After an extended period living abroad and getting exposed to some incredible music and people I started listening more and more to RTR and really liked what I heard. I had a few friends who had done some work for the station so I sent in a volunteer form and fronted up in my Sunday best to badger Chris Wheeldon for work.
Started off as a humble volunteer in, did a bit of office stuff and the training course and it progressed from there.
Impossible question, but:
Ask me again in a few days.
The people, and being able to play music I love, sometimes to an audience. Doesn’t get much better than that!
The Kingston biscuits that mysteriously materialise at the station from time to time are a highlight too. Thank you, biscuit fairy.
DJ Scott Ludz rocking a turtleneck and chain at Radiothon last year, and forever securing my vote in the process.
Hard to say, they’re all great! Artificial Intelligence would be sweet though.
I study Psychology and am lucky enough to be writing my thesis on Music. I also work at a pool.
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