Welcome to the Kindness Project, the podcast designed to share stories of kindness and share how kindness can make positive change in our world, one small act at a time.
In this week’s episode we talked about Haircuts, Wetherspoons and we have part 3 of our interview with Martha Lawton from the podcast Squanderlust
Kindness Intro Chat
Question of the Podcast 15:22
Kindness News – Cat Edition
we have part 3 of our interview with Martha Lawton from the podcast Squanderlust 24:30
Answers to last week’s question of the podcast
What is your greatest sporting achievement?
Sam Chilton – Beat the Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew in a swimming race! I was 7 and It was Doggy paddle (and I only learnt to swim that week) and completed the Turin boarder cross course with the Olympic team (I may have been on my backside the whole 2km!) 45:11
Steve Dann – Winning the Barking and District Sunday League 3rd Division Cup 1987/88 45:35
Dr Johnny Bananas – Of course, achievements don’t always have to be about performance, just being able to say “I was there” is sometimes enough – So today I joined what I assume is quite a select club having spent the day playing cricket at Lords to add to playing rugby at Twickenham decades ago 45:42
Scott Ferguson – I can 132nd out of 150 in a cross country race when I was at school. Admittedly this does not sound impressive but I ran half of the race with a nail through my shoe and sticking in to my foot. I can only assume the 18 people I beat were really badly injured. 46:01
IronPhil – Torn between winning a national championship in motorsport – and completing an Ironman Triathlon despite twice facing the very real risk of being permanently in a wheelchair. I’d go with the Ironman, I think. 46:44
Jon – I came 18th in a 24 hour mountain bike race, Mountain Mayhem. All the more impressive because I was on a singlespeed, a bike with only one gear. The only reason I was that stroing was because I’d been unemployed for a few months so had got plenty of riding practice in. 47:10