Thomas has produced nearly 400 Audiolog audio shows for KCBX Public Radio, which serves the Central and Southern California Coast.

Audiolog content provided courtesy of KCBX Public Radio.

  • Podcast: Tom travels south to McAllen, Texas where he discovers the world of “Birding” in the lower Rio Grande Valley (Part one)
  • Podcast: Tom travels south to McAllen, Texas where he discovers the world of “Birding” in the lower Rio Grande Valley (Part two)
  • Podcast: Tom continues his exploration of McAllen, Texas with a visit to their Art Walk, and other worthy sights.
  • Podcast: Discover the array of Christmastime attractions in Branson Missouri. Join travel correspondent, Tom Wilmer as he visits with Ross Summers, CEO of the Branson Chamber and Visitors Bureau. We’ll meet and visit with numerous performers and check out some of the iconic attractions such as Silver Dollar CityAmusement Park, the Titanic Museum and much more.
  • Podcast: Come along an join travel correspondent Tom Wilmer in Missouri where we discover Hard Work U—also known as College of the Ozarks where every student graduates debt free. We will also visit the Veterans Memorial Museum with director June Tillis.
  • Podcast: Tom travels to Roanoke, Virginia, where he speaks with Catherine Fox, Director of Tourism for the Roanoke Valley Visitors Bureau.
  • Podcast: Tom continues his tour of Roanoke, Virginia.
  • Podcast: Tom talks with Sandy Gordon from the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau, in Sonora, California.
  • Podcast: Join correspondent Tom Wilmer as he visits with Richard Seguin, Media Specialist with Quebec City, Canada about cool things to do and see, and the history of Quebec City.
  • Podcast: Listen to reporter and environmental activist Patricia Lawrence, as she shares her insights about the negative effects of clear-cutting and tree farm operations in a discussion with correspondent Tom Wilmer, reporting from Redding, California.
  • Podcast: Join Tom Wilmer in Redding California as he visits with Frank Galusha, editor/publisher of MyOutdoorBuddy.com a one stop shop for finding out about great places to fish, hunt kayak and much more.
  • Podcast: Join Tom Wilmer as he visits with Ann McSilver, Editor of VIA Magazine, the publication of AAA for Northern California.
  • Podcast: Anders Halverson Phd is the author of An Entirely Synthetic Fish. Join Tom Wilmer and Anders as he discusses the 150 fifty year history of manipulating the Rainbow Trout species.
  • Podcast: Ann Garner shares her insights in to Lake County California, one of the most pristine counties in the State.
  • Podcast: Tom Wilmer visits with award winning adventurer and author, David Page as he shares his insights in to the New Media as well as his award winning book about the Southern Sierras
  • Podcast: Tom Wilmer Discovers the cool things to do and see in Redding California as he visits with Laurie Baker from the Redding visitors bureau
  • Podcast: Award Winning author Michael Cervin, based in Santa Barbara talks about his new Moon Guide book to wines and wineries in California
  • Podcast: Join travel correspondent in Door County Wisconsin as he explores things to do and see in the enchanting peninsula along the shores of Green Bay and Lake Michigan with Jon Jarosh, Director of Communications, Door County Visitors Bureau. Explorations include visits to wineries, lighthouses, legendary Wisconsin cheese, a “fish boil” on the beach, a ferryboat journey to Washington Island and much more.
  • Podcast: Part one in a series of talks with winemaker Amanda Cramer, from Niner Wine Estates in Paso Robles
  • Podcast: Part two in a series of talks with winemaker Amanda Cramer, from Niner Wine Estates in Paso Robles
  • Podcast: Part three in a series of talks with winemaker Amanda Cramer, from Niner Wine Estates in Paso Robles
  • Podcast: Tom talks with Allen Shoup, founder of Chateau St. Michelle winery in Washington state.
  • Podcast: Stone Money Hike: The islanders of Yap in Micronesia traveled 280 miles to nearby Palau to carve their stone money and transport their precious loot back home via outrigger canoes. Come along to the jungles of Palau where travel correspondent Tom Wilmer encounters an ancient, mammoth two-ton stone money disc left for unknown reasons beside a jungle pathway by the Yapese.
  • Podcast: Sam’s Tours: For more than 30 years, Sam’s Tours in the Republic of Palau has been a leader and trendsetter in eco-tourism.
    Join Founder, Sam Scott in Palau as he shares his history and an overview of Sam’s Tours eco-experiences–under and on top of the water.
  • Podcast: Fish & Fins: Fish & Fins is one of the founding dive operations in the Republic of Palau. In addition to offering daily dive adventures and a complete breadth of eco-activities, they also operate luxurious “Live-aboard” dive boats for week long dive adventures in Palauan waters.
  • Podcast: Mike & Molly, SCUBA Certification: A conversation with vacationers, Molly Blaisdell and Mike Ruff about achieving their PADI Open-Water dive certification in the Republic of Palau
  • Podcast: Ngllil Nature Resort: Come along and visit the new Robinson Carusoesqe eco-resort on a remote isle in the Republic of Palau.
