About This Show
World Footprints is a multi award-winning radio show and leading voice in socially responsible travel & lifestyle. High-profile guests have included Maya Angelou, James Carville, Jack Hanna, Bobby Kennedy, Jr., David Rockefeller, Jr., Ken Burns and many others who are leaving a legacy of positive footprints.
World Footprints takes listeners on remarkable journeys from dinosaur digs in Montana, the White House and Olympic Games to the United Nations. Our goal is to foster global citizenship, encourage responsible travel and positive lifestyle choices, and connect the dots and bridge cultural gaps.
Join us and explore the world.
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Exploring Paris, China, Family Travel and City Pass
To understand a city one must look through the lens of its artists with open eyes, appreciate the personal stories of locals, and sometimes jump on a fast track to have time at popular attractions.
Art curator and author Matt Wagner travels the world looking for the Tall Trees—the artists that stand out and help share our common humanity. In his third Tall Trees book series Matt explores the artist community in Paris.
As a mother of three, family travel expert Shelly Rivoli says when traveling with babies it is important to remain calm. Shelly has learned a lot of tricks and tips for traveling with children first-hand.
Deborah Wakefield from City Pass will tell us how we can visit the top attractions in North America’s popular tourist destinations without standing in a long queue.
We will travel inside the Middle Kingdom with author Jonathan Geldhart to gain some insights into modern China. Through the personal stories in his book Jonathan shares new truths about this mysterious country.
Join us as we explore Tall Trees of Paris and modern China, learn the art of family travel and jump the queue at popular attractions. We’ll also visit Portland, Oregon and Williamburg, Virginia on World Footprints with Ian and Tonya Fitzpatrick.