Host of the Travel Channel KRML.COM Carmel, CA

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Yes, if's the same mike used as a prop in Eastwood's movie, Play Misty For Me.

Destinations & Discoveries– the Travel Channel on KRML.COM

Log on to  Click on “KRML Shows, Jazz & More” the click on TRAVEL from the pulldown menu on left side of screen to listen to the current selection of travel shows. Present features include a visit with legendary Scotch Whisky blender for Whyte & McKay, Richard Paterson interviewed in Edinburgh, Scotland Followed by a visit at Bushmills Distillery in Northern Ireland. Other shows include, Cannery Row and the Portola Hotel in Monterey, California; Exploring Little Rock & North Little Rock, Arkansas, as well as interviews with the producer of “Tales from the South” featured on Arkansas Public Radio and NPR.ORG Podcast site. And then it’s up to Jonesboro, Arkansas for a memorable visit with Rosanne Cash and Bill Carter at the Johnny Cash Music Fest. Not to be missed is a conversation with Warwick Sabin, Publisher of the legendary Oxford American literary magazine; Cuba with Lowell Thomas Award winning author of the Moon Guide to Cuba, Christopher P. Baker. A visit to the up and coming wine region in Northern Arizona, The Verde Valley Wine Trail, where we visit with some of the winemakers.

listen to the full length shows, anytime. Remember Clint Eastwood’s movie, Play Misty For Me? Well KRML is the station featured in the movie. Weekly shows run the gamut from things to do and see around the Monterey Peninsula to the far corners of the globe.  The Travel Channel on KRML is in addition to my Journeys of Discovery travel show airing over California Central Coast NPR affiliates KCBX, KSBX, KNBX as well as the weekly Journeys of Discovery digital audio Podcasts– in-depth travel segments featured on the NPR.ORG Podcast site. The Podcasts are productions of KCBX (Central California NPR affiliate) and uploaded from the KCBX studios to NPR.ORG every week.

Link to Journeys of Discovery on NPR.ORG Podcast site:
itunes link from NPR.ORG Journeys Podcasts: