Friday May 29th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Closing show
Today the TU/e Community Radio is having its last broadcast. The plan is to close with a bang, giving all the technicians one more chance to make a show, before they pull the plugs. Interviews with friends of the show, the music the radio team likes best, replaying the most memorable radio moments, and every hour they will be giving away great prizes. Although they are a little sad this is the last show for now, they are also looking forward to being back on air during the Intro after the summer.
Thursday May 28th, 7:00-10:00 PM | CHEOPS
This Thursday CHEOPS will take over the TU/e Community Radio. It will be an evening filled with nice summer vibes, some relaxing music and cheerful chats. They will talk about what keeps students busy and inspired during the quarantine. Furthermore, they will check if there are people with plans for the summer already. So are you up for a relaxed evening, then join this Thursday!
Wednesday May 27th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Behind the couch
What is going on behind your couch? This global dilemma, with which many people are confronted during these corona times, will be tackled this Wednesday. Critically looking at some experts’ views versus the fresh opinion from your average computer guy at home. As it takes more than numbers to come to the right conclusion.
Wednesday May 27th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Heroes of Soul
These are times when a little extra attention is needed for the soul, hence an afternoon about soul music and some of its great heroes. We’ll limit ourselves to four very big names who each have shaped the soul music in their own way and remain a permanent inspiration for, among others, rappers and singer-songwriters. An afternoon full of Aretha, Ray, Stevie and James…. Presented by musician and head of Studium Generale; Lucas Asselbergs.
Tuesday May 26th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Industria
Hey student! Are you already bored of not knowing which playlist to listen to on Spotify? Tuesday May 26th the next episode of Industria on the TU/e Community Radio will be live, with Kapitein Koenk en Baas Boekoe representing the candidate board of Industria. One central question will be discussed: "Do you remember the time before the quarantine?" Music, conversations and fun games to play will all be on. Join us on radio.tue.nl from 7:00 to 10:00 PM to request songs, play games and win awesome prizes.
Tuesday May 26th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Space to breathe
This Tuesday, TINT will be taking over the TU/e Community Radio for the last time, with the theme ‘space to breathe’. They will be looking on the bright side of things and discussing how this corona period gives us some extra time. Tune in from 2:30 till 5:30 PM with TINT life coach Margit and TINT event organiser Nuriye for talks about how a life coach sees this situation, how it creates new bonds and how we can hold on to this feeling of peace. Of course this will go accompanied by some chill music.
Monday May 25th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Van der Waals candidate board
Have you ever wondered about what it is like to be a candidate for the board of a study association? We invite you to find it out in this radio show, where multiple candidate boards will be interviewed and asked for their experiences! All of this will be accompanied by music from our youth. Reminiscing about high school parties, your first kiss or that one holiday with your friends. You can call to request your favourite song and share the precious memory that goes by it. Make them hear you!
Monday May 25th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Enactus
This afternoon, Theys and Rick will provide you with the biggest hits of our childhood on the TU/e Community Radio. From your favourite childhood television series to that one song you liked when you were five, everything will be broadcast. From 2:30 until 5:30 PM they will be on-air and you can call them to request your favourite song of the past or join one of the throwback mini games. It will be THE perfect show to play during studying or relaxing. Hope to hear you there!
Wednesday May 20th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Rubs & Murt show
This Wednesday you can enjoy a scoop: the first Rubs & Murt show. It promises to be an evening with many different genres of music. A new style is chosen every half hour using the Wheel of Fortune. And you can win original Lucid goodies by guessing sounds. If you think you recognize a sound, you can call 040 247 8113 during the radio show and you might win.
Friday May 15th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Songfestival
Good evening Europe! After 44 years, the Eurovision Song Contest would have finally returned to the Netherlands this year after the glorious victory of Duncan Laurence in 2019. Until corona happened and therefore unfortunately there will be no douze points for anyone this year. There is still plenty to enjoy though about one of the biggest and craziest entertainment spectacles in the world. Studium Generale takes you on a trip through the history, the politics, the very best and the best of the worst!
Thursday May 14th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Drago
DJs Reinier Peters, Lukas Gehra (Franz) and Gijs Mescher (Mescher) present ‘Drago: Flying on radio waves’. The Drago fraternity of the Demos student association turns 28 today. To celebrate this, the DJs bring you three hours of party music and show you what it means to be a member of Drago. Join them from 7pm to 10 PM while they are joking around and play along with a sound-guessing game.
