I grew up listening to radio in the 1970’s. At home, we had a small set operated through a PM 9 battery and the big Hi Fi in the lounge played with a PM 10 bettery. So, I was thinking at that time that there were people talking inside it and I wanted to open it and be part of the conversation. That is where my love for radio started. Later on we had television set operated with a car battery. You can now guess what I had in mind when I saw a television set with a screw driver in my hand. Anyway back to my radio story, even though I wanted to spin the discs as a radio personality, the love for reading the news was lingering in the background until 1996 when the bug of the airwaves bit me. Radio Mmabatho was where it all began, however the Radio Bop studio next door was calling and it escalated the whole game by granting me the opportunity to host Spectrum, a current affairs program in the weekday evenings. Since then I never looked back and I was already flirting with television to get the best of both worlds. I love radio and I love radio Bop