I was born in Huddersfield in the UK, grew up in Malawi and Botswana, moved to Perth, Australia, lived in Canada and then came back to Perth. So I have a really habit of not staying in one place. My interest in radio happened because my sister had been on the radio herself when I was a kid, and I was fascinated by the process.
Catpaz who does Global Rhythm told me all about how much she enjoyed it, and I thought, well why not? I was curious so I took the leap. I had been looking for a radio station that was less mainstream and really stood up for the lesser known artists and I loved that about RTRFM.
My favourite thing about RTRFM is how much the station is there for artists looking for a voice, and just how supportive the station is. But I love the multiple genres that are represented. There really isn’t much like it out there.
I once got the flu and I was doing Up Late. And as the show went on my voice started to vanish on the air and it was completely gone by the end of the the show. You can hear me gradually going from normal to mouse.
Soulsides. RTRFM made me fall back in love with soul music. There’s just something about the energy of that music.
I fix medical robots for a living. And yes they are sentient. By the way, Judgment Day is coming.