing, small pueblos in the green hills of Northern Spain, his wonderfu…
 
Episode 8: HAVE YOU SEEN MY GUNTHER? John-Luke Roberts has loved podcasts ever since he was a little boy, when he hit his head and had a vision of the future, which is what drove him to set up the Sound Heap podcast network – the home of too many podcasts. Each week he will give you just a taste of the 1,254 podcasts on offer every single week. You…
 
Episode 7: SOZCAST John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., presents a one-stop shop for the best podcasts on the Sound Heap network – our best, our funniest, and our most in need of new listeners. But, before that, John-Luke would like to make a very serious and sincere apology. You’ll hear clips from: •Cereal Monogamists: T…
 
Good news at least for those people who have had two UK administered vaccines. From 19th July we can now go to amber list countries without quarantining on return. BUT at the moment this is just for UK administered vaccines meaning the country is not yet open to inbound tourism. Travel needs to be two-way! We need people in the UK to support our bu…
 
Episode 6 REFLECTIONS ON THE THEME OF MORTALITY John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., presents some tastes of the week’s best podcasts from the Sound Heap network’s library of 1,134 shows. You’ll hear clips from: •Mouse News •New Ways To Say Hello •Safening Cacti •To Me It Happened: Bigfoot Keeps Seeing Me Do Embarrasing T…
 
Episode 5 WHAT IS A SHOE? John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., introduces another episode of the one-stop shop for the week’s best podcasts from the Sound Heap network, home to a migraine-inducing number of podcasts. This week there are extended clips from What Is A Shoe?, as we say goodbye to one of our longest-running p…
 
John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., welcomes you back again to the very best Sound Heap podcast network – home to 981 brilliant podcasts, and about 72 other ones. This week, a surprise hit leads us to launch a whole new sideline in innovative yet harmless podcasts. You’ll hear clips from: •How Wide Is Your Coinage? •Unto…
 
John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., welcomes you back again to the Sound Heap podcast - the one-stop shop for all the best podcasts from Sound Heap Inc which is a company that makes podcasts and that’s what it does. This week, you'll hear clips from •What I Talk About When I Talk About Running A Bath •S'All Gravy •Then, …
 
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