Michael Montgomery

Michael Montgomery has worked in national radio, television, and newspapers.

He joined American RadioWorks as a correspondent in July, 1999. Prior to that, Montgomery was an associate producer at CBS Reports and 60 Minutes, where he covered national and international stories, including an extensive investigation into Mexican drug trafficking.

Montgomery was a Fulbright scholar in Belgrade from 1987 to 1989, researching Serbian nationalism. From 1989 to 1995, he was a Balkans correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph, covering the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and the break up of Yugoslavia. Montgomery has received an Alfred E. Dupont-Columbia Gold Baton and Overseas Press Club Award.


Predrag Bundalo was a Serbian fighter in Sarajevo, who everyone called by his nickname, "Gaga." On the eve of his 36th birthday, Gaga stopped to visit an elderly Muslim woman in her apartment.