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Andrew Kirkpatrick is a British mountaineer, award-winning author and film-maker, TV and movie safety advisor, and monologist. He is best known as a big wall climber, having scaled Yosemite's El Capitan 30+ times, including five solo ascents, and two one day ascents, as well as climbing in Patagonia, Alaska, Africa and Antarctica. He has also crossed Greenland by ski and sailed down Willy Wonka's chocolate river with Johnny Depp. The Psycho Vertical podcasts cover everything from climbing mo ...
 
Beto Coral is the son of the war on drugs in Colombia. Beto shares the story of the much-anticipated peace that would follow Pablo Escobar’s death all those years ago...the story of how peace never truly arrived for his family, given that his father, el Capitán Humberto Coral (member of the Search Block that killed Escobar), was murdered a few months after the final operation against the drug trafficker in Medellin. Transportista: Who Killed Captain Coral? is hosted by Exile producer Alvaro ...
 
**BIOGRAPHY** Overflowing with energy, Kriss Kawan aka Dj Kriss-k, goes beyond the limits and breaks the styles. Congratulated by the people around him, he continues to charm audiences with his dynamic and festive touch to music… For several years, Kriss-k produces House and Techno events, under the name of Merlin. He exclusively invites local dj's with the firm intention of supporting French and Suisse musical talents and participates in various events, such as festivals and tours. He evolv ...
 
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Factor Two is a climbing podcast with impact, brought to you by Wil Treasure and UKClimbing.com. It brings you the best climbing stories straight from the people at their heart - and the best climbing stories are always about a little bit more than just climbing. https://www.factortwo.co.uk
 
Meet the people who have travelled to the very limits of human endurance and discover what it means to be superhuman. Learn from their unbelievable stories with host Rob Pope as he asks what lessons they picked up on their journeys around the globe and how they coped both mentally and physically. From cycling around the world in 78 days, to running barefoot across the UK and overcoming a broken neck to climb mountains and get back on the start line – like and subscribe to hear from 12 of the ...
 
Hello and welcome to "Podcasting My Life" my name is Paul D. Ciuppa ..... I am adventurous and love the outdoors .. I drive a 2010 Jeep wrangler 4 door Sport 6 speed manual and ride a Harley Davidson 2009 Ultra Classic. I paint in plain air, fish and my other passion is technology. I have been contemplating doing a podcast but never really had a topic. My daughter said to podcast my life..well, great idea. So this will be my Youtube channel with all the crazy stuff I do. I will record them a ...
 
Hablamos de todo lo referido al mundo lúdico de los juegos de mesa modernos. Tertulia sin azar. Sin entreturno... no lo podemos garantizar. Nuestras redes: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/destroqueladores/ twitter: https://twitter.com/Destroqeladores Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_mRnOrsHLVRvQzYjIjE4Aw/about música de la intro: Kind of light (2017) Dofhei Project https://www.jamendo.com/track/1414831/kind-of-light
 
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Four months after helping kill drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, Captain Humberto Coral is dead, and his son, Beto Coral, finds himself questioning the results of the official investigation into his father’s death. Captain Humberto Coral was a key member in the Search Bloc that hunted down and killed notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. Only a few months a…
 
Beto Coral se pregunta quién, cómo y por qué mataron a su padre, solo 4 meses después de que ayudó a matar al narcotraficante Pablo Escobar. El Capitán Humberto Coral fue un miembro clave en el Bloque de Búsqueda que persiguió y mató al temido narcotraficante Pablo Escobar. Solo unos meses después de la muerte de Escobar, el Capitán Coral es asesin…
 
Beto Coral, hijo del conflicto armado en Colombia, cuenta cómo el esperado período de paz tras la muerte de Pablo Escobar, nunca se produjo en su familia, ni en su país. El padre y héroe de Beto, el Capitán Humberto Coral, fue asesinado solo unos meses después del último operativo contra el capo en un extraño caso en Medellín, desde donde el capitá…
 
Beto Coral, a son of the armed conflict in Colombia, tells how the peace period in his home and country following Pablo Escobar’s death never occurred. Beto’s father and hero, Captain Humberto Coral, was assassinated a few months after the final operation against the capo in a strange assault in Medellin, from where the captain had requested transf…
 
From the essential skills and mindset needed to stay safe whilst moving through the mountains, from winter walking, to tackling treacherous climbs on ice and mixed terrain, Glenmore Lodge Chief Instructor, Heather Morning, and Mountain Guide Stu McAleese, are unrivalled in their experience of Scottish winter. Situated in the Cairngorms National Par…
 
Sharp decision making, thorough preparation, and understanding conditions and risks. Born and raised beneath Monte Bianco, Rab and Lowe Alpine’s Head of Design, Jacopo Buffachi, discusses the mindset and preparation needed to stay safe and make the most of backcountry ski touring. What are common hazards early season versus later in the year? What …
 
Season after season, Rab athlete Greg Boswell and Guy Robertson push the boundaries of the possible, making bold first ascents, often ground up, with little prior knowledge of what lies ahead. We ask them about the secret to finding good conditions, falling off, and balancing a climbing obsession with a regular job and family life. And, what went i…
 
