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Best Northern Spirit Radio podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Northern Spirit Radio podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Each week, Spirit In Action brings you stories of people living lives of fruitful service, of peace, community, compassion, creative action and progressive efforts. We'll trace the spiritual roots that support and nourish them in their service. Above all, we'll seek out Light, Love and Helping Hands, being shared between our many neighbors on this planet, hoping to inspire and encourage you to sink deep roots and produce sacred fruit in your own life. Spirit In Action is an hour of interview ...
 
Song of the Soul invites you to a soul-level encounter. Music has the ability to proclaim the soul's language beyond what mere words can speak. That's what we seek as we invite our guests to share their Song of the Soul. You will hear the music that has charted the steps of their spiritual journey, that has provided a touchstone in the soul's dark night, and sung the hearts awe and joy when come to the Light. As you listen to Song of the Soul, you are both witness and companion to our guest' ...
 
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
 
Welcome to iHeart Radio's favorite show, Speaking of Travel! Host Marilyn Ball speaks to some of the most interesting people about their inspiring, uplifting and enriching travel experiences. The truth is, no matter where you go, and no matter how long you’re gone, you always come home with a new outlook on life. So sit back and be carried away to places from around the world and from right here in your own backyard. No Passport Required!
 
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In winter Bergen is the gateway to Norway’s rugged north where travellers can view the Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, as well as stay in an igloo hotel that melts every summer, or ride a reindeer sleigh in the below-freezing Arctic circle. But, travellers should not give Bergen a miss as she is a beauty in her own right as reporter…
 
Back visiting her birthplace, reporter Michelle Winner spends time with Kehaulani Kam Director of Cultural Services at one of Waikiki\s most historic hotels, the beachfront property Moana Surfrider. It is now part of the global Marriott group. Michelle took one for team getting up before dawn and on the beach for the hotel’s sunrise Ho’ala ceremony…
 
Chris Howlett is not only an accomplished cellist, he is also an orchestra administrator and recently he sat down with Rita Erlich to talk about this month’s Bendigo Chamber Music Festival, an exciting new addition to Victoria’s arts scene, held in the historic gold mining city in central Victoria.By Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Adelaine Ng and Graeme Kemlo update listeners here and internationally on Australia’s bushfire toll with almost all fires now extinguished courtesy of flooding rains on our east coast. But then there's the latest hit to our tourism industry and to world tourism – Coronavirus. However the message is that Australia is still open for business.…
 
Thom Hartmann is one of the most articulate voices of progressive radio in the USA, and he's a compelling writer as well. His most recent book is The Hidden History of the War on Voting: Who Stole Your Vote and How to Get It Back combines history, current events, analysis, & insight into the most crucial threat to our representative democracy happe…
 
Sisters Katie and Nancy Moore take us along their journey of travel, education, adventure, cheese and cider, culminating in their tours to a region with deep roots and a thriving local food culture. Katie is the executive director of the WNC Cheese Trail, and she and Nancy combined their education and travel experience to create an exciting tour to…
 
Steve Henderson, a Vietnam War vet and Marybeth Burns, a board member of the Blue Ridge Honor Flight, explain how Brothers Like These provides healing for vets through the arts and creative writing. The Blue Ridge Honor Flight is honored to partner with The NC Veterans Writing Alliance Foundation to present Brothers Like These, a staged reading by …
 
Recently Graeme Kemlo spoke to Youn Tube sailor and free spirit Josje Leyten about her four year adventure aboard SV Delos. In this second part of the interview she talks about leaving Delos and her transition to other adventures including her creative skills, but she also undertook more sailing aboard another boat, La Vagabonde with Australian sai…
 
Richard Wiegel has spent a full lifetime earning a living through making music, which might be the dream, but seldom the actuality of the dreams of a small-town boy. Roots rock is his central thing, although sometimes his style of music might be called Americana, and he can definitely throw in a ragtime and a blues and all kinds of country. Though …
 
Two great guests, the amazing thinker & author, Parker Palmer, is joined by the wonderful singer, songwriter, & world healer, Carrie Newcomer. They share their various collaborations, the first being a word, song & connecting experience called Healing the Heart of Democracy, then there was What We Need Is Here, and their newest collaboration is cal…
 
James Asquith did not set out to create a Guinness World Record, but once he had seen about 100 countries he says he decided to just keep going. And he got the record as the youngest person to visit all 193 sovereign countries - it took six years from age 18 to 24. James, a former finance and banking executive now uses his achievement to promote a …
 
Lance is on his way to Orlando to visit family and friends back home. He currently lives in Waynesville, and he’s no stranger to flying in and out of AVL. He says preparation is the key to stress-free travel. “Pack as soon as you can,” Lance said. “Don’t do it last minute. Just try to relax. Grab a coffee, and just chill.” Lance enjoys the simplici…
 
Diana is kicking off an overnight trip to Orlando for a holiday party, and Asheville’s nonstop flights help her travel with ease. As a flight attendant, Diana is a pro when it comes to making her way through an airport. “I think passengers don’t realize that they can bring an empty bottle through security and, on the other side of security, fill th…
 
Desiree is New York bound for business. She travels regularly for work and leisure, so this frequent flyer knows her way around AVL. “I am always ready to just get home,” Desiree said. “So, I park on the highest [level of the] parking deck. I know exactly where my car is and can find it without forgetting.” Desiree knows that flying AVL means flyin…
 
