#3RDROCKLIVE SERIES

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Episode 1: Nico Hambleton & Jerome Mowat

Meet the duo behind the Kendal Mountain Festival award winning film 'Lock Down Rock Up'.

Director Nico Hambleton & Paramedic/Climber Jerome Mowat discuss the national success of the film that captured the pressure front line NHS staff came under during the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, and how Jerome's relationship with climbing deepened as a coping mechanism against the ever mounting pressure of the job.

Episode 2: Jesse & Molly Dufton

Many climbers dream of the Old Man of Hoy sea stack in Scotland. An adventurous route for anyone, Jesse Dufton completed the first ‘non-sight’ lead. He was climbing blind - and this is only part of the extensive roster of hard rock climbs he has completed.
 
Born with 20% central vision, Jesse has a rare genetic disease that breaks down the retinas’ cells. Aged 30 his vision was reduced to just light perception. Overcoming this challenge, Jesse is a @GBParaclimbingTeam member and leads incredible trad routes with his sight guide and partner Molly, including Forked Lightening Crack E2 5c.

Episode 3: Caroline Treadway, Alizee Dufraisse & DR Rachel Evans

An open discussion about eating disorders in climbing with 3RD ROCK Ambassador Alizée Dufraisse, Director of the recent eye-opening documentary film LIGHT Caroline Treadway & DR Rachel Evans-an eating disorder recovery therapist.
 
3RD ROCK Ambassador Alizée Dufraisse will be discusses her own personal experience on the subject as a professional climber and competitive pole vaulter and we’ll open up the discussion with Caroline to bring more exposure onto the subject while Rachel will provide a professional insight into the deep roots that can cause and effect disordered eating.
 
LIGHT is an eye opening documentary about eating disorders in professional climbing and can be seen free on YouTube in an effort to bring into focus the seen but not spoken about the topic of eating disorders within climbing.

Episode 4: Gilly McArthur

Although Gilly is known for cold water swimming, she is also an accomplished climber, illustrator, and co-organiser of the
Women's Trad Festival
.
In January Gilly was part of a team of wild swimmers who got into the water everyday to raise over £45,000 for Crisis, the UK's homelessness charity.
 
Gilly has an incredible life story, and has raised huge sums of money for various charities. Join us to hear all about it.