If you’re looking for another newsworthy deep-dive, check out EXILE Content Studio’s latest show, Shoot the Messenger: Espionage, Murder, & Pegasus Spyware (subscribe here). In this series we’ll do a deep dive on the news stories that warrant a reexamination, and in season 1, we’ll focus on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the sophistic…
 
In this episode, Chamonix-based mountain guide, Boris Langenstein discusses the challenges of high-altitude skiing, with a big pack and little chance of rescue. This is true exploration where partnership and acceptance of risk are essential. How do you make good decisions when tired at such altitudes? What happens when one person is not strong enou…
 
Meticulous planning, physical and mental strain, and strong emotions: Rab athlete Jon Gupta talks us through the make-up of high-altitude mountaineering expeditions in the Himalayas. So, what kit is needed? What’s the secret of getting people to bond? How integral are Sherpas to a team’s success? And, how much does a trip like this cost?…
 
Based out of Squamish, Canada, Rab athletes Bronwyn Hodgins and Jacob Cook are no strangers to ambitious journeys across vast landscapes in search of adventurous first ascents. Having recently completed a 65-day human powered expedition along the coast of Greenland, the duo share insight into how they plan these impressive missions, how they secure…
 
Hailing from a land with little culture of alpinism, Rab athlete Faiçal Bourkiba discusses his dreams of developing winter climbing possibilities in Morocco, and the challenges of sourcing equipment from local markets. Full of alpine aspiration, Faiçal teamed up with fellow Rab athlete Jeff Mercier to bring two different worlds together for a first…
 
From groundbreaking first descents, to gnarly backcountry touring missions, Rab athlete and extreme snowboarder, Krister Kopala finds inspiration in exploring the mountain ranges of Northern Norway. Krister talks of cutting edge descents (including his latest film 'The White Giant'), and his journey from the speed of freeride snowboard to more nuan…
 
Chamonix-based Dutch mountain guide, Roeland Van Oss, set out to climb all 4000m peaks in the Alps in a summer, without using any powered transport to travel between them. In a year where the effects of climate change were felt across Europe more than ever, Roeland wanted to set an example of how we can all do small things to impact change. Just a …
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #44 Al parecer, se habría ocultado el origen pagano del nombre presentándolo como una variante del hebreo «Elisheva» («Elisabet») que significa 'juramento de Dios', 'Promesa de Dios' o ' Dios es mi juramento'. También se refiere a la combinación del nombre de la diosa egipcia Isis, y Bel el principal dios babilónico. …
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #42 El último presidente de la extinta Unión de Repúblicas Socialistas Soviéticas (URSS) Mikhail Gorbachov falleció recientemente a los 91 años en el Hospital Clínico Central de Moscú. Así lo confirmó la agencia estatal rusa de noticias Tass. “Hoy por la noche (martes), tras una larga enfermedad grave, Mikhail Sergeev…
 
When Marie Uri first got in to climbing, there were very few women who looked like her, neither her size nor her colour. Marie has type 2 diabetes, is neurodiverse and describes herself as being ‘a generous body type person’. Raised in Guadeloupe before moving to the suburbs of Paris to finish her schooling, Marie’s passion for languages ultimately…
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #41 En diciembre de 1974, El exguerrillero y brigadier retirado, Hugo Torres ayudó a liderar un escuadrón de guerrilleros nicaragüenses en una dramática toma de rehenes que logró la liberación de un miembro clave del Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional que había sido encarcelado por la dictadura de Anastasio Somo…
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #40 Salman Rushdie es un novelista británico-estadounidense nacido en la India. Su obra a menudo combina el realismo mágico con la ficción histórica. Es autor de novelas como: Grimus, Midnight's Children (que recibió el premio Booker en 1981), Shame, The Satanic Verses, Haroun and the Sea of ​​Stories, The Moor's Last…
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #39 La periodista argentina, Carolina Amoroso, luego de llegar a la peligrosa selva de Darién, en Panamá, pudo desde allí reflejar la situación que viven los cientos de migrantes que por allí pasan con la intención de llegar a pie hasta Estados Unidos. Indica que al llegar al también llamado «Tapón del Darién» para el…
 
London-based, proud Mum Chelle Nevill has struggled with her mental health over the years. It wasn’t until she discovered climbing, when she really started to make lasting progress. Chelle was diagnosed with depression in 2009 and says, “I have always done my best to try and be strong and overcome my own obstacles, but it wasn't until I found climb…
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #38 La inflación de Argentina superó en julio de este año a la de Venezuela y a la del resto de los países de América Latina. En este sentido, el ministro de Economía, Sergio Massa, indicó en su primera conferencia de prensa que los datos de los próximos dos meses serían los más duros para el Gobierno, pero confió en …
 
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #37 El Foro de São Paulo - grupo fundado en 1990 por Fidel Castro y el expresidente brasileño Luis Inácio Lula da Silva - es una alianza ideológica resistente que proporciona recomendaciones de políticas públicas extremistas a partidos políticos formales, movimientos sociales y grupos insurgentes en todo el hemisferio…
 
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