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20070118

On the outskirts of remote villages in Africa and South America, you'll often find a gnarled old tree where tips and advice are pinned for passing travellers. BBC Radio 4 brings the concept to radio, with the first truly interactive radio travel programme. Presented by Fi Glover.

1/6. A look at the way wildlife-watching holidays have soared in popularity.

20070125

On the outskirts of remote villages in Africa and South America, you'll often find a gnarled old tree where tips and advice are pinned for passing travellers. BBC Radio 4 brings the concept to radio, with the first truly interactive radio travel programme. Presented by Fi Glover.

2/6. How to enjoy a holiday on a tight budget.

20070201

Fi Glover presents the travel series giving listeners' tips on the best and worst of holiday experiences. This edition looks at how to enjoy snow-covered mountains without skis.

20070208

4/6. Fi Glover presents the travel series giving listeners' tips on the best and worst of holiday experiences.

20070215

Fi Glover presents the travel series giving listeners' tips on the best and worst of holiday experiences.

20070222
20081013

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

Listener Kevin Osborne reports on a life coaching holiday in the Picos mountains of northern Spain and Dr Susan Horsewood-Lee explains what we can expect from holiday spa therapies and detox treatments.

20081020

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

With more flights being allowed to regional hub airports in North America this year, tourism to the United States is expanding beyond the usual destinations. Katie finds out about the hidden delights of small-town America and hears how an extinct Arizona volcano is being transformed into the world's first celestial visitor experience.

20081027

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

20081103

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen joins Katie to offer his distinctive take on hotels. Featuring a report from popular tourist destination the Lake District and an assessment of how well British hotels are coping with changing customer expectations. Katie visits a wild London hotel that plays to people's desire for novelty and Sally Shalam, hotel writer for the Guardian, offers her views on the death of the boutique hotel, current trends and how the hotel business is dealing with the credit crunch.

20081110

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts. Katie considers how our travelling habits may change as a result of the current economic problems. She hears from a group of city bankers considering their 2009 holiday plans and Dave Dodd enjoys a weekend in Iceland, where the collapse of the economy has brought a rush of visitors.

Plus how industry bosses are trying to weather the storm as they gather in London for World Travel Market, the world's biggest travel talking shop.

20081117

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

Katie explores some of the ways in which the internet is changing the travel industry by establishing an alternative travel experience. Including a report from Natalia Rolleston on her experiences of 'couch surfing' (staying on locals' sofas for free) and an Italian cyber-tour guide talks about his video-guided cycling tours around Italy. Plus a look at Second Life tourism, which treats visitors to a virtual visit around their city of choice.

20081124

Katie Derham presents the holiday magazine with insider tips from listeners and travel experts.

Katie examines ways in which Paris continues to embrace cultural tourism, including a tour of the recently opened Musee du Quai Branly, the hire-and-go cycle scheme Paris Velib and the work of avant-garde urban planner and architect Le Corbusier. Plus Malcolm McLaren's reflections on the best and worst of Paris.

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