Thursday May 14th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Let’s get classical
Pianists Boris Zwaan and David Hordijk will give the TU/e Community Radio listeners a classical experience! They will present you some very beautiful music, and most important; tell something about it. You have to understand classical music before you start listening to it, so an interesting show is awaiting you.
Wednesday May 13th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Lies & Fliep
Tonight you’ll enjoy a three-hour show in which Lisa and Filip will provide you with some old skool and laid-back tunes, mixed with some guilty pleasure songs. They will talk about some of the things going on in their quarantine lives right now and will call some people to have a quick chat with. Prepare for music from the seventies and John Mayer, as well as more unknown artists and talks about Lucid, Studentproof and Twist.
Wednesday May 13th, 2:30-5:30 PM | ESSF
This Wednesday, Randor and Christiaan of the umbrella association for sports ESSF, will be on air! As the ESSF, we are working really hard to get some of the sports activities back on track in the social distancing society. Tune in for updates and challenges regarding the current 'sport situation' and for some funky songs!
Tuesday May 12th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Japie
Last time Japie took over the radio, they presented us with three hours of chemistry fun. This time, the focus will be all on ‘students back in the day’. We will listen to their music and even talk with a few alumni now working in the chemical industry. Join in on May 12th between 7 and 10 PM.
Tuesday May 12th, 2:30-5:30 PM | DJs Chet and Tom
Had enough of the current situation? Let’s go back to the future and talk about a return to normalcy and how normal that will actually be. Enjoy a live DJ set by DJs Chet and Tom and tune in for what our future might bring in The New Normal show!
Monday May 11th, 7:00-10:00 PM | NKBD
Tonight the debating committee, which organizes the Dutch championship of Policy Debates (NKBD) every year, will take over the TU/e Community Radio! Between 7pm and 10 PM, Luc (chairman) and Mik (sponsor commissioner) will talk about policy debating and the NKBD 2020, which will be completely online this year. In addition, there will be great music, debate specialists, debate enthusiasts and other guests calling in. Anything you wish to share? Call Mik and Luc at 040-2478113, and you may be part of the show yourself.
Monday May 11th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Team CASA
Joline and Manuel will be representing Team CASA this afternoon. Find out more about what it’s like to work in a student team, learn from some discussions about recent sustainability related topics and enjoy a special ‘CASA playlist’ specially prepared for this occasion.
Friday May 8th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Demos Heêrendispuut Diabolo
In these times of darkness, one group of extraordinary gentlemen will rise to the challenge to bring you everything you knew you’d never forget but actually have. From the hurdles of love to the meaning of life, everything and more will be addressed this evening.
Friday May 8th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Summer in the city
Summer hits and good conversations create the perfect Friday afternoon vibe. The Community Radio will be hosted by community manager Erik de Jong. Besides you’ll hear how others celebrate this summer-like Friday, there are plenty of other good topics: the first successes of the Irene Curie program to hire more female staff members, diversity, gender and more with Compass and plans for the summer: what will the TU/e community be up to?
Wednesday May 6th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Industria Interactie
Jochem and Danny from Industria Interactie will host the TU/e Community Radio tonight. The study association for Industrial Engineering students focuses on international self-development and also has a connection to the ESTIEM network (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management) which brings different local groups of Industrial Engineering students together. So, tonight is all about an international orientated radio show!
Sunday May 3rd, 2:30-5:30 PM | TINT
This Sunday, TINT will be on the TU/e Community Radio with the theme ‘Digital Detoxing’. Mayke Krekel and Nuriye van Lamoen will talk about motivation, what kind of activities you can do offline during this crisis and they will play some chill tunes.
Friday May 1st, 2:30–5:30 PM | Batavierenrace
The Batavierenrace would take place this Saturday, but unfortunately it cannot continue in its original form. However, it will continue, online: the so-called digital Bata! No relay between Nijmegen and Enschede, but in our hometowns with one and a half meters distance. Tune in Friday afternoon for tips on online running races and enjoy the best running hits of course.
Thursday April 30th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Hubble at Home
It’s April 30th, you have lost all hope for a good closing of your Thursday afternoon. But hold on, Hubble’s treasurer is here to save you. From 2:30 PM onwards, you can get the Hubble vibe on radio.tue.nl. No need to feel alone anymore.
Wednesday April 29th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Plugged
Tonight, Plugged chairman Tom Bormans will be hosting a show for the TU/e Community Radio. Nice music and some interesting interviews will keep you home tonight.
