Spotlight on Public Broadcasting

Experience the Best of Public Broadcasting Aboard the #1 Cruise Line in the World.

A Spotlight on Public Broadcasting sailing with Artful Travelers provides the incredible opportunity to meet with and learn from public broadcasting’s most dynamic and insightful personalities, aboard the award-winning ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

This 10-night itinerary offers travelers access to some of America’s most fascinating people with a special focus on the state of journalism around the world. All of the presentations will be non-partisan – with insight, analysis, and discussion of all facets of this most interesting election cycle and the role of the press. These presentations will be coupled with celebrations of arts, culture and history, courtesy of filmmakers and performers from PBS’ American Experience and American Masters and more.

Meet and interact with top public broadcasting personalities and their featured guests at panel discussions and presentations. Additionally, private dinners and cocktail receptions allow for one-to-one conversations during the unforgettable voyage. The insight and experience of these public broadcasting personalities and special guests is unparalleled and not available anywhere else in the world. An Artful Travelers voyage is, quite simply, a journey unlike any other.

While guests for this sailing will be confirmed shortly, the following speakers are currently invited...

  • Steven Lutvak: Steven Lutvak made his Broadway debut as composer/co-lyricist of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, which won the Drama League, Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk and Tony Awards for Best Musical of 2014. Since Broadway, A Gentleman's Guide... has had two National Tours, and has opened in Shanghai, Tokyo, and Stockholm. Steven wrote the title track to Paramount’s hit film, Mad Hot Ballroom, and, the score to Anything But Love, starring Eartha Kitt and Andrew McCarthy. As a singer/songwriter, he has performed his songs around the country, including at such prestigious New York venues as Carnegie Hall, Carnegie Recital Hall, and The Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel. His songs are discussed in Classic American Popular Song, the follow-up to Alec Wilder’s classic book, American Popular Song. His two CD’s are The Time It Takes and Ahead of My Heart.   

A final list of confirmed guests will be announced soon.

To be included in public broadcasting activities on this sailing, add this experience to your "On Board Options" via Destination Services once your booking has been confirmed with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. A programming agenda will be delivered to your suite upon embrakation and exclusive invitations to events will be sent to your suite throughout the journey. We will keep you advised of related activities while you are on board and curate private dinners of your choice with speakers where space and schedules permit.

Scheduled Artful Travelers ports, fares, guests and dates are subject to change.