The Art Of Travel Writing

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Now that television and the package tour have reached the parts only the seriously intrepid had reached before, are the days of the serious traveller numbered?

Annette Kobak discusses this and other questions with Bill Bryson ,

PJ Kavanagh , Ella Maillart and Caryl Phillips in a programme recorded at the Cheltenham Festival.

Producer Kate McAll. Stereo

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Unknown: Annette Kobak

Unknown: Bill Bryson

Unknown: Pj Kavanagh

Unknown: Ella Maillart

Unknown: Caryl Phillips

Producer: Kate McAll.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911228]

Unknown: Annette Kobak

Unknown: Bill Bryson

Unknown: Pj Kavanagh

Unknown: Ella Maillart

Unknown: Caryl Phillips

Producer: Kate McAll.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920425]

"Abroad is not so abroad as it used to be," said

Jan Morris in the 1960s. Yet 30 years on, travel writing is more popular than ever, both with readers and writers. Now that television and the package tour have reached the parts only the seriously intrepid had reached before, are the days of the serious traveller numbered? Annette Kobak discusses this and other questions with Bill Bryson , P J Kavanagh ,

Ella Maillart and Caryl Phillips in a programme recorded in front of an audience at the Cheltenham Festival.

Producer Kate McAII

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920425]

Unknown: Jan Morris

Unknown: Annette Kobak

Unknown: Bill Bryson

Unknown: J Kavanagh

Unknown: Ella Maillart

Unknown: Caryl Phillips

Producer: Kate McAii