Tim Ritchie on radio and music

Tim Ritchie got his first radio gig as a school student and went on to carve out a place for innovative music on the radio as a broadcaster and music curator in a career spanning 46 years to date.

Tim shares insights from his vocational experiences, including how being an introvert made him suited to radio and being a club DJ, along with philosophical thoughts on the meaning of life.

This episode contains short excerpts of music by Prince Far I, Robert Johnson, Status Quo, Captain Beefheart, Centriphugal, Derek and the Dominos (and The Pogues in our theme).

Listen to this episode using the audio player above or by podcast via iTunes or Spotify or Stitcher (or search for “Wide Open Air Exchange” on your preferred podcast platform).

To comment on this episode, you’re welcome to join our Discord group for the Wide Open Air Exchange.

This conversation was first broadcast in two parts on the radio by 2SER 107.3FM

Thanks to Tim Ritchie for supplying the images on this page for use by the Wide Open Air Exchange.

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