The Ski Podcast turns 60

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The Ski Podcast turns 60

Iainm posted Dec-2019

According to the latest figures from RAJAR, podcasts there are now 8.4m regular listeners in the UK – a 40% increase on a year earlier.

'The Ski Podcast' is one of thousands of podcasts available, but while some start with a flurry, but then stop after only a few episodes, the team behind 'The Ski Podcast' have just published their 60th episode.



Magazine-style format

The podcast was founded by Iain Martin and Jim Duncombe in September 2017 and attracts thousands of listeners every month.

The format is an informal, fun magazine-style, with news and interviews, covering all aspects of snowsports. Recent episodes have included reviews of the London Ski and Snowboard Festival and the High Five Festival in Annecy; features about skiing in Japan, Montenegro and Morocco; advice on the Haute Route, travelling as a single skier and taking a motorhome to a ski resort.

Celebrity interviews

Celebrities interviewed on the podcast include Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards, Billy Morgan, Chemmy Alcott, Graham Bell and Ed Leigh. In February 2018, Iain and Jim produced a daily podcast for the entire period of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

Listen wherever you download your podcasts

Episodes are usually less than an hour long and you can listen to them wherever you usually download your podcasts, or simply by going to www.theskipodcast.com



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