Travel Radio Programs
Rudy Maxa on NPR's Marketplace. Now off the air.
Traveler. Now off the air. "Despite the
sincere and constant effort of our committed production
staff, after nearly seven years of trying, The Savvy
Traveler failed to attract sufficient underwriting support
to continue. This was due to the economy in general, and the
travel economy in particular -- especially in the post 9/11
The Travel Minute.
"The Travel Minute is a daily, one minute radio report produced in
association with Potomac View
Communications... In 1995, Ken Robinson created The Travel Minute, as a
short form radio program. Nearly 4 million listeners tune into the program
weekly on radio stations across the country (and Puerto Rico). Sponsors have
included Amtrak, the Mobil Travel Guide, CompuServ, the Luggage & Leather
Goods Manufacturers of America, and Centerseat.com." Comment:
Centerseat.com is a non-functional URL that appears to be for sale.
Travel World Radio Show.
"Join Montreal's most experienced travel broadcaster, Stephen Pickford, and
the wackiest man behind a travel microphone, Willem Bagchus, for 'Travel
World,' syndicated across America by Nascor International, providers of
innovative lifestyles programming for leading news-talk stations.
Plus, be sure to tune in Monday-to-Friday during morning and afternoon drive
for 'Travel World Reports', and keep up to date with the latest in travel
news, tips, and personalized info designed to make your business and vacation
Join an array of prominent Media Correspondents from across Canada and the
United States -- such as former CTV National News anchor Vic Phillips, KCCI
Des Moines' Cynthia Fodor, and WNCN Raleigh's Sharon Delaney – as they discuss
their favourite travel destinations, with personal insights and travel info
only provided by someone who has experienced the destination --- truly
'friends sharing travel with friends.'" Comment: Past radio
shows are archived on their site and available for listening.
"The Traveler's Journal is a collection of more than 1000, two-minute "audio
postcards" from the wide world of travel. Available both in Real Audio and
text versions, these programs will transport you to destinations near and far.
They will help you get more miles for your money and more enjoyment out of