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My life, my music

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.

Avtor: Chris Wherry

Zadnji posnetki

Lidija Petkovič

2. 8. 2022

Lidija Petkovič has been part of the Radio Si team for a long time which is reason enough to discover more about her life and likes. Over the past years she has also been to the Glastonbury festival in the UK and there have been many reports from her on Facebook. I thought it would be a great opportunity to discover her music likes and her experiences of this amazing event.

Dun Creagan

7. 7. 2022

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.

Jean-Philippe Schepens

19. 6. 2022

Visiting Slovenia to meet and engage with new business partners Jean-Philippe Schepens fascinated me with his very different approach to company structure even the title he gives to his partners, “Tribe” gives a very good indication of their equal value. He is inspiring on so many other levels, if you have concerns about artificial intelligence, self-determination and even the idea that we should always look to nature for our solutions you need to listen to this conversation. He introduces a wide range of inspirational music too!

Jean-Philippe Schepens

22. 6. 2022

Visiting Slovenia to meet and engage with new business partners Jean-Philippe Schepens fascinated me with his very different approach to company structure even the title he gives to his partners, “Tribe” gives a very good indication of their equal value. He is inspiring on so many other levels, if you have concerns about artificial intelligence, self-determination and even the idea that we should always look to nature for our solutions you need to listen to this conversation. He introduces a wide range of inspirational music too!

Andrej Karoli

5. 6. 2022

This month VAL 202 celebrates 50 years of broadcasting. This much loved and respected radio station has a very loyal following and that’s not surprising as it offers music and conversation based around music and the artists that they feature. Music Producer Andrej Karoli invited me to their Ljubljana studios at RTV Ljubljana to talk about VAL202 as well as his own personal thoughts on music and more.

Vesna Kovač

22. 5. 2022

This week the show is with a musician who has recently made 3 recordings. Her own music is great with a voice that is deep and captivating as is her personality. So many experiences to discover from professional English translation to teaching in vocational colleges, a great love of animals and also being a radio host herself. As a result, this was a great fun conversation to have and I know Vesna’s sense of fun and professionalism comes across. You can enjoy some very emotionally charged music including 3 tracks of her own and we end with Cognac!

Rok Vihar

25. 4. 2022

Recently my guest this week returned to Slovene television screens to act in the role of lawyer Borut Žalar. I thought it would be interesting to discuss the life of an actor, particularly one who is so well known. Rok Vihar started his acting when he was still at secondary school as one of a small group who started a school acting group in co-operation with the National Theatre in Maribor. More than 20 years later he seems very comfortable to say acting is his life along with home and family, it’s all part of one big story!

Saša Novak

10. 4. 2022

What do you really know about fusion technology and how it really can solve the green issues by providing safe energy in quantities that means no dependency on fossil fuels? Whilst my guest is not a nuclear physicist she is directly involved in this technology as a material chemist developing the materials that we need to effectively collect the energy of a fusion reaction. Saša Novak has been involved in material research for a long time and most of her working life has been centred around the Josef Stefan Institute, an establishment that she is keen to explain and promote. Saša also has some interesting views on education and how young people should be helped to reach their goals.

Klemen Fajmut

27. 3. 2022

Klemen Fajmut is an economist, is an experienced expert in real estate and in particular green spatial planning. But there is a very important part of his professional life as with Masters in anthropology he views Spatial planning and real estate from an anthropological perspective. He is also a traveller, and he likes to get close to the cultures of the places he visits and learn from their societies. There is also mountain-biking, windsurfing, basketball, running and diving, did I mention he plays guitar? So music too!

Statler Gilifen

15. 3. 2022

Statler Gilifen left America with the idea of spending 3 months exploring Europe. Somehow this became 3 years when he found himself in Slovenia and fell in love. Of course, this was just the start and many years later as their children grew older the family moved back to his home, America where he still lives. I met him several times whilst he was here and thought his stories would make a great programme, and so it did. The picture of Piran is his as that he where he eventually set up home.

Saša Gerzelj Donaldson

21. 2. 2022

It was in March 2013 that I first spoke on this show to Saša about her journey to become a much-respected pianist and music teacher. At that time she was about to leave Slovenia to join her husband in Edinburgh. This interview picks up the story and discovers she is now working at the 3rd most respected music school in the world, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021: Performing Arts)

Jure Sodja

12. 1. 2022

The guest this week has many managerial roles, from tourism to events and music festivals. Jure Sodja is also a great champion of the Bohinj region of Slovenia and if you have visited, you will know why. He is the perfect person to discuss how Slovenia needs to market itself to the outside world. He also manages the band Sam’s Fever, so if you’re a fan of Elvis’ music then there’s another reason to listen to this show.

Music In Holidays

5. 1. 2022

January is often the time when we sit down and consider holidays for the year ahead. Many Slovenes will wish to travel outside their land, and some will want entertainment too. Cruises can offer both of these things without much hassle and a knowledge of exactly what it will all cost. Matjaž Tomanič has experience in this and Požejdon is his company that has many suggestions on how to enjoy a break throughout the year. Still in the Christmas music mood this show features both Slovene and international artist’s seasonal offerings.

Dolores Hunsky & Venesa Erjavec

19. 12. 2021

Dolores Hunsky is a poet and writer and although she had an idea for a book of cat poems she never really considered publishing until she met Venesa Erjavec on a course at Maribor University. Venesa is an artist and agreed to illustrate her poems. The resultant book is charming and whilst you might consider it to be aimed at children it has equal value for all as the reader discovers everything from cat characters to their anatomy. This show is fascinating at many levels and of course there is some interesting music to accompany the conversation. Sadly, on the day we recorded Venesa was unable to come to the studio, but she certainly appears in spirit

Tjaša Ban

5. 12. 2021

This week is quite a journey starting in Dubai. My guest Tjaša Ban has business activities in many countries and this year, most notably, in Dubai during Expo 2020 so I felt it was a great opportunity to also discover Slovenia’s involvement in this event. Green installations are high on the list of projects that Tjaša talk about and the music list brings a few tracks that were new to me and possibly new to RadioSi listeners too.

Marie Claire Pagano

25. 11. 2021

How do our much-loved doggy friends actually communicate with and understand humans? Could we detect emotions in dogs by tracking their facial features? Marie Claire Pagano is from the UK but is often here as her partner is Slovene. I invited her to the studio to explain her research into these questions which she is carrying out at the University of Newcastle.

JOHN DENHOF

10. 11. 2021

Ever wondered what it is like to be the boss at the bank? My guest this week is just that, John Denhof is President of the management board and CEO of Nova KBM. He originates from the US and has travelled the world helping financial institutions but this time he has rather fallen for Slovenia and thinks he will make a base here. We talk about investing and the financial world’s responsibility for green issues but mostly about outdoor activities and John’s work at keeping healthy and quite a bit about rock and blues music.

TIFFANY SADLER

24. 10. 2021

The British Ambassador to Slovenia Tiffany Sadler has been here for a full year now so I felt it was time to have a conversation and discover what she feels about the country she is Currently working in. Not only did I discover her thoughts and love for Slovenia but also a fascinating insight into her time spent on an earlier post to Burma and her conversations with Aung San Suu Kyi. Of course, there are some great music choices all of which have very personal memories for her.

MY LIFE, MY MUSIC - CHALLE SALLE

10. 10. 2021

It’s rare for someone to become super popular in the world of music almost overnight, it’s also amazing for a Slovene song to achieve nearly 9 million hits on YouTube but Challe Salle has achieved both these things and more. With a new video being released this week I invited him to join me in the studio and a more down to earth guy you cannot imagine. Find out what’s important to him and why he’s so happy to please his audience. You will also discover that Reggaeton, Hip-Hop and Rap can be positive happy genres!

John Marshall Newton

17. 9. 2021

If you are interested in a really holistic approach to education, then my guest in this show is a breath of fresh air. How to engage our children in learning and growing at school is what John Marshall Newton is all about. He comes from America and brings a broad world-wide experience to Slovenia as the Director of the Ljubljana International School.

Kanika Gupta

15. 8. 2021

Over a period of a few months, art historian Kanika Gupta has been an activist-in-residence at the Slovene Ethnographic Museum. She is here to continue her work cataloguing artifacts and images that were originally brought to the museum by Slovenes in the early 1900s. This collaboration with the Museum’s Indian collection started back in 2018. Her residency also includes an authorial artistic performance as well as a documentary film. The music Kanika chose to accompany our conversation spans a broad area of Indian music from traditional to folk as well as modern styles and film themes.

