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The Trip (podcast)

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The Trip is a weekly travel and interview podcast produced by Roads & Kingdoms. It was launched in 2017 by Roads & Kingdoms co-founder Nathan Thornburgh and Anthony Bourdain, who was a partner and investor at Roads & Kingdoms.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

The Trip
The Trip logo
Artwork by Edel Rodriguez
Presentation
Hosted byNathan Thornburgh
Production
Theme music composed byDan the Automator
No. of episodes26
Publication
Original release2017 – present
ProviderRoads & Kingdoms
Websiteroadsandkingdoms.com/the-trip-podcast/

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Overview[edit]

The Trip follows host Nathan Thornburgh exploring destinations through “drinking with exceptional people around the world.”[8] Recent episodes have featured Thornburgh sharing smoked apple cider and caraway moonshine with bar owner Asya Khramchenkova in St. Petersburg, cocktails with Irish chef JP McMahon, and Japanese energy drinks with comedian W. Kamau Bell.[9][10][11] Other guests have included José Andrés, Samin Nosrat, and Jason Rezaian.[12] Since Bourdain's death, The Trip has altered its format slightly to move to an ongoing weekly show instead of a season-based show, and to focus on the interview aspect of the podcast.[13] In March 2019, the podcast platform Luminary announced that the Trip would be one of its early shows.[14]

References[edit]

  1. Nagy, Colin (Nov 9, 2016). "Roads and Kingdoms Extends Its Brand of Travel Reportage Into Podcasts". Skift.
  2. Galarza, Daniel (May 27, 2015). "Anthony Bourdain Invests in Food and Culture Website Roads & Kingdoms". Eater.
  3. "The Trip - Roads & Kingdoms". Top Podcast.
  4. Michelson, Megan (March 14, 2018). "Our Favorite Adventure-Travel Podcasts". Outside.
  5. Guaglione, Sara (April 11, 2017). "CNN, Roads & Kingdoms Team For Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' Site". MediaPost.
  6. Quah, Nicholas (Nov 1, 2016). "Hot Pod: Will 60dB's algorithms and user experience give it a lead over other audio platforms?". Nieman Lab.
  7. Webster, Emma Sarran (March 20, 2019). "6 travel podcasts to fuel your wanderlust". Mic.
  8. "The Trip - Roads & Kingdoms". Top Podcast.
  9. "Episode 8: Drinking Saint Petersburg". Player.FM.
  10. "Episode 14: Dreams of Pickled Heron in Galway". Player.FM.
  11. "Episode 18: Japanese Energy Drinks with W. Kamau Bell". Player.FM.
  12. "THE TRIP: DRINKING WITH EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD". Roads & Kingdoms.
  13. Thornburgh, Nathan (Oct 1, 2018). "WELCOME (BACK) TO THE TRIP". Roads & Kingdoms.
  14. "Luminary Shows". Luminary.


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