Today I’m joined by the historian and broadcaster, Dan Snow. You’re probably already a fan of his podcast, Dan Snow’s History Hit. Following in the footsteps of his journalist parents, Dan is now a mainstay on our TV screens, often presenting programmes linked to his love of history - and history and travel of course come hand in hand.
I enjoyed this chat with Dan so much that it had to be a “long haul” feature length episode. As well as bringing to life so many far flung destinations (check out that list below!) Dan’s insights into the meaning of travel, and the impact of travel, I found to be fascinating. I hope you do too!
- North Wales
- Zanzibar, Tanzania
- Timbuktu, Mali
- Mount Assiniboine, Western Canada
- Maui, Hawaii, USA
- Amsterdam, Holland
- Oberoi Hotel, Jaipur, India
- Vasa Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
- Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden
- Northumberland, England
- Lancashire, England
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- New England, USA
- St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean
- Sao Tome & Principe
You can listen to Dan’s brilliant podcast, Dan Snow’s History Hit here. And check out his online history channel, HistoryHit.TV too.
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This is episode was produced by Holly Rubenstein
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