Adventures in Audio
Lawlor Coe

Forces of Good: Running in the Name of Love

After Lawlor Coe lost his brother Hunter to tragedy, he did everything he could to avoid his pain. Then he began to run.

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Forces of Good: Teaching the Psychology of Survival

When someone gets hurt in the wild, we know what to do. But what we’ve lacked for way too long are the tools to help people in severe mental distress.

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Mike McCastle

Forces of Good: A Herculean Quest to Make a Difference

Mike McCastle has found a very unusual way to benefit others: by enduring agonizing physical challenges

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Matt DeLaney

Forces of Good: The Gearhead Librarian Who Revived a Town

Millinocket, Maine, had been struggling for years following the closure of the local paper mill. Then an enterprising librarian acted on a big idea.

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Ivy Le

Forces of Good: A Comedian Faces Her Fear of Nature

Ivy Le’s wildy funny take on adventure entertainment might just shift the conversation on who belongs in the outdoors

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Forces of Good: Getting All Bodies Outdoors

Meet the innovators and activists who are making their favorite sports more accessible to plus-size adventurers

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It Happened Deep in a Cave in the Amazon

David Kushner went to the rainforest to write about a mysterious place and the people who go there. He never imagined the experience would change him forever.

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Why We Love an Internet Dog

From adventurous sled dogs to aging golden retrievers, online canines make millions of people feel good about their day

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Forces of Good: W. Kamau Bell Seeks a United America

The host of CNN’s ‘United Shades of America’ on what we learn when we engage with communities very different than our own

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Finding Freedom Through Climbing

As a city kid with a back condition, Maricela Rosales was an unlikely outdoor athlete. But scaling walls became her pathway to joy.

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Nick Offerman at Avalanche Lake in Glacier National Park

Nick Offerman Gets Down to Earth

The actor, woodworker, and dedicated outdoorsman offers up choice lessons for making a deeper connection with the world beyond your door

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Alexis Krauss

A Rock Star’s Guide to Road Tripping

As the lead singer of the band Sleigh Bells and a dedicated climber, Alexis Krauss knows a thing or two about enjoying life on the open highway

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British rapper Testament

The Musicians Capturing the Power of Wild Places

For Indie singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop and British rapper Testament, the natural world is an endless source of creative inspiration

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Rae Wynn-Grant

A Scientist Finds Her Way in the Rainforest

On an expedition to track lemurs in Madagascar, wildlife ecologist Rae Wynn-Grant found her confidence and her voice

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What the Mountains Teach Us About Patience

For philosopher John Kaag, a trek in the Alps during his youth was the beginning of a long and winding journey

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A Wild Ride into the Garden of Eden

A daring advice columnist sets off on a road trip with a singular goal: to ask strangers if they make love outside—in towns named Eden

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When Wild Animals Misbehave

Intrepid author Mary Roach shares tales of thieving bears, murderous possums, and mugging monkeys from her new book, ‘Fuzz’

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Why Thinking About Death Makes Us Happier

When you confront your mortality on a regular basis, the shift in perspective can be profound

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The Dumbest, Greatest Road Trip Ever

In which two bold but questionably sane adventurers actually do for reals what Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels only pretended to do

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Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold

What It Takes to Be Alex Honnold’s Climbing Partner

An unnatural lack of fear, a high tolerance for suffering, and a healthy sense of humor. Just ask Cedar Wright.

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