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Martin, Duncan and Bernadine's Biography

Pretoria born Martin van der Merwe is a sports fanatic who is proof that once you find a job you love you’ll never have to work a day in your life.

After stumbling into campus radio (Tuks FM) while still a University of Pretoria student, it didn’t take him too long to discover that this was his chosen path. After honing his skills, he was picked up by OFM where he informs, entertains and finds the funny side to most things in life.

Martin considers radio “the ultimate theatre of the mind” and is excited about being able to explore his creativity, meet diverse people and influence the lives of his listeners.

Duncan can best be described as a down to earth passionate individual who is always up for a good time. The Cape Town born radio producer enjoys challenges and chooses to view the glass as half full.

His desire to be in the radio industry was born as a young “ankle snapper” and in 2010 Duncan finally got his foot in the door when he joined Pretoria based Tuks FM. Five years later he finds himself joining Central South Africa’s most loved radio station and with his infectious personality, listeners will undoubtedly take to him.

This easy going joker is thrilled to be part of a radio show that is not only well polished but always willing to engage.

Bernadine is currently completing her masters’ degree in psychology with a psychobiography on poet Ingrid Jonker. This councillor and lecturer at the University of the Free State describes herself as crazy about animals, chocolate, wine and all of life’s indulgences. She hopes to have the time of her life as part of the sound of your life!

Join them on “The Big Breakfast”, every weekday 06:00 - 09:00.

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