DANCE

1. 8. 2021

Nastja Bremec Rynia began her career in ballet and modern dance when she was just six years old. Michal Rynia began his career as a hip hop dancer in Poland becoming Polish National Champion several times and five times has held the title of World-Champion Hip-Hop dancer. They met at the CODARTS – Rotterdam Dance Academy in The Netherlands. Today they run a Dance studio in Nova Gorica and travel around the world to work with modern dance performances as well as teaching dance in their studio at home.

Ljubljana Jazz Festival

25. 7. 2021

Edin Zubcˇevic´ is from Sarajevo. he has produced hundreds music and other events from chamber music concerts to big arena pop-rock shows and is the founder of Jazz Fest Sarajevo. Since 2018 he has also been the co-curator of the Ljubljana Jazz Festival in Slovenia alongside Bogdan Benigar. Last year the festival was on-line but this year it’s available to all with outside stages that are free to attend. I invited him to talk about the festival.

ROOSTERS'S COCTAIL 10.06.2021

11. 6. 2021

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.

Irena Smole

23. 5. 2021

As we approach the summer and anyone with children maybe considering the next step after primary school I felt it would be useful and interesting to talk someone from a well respected secondary school. I was lucky to be able to discuss the topic with the Deputy Principal of Prva Gimnazija Maribor, Mrs Irena Smole. Some of her responses may surprise you but you will be assured that the schools have the best interest of your children at the heart of their work.

Špela Pirnat

16. 5. 2021

Špela Pirnat was attracted to music from a very early age and chose violin, soon moving onto viola, an instrument that she plays to this day. She may be a classical musician but that doesn’t stop her working with other musicians in rock or popular Slovene songs and much more. Her band co-operations include MojcArt, the No Borders Trio and for the last 7 years has worked with her dear friend and pianist Tadej Horvat. Śpela is also the founder and director of ArSensei mentoring and offering music masterclasses.

GERMAN AMBASSADORS

5. 5. 2021

This week I am honoured to have two guests in the studio. Her Excellency Natalie Kauther and His Excellency Adrian Pollmann have come to Slovenia with their three children to make Slovenia their home for the next four years. They are taking their ambassador role in turns whilst the other partner looks after the family. They have already fallen for this country and look forward to more freedom to properly meet its people. Some great rock music accompanies this fascinating conversation.

JURE NIERDORFER

11. 4. 2021

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.

Boštjan Kozole

28. 3. 2021

This week the story is a family one. Boštjan Kozole studied economics and his father is a farmer but together they are the amazingly successful company Evrosad. A major apple exporter to Europe including the UK Boštjan is also a very keen sportsman, in particular handball. This is a story of highs and lows but of great family cooperation and considerable strengths and music plays an important role too.

Strain

14. 3. 2021

The Covid restrictions have been a real issue for entertainment and the world of music. If you want to release new music you certainly cannot have a party to celebrate it. In spite of this the rock band Strain from Gornja Radgona decided to go ahead anyway and do the whole thing themselves. They recorded at a friend’s studio and then didn’t just make the material available on-line but produced an EP version with 4 tracks issued on a USB key. Their sound is great so I invited them to talk about the process and how they go about composing the music they certainly love. There are several other bands they wanted to introduce to our listeners too.

ERNIE MENDILLO

5. 3. 2021

The Help Tribute Band managed 100 shows in 2019 and they have still been entertaining us throughout the Covid restrictions so I thought it would be great to speak with Ernie Mendillo the force behind the band and its Paul McCartney. It's a great story with experiences of early bands in the USA and music being the prime mover throughout his life. There's also some great music in this show as well as the first ever broadcast of a very personal track, the only one the band have ever written and recorded.

Amaya

21. 2. 2021

Many people will remember Maja Keuc from Eurovision 2011 but now there is a new girl in town recording under the name of "Amaja". With many new experiences from voice training in the Netherlands to working and recording in Sweden Amaja is currently here in Slovenia with some new tracks starting her journey into the world of soul. Some great stories and a very personal view of working in the music industry this conversation is really interesting!

The Polish Ambassador to Slovenia "His Excellency Krzvsztof Olendski"

31. 1. 2021

The Polish Ambassador to Slovenia His Excellency Krzvsztof Olendski has been here since April 2020 so it's certainly time to hear what he has to say about Slovenia. He has had considerable experience, from the Holy See to being in Tunisia at the very start of the Arab Spring and he speaks of many concerning occasions as well as other inspirational ones. The music is a great cross-section of Polish and other personal favourites.

David Razboršek

17. 1. 2021

Data released last month showed that over the past 5 years the death rate due to road traffic accidents involving drivers between 18 and 24 has reduced by 60%. Much of this must be due to the work of the initiative "Heroes drive in Pyjamas" organised though the encouraging work of Zavod Vozim. This conversation is with the director, David Razboršek.

Dr. Laris Gaiser

10. 1. 2021

What do you know about the Pan-Europa Movement? It is the oldest European unification movement and will be 100 years old next year. The recently re-elected president of the Slovene Pan European Movement is Dr Lars Gaiser. Dr. Gaiser is one of a new generation of politicians and businessmen with top education, knowledge and international experience. Educated at world-renowned universities and with international work experience in politics and economics mean he is among a small number of geopolitical analysts with an excellent who can offer a real insight into world political events.

Dr. Laris Gaiser

3. 1. 2021

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.

SAŠA KRAJNC

20. 12. 2020

When I wondered about who should be the guest for the start of the Christmas week I thought about people I’d worked with and with whom I could find out more and have some fun. Saša Krajnc was in my mind straight away. He was always fun to be with when he worked at RTV Maribor and his teaching role as a dance leader is fascinating too. Known by many for his current role on RTV News I’m sure you will find this conversation very interesting. Some lovely music too!

Samo Šalmon

6. 12. 2020

My first interview with Samo Šalamon was nearly eight years ago and since that time Samo has offered his music to audiences across too many countries to mention, as well as a load of albums and he was already cited as one of the greats back then. Never a person to lose an opportunity, the period of restricted travel we have all been subjected to was a chance for Samo to complete something he had been thinking about for a while. Just a simple idea, you ask 35 top international guitarists to add whatever they wish to 35 compositions Samo has already recorded an outline of. Result 3 new albums with one already released and the others coming over the next few months. Three of the tracks are included in this show along with 5 other great performers. The album series is entitled “Almost Alone”.

Anja Strajnar

22. 11. 2020

Last week the show featured the stage world of musicals and there are some musical tracks again here as my guest is singer, director and musician Anja Strajnar. She has a very broad experience having performed in musicals, solo vocal shows as well as with her own band, Akordika, and other bands and performers and even dubbing Disney animated films. Besides performing, her partner and their family are an important part of her life and they like to spend time together and travel and experience other cultures. To record the show and remain safe and distanced, we recorded the show in her private studio in Ljubljana.

Nejc Lisjak

8. 11. 2020

Most of us like a musical but where do we see a really professional show except in the main cities and maybe not even in Slovenia. Nejc Lisjak has been organising, directing and acting in professional shows in the small conurbation of Radomlje for more than 5 years and, as a result, his audiences come from far and wide, even from outside Slovenia. We recorded this conversation at the very hall in question where surprising flexible facilities are available to enable the real experience of a live musical. When the current restrictions allow, you must keep an eye on - Pepelka – muzikal on Facebook

Dr. Aleš Bošnjak

25. 10. 2020

When I discovered that Slovenia had spent a very large amount of money to become part of a super computer network in Europe I felt it would be interesting to make a programme around this new venture. The new Peta-scale computer, named after the Slovenian mathematician Jure Vega, will come into operation in March 2011 and it will be a joint operation between the Euro HPC and the Institute of Information Science of the University of Maribor, where the director is Dr Aleš Bošnjak. We spoke about this computer and computing technology in general and I also discovered that Aleš is a keen pianist, coming from a very musical family.

MY LIFE MY MUSIC - PATRICIJA ROJ 11 10 PODCAST

9. 10. 2020

Sit back and relax, this week I talk to yoga teacher Patricija Roj but not only about yoga it’s also about her music. Patricija sings herself so we enlisted the help of musician Igor Bezget and recorded three of the tracks during the making of the show. Dim the lights and join us on her journey.

Špela Logar

13. 9. 2020

Spela Logar had a dream from primary school days to travel to the UK and study English. Having completed secondary schooling, she started to study Slovene but felt her heart wasn’t in it so she found herself an au-pair job in the suburbs of London. 6 months turned into a year as she was accepted for an English course at West Herts College. She has never questioned this good fortune having also spent time studying in Scotland she is now happily back in Slovenia teaching. Her choices of music also follow her journey so there is much variation in this inspirational story.

Barbara Drnač

30. 8. 2020

Barbra Drnač loves dance, she moves with elegance and comes to our conversation with a smile and nothing but positive thoughts. Her professional life is certainly focused on dance and has been visible for many years in her dance TV show and many other appearances. In 2014 she became an ambassador of the Europa Donna association, yet her life is clearly as a leader, a dance expert and being a great supporter of her daughter Tereza Poljanič and her own remarkable achievements. Not surprisingly the music she chooses to accompany our conversation is lively and is easy to dance to.

SOPHIE HONEY

21. 8. 2020

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.

Dr Matjaž Kuntner

31. 7. 2020

This week the show was recorded in RTV radio studios in Ljubljana as I invited the Director of the Slovene National Biological Institution, Dr Matjaz Kuntner to talk about the importance of the work carried out there. Of course, as ever, the conversation takes many turns as we visit the worlds’ ecology, many areas of research, a personal lifetime fascination of Matjaz, spiders and their role in structural engineering as well as a great range of music that fits well into an RSi playlist. A really interesting and personal show not to be missed!

Boris Simončič

17. 7. 2020

Boris Simončič is the Director of the Mirje Medical Centre in Ljubljana. He is a doctor of dental medicine, but he and a team of practitioners and researchers are also pioneering stem cell therapies in oral indications as well as other clinical areas. Of course, this means regenerative medicine and I want to know where this might lead us all. As well as his remarkable professional work he is a gently spoken humanist caring deeply about his patients and our futures. In this conversation I further discovered quite a rocker so there is great music here!

Doris Urbančič Windisch

7. 7. 2020

From a visitor point of view in past years Maribor has always seemed to be a place where people come for a day or two as part of a tour around Slovenia. More recently there has been a significant effort to make the city and its surroundings a real tourist destination with so much to enjoy that staying for a whole holiday is required! Doris Urbančič Windisch has been in the field of tourism for most of her working life and Maribor is a destination she is proud of. As Director of the Maribor and Pohorje Tourist Board I invited her to talk of her love for the region and what visitors from home and abroad have been missing.

Gaber Lesjak

8. 6. 2020

When you go to a show and have a really great time do the people who made it happen behind the scenes cross your mind? Well when it comes to the sound my guest in this show certainly deserves the applause. Gaber Lesjak is the live sound engineer for Narodni Dom in Maribor and not only does he love his job he has many tales to tell.

Igor Bezget

1. 6. 2020

When I saw Igor Bezget making daily appearances with presentations and music on Facebook I was interested to talk to him about the idea, which we did, socially distanced, in the woods! Igor has been on My Life My Music before but that was many years ago and since our first conversation he has travelled the world and recorded so many fascinating artists I wanted to hear more. This programme tells some of that story, initially about Facebook but mostly his musical journey of discovery of the world’s fascinating rhythms! All nine music tracks were made by Igor, many edited at airports where he had time to be productive. The music is performed, not just by Igor, but hundreds of amazing musicians from the US, Africa, India and even Slovenia!

JADE VON BAAREN

26. 4. 2020

After many years in the business of restoring properties for her clients Jade Van Baaren has gained a lot of knowledge in the field of interior design. She also enjoys the challenge of finding out who the client is and what they are really looking for in their new home. After 14 years in Slovenia Jade seems pretty commited to staying here with her husband and bring up their 2 children in this very pleasant land.

Dr. Stephen Minger

14. 4. 2020

Dr Stephen Minger is one of the pioneering researchers in human stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. He is one of the founders of a company, providing expert analysis in emerging healthcare and is involved in gene/cell-based therapies, human tissue fabrication, implementation of robotics/synthetic intelligence, machine-brain interfaces, and stem cell technologies and more. When I met him, I was fascinated by his direct approach and an amazing ability to explain the highly complex in a completely understandable way. Now, in the middle of a worrying period of the whole world trying to resolve the issues of Covid 19, who could be a more appropriate guest. He’s really into the world of rock too!

Supporting Act

28. 2. 2020

Supporting Act first came to my notice on social media and having listened I wanted to talk to them about their music. I’m a fan of great quality rock of all types and when I heard the track, “When The World Comes Around” I was surprised that such quality existed in a local band and I’d not heard them on the radio. This show explores their past and how they see their music. It also includes a lot of great musicians that are their inspirations!

MIHA MURN

16. 2. 2020

Miha Murn is an artist, he likes to paint and, of course he wants to make a living out of art. This he does with some serious success as he came up with the idea of combining art with business, any business. He runs an agency that connects businesses to his very large and ever-growing list of artists who only too happy for their works to be displayed in public places, in company offices in car parks and even toilets. In under 5 years he now has agency offices in Ljubljana, Prague, Hong Kong and recently opened in London. Find out more details by listening here!

MATEJA HOCEVAR

18. 11. 2019

Mateja Hannah Hočevar is a journalist, author, chairs interviews in Ljubljana Library and also likes to travel, in a way that means she really meets new people and societies! Her husband is from the Netherlands so between them they have many experiences to draw on. There was much to discuss and discover in this fascinating conversation.

Roger Cox

10. 11. 2019

Roger Cox comes from Rabun Gap School, Georgia in America where he coaches, amongst other sports, basketball. His school has a Presbytarian history and the teaching still has a very holistic approach based on its religious background. Students may be pushed but always in a caring and encouraging way. It was very interesting to talk with Roger and in many ways I felt not all education has such a positive and practical approach. Jaka Oberlast, from Maribor, is a student there and in some years it would be great to talk to him too to see what thoughts and skills he brings home to Slovenia.

Roger Cox

10. 11. 2019

Roger Cox comes from Rabun Gap School, Georgia in America where he coaches, amongst other sports, basketball. His school has a Presbytarian history and the teaching still has a very holistic approach based on its religious background. Students may be pushed but always in a caring and encouraging way. It was very interesting to talk with Roger and in many ways I felt not all education has such a positive and practical approach. Jaka Oberlast, from Maribor, is a student there and in some years it would be great to talk to him too to see what thoughts and skills he brings home to Slovenia.

Vlasta Veselko

27. 10. 2019

This week my guest takes us on a very personal journey. When Vlasta Veselko discovered tango, there was just one place to go, Argentina, where she could learn every aspect of the life of this dance from its origins. Her story is very intimate and her love of this dance and the personal experiences it offers are captivating. It’s not a surprise that the music that accompanies this conversation features many versions of the dance, tango.

Anja Golob

18. 10. 2019

It seems from my conversation with her that Anja Golob lives with words. By that I mean that for her the art of writing is the way in which she can express not simply a meaning or a fact but layers of emotion and life that maybe some have lost touch with. We speak about the way she hears music as well as plays and writing and I discover a little of myself that maybe I had lost touch with. All too easy to do in this world of interconnections that are so impersonal and often frivolous or even false. I hope you too can identify with this special lady through the show, it has some great music and lots of funny bits too!.

Hai Ottenheim

29. 9. 2019

When Hai Ottenheim decided to move to Slovenia with his partner he cannot have known exactly what the future would hold. In fact his strong personal beliefs and experiences have made him a very open person and as such a fascinating man to talk to. His love and broad knowledge of music and what it means to him makes this a very personal story and the music spans many years and genres. He has grown to love what Slovenia has to offer and now acts as quite the ambassador as he shows the country’s beauty to its visitors.

DON MENZA

15. 9. 2019

Don Menza was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, where he began playing tenor, saxophone when he was 13. He worked with so many artists, the Maynard Ferguson Orchestra, Stan Kenton, Buddy Rich, Elvin Jones as well as Louie Bellson, and many more, he composed "Groovin' Hard" and "Time Check" and his son Nick Menza was drummer for the heavy metal band Megadeth. This year Don reached the amazingly active age of 83. When I heard he was appearing at CID in Ptui I had to go along!

Maria Lucia

1. 9. 2019

There is no doubt in most people’s minds that we need to take care of the ecology around us, but what should we be doing? Of course, we all think about using fossil fuels, plastic waste and carbon emissions but can we really do enough? Maria Lucia Cruz Correia is an artist come from Portugal, is married to a Slovene artist and they both live in Belgium. She has been coming to Slovenia for some years, in particular to Bunker to bring people together and not simply listen but become involved in her presentations which are totally about caring for the planet and the people and animals who inhabit it. I caught up with her at the Bunker offices and found out what this all means!

