Travel Itch Radio

Join Dan Schlossberg and co-host Maryellen Nugent Lee, renowned NYC publicist, for the 12th Season of Travel Itch Radio every Thursday from 8:00-8:30 p.m. ET.

Call in to speak with the hosts:  (914) 338-0314

UP NEXT ON TRAVEL ITCH: Sean Phipps of Chattanooga Tourism visits with Travel Itch this Thursday, 6/8 at 8p EST. Though best-known because of the Glenn Miller hit Chattanooga Choo-Choo, the city is nestled on the banks of the Tennessee River and surrounded by Lookout and Signal Mountains, among others. Summer outdoor activities range from mountain climbing and mountain biking to whitewater rafting, kayaking, and exploring rivberside parks and athletic facilities. Listen live on and iTunes.

2023 Travel Itch Radio Shows 

06-15 Ellijay, GA

06-22 Boston, MA July 4th Festivities

06-29 Seattle, WA MLB All-Star Host City

07-06 Gettysburg, PA

07-13 Florida’s Sports Coast

07-20 The Alamo (San Antonio, TX)

07-27 Recreation.Gov (National Parks ticketing)

08-03 The Homestead, Madison, CT (tentative)

08-10 Philadelphia and its countryside

08-17 West Virginia

09-07 General Manager, The Union Station Nashville Yards

09-14 On-Location Tours

09-21 Scottsdale, AZ

2023 Travel Itch Radio (Season #12)

Podcast DateClick to ListenTravel Itch Radio Guest
06-01Jonathan Smith, “East Broad Top” Central PA Railroad Line
05-25Edward Parker, Director of Food & Beverage, Omni Rio la Mansion (San Antonio, TX)
05-18Lagina Fitzpatrick, Executive Director, Central Missouri’s Tri-County Lodging Association
05-11Phabulous Phlash Phelps, ’60s Gold on Sirius XM Satellite Radio
05-04Photographer Jean Fruth and retired Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson “Grassroots Baseball”
04-27Brantley Ussery, Charlottsville Abermarle Convention and Visitors Bureau
04-20“Travel Itch 500th Anniversary one-hour special” with guests: Jay Smith of Sports Travel and Tours; Sue Presby, co-owner of the Mt. Washington Cog Railway; Tony Muia of A Slice of Brooklyn bus tours; and Denise Seomin of The Phoenician.
04-13Gino diCaro, “California Wine Institute”
04-06Jason Gleason, Executive Director, “Destination Montclair”
03-30Jackie Parker, “Fort Myers, FL”
03-23Wendy Haase, “Santa Ana, CA”
03-16Shanny Halle, “Canada’s Eastern Townships”
03-09Phil Wiedinger, Wiedinger Public Relations, Lake Tahoe, NV
03-02Holly Williamson, Smithsonian Air & Space Museum
02-23Tracie Silberberg, “City Experiences by Hornblower”
02-16Rorie McLeod, Media Relations, Canadian Museum for Human Rights
02-09Dr. Stefan Hazen, “Palm Beach & Jupiter Dolphin Tours”
02-02Rick Mater, Author of “Six Hours: Running For My Life in the Grand Canyon”
01-26Simmy Allen, head of communications for the International Section (Jerusalem)
01-19Robert Arends, The Lodge at Torrey Pines (La Jolla, CA)
01-12Helena Stevens, Executive Director, Ocracoke Tourism Development Authority
01-05Evan O’Brien, Creative Manager, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, “250th Boston Tea Party Anniversary”

Travel Itch Radio 2022 Archives

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3 thoughts on “Travel Itch Radio

  1. Hi, Dan and Mary Ellen. Just listened to your talk with Linda Ballou. I have read Linda’s book about Isabella Bird and she has read my horse memoir At Home on a Horse in the Woods. My horse travels have been more inward than Linda’s: the latest one in the same state forest on the same horse for 21 years. My 2nd book is about the horse-related craft of braiding horsehair jewelry which allows me to hear wonderful tales about the owners who order jewelry from the tail hair of the horses they love. The covers and links to both my books are on my website: I am listed on LinkedIn but frankly don’t know how to navigate it. Not sure of my books fit into your blog concept, but if they do, I’d love to hear back from you. Regards, Jan(et) W. Alexander


  2. I can’t believe travel itch radio is still going strong; it has come to me as such a significant surprise. I’ve been listening to it for years now and have been a big fan. I wish them the best of luck!


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