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Interviews, reviews, features and news you can use from the Travel Writers Radio Show, produced by PALAT - the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers - our international network of food, lifestyle and travel journalists and broadcasters. Now heard live every Wednesday from 5 pm t0 7 pm (AEST) and Saturdays 10am to noon, on Melbourne's J-AIR 87.8 FM; on the Net at www.j-air.com; and on SoundCloud. Email us: info@travelwritersradio.com
 
WDW Radio is the award-winning podcast dedicated to celebrating the magic of Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Marvel, and Star Wars. Tune in and subscribe for Disney news, vacation planning, trivia, contests, history, interviews, as well as attraction, dining, and resort reviews. Hosted by Disney expert, author, and speaker Lou Mongello, this family-friendly show has been named Best Travel Podcast for 9 consecutive years, and also features a blog, videos, LIVE broadcasts, w ...
 
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Graeme Kemlo has been speaking to Victoria’s regional tourism organisations about the impact on them of the Coronavirus. And in particular he talked to Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula, both largely semi-rural areas that adjoin greater Melbourne to the north east and the south east – both have been locked down the same as Melbourne for more th…
 
Carolyne Jasinski is up for a chat, whether in the middle of the outback, the Maree main street, or around the campfire. Continuing her reporting from outback South Australia this week she sits around a campfire for a Q&A session at Wilporinna station with hosts Gordon and Lynn Litchfield and Rotarian Doug Layng is asking some questions about chang…
 
Whether it was just good timing or a post-COVID response to passenger demand for slow travel and small ships, the world’s newest cruise line, Tradewind Voyages, will launch next May the largest square-rigged sailing ship in the world, Golden Horizon, accommodating just 272 guests. Our reporter Ian Jarrett speaks with Craig Bowen MD of small ship cr…
 
George Mavrothalassitis was born in Provence, trained in classical French cooking then in 1985 moved to mainland USA. In 1988 he flew to Honolulu and was told to enjoy the airplane food because he would not enjoy Her had just been hired as Executive chef for whet he says was the best hotel in Hawaii, The Halekulani. There was nothing wrong with the…
 
Bridgett Leslie speaks to Sanjay Thakute, who holds a Guinness World Record for establishing the highest elevation restaurant in the world. He was born in the Himalayas and decided on the pop-up restaurant as a way of bringing global attention to the food and culture of his birthplace.By Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Here's what is coming up tonight on Travel Writers Radio which airs weekly on Melbourne's J_AIR 88FM. The show is produced and presented by the members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. Contact us: info@travelwritersradio.comBy Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
WDW Radio # 606 - The History of Halloween in the Disney Parks We celebrate the "spirit" of the season as we look back at the history of Halloween in the Disney Parks, from Disneyland's "Parade of the Pumpkins" to the many iterations and locations in Walt Disney World, and the vastly different celebrations in the Disney Parks worldwide. -----------…
 
Carolyne Jasinski has just been on the Corolla Capers a charity bush bash for owners of the little four cylinder cars not normally seen in off-road situations. But our reporter went along for a good cause and a good yarn to some of the outback folks in the north of South Australia where you measure your land holding in square kilometres not acres a…
 
Australia’s little penguins have become international superstars with millions of viewers tuning in nightly on YouTube and Facebook to watch the pint-sized birds emerge from the ocean at sunset and scurry home to burrows on Phillip Island, off the coast of Victoria. Phillip Island Nature Parks Roland Pick told reporter Veronica Matheson how the pen…
 
Kangaroo Island suffered terribly from the summer bushfires losing 90 homes and farms, thousands of koalas and other native animals as fire scorched one third of the island. Then the tourism industry took another hit as rebuilding infrastructure was halted by the pandemic that also saw many staff leave the island for jobs on the mainland. But the l…
 
Adam d'Sylva is best known as executive chef and co-owner of Coda and Tonka restaurants in the heart of Melbourne, and he's known as a food judge, too. He talks to Rita Erlich about judging a home cooks in lockdown competition for the food retailer Toscanos, and about breakfast, and about pivoting in lockdown.…
 
In the second part of his interview with Douglas Ward author of the “bible” of cruising, his Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships, Graeme Kemlo asks Douglas about his decision not to publish this year - the first time in 34 years there will be no guidebook. He also asks Douglas about about the future of cruising goven the pandemic's second wa…
 
India is in the news lately for its rising COVID infection rate – almost the same total infections as USA, however it has only half the US deaths and that has been commented upon widely. Is food something to do with it? Vision Rescue was founded in 2004 in response to the needs of Mumbai’s street children. Vision Rescue’s Biju Thampy tells Bridgett…
 
Here's what is coming up on Travel Writers Radio this week of October 14, 2020. The show is produced and presented by members of PALAT, the Professionalssociation of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in contact email: info@travelwritersradio.comBy Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Danielle Clode an Adelaide-based academic and writer of natural history books, has been researching Jeanne Barret for some time and now believes she may be the first woman to have circumnavigated the world. But this was in the 1760s when very few women went on expeditions and in the French Navy it was forbidden for a sailor to take a woman on board…
 
Graeme Kemlo speaks with Douglas Ward author of the “bible” of cruising, his Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships. For the first year he is not publishing an edition for 2021 – the first time in 34 years it has not appeared as he explains the devastation wrought upon the industry by COVID-19, which in the case of the Ruby Princess was linked …
 
Graeme JKemlo talks with Rosie Douglas of Tourism Tropical North Queensland on the state of tourism in the region where the Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef, where the China market was its most lucrative visitor sector , but where new hotels continue to open. With some interstate borders open and the promise of the New Zealand travel bubble,…
 
People in Melbourne are still restricted. No more than 5km from home, and masks when out of doors. The statue in this inner suburban garden is an out-of-doors person, and so wears a mask. It is reassuring when people maintain their sense of humour. Check out our images at - www.soundcloud.com/travelwritersradio search for #Worth1000Words…
 
Bridgett Leslie loves food and loves interviewing chefs from almost anywhere. So she wanted to speak with renowned street food chef Hawker Chan in Singapore since he had a Michelin Star and served the cheapest Michelin-rated meals anywhere. However he operated from a blacked out kitchen behind locked doors, and he didn’t speak English, so she organ…
 
Tyson Stelzer is our resident wine expert and is a multi-awatd winning wine communicator of the year. Recently he received an honour in being asked to be the editor of James Halliday’s Wine Companion as well as continuing his role as a member of his tasting team. Graeme Kemlo speaks to Tyson about this new role as well as some options for purchasin…
 
Nutritionist Samantha Gowing is encouraging chefs to unite gastronomy and nutrition. She is a Le Cordon Bleu teacher, Clinical Nutritionist and Author who has worked for more than 20 years with hotels, resorts and health retreats all over the world on improving their health and wellbeing. Rita Erlich talked with Sam about food as medicine and the a…
 
Here's what is on Travel Writers Radio this week in food, wine and travel stories. These stories from around the corner and around the world are brought to you by the members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in touch email: info@travelwritersradio.comNote: We have a new FM frequency - to listen to our r…
 
WDW Radio # 605 - The Original Dreamfinder, Ron Schneider As we celebrated Walt Disney World’s 49th birthday on October 1, I wanted to look back at not just one of the resort’s most popular attractions, but characters as well. The Dreamfinder (and good right arm, Figment) were created for the new Journey Into Imagination attraction in Epcot in 1983…
 
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