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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 29 October 2013

    In this week s programme Racist or not Saint Nicholas helper Zwarte Piet is in trouble DutchbuzZ looks at the controversy that surrounds this popular end of year celebration Social media provide a wonderful link with the outside world but they can also be addictive and lead to social problems We […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 22 October 2013

    In this week s programme Is it the end for one of the city s landmarks the Scheveningen Pier The Hague gets ready to celebrate 200 years of Dutch Monarchy Visiting author Katie Roiphe tells us that it s OK to have messy lives and We take a close look at a special Caravaggio painting that is […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 15 October 2013

    In this week s programme The Hague is proud of its latest Nobel Peace Prize winner the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons We speak to someone who has worked in this field DutchbuzZ looks at a database centre in the city that hopes to bring justice and accountability for the human […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 9 October 2013

    In this week s DutchbuzZ programme Oct 9 2013 The OPCW headquartered in The Hague oversees the destruction of chemical weapons in Syria The last of the Peace Palace centenary celebrations a bell that completes the palace s carillon rings out for peace Cyclists the anarchist of the streets in the […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 1 October 2013

    In this week s programme We ask the question Is The Hague a global player and how do its residents feel about the city s role The city s mayor Jozias van Aartsen says the local and international communities in The Hague are drawing closer to one another The I m Binck Festival shines a light on the […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 25 September 2013

    In this week s programme Sex workers in The Hague are working for rock bottom prices DutchbuzZ speaks to a former prostitute who says it s bad for their health and welfare The Human Rights Watch Foundation responds to our question about how important the International Criminal Court s current trial […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 18 September 2013

    In this week s programme The King s Speech and the State Budget dominate the local headlines this week We look at some of the highlights Our Royal Watcher on the spot gives us her impressions of Prinjesdag and its traditions and we note that hats are still very much in vogue on this occasion We […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 11 September 2013

    In this week s programme Kenyan leaders on trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague on charges of alleged crimes against humanity DutchbuzZ speaks to a former OPCW chemical weapons inspector about his war zone experiences On a less serious note we welcome foreign students who start […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 4 September 2013

    In this week s programme The centennial anniversary celebrations of the Peace Palace in The Hague start in earnest Prime Minister Mark Rutte speaks about the significance of this global icon of peace and justice DutchbuzZ pays a visit to the Peace Palace and is suitably in awe of both its splendour […]

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    DutchbuzZ Podcast: 28 August 2013

    Give Peace a Chance Stop Fighting and Start Talking That s the advice of the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki moon at the official start of the Peace Palace centennial celebrations this week This report by Lily Anne Stroobach

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