Susan Mulvaney has now been associated with radio broadcasting for more than 40 years, starting at Xandir Malta, going over to RTK and returning to Radio Malta with an evening slot. On the occasion of World Radio Day, we...
Charlene Mercieca, owner of Soap Café tells VIDA all about her business venture, how it started, the trials and tribulations involved, mainly cancer, and where she sees it going in the future. Beginnings From a young age, I was always one...
It has been almost a year to the day since Tal-Villagg opened its doors, much to the delight of the Lija locals and foodies from further afield. We caught up with owner/manager Johan to talk about what it’s been...
I’ve known Anthea as long as I can remember. Our mothers grew up together, our parents were invited to each other’s weddings and our grandparents still live next door to each other. Along with her sister Adreana, a gymnast...
Vida talks to Anna Borg Cardona to better understand the devotion needed for a lifetime researching traditional Maltese instruments. She is considered the one leading woman within the traditional Maltese Music academic field. What made you fall in love with...
Although we might not have yet brought home a win in the Eurovision Song Contest, we managed to dominate the Junior Eurovision for the past few years. Thanks to Destiny Chukunyere who won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest last year...
Having just released Stejjer ma jitwemmnux mill-klassi ta' Miss Ambrożja Pulis Kiftaranipenġini and L-Istorja li Rrakkuntat Nina, Audrey Friggieri speaks to Clifford Jo Żahra about The Malta Book Festival and the process of writing in general. She elaborates on why...
All set to release Il-Qtates ta' max-Xatt, (The Cats by the Shore) another picture book in collaboration with Lisa Falzon, well renowned author Clare Azzopardi speaks to Clifford Jo Żahra about The Malta Book Festival, its past editions and what to expect...
Following her tremendous success with Gramma, a novel that deals with the crucial issue of anorexia, Leanne Ellul speaks to Clifford Jo Żahra about The Malta Book Festival and why writing and translation go hand in hand.  The past 2...
All set to release Il-Kulur tal-Lellux; her third novel meant for a young adult readership, Rita Saliba speaks to Clifford Jo Żahra about The Malta Book Festival and why adolescents are her number one readership. How long have you been...
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