NRK, small image | Alf (67) disappeared from the TV screen. This he does now

NRK, small image |  Alf (67) disappeared from the TV screen.  This he does now

A. Eric Scheele.

67 years old.


From Brønnøysund.

Trondheim (Nidaros): NRK legend Alf Skille made his last broadcast on Midtnytt on Friday 9th September. After the TV exit, he was praised on social media for, among other things, his memorable comments about “Pennegut and the Women” and “Silbofoot and Silbovante”. The question many are asking now is: “What is Alf doing now?”. Here is the answer – in a thousand good style.

– What made the biggest impression on you in the past year, through thick and thin?

On the negative side: Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Plus: grandchildren

– What makes you really happy?

Sun and good weather, I love warmth.

– What are you doing now that you can no longer be seen on TV?

– Radio.

– What experiences will you take with you in the new year?

– Epidemics would also pass.

Do you have any special Christmas memories?

– passport.

What are your Christmas traditions?

– no one.

How will you spend this Christmas?

Alone or with a small family.

Do you have any good advice for anyone reading this?

Skip the rest.

– What was the hardest thing you’ve been through?

– This father died at only 50 years old.

Where will you be in 10 years?

– passport. I don’t even know where I will be in ten days.

– What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve been through?

– You wouldn’t know it.

What is the moment you are most proud of?

– I found a woman who will be the mother of my son.

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How do you balance work, family and free time?

– I have a part-time job that gives me a lot of free time, try to see my grandson as often as possible, read books, newspapers and magazines as much as I can.

– What inspires you?

People who selflessly give up their free time to make life brighter for others.

How many times a week do you cook dinner?

– Sometimes no one (eats at work or in a restaurant), maybe two or three.

– Do you have any people motivated you? Why?

– The farm owners in Møllenberg who try their best to keep the sidewalks snow-free.

What does the perfect day look like for you?

Like today, a good book, a fire in the fireplace, and a trip to Solsiden for an afternoon beer.

Do you have a turning point in your life? Something that made you who you are today?

– He was an exchange student in Los Angeles in the early 1970s, in the wake of Flower Power, the Vietnam War, Nixon and Salvador Allende.

– What are you worried about? Why?

– That Ukraine will not survive the winter (it will!). And, of course, your health and the well-being of those close to you.

What are you most looking forward to in 2023?

Getting old…

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