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Schnitzel Show - Paul Pritchard Interview

© Wolfgang Schüssler

Wolfgang 'Schnitzel' Schüssler is a German climber who, like many others, recently found himself locked down at home with plenty of spare time on his hands. He decided to start a series of live YouTube video interviews with professional climbers to 'pick their brains' on topics outside of general climbing chat. Politics, philosophy - on the Schnitzel Show, anything goes.

Since kicking off the series, 'Wolf' has donned pirate clobber with Pete Whittaker, talked cocktails with Emma Twyford and discussed flow state with Hazel Findlay from his Frankenjura home.

The characters and topics he chooses are wide-ranging, and the live aspect leads to unexpected and humorous twists, with the occasional technical difficulty.

In his latest episode, Wolf chats to Tasmania-based British legend Paul Pritchard about his life-changing accident on The Totem Pole and his upcoming book.

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26 Jun

This was really wholesome! Thanks.

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