I left London in 1993 and found the streets of Prague were paved with beer, so I stayed. I embarked on a career in radio in 1999, and have loved every minute of it. Almost every minute. The high point was making the Dalai Lama laugh. The low point was being shouted at by Gerhard Schroeder. I've reported on all sorts of different things in various parts of the world, from Albania to America. But Prague remains an endlessly fascinating home from home.Back
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