Heritage Tours and World’s 3 Best Golf Courses

Fast-becoming popular among seasoned travelers, Heritage Tours allow folks to explore their own history and culture or that of someone else. As an example of a typical Heritage experience, we’ll visit Harlem in New York City to get an on-the-spot history and culture lesson about America ‘s so-called ‘black Mecca’. Later in the show, Travel+Leisure Golf magazine’s Editor-in-Chief John Atwood provides his picks for the ten best golf courses around the world. After all, millions of American men, women, and children are golfers and love the sport. In this episode, viewers get to know the famous New York City neighborhood of Harlem. This episode also highlights 10 of the world’s best golf courses, as selected by Travel + Leisure Golf editor-in-chief John Atwood. George Bauer, the Traveler, is a radio and television journalist with 30 years of experience. He’s been a reporter and anchor on local stations and national networks in the United States and Great Britain. Now he has decided to change course and give in to a nagging desire–to travel and tell others about exciting places across the globe.The Seasoned Traveler is a unique series created especially for today’s over-50 explorer. Award-winning broadcast journalist and travel aficionado George Bauer presents destinations and useful travel tips in a style that is informative, fast-paced and fun. The series caters to both the active explorer and the traveler who prefers a more relaxed pace.
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DVD Available at: www.longtailnet.com All About TV and later called World:Comm was a television series that ran on WNET-Channel 13 in New York City between 1992 and 1995. The series was executive produced by the television critic Steven H. Scheuer and Loomis Irish, Head of the Television and Radio Department at Brooklyn College. Scheuer is a renowned film and television historian who in 2007 co-author with his wife Alida Brill Scheuer, the Pocket Guide to Collecting Movies on DVD a title that was subsequently released as a Sony e-book. Among his many other writings, Scheuer edited “Movies on TV” (originally titled “TV Movie Almanac & Ratings”) which was published in 17 editions between 1958 and 1993 and was the first highly regarded large scale film review almanac. Over a 4-year period more than 200 episodes of this series were produced with hundreds of panelists, including Dan Rather and Mike Wallace. This two DVD set selects ten of the best episodes from All About TV and World:Comm series. Anyone interested in the evolving history of television will find these programs fascinating. They also provide a rich source of material for television and media historians.
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