How does London’s West End compare to Broadway? The CEO of the London Theater Society weighs in. While the Tower of London is notorious for its disembodied heads, you’d be surprised how few people actually died within its walls. Peter discusses all that and more on his radio show, broadcasting from the Dorchester London, one of London’s oldest hotels.
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David Scowsill, CEO of the World Travel and Tourism Council, discusses the upcoming conference in Hainan, China, as well as where airline travel is headed in the coming year.
Sally Dixon-Smith, curator for the Tower of London, shares some of her best insider stories about the Tower, including those elusive Queen jewels and how often they are used.
Julian Bird, CEO of the London Theater Society, talks about London’s West End, as well as the smaller productions in the city. He discusses shows in London that eventually make their way to Broadway.
Sharon Ament, Director of the Museum of London, discusses upcoming exhibits and London’s illustrious museum scene.
Julie Falconer, American travel writer for A Lady in London, touches on her latest adventure in British Columbia, Canada, as well as the process it took to finally get her British citizenship.
Elizabeth Morgan-Rees, travel journalist, discusses her recent trip to Lebanon and the suffering travel industry due to the unrest in that region.
Henry Brosi, Dorchester head chef, talks about his favorite local hangouts and that famous Dorchester afternoon tea.
Roland Fasel, general manager of the Dorchester Collection, discusses the many changes happening to the hotel as it deals with ever-growing luxury hotel brands in London.
Ian Kikuchi, curator for the Imperial War Museum, talks war airplanes with Peter, including the impressive collection owned by the museum.
Gordon Innes, CEO of London and Partners, discusses tourism trends in London and how the number of visitors has grown exponentially.
By Alyssa Caverley for PeterGreenberg.com