We had to come back with a cracker, didn't we?
Most Scottish based sea kayakers have heard stories about a Greenland kayaker washed up on a Scottish beach centuries ago. I'd always assumed the story lay somewhere in the blurred, grey area between myth and history.
It not only turns out to be true, but it seems a whole community might have been living off Orkney. By any standards, that is an excellent story. What's more, it's a mystery, because no-one could successfully explain how they got there.
Norman Rogers new book, which I wrote about last week, Searching for the Finmen, gets as close to an explanation as I think anyone will ever find. Buy the book here.
So naturally, Norman is the subject of our first podcast in the newly re-launched SeaKayakPodcasts.com.
Find us on iTunes and please leave a (nice!) review.
Updates and direct links to podcasts will also be on our Twitter Feed - SKPodcasts.
There will be one new podcast at the start of each month.
During the month, I'll also publish some older episodes from the archive as I gradually migrate onto the new system.
With more than seventy recordings it is taking some time. Or listen to the streaming version here.