Fastnet

11. 8. 2019

The RORC Fastnet race is one of the most challenging yacht races as it covers a mix of waters from the Solent in the South of England via Land’s End into the Atlantic to the Fastnet rock off the southern tip of Ireland and back around the Scillies to Plymouth for the finish, a total of more than 600 nautical miles. I had the good fortune to talk with one of the most experienced skippers of a two-handed boat (many have 12 or more) Ajeto with Dutchman Robin Verhoef and John Van Dr Starre.

Anja Brumec

21. 7. 2019

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.

ZalaGasper

23. 6. 2019

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

9. 6. 2019

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

26. 5. 2019

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

12. 5. 2019

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

28. 4. 2019

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

14. 4. 2019

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

31. 3. 2019

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.

JON LOCKE

3. 3. 2019

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

17. 2. 2019

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

3. 2. 2019

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

20. 1. 2019

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

23. 12. 2018

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

9. 12. 2018

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

25. 11. 2018

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

28. 10. 2018

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

14. 10. 2018

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

30. 9. 2018

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

16. 9. 2018

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

7. 9. 2018

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!

Robert Šarman

22. 7. 2018

Robert Šarman is known to many as the man who helped them through his work as a physiotherapist. He has worked at Maribor Hospital and is now in practice on his own in Slovenska Bistrica. He has other skills too and one of them is as the front man of the well-known band Jebe’la Cesta. You can expect an interesting conversation and some good music then!

Pipistrel - Ivo Boscarol

19. 6. 2018

Ivo Boscarol is quite an inspiration. He looks at fine detail in design and construction in a way that most would not bother. Mind you that’s why he been making planes that few other manufacturers could aspire to and doing it for so long. This is a great journey through the stories of Ivo Boscarol’s background and some of the things he did on the way to success. And you can see why no one else in the world can currently produce a production electric plane and he’s been doing it for 11 years! You’ll love the music too!

JANEZ POTOCNIK

8. 6. 2018

We recently heard optimistic words from Janez Potočnik speaking at the recent Forum for Food and Agriculture. In spite of rarely being in Slovenia these days I was greatly honoured to be offered time to discus food and other environment issues just a few weeks ago. His environmental role as European Commissioner for the Environment was one that he really wanted as it allowed him an opportunity to advance many ideas for the future. Don't miss this valuable conversation about how we should all behave to ensure our future.

Tanja Španič

27. 5. 2018

Tanja Španič was very young when everything in her life was put into question, in her own words "It wasn't something you expect at the age of 26!" Tanja had a lump in her breast which turned out to be a carcinoma. She is experienced in the field of medicine and her positive outlook clearly helped her to accept what this diagnosis meant. Today Tanja is a patient advocate and the current president of Europe Donna Slovenia. She is great fun to be with and has a broad love of music. What more could I ask for a guest on this show?

Tomaž Rogelj

13. 5. 2018

It's the time of year when the tourists are just beginning to arrive in Slovenia and everything should be in place for the season. The area of Bled is one the the most well-known here and it will host many thousands of people over the months ahead. So what are the rationales behind the tourism of the region, is the pricing correct and the quality high enough to ensure that everyone goes away to become ambassadors for Slovenia. I asked the Head of the Bled Tourist Board, Tomaž Rogelj, to answer some of these questions.

Jure Poglajen

3. 5. 2018

When Jure Poglajen and his friend David planned their holiday on Lesbos they did not consider the fast changing situation there with refugees arriving every day. They discovered the issue before leaving Slovenia but rather than change their plans they simply went with a new intent, to do what they could to help the plight of refugees. Now the story continues with money raising events to carry on the help and find resources for the children and mothers there who are in desperate need of assistance. Hear the story and support the event on 4th May at 20:00 at Hotel Habakuk in Maribor.

John Antone

15. 4. 2018

John D Antone is an artist but maybe that doesn't really say what he does, not even saying sculptor truly describes the beauty this man finds and turns into amazing pieces of great detail. John lives in America but he is a regular here in Slovenia as he not only has customers here but he has great respect for a local forge where he casts his works in bronze and then ships many of them back to America. Find out all the details by listening to the show and visiting: JohnDAntone.com

Peter Orešič

1. 4. 2018

If you are a lover of country music then this is the show for you as I enjoy a conversation with Peter Orešič. Peter decided that he liked country from an early age and has become so involved that he regularly travels to America to see the many country stars that he has had the pleasure of meeting over the years. He even makes radio shows to be transmitted in America. Lots of details of the performers and the music styles as well as nine tracks to enjoy!

Rafael Wressnig

18. 3. 2018

Raphael Wressnig was brought up in Southern Austria, he went to music school in Bad Radkersburg and then had some good fortune as he was part of the opening band for a concert of Blues artist Larry Garner and was asked to stay on with his Hammond organ to play with Larry's band. It lead to touring Europe and then America. Since he has made contacts with musicians all over the world and has many great stories to tell. He's a great musician and I am very happy to have had the chance to produce this show.

Ambassador Dr Pierre-Yves Fux

4. 3. 2018

His Excellency Dr Pierre-Yves Fux is nearing the end of his role as the Swiss Ambassador to Slovenia and he is certainly enthusiastic about his time here. From walking from one side of the country to the other to engaging in the organisation of educational discussions he has certainly become involved in life in Ljubljana and the country as a whole. He brings a fresh and very different range of music to the programme too.

Ajsa Vodnik

18. 2. 2018

If you ever doubted the need for chambers of commerce you must listen to this inspiring lady. AmCham has been around for some time and most might expect it to be entirely about generating business between Slovenia and America but there is much more. From building effective partnerships with Slovene ministries to focusing on education, health, employment and also building bridges with foreign embassies is just a start. Listen and hear CEO Ajša Vodnik's very personal story of inspirations. It's all about optimism, community, opportunity and respect.

Charlie Butter Fly

4. 2. 2018

Charlie Butter Fly has been on the Slovene music scene for a few years now but since the recent release of their video and a number of well received performances they are become rather well known. I felt that it was time to discover some more about them and what makes this band work. They have some classic bands as inspirations so this show is not only fun but it includes nothing but great music AND that includes their tracks too!

Susie Dent

10. 12. 2017

Susie Dent is a lexicographer, that is she works with words. In English, German and French, now that is something special. Susie is also well known in the UK for her television appearances on Countdown as a wordsmith and general contributor to this very entertaining show. She was visiting Slovenia as a guest speaker at the recent Media Marketing conference SEMPL held in Portorož. It seemed a great opportunity to talk with someone from my homeland. She brings some great music to the show as well.

Matic Ačko

21. 11. 2017

The initial reason to invite Matic Ačko to the show was I had been informed that he was involved in slam poetry. What’s that? I didn’t know either. In fact its been around for quite a while and has become quite popular around Slovenia. Matic also plays in a band, so has some great music to share as well. Find out about poetry, music, architecture and much more in this interesting conversation.

Oliver Vodeb

21. 11. 2017

Oliver Vodeb believes that the economic model that most companies use is less than perfect. Indeed he is firmly of the belief that ALL companies should consider that a significant part of their focus should be for the benefit of citizens and the survival of the world around us. Shareholders and profit should no longer be the sole focus. He also offers some music that you probably have not heard before, unless you are Australian that is!

Alec Templeton

15. 10. 2017

There are several choices when it comes to your child's education so I am always interested to discover what is happening around Europe in the area of primary education. Alec Templeton has been brought up and lived in many different countries and so has a unique insight into this issue both as a child and as a teacher of children and teachers. Some valuable thoughts are here!

Valerija Prevolšek

24. 9. 2017

As a director of MediaPool, Valerija Prevolšek has great experience of marketing and media. This November marks the 19th SEMPL conference which brings speakers and experts from all over the world to Slovenia so I thought it would be interesting to bring Valerija into the studio to find out what's behind this successful annual event. She also offers some great music choices too!

Mojca Jug

15. 9. 2017

Mojca Jug is a Theatre Producer with the Bunker in Ljubljana. It's the NGO that organises so many festivals and events to promote music from all around Europe whilst offering many opportunities for both well-known and less well-known Slovene artists to discover more about performing and networking. Much of what she is involved in showcases at the Old Power Station in Ljubljana where music, theatre and other events take place all year round. Like many of her audience members she introduces artists I have never heard of and which I'm very happy to have discovered. This show is no exception, hopefully you will discover some new music that will inspire you.

