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Best Stewart Spinks podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Stewart Spinks podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In 2011 he stood on a landmine in Afghanistan which left considerable damage to his left leg, after numerous operations and a long rehabilitation program Luke managed an amazing comeback and started to challenge his limits by entering the hardest marathons in the World. He took 2nd place in both the North Pole and Antarctica Marathons, and 1st plac…
 
This week, we have a real treat as I’m speaking with Peter Nelson, Director of Photography for a fantastic Beekeeping documentary called The Pollinators, so stayed tuned to hear what it takes to produce a beekeeping movie and to find out how you can get to watch it. Check out the movie here: The Pollinators Movie…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 93 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Another busy week and I’ve been out checking up on the colonies we fed last week. I’ve also had a question about early season colony management so stay tuned for more chat about making a great start to the new season. Welcome back to the podcast, if you’ve o…
 
Superb episode with ultra endurance athlete Dave Proctor, race director of Canada’s Out Run Rare Backyard event, he finished 3rd at Big’s last year, he holds the Canadian 24-hour road-running record of 257.093 kilometres, set on a looped road course in Turin, Italy, in 2015. He also holds the 72-hour record (500 kilometres), the 12-hour treadmill r…
 
Mountain Runner, Triathlete, Adventure Racer and Cyclist, winner of this years infamous Art O’Neill challenge which is a 55km race across country which follows Art O'Neill's historic escape from the Dublin Castle through the Dublin Mountains where Art met his Fate. Shaun was the inaugural winner of the seven Sisters skyline challenge in 2018 so we …
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 92 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Happy New Year, My first podcast of 2020 and a chance to update you on the top bar hive project, Winter feeding and an exciting new collaboration for the coming season. I know it’s a cliche but where oh where did that year go? And what on earth is happening …
 
Something super human with Dubliner Ger who decided to enter Deca Ironman UK and won it!! That's 10 long distance Triathlon events (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run) every day for 10 days. He followed that up with 52 Ironman events (long distance triathlon distances) in 52 weeks, which included 5 Ironmans in 5 days, and also triple Ironm…
 
Another epic podcast with this years winner of the Montane Spine race John Kelly, most know him as the last person to complete the infamous barkley marathon which has only had 15 finishers in the last 30 years, he’s a sub 9hr Ironman, he’s ran a 2.35 marathon on the streets of Newyork, and in this episode we break down both his spine adventure and …
 
Nicky holds numerous records, the most impressive to me has to be the triple double rounds of the Ramsey, Paddy Buckley and Bob Graham, for anyone who has completed any of these single rounds you will appreciate how testing this challenge was, a survivor of cancer, she’s an ambassador for Innov8 and last year she had the opportunity to take part in…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 91 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Here it is, as promised, Well, I’ve finally started my Top Bar Hive Project by getting into the workshop and watching Pete do all the woodwork! This week I’m discussing what the Top Bar Hive is all about, why I’ve chosen to give them a try and how we’re gett…
 
With not many more days left until Christmas is upon us, I thought I would tell you all about my letter to Santa detailing the potential gift ideas he may want to consider. Stay tuned for some very hopeful gift ideas from someone who thinks he’s been good all year. It has to be said our British weather is so changeable, I’m looking out at another s…
 
With numerous people waiting to hear have they been lucky enough to get into Chamonix this year, we have a special guest on the podcast Damian Hall who started running in 2011 with a 1:40 half marathon, that turned into an obsession which resulted in him coming 5th in UTMB in 2018, podiumed the Spine Race and The Dragon's Back, completing FKT acros…
 
Something different this week Irish Athletics Endurance athlete of the year, race walker Brendan Boyce talks about his recent success in coming 6th in the world athletic championships in the 50km event. He is the current Irish National champion and with pbs of 1:24:28 (6:48 min/mile pace walking!!!) and 3:48:55 over his main event 50km distance you…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 89 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. With winter upon us, it’s time to talk oxalic acid treatments. So let’s look at what it is, how it works and the options available for beekeepers to take care of their bees this Winter. Links discussed in this week's podcast: https://www.gov.uk/government/or…
 
Just to close the loop on the Big Dog’s Backyard we have Will Hayward on the podcast this week, he gained entry through winning Boar’s backyard Ultra with a respectable 25 loops just scraping past the 100 mile mark. His main aim going into the backyard wasn’t to contest winning but to find out how far he could challenge his own limits, well he done…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 88 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. It’s never too early to start planning for the new season so this week I’m starting to look at my plans for next year so stay tuned for some new hive plans and some thoughts on what we’ll be getting up to for 2020 Welcome to another podcast, and as I prepare…
 
