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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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+61395860909


Episodes

'A Cracker Year' Rosie Douglas Business Events Cairns Tells Graeme Kemlo

11/23/2017
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The reason Graeme Kemlo was in Cairns Port Douglas and Palm Cove this past week was an annual trade event called Sell TNQ (Tropical North Queensland), where everyone reported 2017 as a "cracker year" and 2018 could be even better for business tourism. Graeme spoke with Rosie Douglas, Director of Business Events Cairns about this high yield sector of the travel industry that brings delegates from around the country and sometimes around the world to hold a meeting at the iconic Great Barrier...

Duration: 00:12:56


Brisbane Travel Writer Maurie O'Connor Visits Limerick, Ireland -Graeme Kemlo

11/23/2017
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Brisbane travel writer Maurie O’Connor’s name probably gives away his heritage but he has a confession to make about his heritage as he starts to tell us the story of his visit to Limerick and the Shannon Way on the Atlantic west coast of Ireland.

Duration: 00:11:47


I Love My Job: Elly Kirkman Hot Air Balloon Pilot -Veronica Matheson

11/23/2017
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In another of our segments, I Love My Job, we recognise people in the industry who really love their job we present Australian Elly Kirkman. Her job is one to covet - a hot-air balloon pilot. And it takes her, and her husband Milton, to work in exotic destinations worldwide. While on holiday in Australia recently Elly chatted to Veronica Matheson about her unusual job. Pictured: Elly's balloon at Sarova Mara Game Camp, Kenya, Africa.

Duration: 00:10:58


Travel News With Gwen Luscombe Nov 22 2017

11/23/2017
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All the Travel News you can use produced and presented by Gwen Luscombe

Duration: 00:07:12


Hanging Rock Winemaker Robert Ellis With Veronica Matheson

11/22/2017
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While still at the top of his game, high profile winemaker John Ellis has handed over the reins as winemaker at Hanging Rock Winery to his son Robert who is now making an impact on the local wine scene. Veronica Matheson talked to Robert about his vision for the Central Victorian winery.

Duration: 00:07:24


Chef Nick Holloway Of NuNu Palm Cove TNQ - Graeme Kemlo

11/22/2017
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It is said that we eat with our eyes first, which seems to be the mantra that award winning celebrity chef Nick Holloway observes with the dishes he serves up at NuNu restaurant in Palm Cove. His plates are full of the colours and gorgeous tastes of tropical north Queensland. I spoke to Nick after earing at his restaurant as part of the Sell TNQ trade event in Cairns and Great Barrier Reef this week.

Duration: 00:13:05


Helen Wong On Macao's Culinary Recognition By UNESCO -Veronica Matheson

11/22/2017
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Long known for its ritzy hotels and casinos, Macau’s has just been recognised by UNESCO for its gastronomy. Veronica Matheson spoke to Helen Wong of the Macao Government Tourism Office in Australasia about the makings of the Macanese cuisine.

Duration: 00:07:41


Journalist Maurie O'Connor On Wining And Dining In Baja California

11/22/2017
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Travel writer Maurie O’Connor has been on the show before reporting from various parts of the world with a fine eye for detail. Maurie is back and this time he’s been to Baja California which most people would probably know starts at Tijuana. Maurie ventured further south to Encenada where he found the food quite different to the local Mexican back home and the wine surprisingly good.

Duration: 00:11:38


Aviation Expert James Lusher On A380 Vs B787 -Graeme Kemlo

11/15/2017
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Our aviation correspondent James Lusher colmments on reports that further development of the double-decker Airbus A380 may be affected by Emirates Airlines' recent decision to switch to the rival Boeing 787 for its latest aircraft orders. James comments on reports it may be chepaer to run two 787s than one A380. He spoke to Graeme Kemlo

Duration: 00:08:13


Kristin Henning Nomad Travel Writer On Minneapolis

11/15/2017
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PALAT member Kristin Henning and her husband sold the family home in Minneapolis Minnesota and have been living a nomadic life travelling all over the world writing and photographing the most fabulous destinations. But every now and then they return to their home town, which is where Kristin reports from as she chats with Graeme Kemlo about the forgotten mid-western city they call a “flyover town” as most jet routes don’t stop there.

