This Week: Feb. 14, 2009
This Saturday Peter will be broadcasting from the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California.
Marc Wanamaker, Beverly Hills historian, will give us a lesson on the growth of Beverly Hills and what to see when you visit.
Jane Engle, assistant travel editor for the Los Angeles Times, will talk about cruise bargains and the new passport rules.
Robbie Anderson, great-grandson of the first owner of the Beverly Hills Hotel, will discuss the landmark’s storied past and plans for the future.
Kathy Nenneker, editor in chief of Beverly Hills magazine, will list some off-the-beaten-path places to shop, play and eat while you are in Beverly Hills.
Greg Feith, international aviation safety consultant and former NTSB lead investigator, discusses the Continental Airlines crash.
Larry Olmstead, travel writer and author of Getting into Guinness, will divulge some of the crazy things people do to get into the second most-read book in the world.
Nicholas Kralev, Washington Times diplomatic correspondent, will discuss his article “Should airlines honor fare errors?”
Johnny Jet, travel writer, explorer and online guru, will tell you about four great new travel Web sites.
Jeff Yeager, the Web’s “Ultimate Cheapskate,” will teach you how to pay less for anything.
Scott McCartney, travel editor for The Wall Street Journal, will discuss why airlines are paying fewer fines even though they are getting more complaints than ever.
Steve Clark, senior park ranger for the City of Beverly Hills, will talk about the city’s historic Greystone Mansion.