The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta produces an English radio program, “Smart Up Your Life,” which has recently expanded to more cities in Indonesia. My city (Semarang) is one of the new markets, so I’ve been asked to occasionally co-host at my local station. They play a pre-recorded dialogue featuring an English topic, then we spend the next 40 minutes discussing that topic and answering questions from listeners. My friend and fellow English Language Fellow, Mark, has been inviting students to help him co-host in his city. I thought that was a great idea, so I started holding a raffle in my speaking classes to choose students to go on air with me. Dhani was the first winner. We had a good time talking about common English mistakes, and the show was especially interesting because we could offer two contrasting viewpoints: me as the native speaker English teacher, and Dhani as the Indonesian English learner. Fun!