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Episode #38 – A Special All-Request Hour – The Best of RTR

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Last week, our listeners spoke, and we listened! Jeremy and Dave picked out your favorite interviews, travel topics, news stories, and comedy sketches over the past year and combined them into one action-packed hour of entertainment. This week we bring you a special all-request hour on Road Trip Radio.  Some of the segments you’ll hear include:

  • The Lincoln Highway – As It Was in 1916
  • Crazy Russian Bus Driver Antics
  • Colorado’s Million Dollar Highway
  • Out-of-Control Airline Passenger Duct-Taped to His Seat
  • Plus Much More!

Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page for daily road trip tips. You won’t want to miss this special look back at the past year of Road Trip Radio. It’s a special hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on the travel show for the common man!

Episode #1 – Resort Fees, Toll Roads, & Luggage Fees – What’s Next?

People have been asking us, “What is Road Trip Radio?”  Well, it’s the travel show for the common man.  Road Trip Radio focuses on leisure travel and road trips, although all travel and transportation issues are fair game for the show.  It’s mostly travel, with a good share of humor and fun thrown in.  Join us live every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. East, 7 p.m. West.  Call in and add your two cents at (646) 915-8095.

On this week’s premiere episode, we tackle the fees most detested by leisure travelers and business travelers alike:  resort fees, toll roads, and airline luggage charges.  Host Jeremy Krug and co-host Dave Godar give their opinions and discuss the week’s (somewhat) biggest travel story – the man that had to be duct-taped to his airline seat so he wouldn’t choke his fellow passengers.  In our Along the Way segment, we discuss the natural beauty and excitement of driving Colorado’s Million Dollar Highway.  It’s the first full-length episode, so Jeremy and Dave learn to work the equipment in the studio.

Next week’s topic:  The Worst Roads in America

Listen to Episode #1 – January 8, 2013