Tereza Misu

6. 8. 2017

We all have to eat but all to often we don't really pay attention to what the food we eat is doing to us. My guest this week has come to pay special attention to what she and her partner eats for very special health reasons. She has her own TV show iin New Zealand and travels offering others advice though cookery workshops. This is a really inspirational story of surviving a major life problem and Teresa offers some really great music too. By the way she is originally from Slovenia.

Dave Birss

23. 7. 2017

A large part of the career of Dave Birss was as creative director in some of the biggest and best advertising agencies in the UK. Now he is breaking myths about creativity with the aim of individuals learning new skills, and companies beginning to think differently to achieve better results. I caught up with him on his trip to Ljubljana to give a talk on just that. He is a musician too so you can be sure of some great tracks in the show.

Violeta Bulc

9. 7. 2017

If you ever really wanted to know what goes on at the European Commission then go no further that my guest this week, European Commissioner for Slovenia, Violeta Bulc. Moving from being a successful entrepreneur in America she came back to Slovenia to make a difference. It is impossible not to get excited by her enthusiasm for the European Union. She also offers some great music tracks that highlight various parts of her journey.

Igor Akrapovič

21. 6. 2017

There cannot be many people who have not heard of Igor Akrapovic. The boy who at a very early life became so keen on motorcycles that as soon as he was big enough to ride he borrowed his brothers motor bike and then as soon as he could afford it went on to become a successful racer. Of course it led to the world renown company that makes exhaust systems for most of the racing teams and also sport models of many great cars too. It’s a fascinating story and he tells it with great enthusiasm and offers us some good music too.

Colin Hutchinson

5. 6. 2017

The Petišovci gas project on the borders with Hungary and Croatia is a project that many here are aware of but maybe not all the fine detail about exactly what is involved. I invited the CEO of Ascent Resources to join me in the studio to explain. He brings some pretty good music too!

Zsofi Klacmann

25. 5. 2017

Zsofi Klacmann really respects her profession and also her cello. Coming from Hungary she has been working at Maribor SNG for 10 years now and also loves teaching young children. Her story is fascinating and she has chosen some beautiful music to illustrate it.

Emily Venables

18. 5. 2017

This week I discover an oceanographer working here in Slovenia on behalf of the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Emily Venables and a colleague was taking samples of water from all around the Mediterranean as the start of a project to examine the water temperatures and other qualities, something she has done all around the world. Perhaps her most interesting work has been carried out in the Arctic and Antarctic regions but I also discovered that as a keen mountaineer she spent some time on Triglav last year.

Luka šulic

30. 4. 2017

2CELLOS have made some amazing achievements over the past few years and it was a pleasure to welcome Luka to the studio. He clearly loves every part of what he does and is very respectful of the success they have have achieved from the YouTube beginnings and the time spent with Elton John to the present shows. They offer great entertainment and its easy to see why audiences love their shows. He also speaks about his day to come with Godalkanje and Bojan Cvetrežnik which will be on the 5th May in Ljubljana. More details at Godalkanje.org

Luka Topolovec

21. 4. 2017

Luka Topolovec is the CEO of a young company and has operations in Slovenia and London. This is the story of his passion for the work and why he and his colleages have had such great success. It also talks of doing business in the UK and looks at the possible implications of forthcoming changes within the European Union. Plenty of good music too!

Branko Lobnikar

31. 3. 2017

Branko Lobnikar is an inspiring and fascinating speaker. Hardy surprising as he is very experienced as a lecturer at Ljubljana University, Faculty of Justice and Security. Of course that’s what makes him so interesting as security in the real world and more importantly on the internet is vital to us all. He also brings a great range of music to the programme.

Simon Krečič

19. 3. 2017

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.

MARKO VEZOVIŠEK

5. 3. 2017

To say Marko Vezovišek is a writer and musician tells only a small part of his story. Since the late 70's he has produced musicals, music from Punk to Ska and New Wave and also writes and acts in films. His stories are full of varying points of view, often political and even, or should I say especially, sexy. Some great entertainment here and a range of music through the history of this land.

Matej Patljak

19. 2. 2017

Going to the films is something most of us do, but most will drive to a big screen in a big city. Matej Patljak has a different idea, that it would be great to see the movie in your home town, even if the venue is small it offers something special for the locals, This story of achievement over personal troubles is inspirational and shows just how someone with a big dream can make a difference to the society around them.

Dominik Černjak

6. 2. 2017

If you want to know about the world of travel, particularly if you are young and looking for adventure then Dominik Černjak is your man. With his agency hat or as the Vice President of the Slovene Travel Association Dominik has much to explain about organising travel and being a traveller. He is also a real champion of Slovenia, what more to ask? Great music too!

Mojca Potrč

22. 1. 2017

Mojca Potrč has a great voice so it's no surprise to find her in the centre of SNG Maribor where she is a much respected member of the team. But she is also involved in much more, as a member of the trio Serafine, working on other projects in the area of blues and jazz and further promoting the work of others. Keep an eye open for the oppportunities for any musician to get involved with Godalkenje with Musical Director Bojan Cvetrežnik which Mojca is also promoting. A great mix of music can be enjoyed in this show.

Bruno Baumann

8. 1. 2017

Bruno Baumann knew in his early teens that he was looking for a lifestyle that involved travel and adventure. From the very start he was fascinated by people from far away lands and wanted to learn how far he could take himself. His story is rich with the cultures he has grown to love and respect; the music is also full of human emotion and respect.

Robert Friškovec

25. 12. 2016

What better guest for Christmas than someone who deals with the care and emotions of many varied people who are in need of support. Robert Friskovec is a prison priest and obviously has to listen to and confront many problems. He has many experiences from which we can learn and perhaps see some weaknesses in ourselves. He also offers a fascinating range of music, each with a seasonal message.

Peter Pen

11. 12. 2016

At this time of the year the Slovene skiing team is already training and competing. I was very pleased when Peter Pen agreed to join me in the studio and discuss what he felt about the responsibility of training and managing the everyday requirements of this great group of athletes as they travel around the world. He chooses some great music too!

Manica Musil

27. 11. 2016

When I saw the illustrations that Manica Musil had made using various fabrics I had to discover more. Her interesting journey through architecture to writer is fascinating and her love of creating something special for children is something very beautiful, whether you are a child of 3 or one of 67. Take a look at www.manicamusil.com to see what we are discussing.

Cathal Portier

13. 11. 2016

This week I talked to an Irish writer who was visting Maribor for 8 weeks to write stories in his home language of Gaelic. Cathal Portier has worked as a writer, poet and broadcaster and the show includes many amusing stories about Ireland and the music that has originated there.

Cathal Portier

13. 11. 2016

This week I talked to an Irish writer who was visting Maribor for 8 weeks to write stories in his home language of Gaelic. Cathal Portier has worked as a writer, poet and broadcaster and the show includes many amusing stories about Ireland and the music that has originated there.

Magnifico

30. 10. 2016

Robert Pešut was such fun to be with recording this show.....Magnifico of course ...... his ideas for songs are clearly illustrated though some of his music inspirations and the conversation covers many areas of his work. Plenty of surprises can be heard on Sunday 30th October at 100 and Thursday 3rd of November at 2100.

Matej Mršnik

16. 10. 2016

If you have ever wondered about just how guitars have moved from the original classically sweet acoustic sound to today's aggressive distorted versions of electric guitars then listen to Matej. He not only agreed to come to the studio to discuss this evolution but also brought his beloved Fender Stratocaster so he could demonstrate too. He's a really fantastic guitarist and offers some great inspirational music as well. Sunday 16th October at 1100 and Thursday 20th at 2100.

Srečko Trglec

2. 10. 2016

Srecko Trglec has had many roles and a lot of experiences with RTV. For me the most interesting is his role as Senior Editor for RadioSi. He tells a great story of how it all came to pass and chooses some great music from the 70's onwards.

Dr. Edvard Kolar

18. 9. 2016

With Slovenia's Rio Olympics successes fresh in our minds I sought a behind the scenes opinion from the Olympics General Secretary Dr Edvard Kolar. He is fascinating and clearly totally dedicated to making our athletes reach great heights. I also discovered there ismuch more than I realised behind this success. He likes rock music too!

Renato Uhl

14. 9. 2016

Do you really think about the security of the internet? Renato Ulh says you should. Listen to what he has to say about those who are planning to iupset your life!