Wednesday April 29th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Jaya is back
She was surprised by the great response from the audience after her first radio program and that means she’s back! The dance and sports instructor from the Student Sports Centre will be talking about hobbies and traveling this time. What are your hobbies and how do you deal with them in these times? What are some curious places you have traveled to? And of course you can also request your favorite songs.
Tuesday April 28th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Quadrivium
This Tuesday evening, Paul and Arend from music association Quadrivium will take you on a wondrous adventure where you explore modern classical music. They will play some refreshed versions of famous old records and the occasional musical or pop song.
Tuesday April 28th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Career radio
‘You Got What It Takes’? ‘Keep On Keeping On’? ‘It’s Not Easy’ working ‘9 to 5’, so ‘Relax, Take It Easy’ and ‘Come Along’ with us. TU/e Career Academy and TU/e SkillsLab will take over TU/e Community Radio Tuesday between 14:30 and 17:30 PM. During the radio show they will play some amazing and carefully selected tunes. When listening closely you will hear the career-related theme throughout the songs. In between you can listen to about anything and everything career or skills related. And you will get some tips on how to improve your resume.
Friday April 24th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Protagoras
Study association Protagoras will take over the TU/e radio on Friday evening. You’ll hear all kind of music genres, because the genre will be determined by the Wheel of Fortune! From carnival music to R&B, and from techno to songs from the noughties. You can call to spin the wheel and after the wheel decided the genre, you may pick a song within that genre.
Friday April 24th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Groep-één | ESR
This Friday afternoon, group chairman Naomie Amsing and vice-chairman Ralph van Ierland of Group één | ESR will host the TU/e community radio and they have some special guests for you: two members of the House of Representatives. At 2.30 PM they will talk with Jan Paternotte from D66 about preventing study delays during these corona times. In addition, there will be an interview with Niels van den Berge of GroenLinks at 4:45 PM. He will talk about compensation for study delays, and possibly also about the future of education.
Thursday April 23rd, 7.00-10.00 PM | SOLID
Listen to Luc and Martijn from student team SOLID, presenting The Burning Desire Show on the TU/e community radio Thursday night! Tune in via radio.tue.nl, request your favorite fiery song, join some games and learn more about SOLID.
Thursday April 23rd, 2:30-5:00 PM | Beatles revival
It has been fifty years since the Beatles broke up, but they are still very popular, also among young people, says Lucas Asselbergs, head of Studium Generale. He’s been a Beatles fanatic since kindergarten and this afternoon he looks back at the musical history left by the British gentlemen and interviews Beatles connoisseur Anne Hurenkamp, with whom he talks about the special friendship between John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Of course we hear Beatles music and Asselbergs has a nice quiz for the real Beatles connoisseurs: somewhat more unknown songs that he plays instrumentally and you have to guess the titles. The winner will receive two tickets for cinema De Zwarte Doos.
Wednesday April 22nd, 7:00-10:00 PM | Industria Interactie
Tonight the hosts are Jochem van Asten, chairman of Industria Interactie and Danny Brus, secretary of the same association. Industria Interactie is based on traveling and gaining international experience by getting to know different cultures. That is also the theme of this evening. Jochem and Danny interview a few people from their international network and some music that is popular in the country of the interviewees, is played on the radio.
Wednesday April 22nd, 2:30-5:30 PM | WORK it with Euflex Technificent
Euflex Technificent will play the best work records, from work evergreens (who doesn’t like to sing along to Dolly Parton’s hit 9 to 5 or a bit of Bruce Springsteen?!) to the best Hiphop Workz (Work it by Missy Elliott?) and work boosting pop songs and much more. We specialize in getting people a job; from student jobs to starter positions and this Wednesday we help you to get in the right work mood.
Tuesday April 21st, 7:00-10:00 PM | A trip to Spain
This radio show will take you on a musical trip to Spain. Matthijs van Wijk a.k.a. ‘Patito de Goma’ and Kasper Knuijt a.k.a. ‘Bromista’ will be your hosts. They are both members of Tuna Ciudad de Luz, the student association for Spanish music. We will start in our beautiful city of Eindhoven and slowly introduce you to our southern amigos. On this trip we will meet people both from our own association and our friends from the Spanish Tunas. You will get to know both classical and modern Spanish music and get tips from our Spanish friends.
¡La fiesta comienza aquí! Enjoy!
Monday, April 20th, 7:00-10:00 PM | FSE
Boris, chairman of Wervingsdagen and Harmen, chairman of the Federation of Study Associations Eindhoven (FSE), will tell you what it is like to be doing a board year. They may even convince you to follow their example.
