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  • 00:41

    Travel Today -- WTTC, Madrid, Spain

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    This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit in Madrid, Spain. The 15th annual WTTC Global Summit once again unites travel and tourism leaders from around the world, bringing together top representatives from the public and private sectors.


    Joining at the annual conference is Roger Dow, CEO of the US Travel Association. He’ll be discussing the Open Skies Agreement and how rising tides will lift all ships when it comes to growth in the airline industry. Then Geoffrey Kent, CEO of Abercrombie & Kent, gives us insight into his brand of luxury experiences, and Mark Dunkerly, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, talks about why leisure travel is on track for fast growth in 2016. There’s all of this and more from the WTTC Global Summit in Madrid, Spain.

  • 00:39

    Travel Today - Hotel del Coronado, California

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    This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. It’s a historic hotel. It’s a haunted hotel. For movie buffs, it was also the location for the legendary film Some Like it Hot with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe.


    Meredith Manee, Chef de Cuisine at 1500 Ocean restaurant, tells us about the most surprising dish she serves at 1500 Ocean (a people pleasing fish) and what she’s doing to locally source delicious ingredients.  “Gnarly” Neal, owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction to share stories of surfing in San Diego. All of this and more is on this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County, California.

  • 00:42

    Travel Today - L'Auberge Del Mar, California

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    This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, California. Celebrity Triathlete Scott Tinley shares the evolution of the triathlon and what he did during peak times to train. Also stopping by is Chief Lifeguard Pat Vergne to talk about Del Mar’s beaches and the stories he’s been sharing on the water for 34 years. All of this and more is on this week’s episode of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, Californa.

  • 00:42

    Travel Today - The Athenaeum London

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    This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Athenaeum in London. Situated just steps away from St. James Park, this family-owned establishment is one of Peter’s favorites. He’s been going there for more than 30 years, and it started because of Sally Bulloch, the electric, dynamic general manager—and at the time the only woman to hold that post in a London Hotel. We pay tribute to Sally this week, as we’re joined by Tim Arthur, CEO of Time Out, who gives some of his off-the-brochure secrets for visiting London.


    Also joining us is London travel writer and U.S. expat Amy Laughinghouse who talks about the best walking tours in London. All of this and more when Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Athenaeum in London.

  • 00:06

    Pelican Hill Executive Chef Jean-Pierre Dubray

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    Executive Chef Jean-Pierre Dubray of The Resort at Pelican Hill dishes the details about the resort’s surprisingly popular items, like Thai Fettuccine. Then, he explains why farm-to-table is not a new concept—more of an ever-evolving one. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from the The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California. 

  • 01:00

    Peter Greenberg, Travel Friends & Jazz

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    Join World Footprints as we catch up with our good friend Peter Greenberg at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC.  Peter offers one very intriguing travel tip that is sure to raise some eyebrows.  Then we’ll introduce you to Dr. Kelly Bricker, Chair of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council.  Dr. Bricker will talk about the power of tourism and travel to implement positive change in society and we’ll get an update about the upcoming TIES conference.  Our good friend Kelly Schulz with the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau treats Tonya to lunch and a great conversation about what’s happening in New Orleans.  Finally, another good friend, Polish-born composer, guitarist and violinist, Lucas Lechowski (pronounced Le-hoff-ski) shares his unique artistry and musical styles with us.  

  • 00:37

    Travel Today - Cairo Egypt

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    This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt. We’ve been broadcasting at least once every year from Egypt since 1998. Tourism numbers are down drastically in Egypt, but, as a veteran traveler to the region, Peter argues that this is perhaps the best time to go! You’ll find hardly anyone at the pyramids, and while more than 300 boats usually travel down the Nile in Luxor, this year only about six are operating. Joining Peter will be John Boulding, CEO of Insight Vacations to discuss why his boat, the Tosca, is running—as business is slowly starting to improve.


    A few ambassadors also stop by to give their situation report on Cairo and the rest of the country. Then, we go on a quick detour to visit celebrity Chef John Besh to talk about another city that knows all too well about recovery: New Orleans (especially as we near the tenth anniversary of Katrina). All of this and more during this week’s episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt.

  • 00:07

    Sports Editor of the Perthshire Advertiser, Scotland

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    Gordon Bannerman,  Sports Editor of the Perthshire Advertiser, discusses all things golf as well as other popular sports in Scotland. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg. 

  • 00:07

    Beijing Expat Guide

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    Ruth Vahle, founder of the Beijing Expat Guide, gives us some advice for coming to Beijing, tells us what US television programs are most popular in Beijing, and describes why Beijing is a very safe city. All of this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from Beijing, China. 

  • 00:07

    Great Lakes Safaris Uganda Tour Operator

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    Mr. Amos Wekesa, Managing Director of Great Lakes Safaris, shares some of his favorite places including some of the best spots for white water rafting. Wekesa calls Uganda “Africa compressed,” because everything you can find on the continent of Africa, you can also find in Uganda. All this and more when this episode for Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Kampala, Uganda. 

  • 00:11

    Famed Ugandan Publisher James Tumusiime

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    Mr. James Tumusiime, famed Ugandan publisher and owner of the Igongo Cultural Center, tells Peter about some of the Ugandan history represented at the cultural center. All of this and more when this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the Speke Resort Munyonyo in Kampala, Uganda