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Best Condé Nast Traveler podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Condé Nast Traveler podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This fascinating travel podcast explores the world in a meaningful way as writer Daniel Scheffler (New York Times, Condé Nast, Wall Street Journal) takes a carefree and open approach to travel. Covering a variety of purposeful topics, each episode focuses on a specific theme framed as a travel commandment to guide listeners when traveling, regardless of wealth or comfort level. Everywhere reinvents the journey and invites you to open your mind and experience some humanity.
 
The Travel Broadcast is a podcast that gathers travel industry insiders for informative and inspiring discussions about modern travel. We review exciting destinations around the world, recommend interesting itineraries, report on the latest developments shaping the way we travel and occasionally feature guests with a great travel story to tell. We host a variety of esteemed guests including prominent travel writers, photographers, media personalities, tourism representatives and business lea ...
 
Welcome to Going Places — a podcast by Arlo Skye. We are a direct to consumer brand that makes travel pieces for design lovers. We launched in late 2016 with an award winning carry-on that’s been featured in Vogue, The New York Times, Bloomberg Pursuits, and Conde Nast Traveler. I’m your host Mayur - co-founder of Arlo Skye.This podcast explore the habits, life lessons and travel routines of leaders in design. They are shaping the world around us and they’re always on the move.
 
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If we’ve learned anything in recent months, it’s to appreciate the journey just as much as the destination. And when it comes to modern travel, this idea couldn’t be more timely—just ask Lale Arikoglu. As the Senior Lifestyle Editor of Condé Nast Traveler, Lale has combined her journalistic roots and love of travel to create a space that informs an…
 
The Pitchfork Review is the music podcast you've always wanted, from the most trusted voice in music. Starting July 10, join host Puja Patel, Pitchfork's Editor-in-Chief, as she digs deep into the week's best new music and rising artists, plus all the industry news and culture you need to know. Peek behind the curtain of Pitchfork and dive into the…
 
While we truly love to drink wine, we would hardly call ourselves experts. And after downing quite a few delicious bottles over the last few months without a sommelier or bartender to guide us, we thought we'd check in with two of the least snobby wine snobs we know: Women Who Travel contributor Shanika Hillocks and Helen's Wines' Helen Johannesen.…
 
We've been spending a lot of time at home these days, which means more time staring at the art on our walls, the tchotchkes on our shelves, and the souvenirs we've chosen to display. It's also made us think about how to find more meaningful souvenirs on future trips—pieces that bring back memories of trips, a sense of place, or a glimpse of history…
 
This episode was originally broadcast in July 2019. With music festivals on hold this summer, we thought we'd share one of our favorite episodes from last year, recorded live at Pitchfork Festival in Chicago. Lale teamed up with Pitchfork's senior social media manager Vrinda Jagota to chat about travel, music, and more with Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Nao…
 
Since this season is sure to be unlike any other high season, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we've been asking a lot of questions about summer travel here at Traveler—from how much we'll be traveling, to how we'll be getting around, to where we'll stay. And this week, we're tackling all of those questions (and more) in one episode with…
 
Emily Schildt’s appetite for life has created the foundation for a life well-lived—and well-traveled. Emily is the founder of Pop Up Grocer, a traveling grocery store that showcases hundreds of products from over 150 innovative food, beverage, home, pet, and body care brands. Since the shop’s inception, Emily has brought Pop Up Grocer around the co…
 
In the wake of ongoing protests against police brutality and systemic racism across the U.S. and all industries, much has been made of listening and learning—and amplifying Black voices in the process. Which is why this week, we’re passing the mic. Hosted by Them's executive editor Whembley Sewell, featuring Jessica Nabongo and Evita Robinson, our …
 
This week, we're joined by Moonlynn Tsai, co-owner of Bon Appetit Hot List winner Kopitiam, and Mei Lin, from the James Beard-nominated Nightshade, who share their stories about everything from how they've found support systems in other restaurant owners to what they're cooking at home right now, and, most importantly, how you can support the resta…
 
As we enter a new era of Slow Stories, we're excited to keep relaunch week going by introducing the second installment of our segment, Soul Stories. If you've listened to past episodes of Slow Stories, you might be aware that we begin each episode with a "slow story" contributed by a member of our community. These stories have inspired each of our …
 
Nikki Smith is a professional rock climber, boulderer, photographer, writer, and climbing guidebook publisher, with more than 150 first ascents under her belt. She also just happens to be transgender. An advocate for the LGBTQ+ community in the outdoors and an ally fighting for diversity and inclusion in climbing and beyond, she's taking a break fr…
 
