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Our World: Bear necessities of life
MOGENS JOHANSEN captures the joy of Grinder the grizzly, who is thriving in captivity.
Arrivals & Departures: Compact pods a sleeping giant
MOGENS JOHANSEN explores the rise in small-format accommodation.
Arrivals & Departures: The force awakens
Star Wars fans who have imagined themselves travelling to a galaxy far, far away are finally able to do so, writes MOGENS JOHANSEN.
Glacier Bay, Alaska
There is a loud crack followed by a low rumble. The Marjerie glacier is calving – large pieces of glacial ice cascades into the icy water below. In that instant they become growlers bobbing up and down in the water as they slowly become accustomed to their new environment... Hear journalist and photographer Mogens Johansen recount some of the most exciting moments in his recent 7-day cruise from Vancouver along the scenic inside passage to Alaska, as we look at some of his spectacular photographs. You can read the full story in this Saturday's Weekend West travel liftout.
Our World: Throwing in the towel
Stephen Scourfield gets to grips with a traveller’s best friend.
The Travel Club Show : Matt & Dillo's Epic American Music Cities Tour
America’s music cities tell their story through song, and who better to guide visitors through the classic sounds of the States than radio host Matt Layton.
Our World: Explore America's music history with Matt Layton
From New Orleans to Memphis and Nashville. From jazz to blues to country. America’s music cities tell their story through song, and who better to guide visitors through the classic sounds of the States than radio host Matt Layton.
Arrivals & Departures: Hawaiian volcano still a star attraction
Standing tall at more than 4200m, Maunakea’s altitude, atmospheric stability and minimal cloud cover are among the reasons the dormant Hawaiian volcano is regarded as the home of astronomy.
Talking Travel: South coast and Southern States
This week's surprise sound is from our tranquil south coast. And, Matt Layton tells Stephen Scourfield about his exciting tour of America's Music Cities.
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