The Outside Podcast
Adventure tales for audio
Science of Survival
A remote car accident, a broken ski, a tumble in the snow, and a slow descent into hypothermia before (spoiler alert!) a dramatic rescue
The bizarre science behind Phil Broscovak's lightning strike, and his incredible journey of recovery
Pablo Valencia spent six days wandering the 110-degree desert before stumbling into McGee's camp. He shouldn't have been alive, but he was.
When a group of immigrants set out across the desert, the results helped researcher create the Death Index, a new model for dehydration.
When your submarine is on the verge of imploding, you better make all the right choices
Alone, deep underwater inside a sunken ship, with only minutes to survive, Michael Proudfoot's survival story might be the most epic to date
How two friends from Boston solved the world's greatest aviation mystery, Eastern Air Lines Flight 980
Denmark's Faroe Islands have a brutal tradition in which men publicly butcher hundreds of pilot whales by hand. But why?
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The Outside Interview
He was kidnapped, survived an assassination attempt, and joined the hunt for the most deadly terrorist. Meet the most interesting man alive.
The incredible story behind a journalist's terrifying journey through high-conflict jungle
The "human guinea pig" talk about his 4-hour plan to being good at, well, everything
An inside look at America's history with doping and double standards related to performance enhancement
His journey from dirtbag to rock star, how to choose a climbing partner, and why bottled oxygen might be a performance-enhancing drug
Secretary of the Interior tells all: what's next for the Department of the Interior and the environmental movement?
Ian Frazier has had it with people calling favorite outdoor spots “cathedrals,” “shrines,” and “sacred spaces.” Here's why.