Every Holiday Has A Soundtrack

Click Here To Try Thomson Radio

Got a favourite holiday song? Now’s your chance to share it with us…

We’re asking you to head to our new Facebook app to choose your favourite holiday song and tell us where it reminds you of and why. You’ll then be able to try out our exciting Thomson Radio player to listen to everyone’s favourite songs.

The player will play a selection of songs chosen by you and other holidaymakers. Plus, it lets you know who has chosen each song and what they’ve said about it.

What’s more, if you listen to Thomson Radio whilst you’re on the TripAdvisor website, the player will retune to songs that remind others of the destination you’re looking at.

Try Thomson Radio now.

About the author

El Berwick
El Berwick is an events planner turned travel blogger. Her idea of a perfect holiday would be a few days visiting her favourite spots in NYC, followed by a road trip up the New England coast staying at quaint B&Bs, and ending up on the beaches of Nantucket. Failing that, she’d be happy with a long weekend watching the world sail by in Salcombe, Devon. Connect with El on Google +

4 replies to "“Every Holiday Has A Soundtrack”"

  1. Chan says: 08/04/2013 at 08:20

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  2. Emma says: 25/02/2013 at 20:00

    The Holdiay Rap

  3. phil says: 23/01/2013 at 12:50

    I can’t play any thomson videos

    • James @Thomson says: 23/01/2013 at 15:09

      Hi Phil, Thanks for your message. May I ask which browser you’re trying to view the videos?

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