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Travel Writers Radio is a two-hour FM radio progtam produced every week by the professional journalists of IFWTWA - the |International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association in Australasia - and covers the latest global food, wine, culinary travel, leisure experiences and business travel information.

Travel Writers Radio is a two-hour FM radio progtam produced every week by the professional journalists of IFWTWA - the |International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association in Australasia - and covers the latest global food, wine, culinary travel, leisure experiences and business travel information.
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Australia

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Travel Writers Radio is a two-hour FM radio progtam produced every week by the professional journalists of IFWTWA - the |International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association in Australasia - and covers the latest global food, wine, culinary travel, leisure experiences and business travel information.

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English

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Episodes

John Alter On New Immersive Experience, The Flyer San Francisco -Graeme Kemlo

4/25/2018
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If you've ever been to San Franciasco, or even if you;'ve never been there you have probably seen the Golden Gate Bridge, the even longer Bay Bridge, Alcatraz and the magnificent Pacific Coast. Well a new reality exerience is coming and will take you well beyond 3D to actually experience what it is like to fly up and over and around the city and the bay. We speak to John Alter the man behind The Flyer – the latest innovation in high-tech experiences due to open in August at Pier 39...

Duration:00:12:47

Stephen Hoshaw Of Travel Lane County Oregon With Michelle Winner

4/25/2018
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PALAT Member and Americas correspondent, Michelle Winner was recently in Eugene Oregon where she met up with Stephen Hoshaw, ( hoe-shaw) PR & Social Media manager of Travel Lane County who talks about what Eugene, Oregon has to offer visitors, from the Cascade Mountain areas to the Pacific northwest beach towns along the spectacular Oregon Coast.

Duration:00:13:20

Tourism Central Australia CEO Steven Schwer On Uluru Climb Ban -Adelaine Ng

4/25/2018
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In about 18 months (October 2019), tourists will no longer be able to climb Uluru, which is one of Australia's most iconic symbols right in the centre of the Northern Territory. It's a decision that has been mostly welcomed or at least accepted by tour organisations although some fear other sacred sites will follow suit and restrict tourist access. Adelaine Ng spoke with Tourism Central Australia's CEO Steven Schwer and first asked him what he thought of the decision to ban the Uluru climb....

Duration:00:09:38

Travel Writers Radio News April 25, 2018

4/25/2018
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All the news you can use from Travel Writers Radio for April 25, 2018, produced by PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers

Duration:00:05:37

Part 3 Of Journalist David Levell On Brian Walpole's Book My War -Graeme Kemlo

4/25/2018
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In this final segment of the interview Graeme Kemlo conducts with David Levell we hear how, having rescued a woman from almost certain execvution in a fort where she was imprisoned, Brian Walpole is threatened with a Court Martial for shooting at Japanese soldiers who falsely claimed to be civilians. Photo by Graeme Kemlo: Brian Walpole and Iban warrier in Kuching 2004.

Duration:00:11:33

Journalist David Levell On My War By Brian Walpole (Part 2) -Graeme Kemlo

4/25/2018
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In Part 2 of his conversation with David Levell, who collaborated with Brian Walpole on his book, My War - Life is for Living. Graeme Kemlo recalls his own conversation with Briasn Walpole about a one-man submarine he used in the Sarawak campaign. Photo: Brian Walpole recorded his memories for an Australians At War series on which David Levell worked.

Duration:00:09:17

Journalist David Levell On My War By Brian Walpole (Part 1) -Graeme Kemlo

4/25/2018
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In part 1 of In this special Anzac Day edition of Travel Writers Radio, journalist David Levell talks about Z Special Forces soldier Brian Walpole who fought behind enemy lines alongside the feared Sarawak Iban headhunters. Graeme Kemlo, who interviews David, also spent time with Brian Walpole, returning with him to Sarawak in 2004. Photo: Brian Walpole, Daisy Levell and David Levell in 2008.

Duration:00:11:19

Special Anzac Day Tribute To Brian Walpole Z Special Soldier -Graeme Kemlo

4/25/2018
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Graeme Kemlo introduces a special show in recognition of Anzac Day, one of the most important national days of remembrance in Australian military history. We focus on one extraordinary soldier, Brian Walpole who bravely waged his war behind Japanese lines with a small band of Iban headhunters during the occupation of Sarawak in 1943 to 1945. He wrote a gripping account of this in "My War - Life is for Living" with journalist David Levell detailing his life as a member of Australia's elite Z...

