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Roads & Kingdoms
The Trip
Join Roads & Kingdoms and host Nathan Thornburgh for a weekly 15 minutes travel story. Season 1 archives include long boozy global interviews and Bourdain-led deep dives. Always, though, beats have been by Dan the Automator, artwork by Daisy Dee, show art by Edel Rodriguez. All advertising proceeds go to NYC's Let Us Breathe Fund.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 342 ratings
This podcast is so engaging and you can definitely feel the through-line between this podcast and the Parts Unknown/Bourdain brand. Fascinating guests and conversations. Loving it.
Pang Dynasty via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/16/21
Really fun Podcast
Love how the hosts travel around and talk to people. If more people did this, America (and the world) would be much less divided. Fun and informative!
Bestflowinthe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/20
Touchstone
Thank fug for The Trip. Normal people talking rationally. Good conversation’s all we’ve got and this is a wonderful celebration of that simple and complex truth. Much appreciate the paywall collapse in this time of covid.
Tricked365 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/21/20
Recent Episodes
Published 01/18/22
Here, to ring in this new year, is an ode to what should be the next great culinary star from the country of Georgia, the perfect vessel of unadorned cholesterol, the cosmic collision of flour, butter, egg and cheese: Khachapuri. Links: R&K weeklong culinary journeys: The League of...
Published 01/18/22
Now that it's cold and flu (and COVID) season, it's time for Georgia's Dayquil of the gods: the pomace brandy called Chacha. Host of The Trip Nathan Thornburgh explains its appeal. Seize the chacha by Ansel Mullins Nikalas Marani on IG Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...
Published 12/07/21
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