Glenn A. Baker is an Australian-based writer/broadcaster specialising in music/the arts and travel. He is the author of 15 books, the most recent being On The Road To Damascus and Other Fabulous Thoroughfares (Penguin), and has contributed to more than 200 prestigious publications (as well as being Australian Editor of Billboard for more than two decades).
He was a three time recipient of the BBC's Rock Brain of the Universe title in the '80s and was the winner of the inaugural Australian Travel Writer of the Year Award in 1995; a title which he won again in 2000 after being the runner-up in 1999. A visitor to more than a hundred countries, he is also a recipient of a PATA Award for travel writing. He is now seen regularly on TV's Mornings With Kerrie-Anne on the Nine Network. In the words of former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating: 'He can vividly conjure up images and feelings of periods which remind us of episodes in our own lives - like a kind of cultural photographer.'
Glenn A Baker travels from New South Wales Australia