Jeremy Seal: Modern Turkey and the 1960 coup (Episode #7)

Jeremy Seal

Jeremy Seal is the author of six books, including A Fez of the Heart and A Coup in Turkey.

He also contributes to a wide range of publications as a travel writer, journalist, and book reviewer, including the Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph and the Australian, and runs cultural tours to Turkey.  

He’s been described as England’s pre-eminent travel writer on Turkey, a country he’s been exploring since 1984.

We spoke about the infinite courtesies of Turkish hospitality, cultural divides, and the legacy of the 1960 military coup.

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Ryan Murdock

Author of A Sunny Place for Shady People and Vagabond Dreams: Road Wisdom from Central America. Host of Personal Landscapes podcast. Editor-at-Large (Europe) for Canada's Outpost magazine. Writer at The Shift. Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

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