Marco Di Tillo

Marco Di Tillo made his debut as a radio writer in September 1978 with 13 episodes of "An Invention Called the Vinyl Record,“ written together with Marco Ferrante, which delved into the history of vinyl production and recordings from the phonograph to the present day.


From December 1978 to July 1980 he wrote with musicians Francesco Forti and Serena Dandini ( right) "Jazz: A Profession", for a total of 70 episodes. During its long run of broadcasts from the studios in Turin, many of the episodes aired focused on the lives of s of great jazz musicians, with the participation of professional actors. Among the famous jazzmen were, Bix Beiderbecke, Mezz Mezzrow, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, and Benny Goodman. The program was curated by Adriano Mazzoletti.

In January 1981 he wrote along with Annabella Cerliani an original radio show called "Pizza and figs, " which was directed by Tonino Pulci. Then in March of ‘81 "Pot Hole", in which not only did Marco participate as a writer, but as a musician and songwriter too!. In June 1981 he wrote for another original radio show entitled "A History of Jazz", for 13 episodes. In July 1981 he collaborated with director Nanni Loy (right) and Annabella Cerliani on "Love Means…", (50 episodes).

In February 1982 he then teamed up with Massimo Guglielmi and Claudio Delle Fratte for a game/quiz show called "What Day Was that Day?", 12 episodes broadcasted on Radio 1. In June 1982 he wrote alongside Renato Marengo for 13 episodes for a variety show called: "Music with Words for a Holiday". In March 1983 he wrote 13 more episodes for that very same program. For that second season (1983) he also participated as the host of the program along with actor Massimo Giuliani ( right).

In November 1988, he wrote a comedy radio program called ,"MY SON NICOLA”, (40 episodes), and from June 1990 to April 1991 he wrote the comic variety show called, "The Spoiler", (13 episodes) with co-writer Pietro De Silva (left).