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The Daytripper

Nie chce mi się tłumaczyć więc wklejam tak jak dostałam. Myślę, że może być ciekawe.

dateline - Austin, March 2010; source: Juice Consulting LLC) - Houston's PBS Station Channel 8 and Austin-based production company Hogaboom Road, Inc. will premiere a new travel show on Saturday, May 1 called "The Daytripper" which will air Saturday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. on HoustonPBS Channel 8.
Originally, "The Daytripper" debuted to an Austin-based audience as "The Austin Daytripper," but as viewer interest grew incrementally, Host and Creator Chet Garner decided to take the message to Texans everywhere and expand into six new markets including Houston.  From well-known Texas landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways, "The Daytripper" is a fresh, adventurous, and informative look at all the great things there are to do within one day's reach.  From hill country mountain biking and serene State Parks, to gritty Texas Bar-B-Q joints and classy Texas vineyards, viewers join Chet as he takes them on an adventure throughout Central Texas and then gets them back home before dark (or at least close enough). "The Daytripper" appeals to anyone who loves Texas and has an itch to explore, whether on a road trip, a family expedition, or just for fun.
Dale Roe, TV critic for The Austin American-Statesman states: "Garner is a charming and humorous host... the segments have the quick-cut look and feel of shows you might see on the Travel Channel or the Food Network, and incorporating elements of both.... I can't wait to see where Garner goes next."
In the premiere episode, Chet travels to the home of Dr. Pepper and Baylor University.  That's right - Waco, TX.  From a 60-year-old greasy burger joint called "Health Camp" to some of Central Texas's best mountain biking, Waco has lots to offer any Daytripper as do other Texas cities showcased by the show including Bastrop, Burnet, Luling, Shiner and Fredericksburg.  More adventures will come as Chet's passion for Texas will carry forth the Daytripper Mission to "highlight all the natural and man-made wonders that lie throughout the state and to enrich the lives of viewers by inspiring them to venture out on day trip excursions of their own to explore the great wonder that is TEXAS!"
"The Daytripper" will air on Saturday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. beginning May 1 on HoustonPBS Channel 8.  Complete episodes are also available online, details at
The Daytripper is sponsored by REI Houston, Saint Arnold Brewing, and Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q.
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środa, 31 marca 2010, hjuston

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Gość: ania k, *
2010/04/01 03:25:57
ahh, austin... niespelnione marzenie ;-)
2010/04/01 03:53:40
Lubie te programy podroznicze. Kiedys zawsze ogladalismy Pilot's Guide i Don't Forget your Passport. Lubie tez Boso przez Swiat, no i kto by zapomnial o Pieprzu i Wanilli.
Gość: Isia, *
2010/04/02 12:16:18
No i kicha jak się nie zna języka :((
2010/04/02 21:20:50
isia- to tylko informacja o nowym programie telewizyjnym o teksasie
Gość: Isia, *
2010/04/06 11:05:16
B. dziękuję za wyjaśnienie. Jak to miło jak "Ktoś" zauważy cie z tak daleka.Pozdrawiam
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