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My life, my music

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My life, my music

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Today’s journalism rarely offers a chance to get behind the face of many people in our society. My Life, My Music offers conversations that allow time to understand how the guest has reached their goals and what is important to them. Along with 8 tracks of music chosen by the guest the programme takes a journey though many different personal philosophies with inspirational guests from all walks of life.


Anja Brumec

Wanting to fly gliders may have been the start of it all but ending up as a US marine in Afghanistan as a woman cannot be somewhere every girl sees their future. It’s what Anja Brumec managed and she looks back at most of it as an amazing life lesson. This lady simply gives, right now she spends a lot of her time helping people know just how their dogs should be trained to be well behaved and a real part of the family.



The Eurovision Song Contest brought much new music to our screens but for all of us in Slovenia there was one special entry, the winning entry from Slovenia, Zala and Gasper and their song Sebi. Their haunting music is really something special so I asked them to join me in making a show to explain what is behind their music and tell us something of entering this annual European event. We met in Maribor Park on a pleasant sunny day.


Peter Savizon

If you are a fan of jazz songs and other similar styles then singer and musician Peter Savizon is a voice you have to hear. His heroes are many, like Nat King Cole, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder and so many more, and his voice is up there with these greats too. Whilst here in Slovenia he has gained great respect for the many musicians, jazz groups and big bands around the country. He has, of course, fallen in love not just with the people but the amazing countryside and it's diverse landscape and with his partner enjoys taking his two young children on adventures of discovery here.


Borut Berden

If you are a lover of early Jugoslavia rock, reggae and more then you will at least have already heard the work of this week's guest. Borut Berden has been interested in sound from a very early age, it led him to work with Radio Student, Studio Tivoli and today, Studio Ritem, which he has built from scratch. His experience is very broad from mixing gigs on the road to many different tasks in studio and now post-production and film dubbing. If you are of a technical mind there is plenty of detail here, if it's the music that you want there's a whole range of that to enjoy too.


Jonasz Mazur

This week My Life My Music is rather different. A colleague, Tatjana Milovanovič, introduced me to a Polish student who is spending a year in Slovenia studying on an ERASMUS exchange. Turns out he also has a weekly radio show back home at his university so I not only invited him to be a guest but to take over much of the programme and introduce us to Polish rock music. The result is a beautiful insight into the relationship between historical politics and music.


Dr Zoran Milivojevič

Dr Milivojevič is well-known in the field of psychoanalysis from his work with drug addicts and also in identifying how we communicate with each other. He has written many books and travels from his home in Serbia to other countries including here in Slovenia where he has recently been conducting workshops in transaction analysis. Maybe you will discover something about yourself.


Veronika Žajdela

If you listen to RadioSi you will have heard my guest this week as she works with us and also with RTV television. But there is much more to discover with Veronika Žajdela, from acting to reporting from film festivals and jumping out of airplanes and looking after her three dogs and travelling to far flung places and ......just listen to the show! Great music too!


Irish Ambassador to Slovenia H.E. Myles Geiran

Very happy that His Excellency Myles Geiran, the Irish Ambassador to Slovenia was willing to visit Radio Si at our studios in Maribor and to record this show with me. Of course we talked about diplomacy and some details of his vital job as well as the relationship between Slovenia and Ireland. He also brought some very typically Irish music along with his choices so there is much to learn and enjoy in this programme.



These days many parents have to consider just how to ensure their children's education is for the best even though their work takes them away from the UK. Jonathan Locke and his wife, along with their two children have faced this problem for 20 years as Jonathan's work took him to many countries around Europe. he has been in Slovenia for more than 2 years now so I invited him to the studio to discuss their solutions to living in so many places. He also has much to learn about Central and Eastern Europe.


Chris Wherry

This week My Life, My Music reaches show 300. It's impossible to believe the privilege that I have been allowed in talking at some length to so many inspirational people from all walks of life here in Slovenia and many from other countries too. I have discovered much about the people of Slovenia and along the way about myself too. I can only say thank you for this amazing opportunity. But how to celebrate this in the show itself? I return to the very first programme and invite the very first guest to take over the show and talk with me, none other than Zoran Predin. See what I mean about privilege? I pick up the phone and he immediately says yes!


