Andrew Zammit is a singer and composer, who also records CD’s for various local singers. He has been presenting his programme on RTK since 2007, which includes songs from Malta and Gozo. Read more »
Anna Maria Mizzi is a married mother of three children. She is employed part-time with an insurance company. She has been involved in volontary work for several years. Read more »
Arthur Garrett is a full time deejay & Sound Engineer & Loves Life. He is married to Josephine and they have two girls. He enjoys mostly playing Pop Music from thee 60’s to current hits. His favourite artist is Pitbull
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Astrid Sammut graduated in Maltese and Communications and a Post Graduate Diploma in Translation. Read more »
Graduated in Theology from the University of Malta. A member of the Cenacolo Community. This community organizes various activities amongst which the Youth Fellowship meeting. Carmen worked as a volunteer full timer with Youth Fellowship for ten years. Presently she works at the University of Malta. Read more »
Charles Xuereb has been in broadcasting for the last 40 years during which he produced and presented a number of TV and radio series mostly of an educational and cultural nature. Read more »
A graduate in Social Work and Social Administration. Christine has been in the local radio and television scene for the past 17 years. Her first experience at RTK was as co-presenter of Jigmix one of the early youth programme on RTK. Throughout the years, she presented various radio programmes ranging from Read more »
Graduated in communications from the University of Malta, she joined RTK Radio in 2003 as a continuity announcer and later as a journalist in RTK's newsroom. In the past few years she produced and presented various researched programmes on culture and history. Read more »
Darren, a young man in love with music. He has been on RTK for the past seven years and spends most of his time working in media or interacting with computers. Read more »
Dione Caruana is a graduate from the University of Bath UK in horticultural sciences. For a number of years he has managed production at the 'Mediterranean Flowers Products Ltd', exporting flowers and plant material to the UK and Holland. Read more »
Graduate in Economics (1977) and Law (1984) with a diploma in canonical marriage cases jurisprudence (1995). He has been responsible for the weekly programme 'Għand in-Nutar' for many years. Read more »
Dr. John Bonnici Mallia is a medical doctor, also involved in evangelisation through the full gospel .
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Fr Karm was born in Marsa on the 25th January 1961. On the 9th of May 1977, just before his O’level’s examination he had a car accident which led him to meet closely the Missionary Society of St Paul. Read more »
Fr Paul was born on the 13 September 1955 and brought up in Paola, where he was involved with the altar boys and the Paola Pageant Group. He studied at the Archbishop’s Minor and then at the Major Seminary. On 26 June 1977, he went through a personal experience through which he was born again. Since then his sole purpose in life became to share this experience of Jesus wherever he finds himself, with whoever he works or come across. Read more »
Fr. Philip Cutajar, born in Ħaż-Żebbuġ, in two years time will celebrate his 40th anniversary as a Capuchin Monk. Throughout his pastoral life Fr Philip occupied several posts within this same community such as that of promoter for new vocations, Superior General and Provincial. For the past twelve years he was carrying out missionary work in Cuba. Read more »
Frans Zahra’s connection with RTK set off as a Continuity Announcer in 1992 and later went on to produce and present various programmes. He is a regular commentator for Sunday Mass. For some time during the summer months he co-produced the ‘Festi Programme’.
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Gabriel Schembri graduated in Communication Studies from the University of Malta with a particular liking towards the use of the social media and online journalism. He began working in media at age 18, as a Proof-reader and Web Editor. Read more »
George Cremona is a lecturer at University of Malta who joined RTK in 2003 and produced and presented a number of programmes amongst them 'Waħda f’Waħda', 'Isma’ din...', 'Ilwien', 'Aperitiv Sajfi' u 'Qabel il-Weekend'. . Read more »
Ivan joined RTK in 1995. He currently presents the breakfast show on RTK every Sunday morning. Read more »
James Piscopo started his career as a journalist with the RTK Newsroom in April 2012, before he joined the above-mentioned newsroom on a full-time basis in October. In the same year, he graduated from European Studies (honours) and International Relations on a bachelor’s degree. He’s interested in History, culture, local feasts and football. He also follows closely current affairs and politics, both on a local and international level. Read more »
JeanPierre loves all kind of music, whether it’s 40’s oldies or 90’s pop and his collection ranges from vinyl to modern day CD’s. His programmes have always catered for all ages and tastes. Read more »
Jeremy started his career in radio broadcasting in 1996 with Radio Malta 2 and has been hosting weekend shows on Capital Radio over the last 8 years. Read more »
Joe Farrugia presented his first programmes on RTK in January 1995, although he has been in media broadcasting since 1973. During this time he has also taught at De La Salle College for seventeen years and later worked for another twenty years as Administative Secretary at the Seminary. Four years ago he was nominated by Arcbishop Paul Cremona OP as his Delegate for the Laity. Read more »
Joseph M. Formosa is a banker by profession having also studied finance, marketing, management, insurance and law. He is a fellow of various distinguished institutes and acquired a very long experience in the handling of home loans. For the past years he has been producing and presenting 'Radju Finanzi' on RTK where he invites listeners to become their own knowledgeable selves in finance. He now presents Investi Bil-Għaqal.transmitted on Friday at 6.05pm Read more »
Joseph Serracino is a prolific writer, very keen on history, music and sports. Having been active in the media since 1990, he has devoted the last 16 years to the production of history, religious, social and musical programmes, also presented by himself. Read more »
Josephine Ebejer Grech was born on the 23rd March 1977. She attended Marsaxlokk primary and later Carlo Diacono in Zejtun. She later attended the University of Malta and read a degree in Bachelor of Education. Read more »
Josianne Camilleri is responsible for RTK’s newsroom in the role of News Editor. She has vast experience in broadcasting, including radio and television.