Monday April 20th, 2:30-5:30 PM | CEC
Marc Rosmalen, marketing communication specialist at the department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, doesn’t have a specific theme like some other guest hosts. But he has quite some questions for the audience so we’re assured of interaction. What do you miss most now you are working from home? And what don’t you miss? How do you fight possible ‘corona kilo’s’? How do you celebrate birthdays now? Any online pubquizzes you want to recommend? Tell Marc from 2.30 till 5.30 PM.
Sunday April 19th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Sunday chilling with TINT
Get settled for an inspiring afternoon where TINT helps you deal with unhealthy thoughts and building self-confidence. Life coach intern Laura Curta and event organizer Ana Pareira delve deeper into how those thoughts arise and how you can deal with them. As a listener you can also ask the ladies your questions. Hope you’ll tune in Sunday!
Saturday April 18th, 2:30-5:30 PM | Jaya Vittal
Jaya Vittal a.k.a. ZumbaJaya is an Indian born in Africa with an exiting combination of a microbiologist, a passionate actor and dancer and sports instructor at the Student Sports Centre (SSC) teaching lots of different group lessons. This Saturday she will share her favorite music on Spotify (#Jayavittal) and she will talk about sports, a change of lifestyle and much more.
Friday April 17th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Don Quishoots’ B&D Disco Hour
Clothing from the present, haircuts from the 30’s and hits from the 70’s! During B&D Disco Hour Barend and Didilicious take you on a journey through the disco’s of the past on to the sunny beachparties of nowadays. Fun fact: the guessing game ‘Raad die plaat’ offers you a chance of winning a cool prize!
Friday April 17th, 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM | Stehven
Stehven is a collaboration between the municipality of Eindhoven, Fontys and the TU/e to support the student life in Eindhoven. In tonight’s program current local initiatives will be discussed combined with your favorite music. You can already send Stehven a message on Facebook to request a song.
Thursday April 16th, 7:00-10:00 pm | Radio Industria
Do you already miss your friends from Industria? Thursday evening you can hear board members Robert Geurten (a.k.a.Vieze Veur), Thijn Muselaers (a.k.a.Tiny Tinus) and Maurice Bressers (a.k.a. Big Bressers) live on their ‘Twisted Thursday’ show. Good hits, request songs or just "Turning the wheel"; you will hear it all from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.
Wednesday April 15th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Hip hop and politics
David Ernst is programmer at Studium Generale and responsible for organizing concerts and workshops with music, among other things. He once wrote his thesis about 'Hip hop as a counterattack'. In tonight’s broadcast he will talk about 'the 25 best political hip hop tracks', but since three hours of angry political songs might be a little too much, he will also spin some other nice hip hop records from 40 years of hip hop history to celebrate that hip hop turned 40 last year.”
Tuesday April 14th, 2.30-5.30 PM | Let’s get social
How does the university use social media, and what role does it play in the current situation. Pascal Appel, social media manager of the university, will be your host this afternoon. He’ll give you an insight in how we use social media, and maybe talk to you about new ideas, your suggestion, etc.And of course he’ll mix that with some happy tunes, because that’s what we all need right now.
At 4.30 PM rector magnificus Frank Baaijens will call in for an update.
Monday April 13th, 7:00-10:00 PM | Chemistry on the radio
T.S.V. ‘Jan Pieter Minckelers’, known by most as Japie, will be hosting the TU/e community radio on Monday the 13th of April from 19.00-22.00 hrs. Naturally, the theme of this radio program will be chemistry! The DJ’s will be Roy Wink and Jord Jansen.
During the show, various songs connected to chemistry will be played. Some interviews will be held with members from the department of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry. If you are looking for a fun scientific break from your studies, please tune in!
Thursday April 9th, 2.30-5.30 PM | Unipartners
Listen to Turn it UP, the radioshow by UniPartners. They’ll interview their contacts at Deloitte, AB Imbev and an Eindhoven entrepreneur.
You can compete in ‘Minute Master’, by answering as many questions as possible within a minute. The winner receives a Bol.com card (worth € 75,-!).
And naturally there are nice hits to enjoy, many to come. So tune in and join Turn it UP!
