This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Southern California, and one of America's best planned communities, Irvine, California. Joining Peter will be Hugo Martin from the Los Angeles Times, with his report on the TSA (yes, the problems persist), and what the TSA could learn from Disneyland. Want some history? Jim Irvine Swinden, President of the Irvine Museum, talks about some of the institution's more surprising collections-not to mention the world's largest collection of California impressionist art. One of our regulars, Patrick Smith, commercial airline pilot and author of Cockpit Confidential, shares some secrets of what happens (or doesn't) to your checked bags when you fly internationally. Tammi Fuller, Founder of Campowerment, returns to the show to talk about her special camps across the U.S., and how hotels are now getting involved to build an inspiring curriculum. It's been a tough water summer for California, and Division Fire Chief Greg McKowen talks about the fire situation in Orange County. It's also been a tough beach season, and the Chief updates us on water safety-and offers a few of his favorite places to eat. Speaking of food, Chef Yves Fournier of Andrei-one of Irvine's long standing quality restaurants-elaborates on his philosophy of "conscious cuisine." There's all of that and more as the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Irvine, California.