Duration: 00:11:46


Author Lee Atkinson Explore Australia By Camper Trailer -Veronica Matheson

11/15/2017
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Lee Atkinson has been writing about her adventures on and off-the-road for Australian newspapers, magazines and travel guides since 1991, and is the author of 11 books. Her latest production is Explore Australia by Camper Trailer which took almost a year to compile, covering 40,000 kilometres, from the tip of Cape York to far south Tasmania. Veronica Matheson spoke to Lee about her travels around Australia with her partner Bill.

Duration: 00:10:25


Travel News With Gwen Luscombe November 15 2017

11/15/2017
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PALAT member Gwen Luscombe presents all the travel news you can use on Travel. Writers Radio

Duration: 00:06:23


Hazel Jain Mumbai Journalist On South Australia's India Push -Graeme Kemlo

11/15/2017
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Hazel Jain is a travel and business journalist for TravelTalk India and HospitalityTalk based in Mumbai. Graeme Kemlo originally met Hazel in South Korea in May on a media trip and recently invited her to contribute to Travel Writers Radio. Last week in Mumbai Hazel attended an event where South Australian winemakers were educating the local market and a rising middle class about wine.

Duration: 00:11:18


Mark Day of Business Events Geelong -Graeme Kemlo

11/8/2017
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Business Events Geelong helps meeting planners conduct business in their region outside Melbourne. Following their recent launch of a new Planners Guide for Geelong, The Bellarine and Werribee, which showcases the region’s best venues, accommodation, experiences and support services. Following a recent visit to the region to see the new infractructure, Graeme Kemlo speaks to Mark Day, Convention Bureau Manager of Business Events Geelong. Contact Business Events Geelong on 03 5244 7119 or...

Duration: 00:13:07


Chris Balazs Sage Beef Regenerative Farm -Graeme Kemlo

11/8/2017
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Chris Balazs of Sage Beef Regenerative Farm in Bannockburn, near Victoria's second city, Geelong. Formerly a scientist, for the past seven years he's been a farmer running his property and his animals a bit differently to his neighbours, avoiding chemicals in favour or compost to encourage better grazing and stress-free meats as Graeme Kemlo discovered when he visited Sage Farm.. www.sagebeef.com.au

Duration: 00:13:46


Merlin Thomas Professor of Medicine with Adelaine Ng Part2

11/8/2017
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If you’ve been confused by health messages in the media in recent times, you’re not alone. In this second of a two-part interview, Adelaine Ng speaks with Merlin Thomas, a Professor of Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne and author of The Longevity List. She asked him how we should approach medical advice, when even advice from national health boards have come into question of late.

Duration: 00:10:30


Cuca Jimbaran Bali in Asia's Top 10 - Chef Kevin Cherkas -Veronica Matheson

11/8/2017
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Canadian Kevin Cherkas and his Spanish wife Virginia are the toast of Bali after their restaurant Cuca in Jimbaran was named one of Trip Advisor’s Top 10 Restaurants in Asia. But right now Kevin and Virginia are on a business trip to Mexico where Veronica Matheson chatted to Kevin who worked as a chef in some of the world’s top restaurants before opening Cuca in Bali four years ago.

Duration: 00:09:50


Liza Kappelle Reports From Beersheba On Charge Of Light Horse Brigade

11/1/2017
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The charge of Australia's the 4th Light Horse Brigade at Beersheba, in 1917 changed the course of the war. The Australian War Memorial says (www.awm.gov.au) "The battle of Beersheba took place on 31 October 1917 as part of the wider British offensive collectively known as the third Battle of Gaza. The final phase of this all day battle was the famous mounted charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade. Commencing at dusk, members of the brigade stormed through the Turkish defences and seized the...

Duration: 00:11:33


Jillian Rechsiedler Manitoba Tourism on Winnipeg Winter -Graeme Kemlo

11/1/2017
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Canada is enjoying a great year in tourism while the US by contrast has releasded figures showing an official drop in visitor numbers. One of the interesting places to discover in Canada is lesser-known – Winnipeg in Manitoba, where they do Winter so well, they are nicknamed Winterpeg. Graeme chats to Manitoba Tourism’s Jillian Rechsiedler.

Duration: 00:10:16


Sam Mitchell Australian Young Adventurer Of The Year -Graeme Kemlo

11/1/2017
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Sam Mitchell, the first person to traverse the Canning Stock Route in Western Australia by solar-powered vehicle – a bicycle He rode through soft red sand for much of the 1,850km. It was truly a great Australian adventure and Sam was just named Young Australian Adventurer of the Year. He spoke to Graeme earlier today

Duration: 00:10:14

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