Outside Podcast

Adventures in Audio

Jul 23, 2019

Outside Podcast: What Awe in Nature Does for Us

New research suggests that the emotion has a singular ability to lower stress and improve our overall well-being. How do we get more of it?

Jul 18, 2019

Bundyville: The Remnant

Why two bombings that rocked the tiny town of Panaca, Nevada, help us understand who really owns public lands in the West

Jul 2, 2019

The Doctors Prescribing Nature

Can a grassroots movement of physicians convince big health care that free medicine is the way of the future?

Jun 26, 2019

The Mysterious Syndrome Destroying Top Athletes

A mysterious syndrome is leaving elite athletes lethargic, depressed, and unable to get out of bed

Jun 19, 2019

Why a Walk in the Woods Cures the Blues

Ecologist Chris Morgan sensed that nature had healing powers. But it wasn’t until he tried forest bathing that he understood them.

Jun 13, 2019

Snakebit, Part 2

A Wisconsin truck mechanic has has endured hundreds of snakebites in a quest to immunize his body

Jun 6, 2019

The Radically Simple Digital Diet We All Need

Cal Newport, author of 'Digital Minimalism,' explains how we need to reimagine our relationship with technology

May 29, 2019

Snakebit, Part 1

After Kyle Dickman nearly died from a rattlesnake bite in Yosemite, he began a quest to understand what venom really does to us

May 16, 2019

Outside Podcast: Buried Treasure and Duct Tape

The surprising answers to two questions that every adventurer has: What do you after you find buried treasure? And what can't duct tape fix?

May 7, 2019

Bob Ross’s Strategies for Survival

A fascinating data analysis of the 381 painting the beloved artist did for his TV show will have you looking at him in a whole new light