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"The Trip is one of the most fun podcast interviews I've ever done. I'm still coming down from the high." —W. Kamau Bell.

Join the late Anthony Bourdain’s partners at Roads & Kingdoms for interviews and drinks from around the world. From Oaxaca to the Himalayas, from hallucinogenic potions to Russian carraway moonshine. Hosted by Roads & Kingdoms co-founder Nathan Thornburgh. Beats by Dan the Automator. Artwork by Edel Rodriguez. Kanpai, y'all.

This show is moving to Luminary! For more, go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.

The Trip Roads & Kingdoms

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.1, 258 Ratings

"The Trip is one of the most fun podcast interviews I've ever done. I'm still coming down from the high." —W. Kamau Bell.

Join the late Anthony Bourdain’s partners at Roads & Kingdoms for interviews and drinks from around the world. From Oaxaca to the Himalayas, from hallucinogenic potions to Russian carraway moonshine. Hosted by Roads & Kingdoms co-founder Nathan Thornburgh. Beats by Dan the Automator. Artwork by Edel Rodriguez. Kanpai, y'all.

This show is moving to Luminary! For more, go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
258 Ratings

258 Ratings

From Flyover Country ,

Five stars but sad about the paywall

I thoroughly enjoyed this podcast and am sad that it will be behind Luminary's paywall.

Ziggy & Pablo's Adventures ,

Very Disappointing

First few episodes were fascinating, story driven vignettes. Then it devolved into incredibly boring interviews where the editor just flies around the world to drink and have aimless conversations with his friends. I love Roads & Kingdoms, I’m disappointed they’d put out such a half-assed project. I kept listening, hoping it would eventually turn around, but finally unsubscribed. It’s not like there’s a shortage of interesting podcasts that are globally oriented.

CLiebhardt ,

Episode 37: growing up in the camps

A wonderful sharing of family history here. Thank you to Yukio and as always to Nathan for enriching our lives with caring conversations.
Question for Yukio- did you extend your education after your military service at a university?
I visited Manzanar in 2017 & thought the museum displays showed a clear pictoral history but surely lacked in evoking honest emotional trauma.
Yukio has filled in this void by eloquently sharing his family stories here in this episode. Your grand children will cherish your words.
SanDiego has a rich history of Japanese camp families who have told their stories in formats of plays, novels,lovely museum installations.
SanDiegos public library director in 1940s (MrsBrown i believe)sent 100s of boxfulls of books via train to the children lving in the SantaAnita internment camp. As they were the very school children who had come into SD libraries. Her story has been published. Clare Liebhardt

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