BARJA DRNOVSEK and KRISTIAN KOLMAN

21. 8. 2016

Barja Drnovšek and Kristian Kolman are committed to the idea that all of us can benefit from learning music and that means an approach to teaching needs to be not too academic, at least not to start with. I met up with them running a workshop with Bojan Cvetrežnik in Laško, aimed at young children of a wide range of ages and experience and all managed to produce some great performances with an hour concert at the end of the five days. There is much to learn about the value of music!

Žiga Colja

7. 8. 2016

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.

Denys Masliuk

24. 7. 2016

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.

Nina Strnad

10. 7. 2016

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.

Iztok Don Aberšek

26. 6. 2016

This week the guest is a man with a very clear outlook on life. Like all good dads his son plays a significant role in his life and his experiences in music, photography, journalism and life in general have given him a very clear view of what is important. Iztok also offers a good understanding of the background of Slovenia's independence and he sees many things that others might miss. He also offer some great music!

Mayor of Piran- Peter Bossman

12. 6. 2016

The mayor of a town need to have the respect of it's inhabitants. This was something that Peter Bossman had already achieved though helping the community, well before some of them asked him to stand as mayor. That respect means that he is really a friend of the people of the town; when he accepted my invitation to be a guest on My Life My Music I knew I had to record the show in Piran. Walking through the streets as we spoke I discovered that they really want him to feel at home in the community.

Musician - Markus Meurer

29. 5. 2016

Markus Meurer plays the didgeridoo, but he's a very special player as he has spent time with indiginous tribes in Australia learning it's histroy and seeing how they live and make the instuments. Now he not only plays but he teaches too. Lots to learn from this show and some great didgeridoo and classic rock to hear.

Bianca Baldi

15. 5. 2016

Artist Bianca Baldi was invited to Slovenia by the Ethnographic Museum in Ljubljana so I was very interested to go along and find out what she had to say about Slovenia and also South Africa. She brought some great music too!

Photographer Ivan Dvoršak

1. 5. 2016

Ivan Dvoršak was well known as a graphic artist and photographer. As a member of the Fotoklub Maribor he was much respected for his images of the city and it's people, but in imaginative ways. Reflective water, everyday structures and even the effect of the people who changed the image but never even appeared in them. Through the eyes of Andreja Borin, curator at the Maribor Art Gallery we hear a story uncovered by 2 years of research with his friends and family and of course a deep understanding of his many images. An exhibition of the work of Ivan Dvoršak can be seen at the Ljubljana gallery of Modern Art until 22nd of May 2016

Tomaž O Rous

17. 4. 2016

Tomaž O Rous from Siddarta really cares about music. This band has obviously reached the stage where everyone knows there place and it works as a team, including all the technical folk too. Tomaž has another side too, his sports are those which demand total concentration or the results could be fatal. Find out by listening to this show, and enjoy some great music.

Vocal Harmony Group - Vox Arsana

3. 4. 2016

If you love smooth jazz and better still vocal hamony then Vox Arsana are definitely for you. They have been around for some years but with some recent line-up changes and a new CD recorded with the RTV Big Band there is something to shout about. An interesting story of commitment to music and some great tracks make this a don't miss show.

Jurij Drevensek

20. 3. 2016

Actor Jure Drevenšek may be quite young but he has already made quite a name for himself. Not only on the national stages of Maribor and Ljubljana but in films and on television and also performing in his one-man show with his much loved guitar. He is really easy to get along with and is totally commited to his arts, quite an inspiratio. There is some great music in this show so don not miss it.

Igor Gligorov

6. 3. 2016

If you think the days of vinyl are over, think again. many DJs and audiophiles have never dropped the humble record but today more and more people are returning to the disc, particularly the LP, as they feel the process of buying, owning and the act of playing music from a real analogue recording brings them closer to the music. Serbian engineer and artist Igor Gligorov has brought together excellence of design and something beautiful to look at, but not just that he really loves music and that is the highlight of this show, some really special tracks along with his inspirational ideas.

HELP Tribute Band

21. 2. 2016

If you remember the Beatles it's time to relive, or if you are a bit younger discover, their music perfectly recreated by the HELP Tribute Band. These guys have to be seen live because attention to detail is the key. The right clothes, the right hair, the right instruments, but most of all endless practice that results in the right sound. Don't miss this show!

Pedadgogue - Martin Baker

7. 2. 2016

Martin Baker has spent most of his working life in teaching children. Initially he worked in a public school in the UK but was never entirely happy with the way the children were taught. For the last 15 years he has taught in many places around the world and has strong views about the right way to ecourage children to gain a broad education. The Waldorf system is his answer and her has much experience for us to learn from.

Anesta Barnett

27. 1. 2016

Annesta Barnett has lived in Slovenia for 6 years and already has a great network of followers. Her outlook is very positive and her knowledge of the Slovene language means she can fully integrate with work and her social life. Her story of learning Japamese out of respect for that country is also inspirational. She brings a breath of fresh air to our conversation and introduces music from Sri Lanka (her country of origin), Japan, Slovenia, Spain and India, and more!

Musician - Valentina Čuden

10. 1. 2016

Valentina Čuden loves singing and performing and her range is amazing. From opera to jazz she takes it all in her stride. Is she ever nervous? Maybe, but the moment she steps on the stage she is at home, even if something goes wrong, 'It's OK, it's what we do' she says. It is obviously all in a days work. As a member of the audience she always leaves you with that great feeling that you have just seen, and heard, something special.

Palestinian Ambassador H.E. Salah Abdel Shafi

24. 12. 2015

His Excellency Salah Abdel Shafi is a very interesting man and as you would expect from an ambassador he offers clear explanations of his knowledge on world affairs. Here are some very valuable explanations of what it is like living in their home land and, for many, how it feels not to be able to live there. He also speaks clearly about the background to much of the strife in the Middle East.

Lousewies van der Laan

11. 12. 2015

Dutch politician Lousewies van der Laan is something special, here is someone who cares deeply about those she represents, there's no other agenda. Whats more as a citizen of Slovenia she brings her unique snd wide experience of the politics of the European Union and can talk very clearly about what should matter to us all. Some great music too. Listen with care!

Music Teacher - Samuel Gustavsson

29. 11. 2015

Samuel came from Sweden and like many ended up staying here, having got married and finding a perfect job as a teacher at the British International School of Slovenia in Ljubljana. Now he heads the music section, the British International Music School and this year they opened their internal composing competition to the whole of the country. There's much more to discover in this show, much of the music features his trumpet playing as part of many Scandinavian bands and he even has his own method of notating music which allows students to play along in just a few lessons. There are many inspirations here!

Musician - Tinkara Kovač

15. 11. 2015

Recording this show was a real pleasure. Tnkara has such a gentle voice and is very confident with her views about the music industry. She has some very positive things to say about her experience of Eurovision and she also reveals the title of an upcoming album for the first. Enjoy some great songs and co-operations.

Indian Artist - Sharmila Mohandras

23. 10. 2015

Sharmila was invited to Slovenia to produce an exhibition of her paintings in Celje. Her work illustrates the struggles of women with their own emotions and their relationships with the society around them. It is impossible to look at her paintings without forming a view of what is happening to the subject. The discussion in this show revolves around this artistic presentation of human feelings and Sharmila's love of travel and meeting new cultures. The exhibition of "I need to be alone" opens in Kvartina Hiša in Celje on 22nd October and runs until 15th November.

American Ambassador H.E. Brent Hartley

18. 10. 2015

This week I have the pleasure of welcoming the American Ambassador H.E. Mr Brent R Hartley and his wife Elizabeth to the My Life Studio. Our conversation makes clear their values in their work and indeed to each other as travelling the world must make a great demands on family life. Slovenia, Europe and issues in America are all included along with some very beautiful music.

Heather Pirjevec

4. 10. 2015

Heather Pirjevec is a well-loved member of the Radio Si team and listeners all across Slovenia have considered her a regular part of their homes, via the radio. After 20 years of being part of this very special team she has decided to retire and make room for fresh blood. She has plenty to say and some unusual music to accompany the conversation. Best wishes Heather!

Scout Leader - Eva Bolha

6. 9. 2015

The Scouting Association has been around a long time and still today its primary objective remains the same. Indeed manyof their activities are no different. The International Commisioner of the Slovene Scouting Association is Eva Bolha and when I heard of their recent vsit to a jamboree in Japan I thought it was just the perfect time to discuss scouting with her.