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Joyce Grech has been active in the media and entertainment sector since 1993. She is a Masters graduate in Communications, specializing in Journalism from the University of Malta. At present, she is the Senior Producer at Education 22, Malta’s national educational broadcaster. Read more »
Karl graduated in theology and human studies. A teacher for the last seven years, he produces and broadcasts news for RTK Newsroom besides a daily religious news series. Read more »
Manni Spiteri has been associated with the broadcasting media for well over 50years. He held the position of Executive Head of the National Radio and Television for over nine years and was susequently appointed the first Chairman and director of 'Public Broadcasting Services Limited'.. Read more »
Marija-Helga Zammit graduated in communications from the University of Malta. A newcomer to RTK but always bent on journalism Maria-Helga acquired first-hand experience with the BBC in Greater Manchester besides other stints at 'Campus FM' and '89.7 Bay Radio', ..... Read more »
MEUSAC is the government entity responsible for consultation with civil society on EU policy and legislative proposals, assistance to local councils and NGOs to tap in EU funding opportunities and the dissemination of information to the general public through the various media channels and information campaigns. Read more »
Mons Anton Gouder was born in Senglea on the 16th November, 1951. He was educated at Lyceum Hamrun, Junior College and University of Malta. Read more »
Fr Gouder was ordained Priest on 19th June,1977 and is currectly Pro-Vicar General. His hobbies are compiling research studies on religious and social issues.
A music teacher at 'St. Joseph School', Nathalie has three Diplomas in pianoforte playing and loves to play the guitar, travelling, singing and drama. Read more »
Noel Busuttil, is married with two children. His hobbies include Formula1 car racing and other related sports. He is also interested in both foreign and local football and Billiards. He has been working part-time as a dj presenter on various radios for the past years. Noel B presents the Tuesday edition of RTK's 'Suċċessi u Aktar' Read more »
Pierre’s love for music started early at the age of three, when a small electric piano was given to him as a Christmas present. At the age of sixteen, Pierre started working at a radio station and has worked with various radio stations in the island. He deejayed in most of the clubs and party spots in Malta, Gozo and even Comino. Read more »
Pio Dalli is no newcomer to Classical, operatic and choral Music. Besides being a long standing founder member of the renowned St Julian's Choir he sang with various other choirs. He is also a soloist and as such, sang and still sings in almost all the churches and theatres in Malta and Gozo. He also had the occasion to sing as soloist in Italy.
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Professor Manwel Mifsud lectures Maltese linguistics at the University of Malta. He was Head of the Department of Maltese and he is the Director of several courses offered by the same Department. Prof Mifsud is the author of several lyrics for Maltese folk melodies. He is also the main promoter of the annual festival of L-Għanja tal-Poplu. He has contributed to several academic journals and is the President of the National Council for the Maltese Language (Il-Kunsill Nazzjonali tal-Malti) which regulates updates in the Maltese orthography.
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Living on the isle of Gozo Ray Said loves all types of music with the exception of heavy/hard rock. He started broadcasting on a community channel many years ago and joined RTK in 1999. Collector of vinyls and cds he loves to listen to originals rather than cover versions. Read more »
RTK's Chairman Fr John Avellino is a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, University of Malta and a journalist. He has been involved in the Church Media Centre for more than 20 years, first in the weekly IL-ĠENS and later in RTK Radio. He also occupied the post of Editor for IL-ĠENSillum online. Read more »
Sonia started her broadcasting career with RTK as she was one of its first continuity announcers since its inception in 1992. She works full-time as a Producer/Admin Assistant with RTK. Read more »
Thomas Pace is the Executive Director of the National Council for the Maltese Language. He has been active in the language sector since he was a university student. He was involved in various organisations, educational boards, seminars, publications, projects, websites and blogs, to which he still give his contribution.
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A journalist and broadcaster by profession, Tonio started his career with the public broadcaster in 1975 and joined Media Centre in 1988. Studied management at the University of Malta and undertook training at the BBC. In the early 90s was one of the first journalists who joined RTK and was appointed Manager - Programmes in 1994. In 2006 he was awarded Premju Mons Mikiel Azzopardi. Read more »
Tony Cassar Darien was appointed Principal of the Manoel Theatre Academy of Dramatic Arts (MTADA) in 1981. He resigned in 1993 to become the first ever Artistic Director of the National Theatre of Malta. Read more »
He was Introduced to the world of theatre at a very young age by Fr Harry Born OP and Guzeppina Attard Montaldo, the mentors behind the Sliema based Deporres Theatre and the Lillipuziani drama company respectively.
Vanessa Macdonald ilha taħdem bħala ġurnalista ghal dawn l-aħħar 18 il-sena fuq livell editorjali. Hija tagħmel ukoll xogħol ta' kitba freelance Fil-preżent tokkupa l-kariga ta' Kap tal-Midja u Rleazzjonijiet fil-Kommunita' mal-Bank of Valletta. Read more »
Walter Sultana has been contributing to the field of journalism and mass media since summer 2005. He started his experience in on-line journalism and then passed to the printed medium, specificaly with the weekly newspaper 'IL-ĠENSILLUM' published by Media Centre Ltd. Read more »