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Holiday 86

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Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
In these jet-powered package-tour days, have the traditional values of a luxury cruise sunk without trace?
Cliff Michelmore sailed on the Royal Viking Sky to test the claim that her voyages offer 'the luxury and elegance of an era when service was supreme'.
You could sample that style for yourself, for a Mediterranean cruise on Royal Viking Sky is one of the prizes in the RADIO TIMES Holiday competition.
What's new in New York?
The answer - to John Carter's surprise - is a couple of very old-established British customs which the Big Apple has taken to its core - bed-and-breakfast accommodation in private homes, and strong ale in a brand-new brewery.
Sue Carpenter joins the Holiday team, sampling a cycling holiday which starts and finishes in Cambridge and takes in a lot of Norfolk scenery. 'Very flat, Norfolk' - which is just as well, even with five-speed pedal power. In the studio, the latest news and comment.
Producer TOM SAVAGE

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Introduced By: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Sue Carpenter
Unknown: John Carter

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