007 LISTENup: Bee is for Banna

May 13, 2010

[audio:] The LISTENup Podcast series is back for a limited time only (that’s my way of saying I’ll produce one when I can!) Strap on your walking boots, and come explore the Xishuangbanna region of China’s, Yunnan Province. One of the most incredible regions in the world, for myriad reasons.

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Travel Podcast Reviews

March 4, 2010

Hands up if you have hearing. OK, now hands up if you own an MP3 player. Hands up if you own a computer. Hands up if you like travel. If both your arms are aching, then you’re the target audience for the following collection of free audio travel podcasts.

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006 LISTENup: The Flirt of the Forest

January 11, 2010

[audio:] The LISTENup podcast series returns, with a sensuous foray into the Sumatran jungle, before catching a tortuous getaway bus out. Ant gets up close and overly personal with the People of the Forest, before sampling the rich palette of colours which make up this mystical Indonesian island.

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005 LISTENup: Heartbreak Hotel

December 7, 2009

[audio:] This week’s LISTENup travelcast takes you into the A&E department of a south Indian hospital. I’m induced with a cocktail of drugs, and set free upon an unforgettable journey through the Keralan backwaters, and through the water parks of the Western Ghats.

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004 LISTENup: The Sling of Sing’

November 26, 2009

[audio:] This week’s LISTENup travel podcast revisits one of Asia’s main hubs, at one of the most turbulent times on The Trail. A city of contrasts, on a continent full of fantasia.

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The Kites of Kathmandu (Audio Podcast)

October 27, 2009

[audio:] This week’s LISTENup travelcast revisits the Nepali capital of Kathmandu. A city I visited two years ago, and where I penned the original entry of The Kites of Kathmandu.

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Trans-Siberian: It’s Right Down My Street (Audio)

October 13, 2009

[audio:] In my latest audio enabled post, I take a look back at my journey from Russia, across the Trans-Siberian railway into Mongolia. If you’re viewing this through a RSS reader, there’s a chance it hasn’t shown up –- I’m working on overcoming this gremlin, however in the meantime I invite you to visit the […]

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