Novelist, memoirist, screenwriter, reader, mother, daughter. Stephanie Danler’s title isn’t singular, and perhaps that is what makes her such a compelling storyteller. If you’ve read Stephanie’s work, you might already be aware of her gift for writing about the human experience in a way that captures your heart, and sometimes breaks it, due to her …
 
With the near-constant stream of coronavirus news on our feeds these days, we understand if you want to run screaming from another coronavirus-related chat. But we promise this is not all doom and gloom. In fact, we hope that by answering some of the most frequently asked questions about travel and the coronavirus (Should you cancel a fall trip? Ho…
 
This episode originally aired in June 2019. In this wild time, Lale and I have found ourselves going back to the episode we recorded with Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert last year. Our conversation was filled with a little grief, a lot of joy, and plenty of travel wisdom—all of which we need right now to tide us over until we can travel fr…
 
Unless you're an essential worker, chances are your work travel has slowed down a lot recently. For comedian and actress Catherine Cohen, the world on pause has meant postponing her upcoming tour in Australia and swapping her weekly show Cabernet Cabaret, at New York City's Club Cumming, for Instagram live performances streamed out of the Berkshire…
 
We need the escape that books provide now more than ever. So this week, we're joined by the National Book Foundation's Lisa Lucas, calling in from Los Angeles, and New York Times-bestselling author and Books Are Magic owner Emma Straub, who's currently self-isolating with her family in Brooklyn. Throughout the episode, we share the books that are t…
 
Earlier this month, we put a call out on our Instagram and asked you to share what travel stories you were interested in hearing more of during this time of uncertainty. There were so many great ideas, some of which we'll be tackling over the coming weeks. One that stuck with us was a request to hear how our personal travel plans were being affecte…
 
At the beginning of this year, Sarah Khan decided to settle down—well, at least get an apartment of her own to call a home base after eight years of traveling and subletting full time, thanks to her job as a travel writer. She didn't plan to take a trip until March, a travel hiatus that's now been extended indefinitely due to coronavirus. As she st…
 
The art of socializing has changed drastically, thanks to the advent of the internet. While technology can serve as a powerful mode for connection, there are a few people who understand the unique value of gathering around a table — especially if it’s good enough for the gram. Jessica Latham is one of these individuals. As co-founder of Social Stud…
 
We're back—albeit this time from a closet in Dallas and a Brooklyn living room, rather than the podcast studio. This week, we're joined by comedian and actor Jenny Slate, who, despite growing up thinking the only way to have a relaxing vacation was at the beach, has traveled everywhere from Norway's Lofoten archipelago above the Arctic Circle to Ch…
 
We sat down with Samin Nosrat just after the premiere of her Netflix show, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, to talk about how she managed to transform a cookbook into a piece of television in such a short amount of time, how growing up eating Iranian food informed her own cooking, and why, in her opinion, a PB&J counts as a legitimate dinner option. Most imp…
 
This week's episode is a rerun from October 2019. We'll be back with new episodes (recorded from home) soon. As we all spend more time taking solitary walks—and relishing in Facetime and Zoom-based friendships—it made sense to share this episode where two best friends practice the French art of flaneuring, or wandering without intention. Since most…
 
We envisioned kicking off a new season of Slow Stories on a different note, but as we all know, the widespread tragedy caused by COVID-19 has forced us to slow down in more ways than one. Still, we wanted to think about the most effective way to contribute to an ever-evolving, noisy landscape that has spread uncertainty to every corner of the globe…
 
As we mention in the intro to this week's episode, we recorded this installment of Women Who Travel well before the coronavirus has changed the landscape of our day-to-day lives. But in a world where we still dream of our next trip, we wanted to continue to share our tips on where to go next for you to squirrel away for when the time is right. So, …
 
At 19, Jen Gotch had a panic attack in the airport, just ahead of boarding a flight back to college. "I, on a cellular level, felt like I was going to die if I got on that airplane," says the Ban.do founder and author of the soon-to-be-released Upside of Being Down: How Mental Health Struggles Led to My Greatest Successes in Work and Life. Now, yea…
 
In the third installment of our "How I Became" series, we're focusing less about traveling around the world—and more about traveling up the corporate ladder. In conversation with Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, Celebrity Cruises' president and CEO and the first woman to hold that title in industry history, we look back at how she started her career and rose to …
 
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