Friday, June 22, 2012
Radio Netherlands Weekly Program Preview 23-28
Yes, it's that time of the week again - time to find out what's coming up on Radio Netherlands Worldwide!
We hope you find something worth tuning in for.
Also, a reminder that this is the second last programme preview. Next week's edition will have the line-up for Friday 29 June - our last day of broadcasting.
The State we're In
Jonathan Groubert and his team look at current events from an unexpected perspective.
This week: Teacher, Teacher
A teacher in the UK turns around a problem class, only to get fired. And a teacher in Mexico sings songs to keep her class calm during a shooting.
First airing: Saturday 02:00 UTC
Marnie Chesterton and her team look at the footprint we’re leaving on our planet.
This week: Summertime
It's summertime. And the living is easy. Or is it? From mobile pool parties and turning your backyard garden into a farm to scanning the horizon for forest fires, we take a look at a great deal of hard work that revolves around warmer weather.
First airing: Friday 03:00 UTC
South Asia Wired
Stories from South Asia.
In Kathmandu, Sunita Ghimeri and her team of visually impaired girls fight against the public’s prejudice against handicapped people... by playing cricket.
(There'll be a new edition of the program on Thursday)
First airing: Thursday 10:00 UTC
Bridges With Africa
We're giving the microphone to Diaspora groups in Europe and are linking up with stations in Africa.
The European Union launches a new strategy to combat human trafficking
Guinea Bisau: life after the coup
Reggae Senegalese style with Max Usufa
First airing: Friday 00:00 UTC
Africa in Progress
Inspiring round-table discussions with guest speakers and in-depth interviews give listeners food for thought.
This week: Dance is an attempt to remember my name
Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula was shocked at how Africa was portrayed in a ballet that was intended to become the only negro ballet in history.
The ballet “The Creation of the World” (La création du monde) was composed in France in 1923, just after World War I to announce a new dawn, after so much death and destruction.
Faustin decided to reconstruct this ballet, in an attempt he says, to remember his name.
First airing: Monday 18:00 UTC
A selection of winning stories chosen from the large number of entries for the 2010 Commonwealth Short Story Competition.
This week: Vantage Point, by Sandrina Abeywardene (Sri Lanka). Kindness and violence on the streets of Colombo. Read by Madhav Sharma.
First airing: Tuesday 01:50 UTC
Who says I can’t… is the motto of this year’s collaboration of international broadcasters, offering stories of defiance and perseverance.
This week: Who says I can’t squat?
Radio Netherlands Worldwide’s Dheera Sujan visits Sanne, Tom and Bo – three Dutch squatters. She hears their struggle to build – and keep – their home amid the new anti-squat laws in the Netherlands.
First airing: Monday 17:30 UTC
European Jazz Stage
Performances from the continent’s hottest clubs, concert halls and festivals, including the spectacular North Sea Jazz Festival.
It's bass on top this week at European Jazz Stage. With Marcus Miller remembering his Tutu time with Miles Davis, Charles Mingus evoked by the Metropole Orchestra and an Icelandic bass player brings us Gatecrash.
Taking you through this very last episode of European Jazz Stage on Radio Netherlands Worldwide is your host Benjamin Herman.
First airing: Monday 01:00 UTC
Classical concerts from the Royal Concertgebouw as well as studio recordings of Dutch performers, presented by Hans Haffmans.
Available 24 hours a day
All transmissions of Radio Netherlands World Sce in English and Indonesian on short waves will be terminated.
Here the updated schedule
All times UTC
English till June 29:
1000-1057 on 15110 PHT 250 kW / 283 deg to SEAs
1400-1457 on 9800 TRM 250 kW / 345 deg to SoAs
1800-1957 on 17605 SMG 250 kW / 144 deg to ECAf
1900-2057 on 7425 MDC 250 kW / 270 deg to SoAf
1900-2057 on 11615 ISS 500 kW / 192 deg to WeAf
1900-2057 on 15495 SMG 250 kW / 193 deg to WCAf
English, additional trasmissions on June 29:
0200-0257 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 345 deg to NoAm
0300-0357 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 335 deg to CeAm
0500-0557 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 315 deg to CeAm
0500-0557 on 12015 BON 250 kW / 230 deg to AUS
1900-2057 on 6065 WER 250 kW / 210 deg to Eu/Af
Indonesian till June 29:
1100-1157 on 9720 SAI 100 kW / 225 deg to SEAs
1100-1157 on 9795 PHT 250 kW / 200 deg to SEAs
1100-1157 on 15650 TIN 250 kW / 256 deg to SEAs
2100-2157 on 9365 PHT 250 kW / 200 deg to SEAs
Indonesian, additional trasmission on June 29:
1000-1057 on 15300 TRM 250 kW / 105 deg to SEAs
1000-1057 on 15565 TRM 250 kW / 105 deg to SEAs
1000-1057 on 17840 MDC 250 kW / 085 deg to SEAs
1000-1057 on 21485 MDC 250 kW / 085 deg to SEAs
Spanish Daily till June 29:
0000-0057 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 210 deg to Central and South America
0100-0157 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 290 deg to Carribean and North America
1100-1127 on 9895 BON 250 kW / 320 deg to Carribean and North America
1130-1157 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 210 deg to Central and South America
1200-1227 on 6165 BON 250 kW / 180 deg to Central and South America
1200-1227 on 9715 BON 250 kW / 290 deg to Carribean and North America
Spanish Mon-Fri from July 2, only one transmission:
1100-1157 on 9895 BON 250 kW / 320 deg to Carribean and North America
(DX Re Mix 734 via Ivo Ivanov, Bulgaria)