Jay Lloyd — a voice long familiar to Newsradio listeners — provides recreation and leisure reports to Delaware Valley residents every Thursday on KYW.
Until his “retirement” in 2005, Jay was KYW’s Suburban Bureau chief since the bureau’s inception in 1972.
In 2012, Jay was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame (see related story).
Jay is an avid skier and sailor — the latter probably no surprise since much of his very early career in broadcasting took place in the Caribbean and the years before that in the US Coast Guard.
Now, KYW is delighted to be able to bring you Jay Lloyd’s “Getaway” reports, in which he reveals some of the special destinations he was discovered during his extensive travels.
Jay lives with his wife and daughter in Montgomery County.
To join the crowd or not on Memorial Day Weekend? THAT is the question.
Thrill seekers get some high-flying adventure on a “zipline,” which carries the timid and bold at daunting speed above the trees, harnessed to a cable.
As summer approaches, the Bucks County town of New Hope, on the Delaware River, is once again coming alive with visitors and things to do.
With urban bicycling all the rage these days, you can bike big cities and avoid the traffic scrum.
If you’re thinking of tying the knot and are looking for a memorable, small-scale ceremony, how about a nautical nuptials?
As we mark 150 years since the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, we note that a getaway to nearby Gettysburg is a rewarding way to reflect on both the man and his turbulent times.
Maryland crabbing season began April 1st! Why not catch yourself a dozen or two?
With the spring cruise season on the horizon, we recall an age gone by, of elegant travel and legendary ocean liners.
(Jay Lloyd is hard at work here, scouting for bargains in Cuban cigars and rum from the British Virgin Islands.)
Two tickets to a Broadway show can break the bank. But how about live improv, off Broadway?
So, what is this thing called “spring skiing”?
Many parents dread their child’s first ski getaway without mom or dad.
Ice jammed rivers and bays have impacted freighters and tankers, but getaway seekers have also been feeling the effects.
Pennsylvania’s state capitol isn’t just for politics. There’s some fun and a fine seafood lunch to be had.
It’s a lively spot for a wintertime getaway.