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NOLA Code:
WTRV 0200 H2
Number of Episodes/Length:
6 / 30
Rights End:
Moshman Productions Inc
Year Produced:
WILD TRAVELS celebrates America's unusual festivals, offbeat museums and eccentric characters. The Emmy award-winning series is intelligent, funny, unexpected and a bit irreverent; spotlighting colorful, unconventional and quirky destinations all across the USA.

# 201
Host Will Clinger finds himself in the middle of an ice cream-related catastrophe at the Ben & Jerry’s Factory in Waterbury, Vermont; mingles with the mermaids at the underwater show in Weeki Wachee, Florida; achieves speeds of up to 5 miles per hour on the world’s first cog wheel train to the summit of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire; and then marvels at the Bug Art portraits made entirely from thousands of insects at a museum in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.

# 202
Host Will Clinger tries and fails to ride an alligator at Orlando’s Gatorland; drops in on the only used car dealership with a priceless collection of Muhammad Ali memorabilia in New Hampshire; dabbles in the paranormal at the abandoned and haunted West Virginia State Penitentiary; and then meets an outrageous artist who is creating a psychedelic city block in Pittsburgh known as “Randyland.”

# 203
Host Will Clinger learns the hazards and rewards of professional Golf Ball Diving in Kissimmee; considers defecting to a foreign country at a library that sits smack dab on the U.S. – Canadian border; discovers a Hari Krishna commune with an incredible “Palace of Gold” in the hills of West Virginia; and then catches his breath in Donora, Pennsylvania at the world’s only “Smog Museum.”

# 204
Host Will Clinger gets righteously hammered at a Pittsburgh church converted into a microbrewery; solves forensic puzzles while observing the Nutshell Dioramas of Unexplained Death in Baltimore; samples the “Kitty Piddle,” “Monster Mucus,” and “Bacon” flavors from among the 700 carbonated beverages at Pops 66 Soda Ranch near Oklahoma City; and then covers his ears as the engines roar at Orlando Speedway’s Test ‘n Tune Night.

# 205
Host Will Clinger prays that his car won’t stall at the Drive-in Church in Daytona Beach; smokes a stogie that’s just been rolled at Tampa’s Tabanero Cigar Factory; keeps his clothes on for a tour of the Cypress Cove Nudist Colony* in Orlando; and joins the proud townsfolk in Fruita, Colorado as they celebrate an historic barnyard accident at the Mike the Headless Chicken Festival.

# 206
Host Will Clinger tries on the “Shoe Panties” and admires the “Flip ‘N Flush” and other wacky inventions at a trade show in Pittsburgh; avoids becoming tiger food at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Tampa; ventures to Vermont to see art created and captured from Spider Webs; and then stumbles upon the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover, Vermont and its special exhibit on…dust!

Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
Rights Dates:
7/1/2023 - 6/30/2024
School Rights:
1 year
V.O.D. Rights:
V.O.D. Rights Type:
Concurrent w/broadcast rights
Linear Live Streaming:
Non-Commercial Cable Rights: