Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams Radio Shows Archive




September 30, 2023. . . Show ID #2034

Traveling with children? Libraries provide interesting, educational, informative events, programs and services! Get inspired to put libraries on your travel itinerary and home staycations’ agenda as we visit two libraries in the Pacific Northwest of the US. This is a great way to meet the locals and create opportunities for children to interact with their peers in other regions while traveling.


Kat Liddell, Chetco Community Public Library, Assistant Director, Based in Brookings, Oregon, USA.

Listen to a Chat with Kat! :

Phyllis Goodeill, Del Norte County Library District, Director, Based in Crescent City, California, USA.

Creative programming is found in abundance in Del Norte County libraries. Let’s sit in with Director Phyllis Goodeill and Stephanie Abrams to get a peak into just a few of their engaging programs!

September 24, 2023. . . Show ID #2033

Globally renowned celebrity chefs, culinary experts who are known for the TV appearances and authoring a massive number of cookbooks and who have both made a significant contribution to making the Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, Ireland a premier educational program from students aspiring to be great chefs are guests of global travel expert Stephanie Abrams as she chats with her guests for her radio, and TV, audiences benefit. Join Stephanie and sit in on this historic chat with guests:

Rachel Allen, chef extraordinaire and Darina Allen, founder and inspirational head of Ballymaloe Cookery School.

September 23, 2023. . . Show ID #2032

This episode of Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams is devoted to an historic interview with Malachy McCourt, author of nine books including NYTimes Best Seller, “A Monk Swimming,” actor/playwright/humorist/film actor/TV actor/radio show host/Green Party nominee for NY State Governor, whose early life is also memorialized in Frank McCourt’s Pulitzer Prize winning memoir, Angela’s Ashes, nominated for a number of Oscar and BAFTA awards, plus other both national and international recognitions, including best acting awards and Best Musical Score composed by John Williams. Malachy played Father Clarence on the daytime dramas, “All My Children,” and the bartender on, “Ryan’s Hope,” and owned the well-known and well-visited NYC Third Avenue pub, Malachy’s.

Stephanie Abrams’ leprechaun friend, Malachy McCourt talks with Stephanie about his life, his travels, his humorous approach to negotiating his way through life and the wisdom that comes along with his 91 years on the planet. While Malachy is soldiering on fighting a rare and inconvenient illness, he is working on his 9th book, a clear statement that he’s ‘not done yet.’ Now at home high atop his Manhattan apartment’s building, where he is convinced he has been sent back to by the hospice he was recently discharged from for, in his own words “not dying fast enough,” Malachy’s lively banter will reaffirm his proclamation that, “I’m not dead yet!” Stephanie’s conclusion is that he never will be.

September 17, 2023. . . Show ID # 2031

Adam Shaffer, Flight 93 National Memorial, Stoystown, Pennsylvania, USA, Education Officer

On site at the Flight 93 National Memorial, where the crash of the plane brought down by passengers on September 11, 2001 to assure that the plane would not kill people and destroy property in a prime US location is preserved and presented in the most moving way, travel expert Stephanie Abrams interviews Adam Shaffer who was a teenager at the time who ran to the fire and, as volunteer helping the team of firefighters, pitched in to do what had to be done. This conversation with Adam, in the shadow of the field where Flight 93 came down, will give you insights into 9/11 and the memorial grounds’ unique exhibits, installed over miles of the exhibit area, that deserves the attention of visitors who will gain so much from their visit which you’ll learn about now.

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  1. Hi Stephanie, Can’t find an email for you. Hope you see this. I enjoyed your novel, RUMORS; it gets the reader right into it on page 1 and doesn’t stop. Thanks!

    Wow, Laura! Thanks for the update! I hope you’ll share your remarks at the site of the online bookseller where you bought RUMORS and I hope your husband reads it too . . . and then tell everyone you know how much you enjoyed it! If you can get a group of 5 or more people who have read RUMORS together, I’d love to schedule an online MeetUp to talke with your circle of friends and/or book club! I’m planning to do a number of these book chats online in 2021 so there’s time for people to order RUMORS in print or ebook and have time to read it before whatever date we decide on. More info is provided in the section at called “ABOUT.’ Keep in touch! Hugs, Stephanie

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