A Midsummer Misadventure with Dixe Wills (and a podcast bonus)

Wild camping sunrise

On a Midsummer’s Night Dixe Wills, travel writer and author of a new book on Britain’s tiny campsites, guides us on a ride from central London up the Lea Valley to a wild camping spot for a ‘sub twenty four hour overnight’. Various pitfalls ensure that little goes to plan.

The new Bike Show jersey is unveiled and – in a podcast only bonus – Andrew Neather of the Evening Standard explains why the newspaper came out for London’s cyclists.

3 Responses to A Midsummer Misadventure with Dixe Wills (and a podcast bonus)

  1. Ken Oakes July 1, 2011 at 9:59 pm #

    Jack
    I have enjoyed your podcasts for a couple years now, and am slowly and enjoyably working my way back through all your earlier shows.
    I have to congratulate you on the production quality of ‘A Midsummer Misadventure’. The narrative theme, the dialogue and the audio editing were superb.
    Thank you.
    Ken

  2. Jack July 6, 2011 at 9:44 am #

    Thanks, Ken. That’s very nice of you to say so. Thanks for listening.

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