Countrystride in the Ullswater Valley
The Countrystride Podcast celebrates the landscapes, culture, heritage and people of Cumbria and the Lake District through a unique blend of immersive field recordings, inspiring commentary and interviews, all shaped into a single walk presented by author, illustrator and ex-farmer Mark Richards and produced by David Felton.
Countrystride has visited the Ullswater Valley on a number of occasions.
Miles MacInnes celebrates the 60th anniversary of a decisive House of Lords speech that saved Ullswater from becoming a reservoir. Miles also talks about Pooley Bridge's fishy past and why Ullswater might be the best lake of all.
The John Muir Trust is the charity which manages the Glenridding Common
Archaeologist Bruce Bennison compresses 7,000 years of Cumbrian history into 45 minutes
As well as raising awareness of single-use plastic pollution and asking us to consider 'Another Way' of consuming, Amy talks about her love of the fells and wild swimming.
Terry Abraham's 'Life of a Mountain' documentaries have captured the essence of the Lakeland fells - and the communities that live among them - in a way that no others have