As the UTMB registration opens today the 17th Dec I thought I’d release a UTMB special with our very own Eoin Keith who has after 3 DNFs in a row in Chamonix set a goal of hitting a podium in his age group in each of the UTMB races this year and he does exactly that and more by winning the UTMB OMAN race outright, he also came second in a very publ…
 
The year was 1972, it was a troublesome time in Belfast but through all that darkness shone a very bright light in the form of the Olympic Pentathlon winner Mary Peters, not only did she win the event by a mere 10 points out of 4800 but Mary aged 33 smashed all her own pbs to break the world record. This is a comprehensive journey through Mary’s li…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 86 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. This week I’m taking a look back at how this season’s beekeeping has been for me personally and sharing my plans for next year as we head into the long Winter haul. Firstly, this week, I wanted to send my best wishes to all of the beekeepers around the globe…
 
Who could forget the world champs in 1991 where Liz McColgan destroyed the field in Tokyo on a hot and humid night to take gold, one of the greatest 10,000m races of all time. 1991 was an amazing year for Liz giving birth to her daughter Eilish, winning the New York marathon taking 3 min of the world record for fastest marathon debut, and being rew…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 86 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet, The bees are settling down for the long Autumn and Winter haul but here at Beekeeping HQ there’s seems to be more than ever to sort. Stay tuned for the latest update on my beekeeping journey including Trucks, Trailers and Treatments. Finally, I’m back on my …
 
We have another awesome episode for you this week Maggie Guterl from Pennsylvania who was the first female winner of the Big Dog's Back Yard Ultra. The race consists of a 4.1666 mile loop on the property of Lazarus Lake in Bell Buckle Tennessee, the runners have 60 minutes to complete the loop and get back on the start line ready to go again before…
 
We have an awesome episode for you this week the world’s most notorious race director Lazarus Lake who is the architect of Big Dog's Back Yard Ultra & the infamous Barkley Marathon which has been named as the most gruel some race on the planet. A runner himself who has ran a 1:19 half marathon, 74 miles in a 12hr event, and if that isn’t impressive…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 85 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet, It’s the road to recovery for me and our regular monthly Questions and Answers session for everyone else! Firstly, Thank you, everyone, for your kind thoughts regarding my back problems, I’m hopeful that things are starting to settle down and normal service …
 
What an exceptional episode we have for you the this week, Omagh’s Jill McCann has run just over 5000 miles this year and is on course to run an average of over 100 miles a week for the calendar year. She only started running 4 years ago and since then she has ran 175 marathons with about 40% of those being ultras, this year alone she has ran five …
 
A podcast with a bit of difference this week, I pulled a few runners together that had competed in the Garmin Skyline to accommodate Mark Stephens podcast who came third in the race however I had a glitch with the mic and lost his recording. So instead of having a short chat about the race Barry McCarrol, Choc Murphy and Ryan Carson from Slieve Gul…
 
From a 3:15 marathon in 2015 to running the 5th fastest marathon time ever recorded by an Irish female runner in Dublin last week, with an astonishing result 2:32:34. She's worked hard over the last few years to become our 2019 Irish National Marathon Champion, this win makes Aoife one of our best prospect for Tokyo Olympics next year. **The is our…
 
What a weekend with over 22, 500 people taking to the streets of Dublin for its 40th Marathon, we have Mourne Runner Adrian Bennett on the show this week who at 52 years of age is the oldest member of Olympian Paul Pollock’s DreamRunDublin team but as we are starting to learn age no longer is a barrier for marathon running and Adrian already graces…
 
An epic podcast this week from a Belfast runner, original from county Derry Michael Regan who turns out to be a great story teller as well as a great long distance runner, he’s relatively new to the world of ultra running but pulls out an amazing performance to win the inaugural 'On The Run From The Crum' which is a unique running event which start…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 84 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet, This week I have a question for you, how big is your brood box? Having just taken ownership of my first 14 by 12 hives I thought I would take a look at how this brood box compares to the other hives I have, so stay tuned for some interesting results. Catch u…
 
Back to the mountains this week with International Runner Gillian Wasson who can often be seen on the podium of home races winning the likes of the challenging Seven Sisters Skyline in Donegal, her success has seen her represent both Ireland and N.Ireland in various races across Europe pulling in bronze medals during the masters in consecutive year…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 83 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet, and this week I’m returning to the topic of Sugar Syrup and the various types available out there if you choose not to make your own and I’ve also been continuing the apiary clean up at the fishing lakes. The distractions continue and caused quite a disrupti…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 82 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Following on from last week, today, I’m talking about Autumn preparations and looking at the sugar syrup I used to feed my bees through the Autumn to help the bees get through to next Spring. Catch up with the very latest podcasts here My Cycle Ride Challeng…
 
