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In the last Excess Baggage, John McCarthy talks to three inveterate travellers: Sara Wheeler, who has written on Africa and the Antarctic, explorer Benedict Allen who has travelled in Siberia and New Guinea and documentary maker Simon Reeve who has j... more
John McCarthy discusses travel to the African countries of Rwanda, Uganda and to the world's newest country, South Sudan. With his guests, doctor Rob Summerhayes, paramedic Franz Opitz and forensic accountant Benedict Jenks - John finds out what attr... more
John McCarthy meets the former debutante Meriel Larken who fell in love with Peru and rescued and restored a Victorian steam ship on Lake Titicaca. He is also joined by Chris Smith and Liz Peel who went by canoe through the Bolivian jungle in search ... more
For my money, this was the best programme on Radio 4. I still miss it.
If you're into traveling and getting to know and explore the world it's certainly a place for you. The host is smart and really curious and brings so much vibe into the podcast. Amazing! Just try it!
I enjoy the breadth of stories. Collectively they are all about the different ways of, and motivations for, venturing out and travelling - down the street or to some far-flung destination. I download the podcasts and they keep me sated when I'm not on a travel adventure of my own.
Really upset it finished but happy its on saturday live now!
I love hearing about places all around the world, truly! From the South Pole to Maine, and beyond! Even Argentina and their guests' quest to learn and perfect the Tango. The guests are amazing, and from all walks of like. If you like geography and history, you will love this podcast. Give it a go and see for yourself.
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Excess Baggage launched 16 years ago and published 85 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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