Peter Kranjc

23. 8. 2015

Peter Kranjc loves his job, he respects his colleagues and knows how to find compromises. What else would you expect from an experienced stage manager in such a prestigous place as SNG Maribor? The arts are part of his life so expect some great stories and some powerful and emotional music.

Matej Horvat

9. 8. 2015

When it comes to being enthusiastic about the power of music it's hard to beat the members of Siti Hlapcic and the guest in this show is certainly in agreement as he is their drummer best known as Mato. A love of the dums and Reggae in particular makes this a great show with some great music.

Music Director - Derek Barnes

26. 7. 2015

Derek has a very wide background as a musical director, teacher and more and clealy loves his work. From major London shows to voice coaching in the UK, Europe and America he has some great stories to tell. In August he is working in Slovenia on a project with Shirley Roden and Cantabille. Some performances to look forward to!

Jerry Mažgon

12. 7. 2015

Jerry really feels connected through music. From early in life it has influenced everything and he really enjoys his role with other artists especially Siti Hlapci. He cares about his home city of Maeribor too which he felt moved to be involved with the 2012 protests.

Maraaya

28. 6. 2015

Having done so well at the Eurovision Song Contest I had to invite Maraaya to the studio and find out whst this experience meant to them. Along the way i discover the whole story behind their music and work with other artists as well as how you work in this world and manage a young family too!

Andrej Korelič

21. 6. 2015

Andrej Korelič is well known as a part of our team behind Respect The Artist but he is also well involved, indeed a key player, in the running and organisation of a small studio right in the heart of Maribor. His love of music and abilities in making things happen has been a key part of an operation that goes back 10 years. Some great music and the inspiration of what a group of like-minded people can achieve when they work together.

Andrea Centazzo

14. 6. 2015

Percussionist and Composer Andrea Cetazzo has had an amazing career starting in Italy visiting much of Europe and settleing down in America. He is in Slovenia to hold workshops with local percussionists at their invitation at a time that co-incides with the summer solstice and on Sunday 21st June he will perform and then be joined by 20 other musicians to build an energy of performance that will co-incide with the solstice. He tells a great story!

Urban Centa - Programme Director - Laško Beer and Flowers Festival

31. 5. 2015

It may be a few weeks away but I wanted to discover what would be on the programme of this year's Laško Beer and Flowers Festival. Who better to ask than the Programme Director, Urban Centa. It's a BIG event with a BIG programme and every artist in this programme will be appearing at the show and LOADS more!

Lawrence Davis

17. 5. 2015

A week ago Radio Slovenia took it's International Club on a visit to Brda to experience this wonderful wine growing region of Slovenia. While there it seemed a great opportunity to put all the guest names in a hat and draw one to be a guest on My Life, My Music. The person picked was Lawrence Davis and this show is a fascinating look at how he and his family have chosen to live in various places around the world and he also has experience of in living in an Eco Village, a concept which he and his Slovene girlfriend are planning to introduce to Slovenia.

H. E. Sophie Honey

3. 5. 2015

For the 200th show in this series there had to be a special guest and as the first show was recorded with the then British Ambassador Hugh Mortimer it seemed only fitting to invite the present Ambassador. I have great pleasure is introducing Her Excellency Sophie Honey who explains her frist impressions of Slovenia and her new life with her partner and two children here.

Kirsten Hempkin - English Lector

19. 4. 2015

Moving to another country may not be easy but Kirsten Hempkin did it 19 years ago and some of her relatives came too. She is now well established in Maribor and is an English Lector at Maribor University. Lots of interesting things to discover in this show and a taste of Scotland in the music

Holger Postl

7. 4. 2015

Being the CEO of any company is hard but one where you are working in another country and your investors are from Asia must add many new pressures. This week's guest manages all this with a really positive approach and also has a very open relationship with his employees. He brings some great music to the discussion too.

Holger Postl - CEO Tam Durabus

5. 4. 2015

Holger Postl is a CEO with a difference, making light of communicating with the system over the whole business of starting a new company integrated with a respected existing one and using Chinese money to do it. Further he likes to build relationships with his employees that ensure they can be a real part of the manufacturing and decision - making process. Don't miss this great example of management style and enjoy his great choice of music as well.

Andrej Stopar

22. 3. 2015

You may not have a great understanding of the history and politics of Russia and from a Western European point of view perhaps it would help you if you did. This week's guest is just the man. Having spent 8 years as a correspondent in Moscow he has a real insight into the how and why. It's a great journey in music too so don't miss this one, it just might change you views.

Rok Rozman

8. 3. 2015

Rok Rozman is well known for his athletic abilities both in ice hockey and at olympic level in rowing but now he has a new challenge. With some close friends he is taking on the world through adventures and discovering some less well known areas that need our attention. They are kayaking some pretty amazing locations around the world not just on the water but on snow too. Dont miss this inspirational conversation with some great music too.

H. E. DR. Anna Elizabeth Prinz - German Ambassador

22. 2. 2015

Her Excellency Dr. Anna Prinz is very supportive of the Slovene - German relationship with a great wish to significantly strengthen the exchange of knowledge between the two countries. She is focused in the areas of research and the student experience in particular but has many other important comments to make about the need for a strong European Union. The show includes some great music including German tracks that may be new to the audience.

Katarina Mala

8. 2. 2015

After 3 years of recoding and concerts Katarina Mala has decided that 2015 is the time to produce her first album. It was realsed on the 4th of February so it is just the right time to hear about her background and what really makes her music special.

Restuarant owner - David Vračko

25. 1. 2015

If you really want to make your evening out special and you are waiting for a new food experience, open your mind and try Restuarant Mak in Maribor. David Vračko will change your view on what Maribor has to offer. No menu but the best of what is available on the day you go. Food prepared just for you. How does he do this? What does he want to achieve? Why? The answers can be found found in this programme and by going there of course!

Restuarant owner - David Vračko

25. 1. 2015

If you really want to make your evening out special and you are waiting for a new food experience, open your mind and try Restuarant Mak in Maribor. David Vračko will change your view on what Maribor has to offer. No menu but the best of what is available on the day you go. Food prepared just for you. How does he do this? What does he want to achieve? Why? The answers can be found found in this programme and by going there of course!

Playwright - Tone Partljič

11. 1. 2015

Teacher. writer, playwright, politician Tone Partljič has a fascinating understanding of the history and characteristics of Slovene people. When you talk with him you can quickly see why so many people respect him, but most remember his satirical writings as an important part of their history. Don't miss this great discussion!

Godi Keller - Pedagog

28. 12. 2014

Do you really believe that every school offers the best way forward for your children? Perhaps you are not sure exactly what the various schools have to offer. Listen to Godi Keller and maybe you will realise that many of us really don't know enough about how the education of the young really works. Sunday 28th Dec at 1100am and Thursday 1st Jan at 2100.

Saša Olenjuk

14. 12. 2014

The guest this week is someone very special, he simply calls himself a musician but as the lead violin of the Maribor Opera he is a real virtuoso.Starting his musical life as a guitarist Saša Olenjuk has performed and recorded many types of music with best of Slovene performers on both guitar and violin. Don't miss this show for some interesting points of view and some great music.

Cafe Salso

30. 11. 2014

For a change this show is more about the life of a building than simply one person. In the main square in Maribor a prime site overlooking the river and the old parts of the city is a building that has had many lives. Built in 1913 and opened as a centre for many uses it was best known as Velika Kavarna or the Grand Cafe. it later became a casino and in 2012 was used as a centre for Maribor 2012 Capital of Culture. In many ways its new life follows that ideal. It is a cafe once more but also is showcase for fashion items, a centre for music evenings and lectures as well as hosting regular dances. Borut Wenzel. Martina Magdič and Sarita Zupanc lead me through just what that means.

Tim Sikyea

16. 11. 2014

Tim Sikyea is a Native American who spends much of his life helping others rediscover themselves and Mother Earth. There is much to learn and understand here - go on, try to connect with Tim - what have you to lose?

Actor Vlado Novak

2. 11. 2014

There cannot be many who do not admire the work of actor Vlado Novak. Awarded the Borštnik ring this year he has been applauded in many performances on screens small and large. This small peek into his life reveals some great strengths and clearly show why he is so popular.

Jazz Musician - Marko ČrnČec

17. 10. 2014

If you love jazz this is a show for you. If you like any kind of music this is still for you. Marko Črnčec is a breath of fresh air, 3 CDs published, a hugh numberof performances in Europe and the USA and working with so many world class greats too! Don't miss this inspirational man, he has stories to tell and some real human values to think about.

