• 00:30

    David Paul Appell of Tripatini joins Transformed Traveler

    in Travel

    David Paul Appell, founder of Tripatini, and world renown travel editor, shares his thoughts on transformative travel.
     
    Sponsored by Mission Capital Management, Maui Joe Coffee, Simple Truths, and Gracefully Yours cards and journals.

  • 00:20

    Sara Safari joins Transformed Traveler show to discuss climbing Mt. Everest

    in Lifestyle

    Sara Safari joins Transformed Traveler show to discuss climbing Mt. Everest. This show is presented by AAA and their best selling travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for discounts

  • 00:27

    Transformed Traveler welcomes back Sandy Salle of Hills of Africa

    in Lifestyle

    Transformed Traveler welcomes back Sandy Salle of Hills of Africa.


    This show is presented by AAA and their best selling travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtravelers.com for great discounts.

  • 00:33

    Wanda Radetti of Visit Croatia joins Transformed Traveler

    in Lifestyle

    Transformed Traveler welcomes back Wanda Radetti, awarded The World's Top Travel Specialist for Croatia by Conde Nast.


    VisitCroatia.com


    This show is presented by AAA and their best selling travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for details.

  • 00:19

    Transformed Traveler welcomes Pauline Frommer

    in Lifestyle

    The Transformed Traveler discusses sensory travel with the incomparable Pauline Frommer. 


    The Frommer family has made a lasting mark on how we travel. From generation to generation, their family's focus on our enjoyment as travelers has literally changed the landscape of the $15 trillion travel industry. 


    In 1957, Arthur Frommer, a young corporal in the U.S. Army, wrote a travel guide for American GIs in Europe, and then produced a civilian version called Europe on $5 a Day.[3] The book ranked popular landmarks and sights in order of importance and included suggestions on how to travel around Europe on a budget. It was the first travel guide to show Americans that they could afford to travel in Europe. Arthur Frommer returned to the United States and began practicing law. During that time, he continued to write and also began to self-publish guidebooks to additional destinations, including New York, Mexico, Hawaii, Japan and the Caribbean. Call into 646-727-2255 and talk live with Pauline Frommer.


    This show is sponsored by AAA and their world class travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for discounts on America's favorite travel journals.

  • 00:18

    Margaret Swallow joins Transformed Traveler in Guatemala

    in Lifestyle

    Former Folgers/P&G brand manager Margaret Swallow has developed a work program in the coffee farms of Guatemala. She is a true transformed traveler, created change throughout the world, while enjoying the sensory wonders of travels.


    This show is presented by AAA and their 53 million members. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com to purchase America's favorite travel journals at a discount.

  • 01:06

    Transformed By Grief

    in Art

    with Dianne Gray

  • 00:23

    Transformed Traveler in Quebec City with Francois Giguere & Dr. Brigitte Beaudry

    in Lifestyle

    Transformed Traveler visits Quebec City with Francois Giguere and Dr. Brigitte Beaudry. Listen to their adventures through their five senses as they recall fond memories of a city they love so well. 


    Francois is the former General Manager for the Colorado Avalanche hockey team. 


    This show is sponsored by AAA and their best selling journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for 40% off discounts.

  • 00:31

    Transformed Traveler Heather Tocquigny shares journey to Southeast Asia

    in Lifestyle

    Transformed Traveler Heather Tocquigny shares her five sensory travels through southeast Asia including stops in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Anghor Wat, Bangkok and the southern shores of Thailand. 


    This show is sponsored by AAA and their best selling travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for special discounts.

  • 00:59

    Humans in the Loop: Germanwings 9525 & the Future of Autonomous Transportation

    in Technology

    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon resume their discussion from last week about self-driving cars in light of the tragic news about Germanwings flight 9525. 


    Statistics show that pilot error has consistently caused between 50% and 60% of all airplane crashes over the decades. Deliberate sabotage accounts for another 3% to 10% annually. Then there's "other human error" accounting for another 6%. Large portions of the process of controlling a commercial aircraft have already been successfully automated. As with  self-driving cars: fully self-flying airplanes could be substantially less than perfect and yet still out-perform humans by a signficant margin. 


    Is it time for the switch? How hard (or easy) will it be?


    Plus:



    50th Anniversary of the First Spacewalk
    Seeing in Color
    The Man Who Saved a Billion Lives


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  • 00:22

    Transformed Traveler welcomes David Smith

    in Lifestyle


    David Smith hiked the 2200-mile Appalachian Trail as a chaplain for the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church. He is a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tenn.


     



    Smith, who was 69 at the time, completed the hike through 14 states from Georgia to Maine over a six-month period. Each year, 2-3 million people hike the Appalachian Trail.


     



    For Smith, the woods can be a place for seeking God and finding spiritual rest. His trail nickname is “Shortstop.


     



    The AT Chaplaincy is set to enter its third year. Bert Emmerson, a member of First United Methodist Church of Maryville, Tenn., has been selected as the 2015 chaplain. He will begin in June, hiking the trail from Maine to Georgia. Josh Lindamood, from Lynchburg, Va., was the first AT Chaplain. He was 26 at the time.


    Find out...



    What type of training did you receive or what were the requirements for you to become the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
    Why is there a need for a chaplain along the trail?
    What was the most difficult part of your experience as the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
    What was the most rewarding part of your experience?
    As you travel around the U.S. talking about your experiences, what is your primary goal?
    Tell me how you acquired the nickname of “Shortstop.”
    The AT Chaplaincy program is in its 3rd year, with Bert Emmerson heading out in June. What advice to you have for him?
    Although you aren’t an official AT Chaplain any longer, do you still find yourself in that role from time to time?
    How did being the AT Chaplain change you?


     


     


    Updated 2.6.15


     

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