Your voice in the Netherlands
On special occasions, DutchbuzZ records its weekly programme at a different location in The Hague. The location is determined by the value of its role in the lives of the international community in this city of ours. It can vary from the City Hall, a theatre, museum, gallery, park, beach or business venue, sports field, popular café or clubhouse.
If you are holding a fair, celebration, launch or promotion and would like us to be there with our mobile studio, let us know!
(Broadcast on Den Haag FM 92.0 on December 18, 2012, and available as a podcast (see our archive)
The DutchbuzZ Team in action
For our special end of year programme, DutchbuzZ invited special people from the city's NGOs and charities who have devoted their time, energy and skills towards making both The Hague and the developing world a better place to live in. They included Humanity House, the International Institute of Social Studies, Hivos, Global Human Rights Defence, IFAW, AVN, and specialists on international Peace and Justice.
(Broadcast on Den Haag FM 92.0 on September 18, 2012, and available as a podcast (see our archive)
The DutchbuzZ Team in action
The International Community Fair in The Hague, held annually at the City Hall, is one of the biggest events that focuses on the international community in this city. Once a year, the Atrium is host to local businesses that deal with this sector of the community, from removal companies to beauticians; sports clubs, caterers and restaurants, service suppliers, social clubs and entertainers. It's a feast for everyone and informative too! DutchbuzZ was there to record the events on that day.
(broadcast on Den Haag FM 92.0 on April 24, 2012, and available as a podcast (see our archive)
The DutchbuzZ Team at Madurodam
After its tulips, windmills, canals and old masters, Madurodam is probably the most visited tourist attraction in the Netherlands. The park has been revamped and recently opened its doors to the public. DutchbuzZ was there to talk about the changes and to focus its radio programme on the youth in The Hague.
Our reporters have been:
(broadcast on Den Haag FM 92.0 on February 21, 2012, and available as a podcast (see our archive)
The DutchbuzZ Team on location
We kicked off our series of mobile recordings at a popular expat venue, Café Quirky in the Zeeheldenkwartier near the city centre. Its owner, Christine Defontaine, offered DutchbuzZ a cosy corner in this café to which to invite some special guests to interview for their weekly programme on Den Haag FM. On Sunday, February the 19th, the DutchbuzZ team set up its mobile studio at Quirky’s (see www.cafequirky.com). We interviewed quirky people on quirky subjects. They included local artists, writers, fashion, food and wine experts and friendly locals!
(Broadcast on Den Haag FM on October 25, 2011, and available as a podcast (see our archive)
Thousands of internationals living in the Netherlands attended the fair which was held at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam
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