The Backpacking Housewife Janice Horton on BBC Radio Scotland The Kaye Adams Show

During the launch of my novel The Backpacking Housewife I spoke to BBC Scotland Radio presenter Stephen Jardine who was standing in on The Kaye Adams Show. He asked me lots of questions about selling up and leaving Scotland to travel the world with just a backpack and about my book The Backpacking Housewife.

Click on the slider below to listen in to the interview – which went out LIVE at 11am UK time which was actually 4am my time here in the Eastern Caribbean! The interview lasts around 15 mins.

Did you listen in?

What did you think of the interview?

Any comment or questions?

I’d love to hear what you thought!

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7 comments

Odette Dunn -

Great interview. Great travel motivations too.

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JANICE HORTON -

Thanks Odette – it was a really fun interview to do even though I had to get up at 4am Caribbean time to be live on Radio Scotland!

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Vieth Elisabeth -

Great interview I liked it very much. I would not change anything you talked like I know you from conversation.

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JANICE HORTON -

Thank you for listening in to my interview Vieth and I really appreciate your lovely message.

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Jonno -

Ok now I’ve listened and it was great. Jo actually asked halfway through if you were reading straight from our blog as so much of what you said resonated with us. Same views and story in so many ways. Great interview although he should have read the book and asked more about it.

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JANICE HORTON -

Thanks for the lovely comment on my radio interview. I too thought when I read your blog posts on JWalking that so much of yours and Jo’s life reflected our story too – which goes to show that there is a definite trend for us’older’ people to go travelling and adopt a more adventurous lifestyle. Re the interview – I was a bit worried about halfway through that he wasn’t going to mention the book at all – so I made sure to bring it up!

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Jonno -

I didn’t but I’m going to now. Well, in a minute or two after dinner.

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