Ida and Bernie are heading home to Washington, D.C., after a quick trip to Asheville for Ida’s birthday. Bernie travels regularly for work, and he picked up a few helpful tips along the way. “I’m always trying to stay hydrated,” Bernie said. “It’s healthy for you, and it helps if you’re going to be on long flights. Bring your own stainless steel, r…
 
Jen Stevens is the author of the Ultimate Travel Writer’s Program and Executive Editor of International Living. Over the years, Jen has taught hundreds of folks with no prior travel writing experience to get paid to travel. Discover how to travel the world and get paid for your stories and even travel for free. Jen explains how you can get paid to …
 
Josje Leytenwas just 18 when she joined the crew of SV Delos in 2011 and helped document their world sailing adventures over four seasons - one of the first crews to build a global audience of tens of thousands for their videos on You Tube. Josje even shared some of her experience with her sisters before leaving Delos in Madagascar for other advent…
 
It's that time of year when travellers head to Norway in search of the elusive Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis. Reporter Veronica Matheson chatted to astronomer Terence Murtagh, former director of the Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland, who is an expert on the Northern Lights phenomena. Right now Terence is cruising the coast of …
 
It's that time of year when travellers head to Norway in search of the elusive Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis. Reporter Veronica Matheson chatted to astronomer Terence Murtagh (pronounce Murta), former director of the Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland, who is an expert on the Northern Lights phenomena. Right now Terence is crui…
 
Australia’s bushfire disaster will cost the local tourism sector at least $4.5 billion dollars by the end of 2020 according to a report from Australia’s SBS network.SBS said Prime Minister Scott Morrison was meeting with the stakeholders to formulate a strategy to help affected communities across four of Australia’s States in the face of visitor ca…
 
Nicole Will and Sue Ann Fisher, owners of Asheville Wellness Tours, have created a network of local health and wellness practitioners and craft experiences to encourage connection with ourselves, others and nature. Discover what led them to Asheville and the creation of Asheville Wellness Tours and why they've chosen this niche market of wellness t…
 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, known by everybody as The Met, is located on New York City's Fifth Avenue, and is an impressive building resembling a grand palace. Once you step into its Great Hall you know you are in one of the world's most important cultural institutions. This year, 2020, The Met is celebrating its 150th anniversary so reporter V…
 
“Not a good day today on Kangaroo Island but we will bounce back”. Residents, business owners and emergency staff on this South Australian bushfire-hit tourist location have been on tenterhooks. Adelaine Ng spoke this week with Chris Schumann, owner of Kangaroo Island Seaside Inn, who provided an insight into how tourism operators are coping. He sa…
 
Timmy and Susana have a passion for performing, teaching and entertaining with family concerts and educational school programs. But life as a touring artist sometimes includes the good, the bad and the strange. Traveling for them is a way of life and brings smiles to so many, but some odd things do happen on the road! Timmy and Susana delight us wi…
 
South Australian PALAT member Carolyne Jasinski updates listeners on the devastating bushfires and their impact on the people and the animals of Kangaroo Island. KI, as the locals know it, is Australia's third largest island and its western end was severely damaged, but the locals want you to know they are open to visitors and would really apprecia…
 
Mark Gordon Smith, founder of Private Italy Tours, shares why falling in love with Italy is easy. Italy is more than pasta and wine. With historic cities, beautiful coastlines, endless history and the nicest people, one visit is just not enough. Mark has traveled across Italy for over 35 years and presents small group tours of Italy through its mos…
 
Sally Rogers has been a fountain of folk music for 4 decades (check out her 40 Years, 40 Songs collection), now sung all around the country & world. Her classics include Lovely Agnes, Touch of the Master's Hand, & Circle of the Sun, and there are ever-more greats coming. Her last visit with us was 2007. In addition to her work as a music teacher in…
 
Kelly Hayes-Raitt is a full-time traveler and house sitter, journalist and inspiring public speaker. Kelly shares her travel stories and how she discovered house sitting as a flexible way to live and write. For the past decade, Kelly has cared for other people’s homes and pets in far-flung places like Maputo, Mozambique and Ya’an, China, as well as…
 
Jayne Tuttle's memoir of life and love and lust and loss in Paris - t just another memoir from the city of Light. It is a well crafted observation of a city and its people, often humourous and occasionally shocking. Jayne, who studied acting and scripting shares her story with Graeme Kemlo in Part Two of this longform interview on the Summer series…
 
Kitty Donohoe is of Irish extraction, genetically, and she sometimes writes & plays very Irish-sounding songs, including the Irish instruments she plays, but she is deeply & inspirationally Americana, touching the heart & soul with evocative tunes & magical lyrics. One of the founding members of The Yellow Room Gang, Kitty plays & has played in num…
 
Robert and Scott are The Cerny Brothers, an Americana duo based in Nashville. Their inspiring music is born from traveling and meeting fans on the road in diverse cities and rural areas all over the US. The brothers grew up in the heartland of Illinois, but after college we went to L.A. and had a completely different experience. For Robert and Scot…
 
Jayne Tuttle's memoir of life and love and lust and loss in Paris - t just another memoir from the city of Light. It is a well crafted observation of a city and its people, often humourous and occasionally shocking. Jayne, who studied acting and scripting shares her story with Graeme Kemlo in Part One of this longform interview on the Summer series…
 
American Keith Sproule travels the world as Global Director of A&K Philanthrophy – the not-for-profit arm of luxury travel operator Abercrombie and Kent - and has seen the travel landscape change as more companies realize they need to give back to the far-flung communities their travelers visit. A&K supports a new Raptor Refuge near Hobart that reh…
 
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