Travel in Ten hosted by David Brodie is a ten minute window on some of the coolest places to visit around the world. From Hip Hotels to great restaurants, concerts, festivals and events we will be presenting audio tours and soundscapes of interesting places around the globe. We hope you enjoy the podcast, please send any questions, comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org Our first series of podcasts focus on Tokyo, Japan but look for upcoming shows on many destinations including: Luang Prubang, Laos Bangkok, Thailand Siem Reip, Cambodia Sapa, Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam Phuket, Thailand Phi Phi Island Thailand Redang Island, Malaysia Bali, Indonesia and more!
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"The audio journal about getting into the wilderness."``Presenting news and features to help you explore the Earth's remaining wild places. We appeal to listeners who value wilderness, and who treasure their visits to explore it though hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, rafting, kayaking, canoeing, climbing, skiing, and snowshoeing. We seek to excite listeners about the possibilities of exploring our remaining wilderness, educate them about responsible wilderness use, and to entertain them with the excitement others share for wild places and the activities of exploring them.
By Steve Sergeant for Earth Island Institute
A weekly podcast dedicated to theme parks, roller coasters and thrill rides. During each show, we talk about the total theme park experience. We'll have interviews with the people making decisions at your favorite park, reviews and ratings of the newest rides and attractions, discussion about everyday park experiences and chances to win tickets and merchandise from parks around the country!
Joseph Tame is a British Japanese Studies student currently on his year abroad at Rikkyo University, Tokyo. Over the course of the year he will be exploring many aspects of life in Japan, and offering his take on this crazy theme park through the regular audio podcast, A Year in Japan. Further information can be found on his website, www.ayearinjapan.com, which is a part of the www.TameGoesWild.com network.
By Joseph Tame