London was a city without TV, but it had radio. I grew up with radio. My dad brought home a short-wave. Big dial. These voices in the night, speaking in a language I'd never heard. This one guy, night after night, speaking rapidly. Urgent. I listened. His voice caught my ear. I never set out for a radio career but I got one anyway. Thousand of radio spots and programs. Writing for ear is different. It's intimate. It's naked.