Katja Šugman Stubbs

5. 10. 2014

Katja Šugman Stubbs is an expert in criminal procedure and a psychologist. But lecturing at the University of Ljubljana is just part of her life. She is a humanist who has a real insight into law, and human behaviour but illustrates her views with her love of reading and music which makes this discussion totally fascinating.

MY LIFE MY MUSIC - LENJA FARAGUNA

21. 9. 2014

This week the discussion is about motivation and self determination. Lenja Faraguna spends her time working with radio stations, companies and private individuals. She has a fresh approch to many aspects of life, for example corporate or personal improvenment is not about thinking outsiude the box but refusing to even aknowledge there is a box. Theres much to consider here!

Iris Anam Cara

7. 9. 2014

Photographer Iris Anam Cara is a very interesting lady. So committed to her photography and yet her magical images seem to be almost a mystery to her. Illutrations too are a big part of her life and even writers from Japan have commisioned her to illustrate their work. She also runs the family retail business of wonderful Slovene gifts.

Radovan Šuman

24. 8. 2014

There may be a lot of wine production in Slovenia but not many producers are quite so close the earth on which they live. Wine production the Bio-Dynamic way is explained by Radovan Šuman. A whole new life-style can be discovered here.

Bojan Cvetrežnik

10. 8. 2014

With the upcoming concert of Terrafolk and the Symbolic Orchestra in Maribor it seemed a perfect opportunity to talk to Bojan Cvetrežnik. You can expect some great insights into the power of music as well as hearing some inspiring choices of music you may not have heard before.

Pengovsky - Aljaž Pengov Bitenc

26. 7. 2014

Aljaž Pengov Bitenc is co-owner of Kaos Radio, a DJ, an enthusiastic commentator on Twitter and the author of the blog Pengovski.com, which is surprisingly written in English! There is a lot to discover about the why's and wherefore's and his take on many things Slovene.

Aleš Zorko

13. 7. 2014

Ever thought of fully restoring a classic car? Well Aleš Zorko is doing just that and he says it is a big job. It's not just time it's an expensive process too. Listen to the show to discover just what is involved and you'll find some great music too!

Luka Grilc

29. 6. 2014

Having been awarded Slovene Marketing Director of 2014 Luka Grilc joins me to talk about his motivation to market the best possible products for Slovenia's largest company, Elan. It is impossible not to be impressed by his appraoch to his work and his life in general, and he brings some great music. Sunday 29th June at 1100 and Thursday 3rd July at 2100.

JAPANESE AMBASSADOR - H.E. SHIGEMI JOMORI

15. 6. 2014

Diplomatic relationships between countries are an important issue so the opportunity to have an extended conversation with a country's ambassador is always interesting. His Excellency Shegemi Jomori has much to say, not only about diplomacy but also Japan, Slovenia, Europe, and the arts. He has some wonderful music to accompany the discussion, so don't miss this show. Sunday 15th at 1100am and Thursday 19th at 2100.

Sam Sebastian

1. 6. 2014

Its hard not to be fascinated by the art of Magician and Entertainer Sam Sebastian. Already with a love of magic as a chiild, after studying philosophy he decided to make a career out of it. This conversation explores his reasons and life as a travelling entertainer. Prepare to be surprised, its a tricky business!

MY LIFE - DAVID COOKSEY

18. 5. 2014

Education is the most important of subjects in any country and Slovenia offers several choices. The new principle of the British International School in Ljubljana has some important points to make when it comes to how education needs to be organised for the benefit of students and the future of the country. David Cooksey can be heard on Sunday 18th May at 11:00am and Thursday 22nd at 9:00pm

Uros Mencinger - Food writer and critic

4. 5. 2014

Do you really eat well? Do you understand good food and great flavours? Uros Mencinger thinks most people are missing quite a lot. In this show he explains a lot about the reality of eating good healthy food and why going out to eat means a bit of research. There is some great quality out there but you need to find it, maybe you need to spend a little more too.

Miro Cerar

20. 4. 2014

The ethics behind many in Slovenia may not be best practice. Dr Miro Cerar has inherited a great number of positive beliefs from a mother who gave much of her life to the importance of clear legal values and a father who whilst being a great lawyer also became a Slovene icon in his athletic abilities. This conversation illustrates the very best of Slovene values clearly explained by Dr Cerar but at the same time is uncomfortable listening. We all have much to undersatnd and learn to bring Slovenia to its full strength.

My Life, My Music - Zlatko Fišer

6. 4. 2014

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.

Ji Eun Moon

23. 3. 2014

It is always a pleasure to talk with an artist from a far away country and this programme offers that opportunity. The guest is a composer and pianist who visited Maribor to spend some time here in a workshop meeting other people and using a new location as her inspiration. Ji Eun Moon comes originally from South Korea and is currently working in America. She has some interesting views on all three countries and also has strong religeous motives in her life. Her choices of music are fascinating mixing rock. jazz and classics and also introduces some Korean rock! Ji Eun Moon can be heard on Sunday 23rd March at 1100 and Thursday 27th at 2100

Bračko family

9. 3. 2014

If you ever felt like seeing the world with young children this show may surprise you. The Bračko family have being travelling together for many years. From South America to the Far East they have visited countries and met their people far and wide and have many tales of exciting and touching moments. Their story can be heard on Sunday 9th March at 11.00 and Thursday 13th at 21.00

Branko Brumen

23. 2. 2014

Do you really know the background and traditions of Ptui carnival? What is the meaning of the masks and costumes? President of the Organising Committee, Branko Brumen, has these traditions in his soul. This fascinating man will not only explain the background but also surprise you with the huge number of participants and events that make up this year's Ptui Carnival season. Sunday 23rd February at 09:00 and Thursday 27th at 21:00.

Branko Brumen

23. 2. 2014

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.

My Life My Music - Simona Vrevc

9. 2. 2014

Simona Vrevc has recently become the Deputy Secretary of the Alpine Convention. This is a demanding and important position and it's a great credit to her that she has been chosen for this role. With her feet firmly on the ground she explains the purpose of this Convention which includes all of the countries of the Alpine region. Further she chooses some great music to accompany her explanation.

Roman Vodeb

19. 1. 2014

Do we really understand the real motives behind our actions? How can we make judgements about those who manage our lives particularly in the world of politics. This discussion with theoretical psychoanalist Roman Vodeb makes many points that are not easy listening. Our upbringing and parental example are of paramount importance. The show is prepared by Chris Wherry. Listen on Sunday 19th at 1100am and Thursday 23rd at 0900pm

Marin Medak

22. 12. 2013

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.

Filip Flisar

6. 12. 2013

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.

Jeremy Hibbins

21. 11. 2013

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.

Peder Karlsson

24. 10. 2013

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.

Rok Predin

24. 10. 2013

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.

Alja Viryent

10. 10. 2013

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.

Satoshi Kusakabe

27. 9. 2013

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.

My life, my music - Ernest Boakai

15. 9. 2013

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.

My life, my music

30. 8. 2013

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.

Tilen Pusar

9. 8. 2013

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.

My life, my music

10. 9. 2013

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.

Boriana Kondova full show

7. 8. 2013

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.

My life, my music

10. 9. 2013

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.

My life, my music

7. 7. 2013

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.

My life, my music

13. 6. 2013

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.

My life, my music

6. 6. 2013

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.

Marko Kocjan - Emkej

12. 5. 2013

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.

Janez Čebulj

2. 5. 2013

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.

Lucienne Lončina

18. 4. 2013

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.

Saša Gerželj-Donaldson

4. 4. 2013

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.

Samo Šalamon

21. 3. 2013

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.

Chris Meredith

7. 3. 2013

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.

Sara Sorger

19. 2. 2013

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.

Boris Jaušovec

3. 2. 2013

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.

Bor Greiner

24. 1. 2013

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.

Brad Eve

27. 12. 2012

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.

Goran Klemi

13. 12. 2012

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.

Dušan Hedl

29. 11. 2012

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.

Jure Aleksejev

8. 11. 2012

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.

Nester Lopez

28. 10. 2012

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.

Lila Prap

23. 9. 2012

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.

Toni Vidan

27. 8. 2012

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.

Martin Cregeen

22. 8. 2012

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.

My life, my music

8. 7. 2012

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.

My life, my music

2. 7. 2012

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.

My life, my music

2. 7. 2012

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.

My life, my music

24. 6. 2012

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.

My life, my music

10. 6. 2012

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.

Bor Greiner

24. 1. 2012

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.

Tamara Erde

10. 1. 2012

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.