Something to Declare: programme two
Friday 14 March 2008
Something to Declare is the UK's only travel magazine radio programme, presented by Ben Ross and Frances Tuke.
The aim is to translate to radio The Independent's long-held values of inspiring, informing and entertaining travellers - with production standards to match the best of the BBC. The programme mixes expert advice from studio guests with reports from travellers and the travel trade across the world.
The new edition has a Spanish-speaking flavour; we visit a new Morocco-style riad in Malaga, step off the standard tourist trail in Peru and talk to a guidebook writer who is always getting lost in the Andes.
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