In this week's show we answer three questions from Goldie, Tasso and Sophia with help from special guest expert Zephyr Wildman.
Zephyr is a wonderful yoga teacher who teaches in London as well as on retreats around the world and knows all about yoga.
We find out how yoga helps us with focus, memory and resilience and how practicing can help us feel more peaceful. We discover the history of yoga – how it began in Northern India, how priests started it and when it came over to the west. Also it’s really fun to make yoga shapes with our bodies!
We talk about the fastest dog in the world, the Greyhound as well as some of the slowest and the reasons why they run fast or slowly and how all dogs love a good walk and run each day.
We find out how rabbits bounce as well as the Grand Nationals for rabbits held in Norway and other countries.
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Molly Oldfield studied History at Oxford before becoming a QI elf, writing and researching questions for the BBC quiz show for twelve years. She has written three books. They are The Secret Museum, a book about all the things that are in museums that rarely, if ever, go on display; Wonders of the World’s Museums filled with things you can see, and Natural Wonders of the World about all kinds of creatures and places on our beautiful planet we call home.
This podcast will also be published as Everything Under the Sun – A Year of Curious Questions in September 2021 by Ladybird at Penguin Random House.
More about Zephyr and her classes here: https://zephyryoga.com
With thanks to Ash Gardner, Tyler Simmons Dale, Billy Colours, Audio Networks.
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