Beneath the Stream

is creating A podcast about the human experience in the non-human world

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Beneath the Stream is a unqiue podcast exploring the human experience in the non-human world. Ian, Colin and their guests will, with each episode, explore topics that teach us lessons about our place in the landscape, the other species' we share our world with, and our changing relationships with the natural world around us. We want artists, writers, film-makers, musicians, actors, and scientists to join us in creating something special. We have travelled the world in search of the experiences that have shaped us and our work - we want you to join us the rest of our journey.

Colin Williams is a writer, speaker and curator for all things wild. He is the author of Shadows in the Hay which has been praised as ‘a thoughtful exploration of our cultural estrangement from nature; an elegant homage to the landscapes and places that shape us.’ Colin has written for many publications and organisations such as The Guardian, Earthlines, the National Trust, BBC Wildlife, Slightly Foxed, and Orion Magazine. He has worked as a conservationist and guide, and his words have appeared alongside the work of some of our most respected artists.

Ian Rowlands has life of world travels and close contact with many of the planet’s wild creatures as a result of years spent guiding groups of people to powerful experiences with animals in the natural world. Subsequently he has been the director of large-scale festivals and events such as WhaleFest that seek to reconnect people with our oceans and marine life through art, science and culture. Still questing, still awakening, and certain of remarkably few things, Ian is focussed on writing and podcasting about spiritual discovery, wilderness, and how people can best reconnect with their wild soul.

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