I’ve been looking forward to recording this episode for a long time, a good friend of mine Hugh Rooney from Kilkeel Co.Down now living in Newry, three years ago weighed in at an astonishing 22 st 9lb, motivated by his daughters wedding he now stands on the scales at an amazing 13st 6lb which means he has lost just over 9st. This podcast is a must l…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 81 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. This week I’m looking at feeders for getting those all important stores into our colonies in time for the coming Autumn and Winter. Catch up with more of my beekeeping journey by checking out the continually growing content list on my Patreon page www.patreo…
 
Last weekend we had our competition winners Paddy Rowe and Owen Fenton join us for a retreat weekend running in the Mourne Mountains, so I decided to take the opportunity to do a podcast on the two ultra runners who have both ran 100 mile races. This really is just a bit of Ultra banter with Paddy seconds from death last year after a bad accident a…
 
We have one of Ireland’s up and coming Marathon Runners on the podcast this week David Flynn from Dublin who recently ran 63 min 48 sec in the Charleville Half Marathon, passing through 10k in 29 min 45 sec which is an astonishing times during marathon build up. He is one of the most focused runners that I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and after a…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 79 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. I’ve got lots happening this week, wasps robbing, starving bees, an emergency location system and it’s pizza night at the beekeeping group. I recently posted a 60-second video to my Patreon page showing some wasps raiding a very weak colony, so weak in fact …
 
Your in for another Ultra episode this week, it does hit 2hr but when you compete in a race that is 200 miles long there’s a lot to talk about, our guest is a well known face around the Mournes a member of BARF running club and is linked to events such as the Denis Rankin Round and the Garmin Skyline. In this episode Aaron talks to us about his adv…
 
This week I’m in the honey room preparing cut comb and chunk honey, cleaning up after extraction week and I’ve also been in the kitchen cooking up a fabulous Honey, Taleggio Cheese and Red Onion Tart so keep listening for the recipe. I’ve definitely seen a change in the activity within our colonies this last week, the local forage has all but disap…
 
In this episode our host Robbie Marsh talks about the registration process, the set backs, the training and the learning that helped him forge his way to the finish of one of the greatest trail runs on the planet the 101km CCC in Chamonix.Learning how to accept the suffering is a key message in this podcast, what's maybe not so evident is gaining t…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 77 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Who’d have thought we’d be extracting honey so soon, the Summer season has flown by and I’m heading into the honey room to get set up to extract the Summer supers over the weekend? Listen on for a rundown of my extraction set up and how I extract from over s…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 76 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. August has arrived and it’s time to start thinking about jobs that need to be completed in order to prepare the colonies for the colder months ahead. Another week and it’s been a period of changeable weather, a few more thundery showers mixed in with some br…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 75 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. I’m sat in my office preparing this week’s podcast in 32 degrees heat which for us beekeepers here in Norfolk in the UK is somewhat uncomfortable but as I gradually melt my thoughts are turning to Late Summer Treatments in preparation for the coming Autumn a…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 74 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. Catch up with the latest episodes HERE This week I’m following up on a question posted by one of our Patrons regarding swarm management and general inspections through the active season. If inspecting your bee hive gives you a feeling of impending doom each …
 
Really don't know where to start with Stephen, he's completed all world of the world major marathons including Boston 2013 when the terrorist attacks took place, he's ran marathons in over 20 countries covering Argentina, Australia, Cyprus, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Holland, N. Ireland, Norway, Palestine, Scotland, So…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 73 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. It’s our monthly Questions and Answers session today so stay tuned for some cracking questions and hopefully my helpful replies. Before we get into the questions my weekly round-up has the distinct taste of disaster about it and not really about beekeeping! …
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 72 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. It’s July and the final month of our Summer nectar flow, the bees are busy filling Supers and we’ve been hit by another bout of CBPV. There are jobs that need attention for this month too, so keep listening for this week's updates. Welcome back to another we…
 
Keeping with the Mountain theme we have local runner Sarah Hanna who was up until five weeks ago known by her maiden name Sarah Graham, she just returns from the 44th International Snowdon mountain race where she flew the flag for her country for the second year in a row on Snowdon. She hasn't been running for that long but continues to go from str…
 
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