New York, NY (PRWEB) April 4, 2007
"Let's Travel", a weekly travel show, premiers on http://www.tribecaradio.net Thursday, April 5th at noon (ET) with an Encore broadcast Saturday, April 7th at 6pm (ET). Each show will be podcast on the Tuesday following the initial broadcast and will be posted on the Tribeca Radio Web site.
The program has a special twist - offering a true insider's look at trips for people of all lifestyles. Susan Raphael, the show's host, puts the spotlight on travelers of all budgets, age groups and physical abilities. She interviews a vast array of globe-trotters, artists, writers, chefs, musicians and designers from around the world about their personal adventures, cultural perspectives and found treasures! Ms. Raphael will also share news of the joyous journeys and secret hideaways of the show's listening audience." (Listeners can contact the program via e-mail at: LetsTravel @ tribecaradio.net)
An intrepid traveler herself, Ms. Raphael has braved the sands of the Sahara in search of the perfect Berber carpet, maneuvered through the moterini of Milan to find the quintessential Italian handbag and scoured the patisseries of Paris for the fluffiest French croissant. "Our show is for people of all means, ages and abilities," said Ms. Raphael. "We want to excite listeners, surprise listeners and send them "packing"!
On the first edition of "Let's Travel", Ms. Raphael takes her audience to Italy, the number one destination for returning travelers. Consul General of Italy to the United States Antonio Bandini and Dottore Riccardo Strano, director for North America of the Italian Government Tourist Board (ENIT), will offer tips on securing the most coveted reservations in Italy and the greatest current travel promotions.
On the second broadcast (April 12th at noon and April 14th at 6pm), President, Joan Blumenfeld and Executive Director Frederic Bell of the New York City chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) talk about how to look at architecture when you travel, what buildings and ruins tell us about the people who built them, and reveals their top picks for the greatest architectural monuments around the world.
The third broadcast (April 19th at noon and April 21st at 6pm) takes listeners to Morocco and Andalusia in Spain with three guests: a Moroccan Gnawa trance dance musician and two American filmmakers.
Future shows will feature the following topics: traveling for the physically challenged, how to feel "at home" abroad, how to pack and what to take, travel bargains, around the world in 80 meals, doing business abroad, medical advice for travelers, and traveling celebrity style. Stay Tuned!
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