Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Fun on Hungarian Radio

I've been living the life of a struggling writer in Budapest, Hungary, for the last few years, and one of the nice things about living here is that I've managed to make so many good friends.  There's always something going on and someone to see, for lunch, coffee, parties, nights on the town or weekends away. It's hard to be lonely around here.  That's a good thing for a writer, since writing is such a solitary pursuit.

Last weekend a group of us went to visit a small town on the Danube called Esztergom.  It is a pretty little village with a giant basilica up on a hill above.

That's me on the left.  On the right is Ashley, an Englishman who co-hosts a radio show once a week here in Hungary.  This week's theme just happened to be "Songs about Friends and Friendship," so Ashley invited a group of us along to be guests on the show.  It was my first time on the radio, and a lot of fun.  For anyone who wants to give it a listen, here is a recording of the live broadcast:

Talking Music with the English Guys: Friends and Friendship 2

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