Want to know the airports to skip if you’re hoping to arrive at your destination on time? Wall Street Journal Travel Editor Scott McCartney discusses airport delays and how to avoid them.
Legendary explorer Col. John Blashford-Snell, OBE, shares his latest adventure: helping the charity Just A Drop bring clean water to people all over the world.
Plus, don’t miss special first-person reports on the London riots from an American expat, a local travel writer and more when Peter broadcasts his show this Saturday, August 20, from the Corinthia Hotel in London, England.
Featured guests include:
Scott McCartney, travel editor for the Wall Street Journal, discussing airport delays and FAA reimbursements as well as the week’s top travel news;
Michael Cole, spokesman, journalist and broadcaster, walks listeners through the history of the Corinthia as well as his personal connection with Dodi Fayed and Princess Diana.
Col. John Blashford-Snell, OBE, President of World Travel Market, speaks about Just A Drop, the charitable organization that aims to make safe water available for all.
Sean O’Neill, freelance travel writer, London local, BudgetTravel.com contributing editor, recounts life in London during the riots, and why he still feels that London is a great community.
Garry Hollihead, the Michelin-starred executive chef of the Corinthia London, describes what he brought to the menu, his favorite dish as well as Peter’s favorite dish.
Julie Falconer, an American expat behind the blog ALadyinLondon.com, offers her take on the recent London riots as well as her favorite places in the city.
Colin Ingram, producer of the new Ghosts The Musical, explains the four-and-half year process it took to get it to the stage.
Tanya Rose, author of Travel Secrets, sharing some of her favorite places from around the world and London;
Andres Fabris, founder & CEO of Traxo.com, highlighting tech trends for the fall and showing how travelers can better use the technology that is out there now;
Jennifer Steain, Head Concierge of Corinthia, gives us a great insider perspective on the services available and her most memorable guests.
Susan Harmsworth, CEO and Founder of the spa company ESPA International, answers the question: “Why do they always whisper in spas?”
Su Ball, the Executive Director at GA Design, takes us behind the scenes of what it’s like to renovate a legendary hotel.
Peter will be taking your calls and answering your travel problems on the air! Call in with your travel questions at 1-888-88-PETER (1-888-887-3837) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Write “ASK PETER” in the subject line.)
For more on Peter’s broadcast location, check out the Web site of the Corinthia Hotel in London, England.