Duration:00:04:02

PALAT Member Gwen Luscombe Visits Great Barrier Reef Luxe Resort Lizard Island -Graeme Kemlo

4/18/2018
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Melbourne member, journalist Gwen Luscombe was recently on Lizard island, which is an exclusive resort within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in Far North Queensland. She tells us what you can experience in this all-inclusive destination with only 40 rooms, many of them occupied by guests from the USA. Photo: The Pavilion at Lizard Island

Duration:00:13:33

Vic Naughton GM-ANZ Air Canada On Direct Melbourne-Vancouver Flights -Graeme Kemlo

4/18/2018
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Air Canada last December won a few Melbourne fans with their direct Dreamliner fllghts to Vancouver over the holiday period, well the rumour mill suggested they might extend the direct service and we’ve got the good oil straight from the horse’s mouth – Vic Naughton is General Manager of Air Canada for, Australia and New Zealand, and I asked him about the airline’s plans for Melbourne direct to Vancouver and beyond from June this year. Picture: Vic Naughton in Melbourne

Duration:00:12:10

Kristin Henning On Slow Touring Around Southern Italy By E-Bike -Graeme Kemlo

4/18/2018
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Kristin Henning spends most of her days travelling the world since she and Tom sold the family home in Minneappolis to become mature age nomads. And they have had some exciting experiences. Kristin tells Graeme Kemlo about a unique bike tour business she found - biketours.com - where she interviewed the owner Jim Johnson about slow travel and new bike technology to help her upcoming ride around southern Italy with husband Tom..

Duration:00:12:08

Travel Writers Radio News With Adelaine Ng

4/18/2018
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All the travel news that you can use from Travel Writers Radio presented by Adelaine Ng, April 18, 2018.

Duration:00:04:27

Leanne Neeland Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery -Graeme Kemlo

4/18/2018
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Recently Graeme Kemlo was in regional Victoria covering a story and he visited the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery at Bellbrae. There in an impressive architectural structure outclassed only by the thousands of hand-made chocolates available inside, he met owner Leanne Neeland and asked about their multi-million dollar venture on 15 acres. www.goric.com.au

Duration:00:11:22

Swinging '70s Party Bus Camping Tours Of Europe Now Passé -Graeme & Sue Chat

4/12/2018
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Graeme and Sue lament the demise of party bus camping tours that saw many young Australians travel around Europe on Contiki and Top Deck tours during the swinging '70s. A new generation of young travellers eschew canvas, preferring hotels, or hostels at worst. Feel free to share your stories of a 1970s European bus camping vacation - info@travelwritersradio.com

Duration:00:02:56

Photographer Ewen Bell On The Promise Of Flying Tripods -Graeme Kemlo

4/12/2018
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One of the joys of travel is photography and today we have our friend and photography expert Ewen Bell who has taken on a new perspective, using what he calls, "Flying Tripods", or drones to make excellent hi-res multi-image panoramas. Graeme Kemlo spoke to Ewen to discover whether this is the next disruptive technology to impact photography. For more information: www.ewenbell.com

Duration:00:11:10

JBCarney GM Inn At The 5th, Eugene Oregon With Michelle Winner

4/12/2018
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Eugene, Oregon is best known as a University town for the University of Oregon and their sports teams "the Ducks". The track program here was where the seeds of Nike began. But today Eugene has so much more to offer: a top hotel, fantastic restaurants, and Southern Oregon wineries. General Manager of the renowned Inn at The 5th, J.B. Carney talks to our Americas correspondent Michelle Winner about his unique boutique hotel tanked in the Top 25 in USA by Trip Advisor.

Duration:00:13:40

Travel Writers Radio News April 11 2018

4/11/2018
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All the travel news you can use produced and presented by the PALAT - The Professional Association of Lifesrtyle and Travel Writers for Travbel Writers Radio April 11, 2018.

Duration:00:05:09

PALAT member Dianne Mattsson on Sth Australia's new high-end cuisine -Graeme Kemlo

4/11/2018
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Adelaide Journalist and PALAT member, Dianne Mattsson checks out some of the new high-end restaurants to open recently in Adelaide,. Many, such as the d'Arenberg Cube, are architectural destinations in their own right, but we're sure Di enjoyed the food and wine too. Graeme Kemlo spoke with her earlier.

Duration:00:11:29

Prof Grant Brinkworth On CSIRO Every Day Low Carb Diet -Graeme Kemlo

4/11/2018
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With two-thirds of Australians overweight or obese, Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation – CSIRO - has released its latest dietary recommendations, based on the based n the largest nutritional intervention study ever conducted in Australia, Graeme Kemlo speaks with one of the authors of the CSIRO Low Carb Every Day book, Professor Grant Brinkworth.

Duration:00:11:57

Bigger Roasts, Less Fat- NZ Farmer Blair Gallagher's Beltex Sheep -Sue Ahearn

4/11/2018
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New Zealand has a reputation for some of the best lamb in the world. Now a new breed of sheep is being trialled with attributes that include a huge rear end, meaning bigger roasts with less fat. The trial comes at a time of a huge drop in sheep numbers in NZ, which once had 70 million sheep - 22 for every person. Sue Ahearn spoke to Canterbury farmer Blair Gallagher about his new breeding program with Beltex sheep.

Duration:00:10:07

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