How do you become an explorer? And what does an explorer do? These are questions we get all the time. In this National Geographic Kids podcast, we’ll talk to eleven explorers who contribute to science and exploration through different fields. Learn about the challenges and inspirations they find along the way. From digging for ancient artifacts to gazing at the stars, these National Geographic Explorers have had adventures in the farthest-flung reaches of the world, and in their own backyards. They are scientists, explorers, and leaders who took risks and overcame problems to become who they are today. We want to share some of their amazing stories with you—and show you How We Explore.
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Heard of this from Greeking out for my kids as it’s right up their street. Sadly the presenting isn’t natural, with forced humour and a patronising tone and the audio quality of the interviews is super poor. It’s such a great idea and I really hope it finds its feet. I’ll be dipping back in to see how it goes in later eps, but after one and a half my kids couldn’t get into it.
This podcast inspired me to want to be a scientist thank you so much!!!
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I only heard of this podcast from greeking out
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