East Coast Breakfast hosts Q&A on World Radio Day

East Coast Breakfast hosts Q&A on World Radio Day

They say that if you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life. For Darren, Keri, and Sky, those words could not be more true.

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Shanice Pillay

Thursday was a significant day for radio. Darren, Keri, and Sky thought the best way to celebrate World Radio Day would be by sharing the key aspects of their craft.

They decided to open up the lines to KZN for a candid live question and answer session. Whilst Darren dashed off for a meeting with the big boss and Keri did an interview, Sky was left alone to hold the fort and conduct the first half of the Q&A on his own.

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We think he did really well. He showed the listeners what happens after the show, how our studios look, and how he does his sports bulletin. He touched on how he got into radio, and what his dreams as a young teen were. Even though radio was not his initial career, he is pleased he accepted the offer he received because it was the best decision of his life.

Shortly after Sky's session, Keri joined in and explained her radio journey. She began as a teacher at an all-boys school teaching English. If her radio career didn't work out, she would have stuck to teaching. Now, she teaches yoga and tries to get Sky and Darren to join her. 

The frequent question listeners asked Keri was: "What's it like working with Darren and Sky?"

Her response was priceless, take a look at it here: 

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