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Happy new year! This week Jeremias and I discuss the year ahead. We talk about the Arctic experience course coming up in March and what we hope to achieve with it. We also talk about what our goals are for the year, as well as going back to basics, learning aids, and the connection I have between playing music and my outdoor pursuits. We finish the…
 
Merry Christmas from all of us at Trial by Fire. This week we're coming to you with a great interview with Erik Rudels. Erik is one of the course leaders at the Finnish Outdoor Academy where Jeremias studied.We're talking about leadership, what makes a good leader, what makes a bad one, and how can we learn to be strong leaders and good decision ma…
 
This week I'm talking to Peyman, one half of the duo known as Nomads Trails. Matilda and Peyman have been peddling around the world for the last 3.5 years and there’s no sign of them stopping any time soon. A really interesting guy and a great deal of insight about our connection to nature and the power of using our own engines to get out and explo…
 
This weeks episode is probably one of my favorite conversations in a long time. Jeremias and I sat down with Toby Cowern, whom jeremias has worked with in the past. A great conversation about mindfulness, psychology, the positive impact of nature on our brains, preparedness and survival courses. It’s jammed!you can find more information about Tobys…
 
This week Jeremias and I sit down and talk about cold weather clothing! How we lose body heat, how to protect ourselves against is, and how to dress for really cold weather, like in the Arctic.We also discuss a new course we are designing and want to bring you guys along for the ride! follow this link to find out about the course and how you can at…
 
We are back folks! A new season of Trial by Fire is underway.My guest today is Kim Krohn, a very interesting guy, biologist and winner of Alone in Denmark. We talk about isolation, self sufficiency and the ability to listen to natures clues around you.You can check out Kims comapany at https://vedbaalet.dk/He is trained in everything from bushcraft…
 
This week I've had the pleasure of talking to Greg Funnell, a London-based photographer whos work spans across everything from portraiture to lifestyle, journalism and travel! A really interesting guy with lots of amazing stories to tell over his travels.We speak about bushcraft and the joy of using retro kit, photography, Go Bags and conflict reso…
 
This has been our longest episode to date! We sit down and dissect some our favourite outdoor and bushcraft films, discussing the accuracies and inaccuracies of the films plot line.Cast Away, Into the Wild and The Revenant are three very different movies but all have one thing in common, they paint a beautiful picture of the worlds they are set in,…
 
I got a chance to sit down and have a debrief with Jeremias, who you will know from the last episode. Being home a few weeks now has given me some time to reflect a little on my arctic experience. We talk about homesteading, living sustainably, dogs dogs dogs, and a little about the Outdoor Academy in Finland where Jeremias got his outdoors trainin…
 
This week I had the privilege of spending a few days with Hannah and Jeremias Kinnunen-Levy, a couple who run a homestead and dog sledding company up here in the North of Sweden. We discuss the lifestyle choices involved in what they do. we also talk a little about how they got to where they are and whats involved in living a life of simplicity and…
 
We're back for the first episode of 2021 and kicking it off with an interview with Jamie Dakota of Howl bushcraft. We discuss how creativity can help tell a story and sell courses. And how its important to understand your own limits when it comes to teaching and experience. I also give a little update as to what I will be up to this year and how I …
 
Strange times are upon us and it looks like the new normal is going to be with us for a good while yet. Joe and I managed to catch up over Skype and debrief on hows its been on both sides. We talk about social distancing and the etiquette surrounding exercise and getting outside. We also talk some Victorinox nerding, bow drills and the environmenta…
 
This week we have a double bill of conversations of the back of our recent adventures in The Netherlands and Sweden. Part 1 is a recording from Knives and Tools birthday, where we caught up with Benny and Jasper, whom we have been working with since the beginning.Part 2 Sees us on Johan Skullmans property where we discuss all sorts of weird and won…
 
This week Padraig is flying solo with Joe on holidays with his family. We have an interview with a good friend of the show Ciaran Nugent who is a forester here in Ireland. We talk about getting back to our roots and into the forest. The history of woodlands here in Ireland and the UK and what does the future look like for our countries forests…
 
This week we're back to an old school nerdy charts. We talk about the origins of some of the materials and products we find ourselves using outside. Paracord, vibram and more.We finish out the episode with a great interview we had with Lar Thomsen who runs the Danish outdoor retail space and owns the Fjallraven store in the heart of Copenhagen…
 
This week we're coming to you from the studio, with Joe and I catching up and announcing some exciting things coming down the line. Then we head over to a recording from the last day of the bushcraft denmark show joined by many of our forest family. Finally we end the show with a short interview we had with the hero that is Ed Stafford…
 
An edited version of a much longer conversation we had at the recent Retro Outdoor Equipment camp this week. I am joined by Marcus östlin who builds axes at wetterlings in Sweden, as well as Toby Hobby of Redkite Leatherworks and Steve Armstrong of Retro Outdoor Equipment.We speak about craft, knife making, Vikings, DNA and of course axes.A bit of …
 
This week we are joined by our friend Toby Hobby of Red Kite Leather Works. We cover a host of topics in this one, but mainly we discuss what we consider to be staple pieces of gear. What to avoid when starting out and what should not be cheaped out on. We also discuss cottage industries, making it as a solo craftsman, and a brief history of Wales!…
 
This week we speak about introducing basic navigation skills to our bushcraft and hiking. Primitive shelters, tents and we catch up with our good friend Steve Armstrong or Retro Outdoor EquipmentESEE review written for Knives and Toolshttps://www.knivesandtools.com/en/ct/esee-pr4-expert-review.htmNew issue of The Bushcraft Journalhttps://view.jooma…
 
This week we're coming to you with a slightly longer episode than usual. We have a little conversation about the older generations and the mysteries of the tools on a Swiss Army Knife.We talk about the American Colonial era and the act of homesteading. We also talk about hard and soft crafts, in particular sewing and spoon carving, and how those sk…
 
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