The Travel Diaries is a weekly interview series where journalist Holly Rubenstein chats to a special guest about their adventures around the world, and the travel experiences and destinations that have shaped their lives. more
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We’re kicking off Season 10 by diving into the world of one of the most iconic figures in the music industry, a Grammy-winning artist whose distinctive voice and reggae beats have seen him top the charts over the past 30 years. That's right, we’re jo... more
On today’s season finale we're joined by a national treasure, and a name synonymous with travel, Dame Joanna Lumley. Joanna's appetite for adventure was deeply engrained from childhood. She was born in Kashmir in the last days of British India, the d... more
Today we’re uncovering another favourite episode from The Travel Diaries archive, now that we have over 100 episodes to pick from, as we build up to our big season finale with Joanna Lumley next week. It was so hard to choose, but when I reflected on... more
Holly’s podcast is so well produced and has really some of the most well-travelled people out there who have fascinating perspectives. A really good chance to dream while commuting! more
This is my way of treating myself as it transports me to places I have been and also want to go in the future! I make a note of locations, hidden gems and even restaurants mentioned by the guests. Best podcast ever, I’m totally addicted and am already plotting my holidays for next year with so many tips and suggestions. It has something for everyone. Sometimes I fall asleep with my AirPods in and I have to replay the same guest several times so I don’t miss anything! more
Down loaded these for recent holiday to Greek islands and haven’t stoped listen to them, great mix of guests and the way they are done transports you to the places they are talking about, Iv been lucky enough to travel the world over a couple of times, but it stirred something in me to continue to travel even more with a sustainable note in mind and to some places I’d previously not really considered. Please keep making them Holly!!!
I saw this as Podcast of the Week in The Times, and this new season has been brilliant. Holly’s guests are fantastic and I’m always referring to her show notes to plan places to visit and book. Holly also just sounds like a really nice person. Thank you for inspiring so much wanderlust in me, Holly.
Never have I enjoyed a podcast as much as I have this one. Love it
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