The Telegraph
Saturday , August 12 , 2017

Jimmy Tangree on being friends with 91.9

Last week was amazing. On Raksha Bandhan, 91.9 Friends FM connected brothers and sisters while RJ Sabby, RJ Nilanjana and RJ Smriti took turns to hit the road and at various intersections rakhis were tied on policemen. This was our way of saying ‘thank you’ for helping us by working through the summer heat and now the rains.

Talking about helping, I am reminded of a Direct Dilse episode during Durga Puja. A child got lost at one of the pujas and repeated announcements did not yield any result. The parents called the show and we put them live on air, giving all details. Policemen — who were listening to the show — found the kid at a street crossing. All worked out just fine.

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