Mick Fanning
Listen now
Description
Australian surfing legend Mick Fanning talks about what he learned over his career, about family and the loss of two of his brothers along the way, about surfing under the Northern Lights and off the end of a glacier and, of course, about punching sharks, even though he loves them. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
More Episodes
Five time winner of the Australian Open, Logie-winning TV and radio host, author, disability advocate and organiser of Australia’s most inclusive music festival, Dylan Alcott is a human Energiser Bunny. This rocket-fuelled interview covers his life and the impact he hopes to have on Australia. ...
Published 07/15/19
Well before her 18th birthday, Jade became the youngest person ever to complete what’s known as The Polar Hat Trick, skiing to the North Pole, the South Pole and across the Greenland Ice Cap, braving temperatures below minus 50, mortal danger, constant pain and, toughest of all, having to share a...
Published 07/10/19
You loved Stephen Curry in The Castle. You loved him as Graham Kennedy in The King. From his teenage debut in Fast Forward, he’s been a constant presence on our screens. In this revealing interview, you’ll meet the Stephen Currys you may not already know: song and dance man, exiled cub scout,...
Published 07/03/19