I decided to do what I did last year at this time and share several of my favorite DestinySurvival Radio shows of this past year. You might think of it as DestinySurvival Radio’s “greatest hits.”
The following shows are listed mostly in reverse chronological order, which doesn’t represent any sort of ranking other than by date. I’ve included parts one and two of a couple of entries because they go hand in hand.
Click any of the highlighted dates below to listen to or download DestinySurvival Radio programs. As an extra feature, I’ve included links to blog posts I’ve written about the shows because they contain valuable links.
December 6, 2012–George Ure of www.UrbanSurvival.com talks about Broken Web The Coming Collapse of the Internet. (At the end of 2012, this was the most popular DestinySurvival Radio show ever. It’s been downloaded tens of thousands of times.(
November 29, 2012–Gaye Levy, the Survival Woman, from BackdoorSurvival.com talks about 11 Steps to Living a Strategic Life, the book she co-authored with George Ure. It’s not your typical prepper book.
November 15, 2012–Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, authors of The Survival Medicine Handbook, talk about first aid kits.
November 8, 2012–Anna Hess talks about The Weekend Homesteader: A Twelve-Month Guide to Self-Sufficiency.
September 6, 2012–Clinical psychologist Dr. Steven Futrell returns to talk about normalcy bias and situational awareness.
June 14, 2012–Madonna Spitler, CEO of Celox discusses this product for stopping bleeding, which you should have in your survival first aid kit.
May 31, 2012–Get no nonsense prepping guidance from Brian Howard, author of When Things Go Boom!.
April 5, 2012–Part 1 of 2–Vance Lindstrom, author of Rebuilding a Village, talks about community and putting life back together after a collapse.
May 17, 2012–Part 2 of 2–Vance Lindstrom, author of Rebuilding a Village, returns to talk about rebuilding society after a collapse.
March 22, 2012–Dennis Evers talks about How to Handle a Crisis–everything from tornadoes to terrorism to first aid and more.
February 2, 2012–Part 1 of 2–What about the vehicle you’ll use if you need to bug out? And what will you do for shelter? Scott B. Williams discusses these and more. He’s author of Bug Out Vehicles and Shelters.
March 1, 2012–Part 2 of 2–Scott B. Williams, author of Bug Out Vehicles and Shelters makes a return visit.
February 16, 2012–Part 1 of 2–Matthew Stein discusses threats to our survival. He’s the author of When Technology Fails and When Disaster Strikes.
April 12, 2012–Part 2 of 2–Matthew Stein returns to talk about solar flares, our inner compass, and alternative health. He’s the author of When Technology Fails and When Disaster Strikes.
February 9, 2012–Meet the Freeze Dry Guy.
This has been a good year for DestinySurvival Radio. It’s hard to believe the show has finished its second year. I’m glad and grateful to have been given the opportunity to embark on what I still think of as an adventure.
Picking out the top handful of shows was hard. I’ve had to leave many good shows out. For example, Dennis Evers has been on a few times to talk about prepping on a budget. Scott B. Williams was on in late July to talk about his novel, The Pulse. And Paul Munsen was on in September to talk about the wonderful Sun Oven.
My apologies to any of the guests I’ve interviewed who might have expected to see their show on this “greatest hits” listing. It wasn’t easy to narrow down my list to the shows linked above.
DestinySurvival Radio has allowed me to meet interesting and informative guests, and it’s been my privilege and pleasure to share what they have to offer with you. One of the benefits of doing the show is that I’ve made some friends and useful connections along the way. I look forward to more of the same in the coming year.
Thanks as always for your support of DestinySurvival Radio this past year and for the new year to come.
Your feedback is always welcome. Let me know if you have show or guest suggestions. And don’t forget, you can hear any show by going to my DestinySurvival Radio page.