On this Episode of The UK Surf Show, we chat to Ruairidh from The Wave Project Scotland & Slab Surf and James his brother who runs Slab Surf. Slab is a Scottish surf clothing company with a blog about the Scottish surf scene, they also donate 10% of their profit
On this Episode we chat to Ollie, coach at The Wave and owner of The Surf Fit Academy Episode 38 “Body” – The Surf Fit Academy. On this episode, we chat to Ollie from The Surf Fit Academy Ollie is not only the owner and creator of The Surf Fit
On this episode of The UK Surf Show, we chat to Will and Liam from The Mindful Surfer Podcast in the first episode of our 3 part series; Mind, Body and Fuel When we decided to do a 3 part series on Mind, Body and Fuel, we thought who better
On this episode of The UK Surf Show, we were lucky enough to chat to Jim Kempton “surf media royalty” from Surfer Magazine , Quicksilver Crossing, Transworld, Billabong, author and much, much more. Jim Kempton is the type of guy who we could have done about 8 to 10 episodes
On Episode 35 of The UK Surf Show, we got to chat to Carl Prechezer, writer and director of the 1995 classic UK surf film Blue Juice. Carl Prechezer is a surfer, sup boarder and he is the writer and director of one of our favourite surf movies, Blue Juice.
On this episode “looking both ways” we look back at some of our favourite episodes so far and look forward at what’s to come. Pete and Leighton look back at some of their favourite guests and moments over the past six months as well as talking about what’s to come
What to say about Zara De Haldevang, the 32 year old who has gone from magazine editor in the Middle East to project managing various events and companies to becoming a surf instructor in North Devon and is now happier than ever? We found Zara’s positive outlook on life not
Surfers Against Sewage are one of the UK’s leading marine conservation charities and they are on an incredible mission to put an end to the throwaway plastic which enters the world’s oceans at a rate of 12 million tonnes per year. Think about that number. 12 MILLION TONNES! Even though