  • Podcast: Jelly Fish Lake Palau: Swim with a million jellyfish in a mystical lake in the Republic of Palau with your guest host of Audiolog the travel show, Lisa Sonne. Be sure to check out guest host, Lisa Sonne’s website.
  • Podcast: Palau Shark Sanctuary: Come along to the Republic of Palau where travel correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Dermot, the founder of the World’s first shark sanctuary. He also shares some cool insights into family travel opens for the eco-interested on the exotic isles of Palau.
  • Podcast: Sam’s Tours – Dive Boat Interviews: Join travel correspondent Tom Wilmer onboard a Sam’s Tours dive boat in Palau as he visits with dive masters en route to the famed Blue Hole dive spot.
  • Podcast: Explore Palau with Darrin DeLeon: Discover the wealth of things to do and see in the Republic of Palau in Micronesia. A visit with the Director of Palau Visitors Authority
  • Podcast: Join Tom Wilmer at Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast food and wine event, as he chats with Sunset Magazine’s Food Editor, Margo True.
  • Podcast: Join Katie Tamony, Editor of Sunset Magazine, as she visits with travel correspondent Tom Wilmer, about Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast event.
  • Podcast: Tom talks with Steve Lohr, at the J. Lohr winery in Paso Robles.
  • Podcast: Tom talks with author Matt Johanson, author of Yosemite Epics, Tales of Adventure From America’s Greatest Playground.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events with a talk with Debbie Thomas from Thomas Hill Organics. Their family owned and operated farm is nestled in the east hills of Paso Robles, and is dedicated to organically grown, unique, heirloom varieties of fruit, vegetables, and nuts.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events while he speaks with Sandra Diamond, manager of the “From Farmer’s Market to Meal” program
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events with a visit to the Morro Bay Oyster Company, where he talks with Neal Maloney.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events by visiting Limerock Orchards, a small family-owned walnut farm located in the hills of western Paso Robles. Each autumn the family hand-harvests their exceptional walnuts to make gourmet walnut oil.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events with a visit to the Brown Butter Cookie Company, where he talks with Christa Hozi. The Brown Butter Cookie Company is extending a warm welcome to visitors attending this year’s event, as their cookies will be a featured vendor.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events as he talks with Kara Wood, of Bloom Micro Greens, providing the Central Coast’s premiere chefs with fresh, locally-grown micro lettuces, shoots, and herbs.
  • Podcast: Tom continues investigating Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast events with an interview with Brad Buckley of the Ocean Rose Abalone Farm, in Cayucos. The farm raises California Red Abalone, one of the rarest, and most sought-after shellfish in the international marketplace.
  • Podcast: Tom visits the iconic Top of the Mark Sky Room at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, atop Nob Hill in San Francisco
  • Podcast: Part one of a three part talk with Sara Schneider, wine editor of Sunset Magazine. They discuss Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast event.
  • Podcast: Part two of a three part talk with Sara Schneider, wine editor of Sunset Magazine. They discuss Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast event.
  • Podcast: Part three of a three part talk with Sara Schneider, wine editor of Sunset Magazine. They discuss Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast event.
  • Chattanooga #1: Tom Wilmer begins a series of reports from Chattanooga, Tennessee with a visit with Chip Baker, Director of the Riverbend Festival that attracts up to 90,000 people each night for a nine day festival that’s held the second week in June every year. He also talks with Carlo Smith, owner of Adventures Unlimited, a whitewater rafting company.
  • Chattanooga #2: Discover kayaking on the Tennessee River and the city’s cutting-edge bike share program with Chattanooga city Rec Department’s Ruth Thompson www.outdoorchattanooga.com Then we’ll visit the Southern Belle Riverboat for a short visit in the wheelhouse with Captain Dustin Stewart before boarding the high-speed high-tech River Gorge Explorer catamaran as Thom Benson with the Tennessee Aquarium.
  • Chattanooga #3: A visit with National Park Ranger Lee White at Chickamauga National Battlefield Park as he discusses the human element of the Civil War.
  • Chattanooga #4: Park Ranger Resource Educations specialist Christopher Young at Chickamauga National Battlefield Park located in Georgia and Tennessee offers a fascinating overview of the Civil War battlefields that include Seminary Hill and Lookout Mountain
  • Chattanooga #5: Bessie Smith Cultural Center’s Curator Carmen Davis leads us on a most fascinating walking tour of the African American Museum and Performance Hall in downtown Chattanooga, then we’ll stop in at the International Tow Truck and Recovery Museum for a visit with docent, Jim Starry followed by a visit with Hugh Morrow at legendary Ruby Falls Cave
  • Chattanooga #6: A visit to Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum of American Art and the Creative Discovery Museum
  • Podcast: Tom travels to nearby Carmel and talks to winemaker Bill Anderson from Chateau Julien
  • Podcast: A visit with Lucia King with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board as she shares her insights in to things to do and see in Belfast as well as the North Antrim Coastal region
  • Podcast: Teddy bear Picnic– a touching “cross-cultural, cross-border” afternoon at a Northern Ireland park as first graders from Catholic and Protestant communities come together to play. For many of the children, this is the very first time they have met and played with kids from divergent backgrounds and religions.
