WildTrekker is a fluid kind of sound art. In this series of weekly podcasts, George presents a writer’s notebook: audio chapters from ongoing works, soundscapes, adventures, interviews, reflections, original plays, stories-behind-stories, jam sessions with musicians, and more…
George shares what it was like making his feature film about polar explorer Roald Amundsen
George interviews philosopher Charles Taylor about human identity and the challenges of organizational control.
In this archival interview, George accurately predicts the very day Sir John Sulston wins the Nobel Prize.
George meets writer, conservationist and explorer John Hare, who crossed the Sahara riding a camel.
Composer Emily Doolittle tells George why blackbird and humpback whale songs fascinate her.
In this final episode of a three-part series, George explores the Arrow of Time
In this second episode of a three-part series, George explores the Arrow of Time.
In this first episode of a three-part series, George explores the Arrow of Time.
Marine biologist Richard Sears shares insights into the whales of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Holocaust survivor Nechama Tec has devoted her life to studying the meaning of compassion.
The science fiction and prophecies of H. G. Wells bring together the good, the bad and the ugly.
In the sound poem "Voyage Beyond the Ends of the Earth", an Arctic supply ship plunges into the supernatural.
Author and former hostage Brian Keenan tells George about his captivity in Lebanon and subsequent healing in Patagonia.
George invents a hyperspace time machine, to revisit his first years as a journalist.