Rick Steves Audio

I've been interviewed three times on Rick Steves's national station show, which airs on 170 radio stations. Here are links to all the shows:

1. In my first show in 2012, we talked about The Hidden Europe. You can hear it now as a podcast. My interview with him starts at minute 14. Download the MP3 now! Rick called The Hidden Europe "an invigorating narrative packed with useful tips and colorful stories. . . . It's an entertaining summary of [Eastern Europe]."

2. In February 2013, right before I left to visit all 54 African countries, Rick interviewed me. Hear it now.

3. The last time Rick interviewed me was in August 2013, when I talked about the Bumpy Balkans.

Rick Steves radio show logo

Rick Steves has been one of my heroes because he's always advocated independent travel and encouraged Americans to fly across an ocean to explore.

Therefore, it was an absolute honor to be on his show.

As Rick himself admitted, he's focused most of his life on Western Europe. I was thrilled that he was interested in revealing Europe's hidden side: Eastern Europe.

The Hidden Europe book cover

It's impossible to adequately cover a 750-page book that covers 25 countries in a 25-minute interview. 

Therefore, if you're interested in learning more about Europe's other side, please pick up a copy of my book, The Hidden Europe: What Eastern Europeans Can Teach Us

You can get an autographed copy in my shop. You can also get the hardcover or ebook on Amazon.

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Francis on the radio talking with Rick StevesFrancis sitting in KQED radio studios during Rick Steves interview

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