Sara Isakovič

Sara Isakovic was very focused on being a winner in the water from a very early age. Just how much of her passion and determination came from her parents becomes clear when you hear the whole story. Having spent so much of her life achieving she now spends time inspiring others to reach their personal or business goals.


Ivo Kores

This week the show stays in-house and I talk to someone you hear a lot on Radio Si except normally he is not speaking English. Yes, it’s the moderator with the smooth voice, Ivo Kores, and there is much to discuss. He has had other roles at RTV, not just radio but the morning show on television as well. Having also worked at a commercial radio station we visit this area and, as you may have heard from the on-air promotions, he like to jump out of aeroplanes! Some great music choices too!


Janez Škof

The whole presence of the moment, the listening to what is happening on the stage, imagination and understanding the text, these are just some of the basic characteristics of life as an actor according to Janez Škof. This year Janez was awarded the Borštnik Ring, something he says was because of his age but obviously he is proud of this achievement. Who better for a conversation just around the time of relaxing and both Christmas and New Year.


Dean Donaldson

The annual SEMPL conference, this year 20 years old, is always a place to lean more about the world of marketing as well as to discover amazing people from around the world who have a real insight into the technology of the future. Dean Donaldson is a great example of someone who inspires and informs in equal measures. Where is technology taking us and do we really need it? Is there anything to fear? We touch on some of these issues and he offers some great music tracks too. Be informed and don't miss this show!


Gregor Blažič

When buying and roasting coffee beans is the family business it's not that surprising that a young member of the family decides that this knowledge is a good starting point to sell coffee as a drink. Gregor Blažič has done exactly that and this year has joined with Matija Krebs to open the specialist coffee bar Hikofi in Maribor. There are other skills in his life though and one is that he is a professional percussionist and has worked with many bands in Slovenia and outside. Of course this means you can expect some great music choices too.


Noah Charney

Noah Charney is an international best-selling author and professor of art history. He was born in Connecticut and studied in America whilst travelling on exchange trips to Europe. In London he studied at the Courtauld Institute and received a Masters for his work on seventeenth century sculpture in Rome. Later at St. John's College Cambridge he received a second Masters in the History of Art. In 2012, in Slovenia he was persuaded to write a thesis on the work of the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik for which he received a PhD in Art History from the University of Ljubljana. From his research of art has also come an interest in art theft and in 2007 Noah published his first novel, "The Art Thief". Much travelled for both work and pleasure, he says they are both the same thing, he has settled in Kamnik with his Slovene wife and their two children. This conversation touches on all this as well as his love of music and many years of being part of the punk band, "The Jump Into".


Ana Lukner Roljič

I enjoy every opportunity to have conversations with my many guests but this week was someone extra special. Slovenian Ana Lukner Roljič has become a much-respected figure in Silicon Valley. She works there as an entrepreneur and at the same time somehow back here in Slovenia she finds the energy to motivate people to work for her charity Ana's Little Star making a real difference for others in need. Her enthusiasm for everything she does is infectious, and of course that's why so many people come forward to make things happen; on both sides of the Atlantic!


Boštjan Gorenc

My guest this week is a man of many talents. Stand-up comedy, acting, puppet theatre, writing and rapping are amongst them and he is easy to talk to. Enthusiastic and funny and he brings some tracks that may be new to you as well.


Črt Butul

This week I travelled to Piran to record a conversation with the chef (he uses the term gastronomic explorer) from the Art Hotel Piran. It's a fascinating story and one which shows his great respect for food and the people who, grow, sell, cook and eat it! He also brought some great music which I had previously heard only 1 track! Don't miss this journey.


Marko Soršak - Soki

Soki may well be best known for his role as the drummer in the band Elvis Jackson but there is much more to this man and his work. To date 96 schools have benefitted from his tireless work in connecting sponsors to children by providing much needed musical instruments for their education and enjoyment. He is a strong believer in the power of music in every way and given his love of drums there are few surprises in his choice of music for this conversation!

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