Tineke de Nooij stopped by with her own radio show. The 80-year-old anchor announced her farewell on her show TinekeShow On NPO Radio 5. Omroep Max programs will fill intermittently on the station.
“I want to travel while I still can. But I will incredibly miss the work,” De Nooij said, while her studio was full of colleagues. “I’ve worked for over 60 years and don’t really want anything else.” Then she dialed the number I don’t want to say goodbye From The Raspberries, “Because I don’t want to say hi either.”
She also thanked a number of regular listeners: “Gert, Lamy, Regina, Louise, Jacqueline, Ton, Sajak, Wim and all those other listeners. I’ll miss you incredibly.”
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Tineke!
De Nooij was first heard on the radio when she was 12, as a presenter on Boy Scouts. Hear say it. Six years later, she knocked on the door of the radio station Radio Veronica, where she began serving since 1962, as the first female radio DJ in the Netherlands.
Presented, among other things, the morning program coffee time and Trial program pearls before pigs. The well-known song “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Tineke!” It is still used in its programs.
In the 80s and 90s, De Nooij was mainly known for her television work. Since 2010, it has been possible to hear it on the radio again, with its Omroep Max afternoon program on NPO Radio 5. Last year, hearing De Nooij was celebrated on radio for sixty years. This is amazing The autumn She said she couldn’t stop thinking about it: “I don’t feel like sitting at home with two cats and a water turtle.”
This week released a documentary made by De Nooij about her ex-best friend Jomanda, who was known as “The Medium” in the 1990s but now lives in Canada. De Noij visited her there.
The radio icon has been awarded many times with all kinds of awards. In 2016 she was awarded the Marconi Oeuvre Prize, followed two years later by another prestigious Oeuvre Prize, the Ere-Zilveren Reissmicrofoon. This spring she received the Media Oeuvre Award 2021.
A festive farewell party will be broadcast early next year. More will be known about that later.
“Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Freelance organizer. Avid analyst. Friendly troublemaker. Bacon junkie.”