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There was a Saturday morning at the end of summer, not so long ago, in August 2020, it might be early afternoon, but on Saturday it was morning when the reporter sat down one of the smartest and most educated. People in Hungary, Miklós Tamás Gáspár and Majka. Total nonsense, absolute absurdity, the father of mercy does not go around.

The conversation started off interestingly, because Majka had heard of Mr. Teacher, so he called me, Mr. Professor, a big fan, but TGM told him about his usual toughness, he had never heard of Majka’s song, Belehal. By the time reporter Andrei Kadarkai said 65 million people had already listened to him. By the time Ghazi said his young daughter, Majka was running a very popular show at RTL Club, but she had never seen RTL Club in her life because she didn’t have a TV.

A one-time student here says that it’s easier for a camel to go through the point of the needle than to have a conversation from that starting point, but Kadarkai builds on that and captures the audience.

Anyone who’s heard this show at the time won’t forget, and as I take it, listen to the next show. Find out next. Because that’s the point of Meet Scientist, that the two people sitting in the studio with Indri won’t meet or even hear about each other’s smelly lives, so they make a very good conversation. The further apart the two are in terms of profession, sociocultural environment, fan base or social integration, the more exotic the pairing, the more exciting the starting point.

Filmus Kasani and Zul Janxista? This is correct. What is the relationship between Kata Cania and Janos Lakvi, Erzi Casas, Andrea Palaz, Sandor Radnotti, or Attila Europa and Christian Grexo?

Kadarkai does not exclude anyone, chooses two terribly distant points on the number line, and then, after selecting them, tries to get closer, looking for identities, not differences, talking, asking to be nailed to the machine. And it’s mostly our cell phone or our computer, and maybe our internet radio, since the Media Council cut Club Radio, or rather, its frequency license has not been extended. The world summit simply cannot be ruled out. You already have time to be with the radio when you have Kadarkai.

There are quite a few of these reporters in the Hungarian press today. He prepares a lot and very meticulously – according to the show, it does not seem like hours, but days, weeks – he is very meticulous, knows everything about his subjects, he has read everything that has appeared about them. We might say it’s a reporter’s box, but Kadarkai also knows what happened 13 years ago in that person’s life, what kind of struggle he had, how he reacted to any magazine he told, and what kind of breaks there were in his life. It seems certain that he not only makes the net, but also asks about his environment, so much so that the guest himself is often surprised by his willingness.

The performances are highly edited, and it turns out where the presenter wants to ask unexpected bold questions, he is very timely. For all this, even a colossal virtue, which today cannot be neglected, must be blamed for the fact that she does not cut from the words of her subjects and does not want to answer the question for them. He has an excellent sense of rhythm accompanied by a strong curiosity. He opens his guests up by taking the respectful step of a health reporter’s distance, or perhaps I’d prefer to call it a distance, but it’s a view through

Perhaps the secret lies in that the reporter was impressed that the person sitting in front of him knows a lot about his life, his work and its various stages and wonders how he will open it and free her from his cell.

Kadarkai is not kind, not an inward, nor detective, but he is conscientious, thoughtful, has a script, and doesn’t let the reins slip out of his hands. When Rudolph spoke beyond the words, I was busy and did not plan to listen to the conversation. But my work was waiting for me, because Rudolph, who had already given a few million routine interviews, was so open-minded that he revealed things about himself that he might be surprised by his honesty.

By the way, several reporters reported that he was so excited before the show that he then disbanded, said his tongue, and said things about himself that he didn’t do elsewhere, or yes, but in a different way.

It’s as if people would love to come on the show, even though they just know, it’s going to be a deep conversation, that you can’t talk about, dodge, or sideline.

Of course, it is said that XY does not want to talk about this now, in which case Kadarkai respects her and then the area remains the same, but we will definitely know why, so in fact we will only learn something about her.

The program focuses primarily on decisions, reason, psychological underworlds, and driving forces for career stories, as well as explaining the full spectrum of life, spontaneity as well as extensive planning and advance editing. The ratio of consciousness to “something turns out” is good enough to be human, but in the end he will get what Kadarkai wants out of him.

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Now, the Helikon edition recently published written talks on Club Radio, which have a fateful fate. Radio or TV conversations usually don’t work in the description, or if they do, they are verbally sloppy, vomit there, and are weak as written text. Kadarkai talks are fun and deep in writing, they remember the conversation, but if you haven’t heard of Global Meeting, they will stop well at the written interview. It is possible because

Kadarkai takes profession, questioning, conversation and partner very seriously.

I would like to talk about just one crucial element, it would be nice to know at the end of the show who the winning pair will be next week. What is the reason not to say that? I’m not sure yet? Or lest anyone resign and have a change? It would be good to wait and prepare in advance what kind of verbal meeting will take place next week, what kind of revelations, what kind of self-reflections will take place, what kind of contradictions will intertwine. To see, to hear, to experience, is to speak in a profound way, and yet one feels good in it. Because conversation is an art, and if it is done well, it is more fun.