  • Podcast: Bernard McMullan, Publicity and Communications executive with Tourism Ireland shares talks about the myriad of things to do and see on the Emerald Isle….from festivals to cuisine, cultural attractions, Bushmills distillery and more.
  • Podcast: Travel Correspondent Tom Wilmer continues his tour of the South West, with a visit to the Shonto Trading Post in Shonto, Arizona, where he talks with Calvin Grieve
  • Podcast: Tom visits with Sean Casey at Bearizona
  • Podcast: Tom visits the New Hopi Hotel, and the Heard Museum in Moenkopi, Arizona.
  • Podcast: Tom talks with Navajo artists Baje Whitethorne and Roberta John
  • Podcast: Tom talks with Micah Loma’omvaya from Hopi Tours in the Hopi lands of Northeastern Arizona
  • Podcast: Tom speaks with winemaker Karl Wente about sustainable agriculture
  • Podcast: Tom continues his exploration of the nearby Salinas Valley, where he talks with the D’arrigo Brothers, owners of the Andy Boy Produce company
  • Podcast: Tom visits nearby Carmel, California and takes a look at the dog-friendly Carmel Country Inn, then checks out the La Playa Hotel.
  • Podcast: Tom speaks with Mark Wieser, owner of Fischer and Wieser Specialty Foods, in Fredericksburg, Texas. They discuss German / Texas history.
  • Podcast: Tom’s Canadian odyssey continues with a trip to New Brunswick, along the Fundy coast
  • Podcast: A visit to the Ashou Glacier in British Columbia
  • Podcast: Tom journeys to Turks & Caicos and learns about Greenpeace, Jo Jo the Dolphin and The Rainbow Warrior
  • Podcast: An interview with Richard Patterson, Master Blender at Whyte & Mackey whisky distillers, in Glasgow, Scotland
  • Podcast: Tom interviews Paul Draper, CEO and Winemaker from Ridge Vineyards in the Santa Cruz mountains.
  • Podcast: A Bad Day in Monaco: In 1994 Tom Wilmer interviewed the former press attache of Monaco. He presents it now, for the first time, as an example of how sometimes an interview does not always go as planned.
  • Podcast: A visit to Marilyn Remark Winery in Salinas
  • Podcast: A visit to Soquel Vineyards in the Santa Cruz mountains
  • Podcast: Tom continues his survey of the Santa Cruz mountains, and visits Hallcrest Vineyards
  • Podcast: Tom checks out Northern New Mexico with stops at Ghost Ranch, Georgia O’Keeffe’s home, and takes a Jeep backroad adventure.
  • Podcast: A visit to the Santa Fe School of Cooking in Santa Fe, New Mexico (34 minute, full version)
  • Podcast: The Cumbres and Toltec Railroad in Northern New Mexico
  • Podcast: Tom travels to Mount Eden Winery in the Santa Cruz mountains.
  • Podcast: A conversation with Frank Ashton at Downhill Winery, in Los Gatos, California.
  • Podcast: An exploration of Poetic Cellars, in Soquel, California
  • Podcast: Tom continues his exploration of the Santa Cruz Mountain wine region with a visit to Vine Hill Winery where he talks with Nick Guerrero.
  • Podcast: A trip to Boulder Creek, in Santa Cruz county takes Tom to Ahlgren Vineyard.
  • Podcast: A visit to Big Basin Vineyards in the Santa Cruz mountains.
  • Podcast: A trip to Los Gatos, California brings Tom to Testarossa Winery.
  • Podcast: A trip to Kauai with stops at the Waimea Plantation Cottages, where Tom visits with owner Mike Faye, and then to on to CJM Stables where he talks with owner Jimmy Miranda.
  • Podcast: A talk with Park Ranger Laura Cohen at Prince William Forest Park, Virginia
  • Podcast: Tom interviews Al Drewke, from the Roudon Smith Winery, in Scotts Valley, CA
  • Podcast: Tom continues his Texas adventure with a visit to the Blue Bell Ice Cream Factory and the Barrington Living History Farm
  • Podcast: Tom travels to Texas, where he visits with John and Taunia Elick of Texas Ranch Life, and later to Brenham County. To see Tom’s youtube audio/video version of this story, click here!
  • Podcast: Tom pays a visit to the historic mining town of Jerome, Arizona and speaks with Tom Pitts of Jerome’s Bordello Restaurant.
  • Podcast: Tom’s next stop along the Verde Valley wine trail takes him to Bitter Creek and the Jerome Winery.
  • Podcast: Tom continues his trip along Arizona’s Verde Valley wine trail
  • Podcast: Tom returns to the Livermore valley and visits McGrail Vineyards