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.
Blow the bankroll on a dinner date or serve it up at home by candlelight and blow the bankroll on an after dinner club or theater tix?
The storm ravaged Virgin Islands are now looking to the community of recreational sailors to help salvage winter tourism. KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports that some charter fleets are already being restored.
So which of my favorite spots, restaurants and recreation venues, golf courses included provides an indoor kick? Here’s a sampling.
It’s the time for tales of haunted houses and trick or treating. KYW’s Jay Lloyd suggests a spirited Halloween Getaway.
Time to go house hunting. No, not an everything but the kitchen sink move, but a search for that perfect house for a winter of skiing.
Feeling a mid-October chill in the air? KYW’s Jay Lloyd suggests extending summer-like weather with a historic Virginia Getaway.
So, concentrating on lunch, here are some of my favorites at frequently frequented local spots.
Are we losing the flavors of our youth? KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports they can be found on distant getaways. But the search won’t be easy.
Mary is a rabid recycler. That’s a good thing. So, it should be no surprise that I often wind up wandering through a whole county’s throw aways and compost heaps.
If Fall getaway plans include a leaf peeping road trip, KYW’s suggests a motor home – yours or a rental.
Since ancient times, people have been fascinated by birds. And since birds fly on largely predictably migratory paths we can plan to see more species.
The nearby Pocono Mountains still offer pristine outdoor fall Getaways. KYW’s Jay Lloyd takes us there.
Here’s a look at some tropical destinations that have been unaffected and a pair of year round resorts with more moderate temperatures but dynamic attractions.
You don’t have to go far from home to travel through generations of American life. KYW’s Jay Lloyd describes a day trip getaway to Oaks near King of Prussia.
Here’s a look at a pair of Fall destinations that are easy to navigate and breathtaking to visit.
It will be 16 years on Monday since the “Twin Towers” fell.
If you were raised in and around Philadelphia, there were two prime destinations for weekend family getaways and vacations.
A tragic terrorist attack focused world attention on Barcelona. But KYW’s Jay Lloyd reminds us that it is still one of the most vibrant of European getaway destinations.
Labor Day celebrates the men women and yes, even children who worked to build, feed and fuel America.
It was only the last century when family outings were called, “Sunday Drives.”
The Chinese restaurant scene has evolved into “Fusion” and highly reviewed eateries that offer heat infused dishes from exotic provinces.
There’s a vanishing breed of romantic getaway lodging. KYW’s Jay Lloyd laments the loss of another small country hotel and suggests a stay at those remaining, before it’s too late.
Let’s set out in the wake of the Captain to visit some key locations on a venture to Maryland and Virginia.
This summer in Cape May marks a special anniversary for KYW’s Jay Lloyd and he takes us where he celebrates.
The Pocono Mountains have developed a unique ability to change faces almost overnight.
The Gettysburg battlefield on horseback, detailed last week is an eye filling getaway.
They were known as the days of “Wooden Ships and Iron Men.” The era takes us to a time when men first ventured out to sea and under sail.
KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports that the most dynamic way of seeing it is mounted on horseback.
Cross the broad Chesapeake Bay to the Western shore on your own boat, a charter or guesting with a friend and you’ll find a unique combination of big city, historic town and hideaway-cove eateries for down-home chow-downs to upscale foodie experience.
If you’re new to the kayak craze, listen to this.If you’re new to the kayak craze, listen to this.