Joris Luentij caused a great deal of controversy in his book Zeven Vinkjes. This afternoon he is the co-host of Wilfried Gene. We broadcast from the Skylounge of the Double Tree at the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam.
The mothers of both Adelheid Roosen and Hugo Borst were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, which is why they decided to work together to create a documentary on the disease. The third series, Roosen & Borst, is still a huge success …
We talk to Michael Vos and Bernard Hummelberg about their beloved America.
Bert wrote the book Digestra: Annely. In the favorite book, she depicts the life of a strong social woman who always sought to be the link between whites and blacks in South Africa, often overwhelmed by the injustices of racism and corruption.
Ebru Omar launches site on Friday; overwaar.de. Especially the site for private real estate investors who rent homes.
William Rutten is now one of the most famous photographers in the Netherlands. The Icons Exhibition opens this weekend at the Hilversom Museum. The exhibition honors William Rutton for his 35 years as a photographer. The exhibition is filled with photographs of Rutton creating musical icons such as Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney and Dua Lipa.
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