The Netherlands celebrates 100 years of radio

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Gérard Koopal, who writes:

Dear Thomas, on November 6 it is exactly 100 years ago that Hans Idzerda transmitted the first radio broadcast in the Hague, the Netherlands.

To commemorate this event, the VRZA has a special broadcast using the original Zeedijk studio from radio Veronica and historical NOS/NRU studios. The broadcast is from 10.00 till 21.00 hours CET and there is an internet stream available.

Also rebroadcasting through some lpam stations. For more information see this website (in Dutch):

www.hollandspalet.nl

Greetings, Gérard Koopal

Thank you for sharing this, Gérard!

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5 thoughts on “The Netherlands celebrates 100 years of radio

  1. Jerry V Di Trolio

    I enjoyed this particular article about Shortwave radio coming out of Holland,to make the 100 years anniversary.I’m a Radio enthusiast,Ham Radio,CB’er,SWL.

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  2. K S Shama Sunder

    Congratulations on the Netherlands 100 years
    Of radio broadcast.
    I was a regular listener of Radio Nederland Short wave broadcasts way back in 70 and 80s. I used to enjoy each and every show.

    I still have Radio Nederland HAPPY STATION
    33 1/3 rpm.
    Congratulations once again.

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