For me, coming back to Prague is quite a cyclical turn of events. My mother left the city 32 years ago to move to what was then West Germany, where my father was living. I grew up in the Bavarian town of Erlangen, later moved to New Orleans and lived in New York City for a while before returning to Europe in 2009. I enjoy life in the Czech capital and my work here at Radio Prague, which affords me the chance to meet interesting people and hear their stories.Back
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