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National Geographic Emerging Explorer Kenny Broad shares the secrets of 300-foot blue holes found on the Bahamas. He's able to learn about the island's climate past, as well as what animals and people made it home. (photo by Wes Skiles/National Geographic)
National Geographic Emerging Explorer Kenny Broad shares the secrets of 300-foot blue holes found on the Bahamas. He’s able to learn about the island’s climate past, as well as what animals and people made it home. (photo by Wes Skiles/National Geographic)

Every week, embark with host Boyd Matson on an exploration of the latest discoveries and interviews with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, on National Geographic Weekend.

Please check listings near you to find the best way to listen to National Geographic Weekend on radio, or listen below!

HOUR 1

- Some adventures require years of preparation and planning. If you ask Felix Starck, cycling around the world isn’t one of those adventures. Starck came up with the idea to ride his bike around the world in January, 2013; he left five months later. He pulled his bike back into Herxheim, Germany 365 days, 22 countries and more than 11,000 miles pedaled later. Starck says that the toughest part of the ride was “all of Asia,” and one of his favorite parts of the ride was pedaling up one of the world’s steepest roads in New Zealand. Starck plans to turn his year pedaling into a documentary. —> Read More Here

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