Peter is broadcasting his radio show this weekend from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Catherine Hamm, travel editor for the Los Angeles Times, gives us important tips on travel safety.
Vegas historian Geoff Schumacher discusses Howard Hughes and more recent Las Vegas history.
Charles Veley, the “World’s Most Traveled Man,” talks about his travels through Nevada.
Mayor Oscar Goodman discusses his Las Vegas, and why it’s such a great city.
Rob Lovitt, travel reporter for MSNBC, talks about travel gadgets, experimental hotel rooms and more.
Paul Bowler, performer with Cirque du Soleil’s “Mystere,” discusses what it’s like living and working in Vegas.
Jane Wooldridge, travel editor for the Miami Herald, shares stories about her travels over the last 30 years and what she’s learned along the way.
Mary Kirby, senior editor at Flight International, gives you the latest travel news.
Howard Stutz, columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, reveals what to see and do in Vegas that you won’t find in the brochures.
Henry Gold, founder of the Tour d’Afrique bike tour, tells you how you can get involved.
Mark Malkoff, the new Guinness world record holder for the most flights in 30 days, answers the question he gets asked most often: why?
Check out previous shows in our Radio Archives.