Tuesday April 7th, 7:00-10:00 PM | David Hordijk: study music
David Hordijk is a pianist and composer, but also a student at TU/e. Tonight he will be playing music that is ideal for studying or relaxing. He will give some nice background information on the upcoming genre of neoclassical music as a countermovement to the fast time we live in. Music that has influenced him as a composer will be played, including Yann Tiersens famous music from the movie Amélie. Piano is one favorite instrument for neoclassical music, but electronics are getting more and more fashionable, as in the music of Nils Frahm. Piano and ambient electronic music are ideal for studying or relaxation.
View David’s playlist here.
Tuesdag April 7th 2:30-5:30 PM | Wervingsdagen back on track
Wervingsdagen will be back on the radio again! This time, we will have an interview with a young entrepreneur, Roland Rutten, who founded his now very successful company 5 years ago. Besides that, we will have an interview with a consultant, to introduce and tell the listeners more about this sector. You don’t want to miss out on this!
Monday April 6th, 7.00-10 PM | Radio Bulgaria
Student at Fontys Aleksandar Petrov Staykov will be hosting the radios how tonight on TU/e Community Radio. He’ll be talking about the life of foreign students in the Netherlands. Tthe interviewees, that will be calling in, will share some insights into what it is like to be a student far away from home in an unknown country.
Monday April 6th, 2.30-5.30 PM | What about your future?
Vincent Bolta - Human Vehicle Interaction & Driver Support Systems Engineer at Solar Team Eindhoven and master’s student Computer Science and Engineering - is in the lead in this afternoon’s radio broadcast.
During this time there is plenty of time to work on improving yourself and perhaps dreaming about the future. What are you currently working on to improve your future? How do you see the future in 5, 10 and 20 years? While we’re talking about the future, I’ll be playing ‘golden oldies’ to remind us where we came from and where we are now! It’s always nice to reminisce about the past while also looking ahead to see what there is to come.
At the university, there are plenty of students that work on better and brighter future for us all. Many of these students combine their powers into a student team. We’ll be calling some TU/e student teams. In the program we’ll be talking with these students about their future and how they see their student team making a difference in the future.
Sunday April 5th 2.30-5.30 PM | TINT
This Sunday TINT will take over the TU/e Community Radio again, from 2.30 to 5.30 PM! Get settled and cozy for an inspiring afternoon with live mindfulness, app, book and film recommendations, tips and talks about habits, and reflection on the future after Corona. TINT life coach intern Laura Curta and TINT event organiser Mayke Krekel will be live in the studio and talk to each other, our guests, but also talk to you about any questions that might pop up during the three hour interval.
Saturday April 4th, 2.30-5.30 PM | Sports Centre
Lara Hofstra is in the house this afternoon! The internationalization coordinator at the Student Sports Centre will talk about internationals arriving for the first time in the Netherlands and their experiences with a new culture. She herself came to the Netherlands for my university study when she was 17 as I grew up in Saudi Arabia and Switzerland. It took her quite some time to adjust to the Dutch culture and living in Tilburg. Having always been immersed in a multi-cultural environment it was difficult to truly fit in with all -Dutch study mates. That being said, it has created quite some funny stories
She will also talk about and promote the TU/e Listening Line HearMe TU/e. They're still looking for volunteers to help with the chat and talks
Saturday 5.30-6.30 PM | Online exam Q&A
The exams are starting, and many things will be different compared to a regular exam week. One way of alternative examination offered is proctoring, a way of making online examinations from home possible.
The TU/e and its teachers try to inform their students as best as they can about these online examinations. However, we notice that there are still questions about this by students. Therefore, the proctoring team of the TU/e will host a Q&A session about online examinations on the TU/e Community Radio on Saturday April 4 from 5.30-6.30 PM.
To request a question for this Q&A, please send an email to radio@ and we will ask it for you during the Q&A session. tue.nl
Friday April 3rd | This afternoon its all about the sound that makes the movie. Music plays an essential part in films. Many blockbusters come with musical themes that seem to live on forever. Music has always played an important role in films, already from the very start when the silent movie was accompanied by orchestra, piano or pianola. During this afternoon Lucas Asselbergs, head of Studium Generale and musician discusses some ins and outs of film music and let you here some immortal themes from today and yesterday.
Van der Waals is going to take over the TU/e Radio tonight. Niek and Rein will ‘let it go’ in a 3 hours ‘practically perfect’ Disney night. You will hear a lot of popular Disney songs from hit movies like Vaiana, Frozen and Beauty and the beast. We ‘just can’t wait to be a radio DJ’ and be ‘part of your world’ for one night. We will be ‘trashin’ the camp’ next Friday from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. So please join in and ‘Be our guest’ and see ‘How far we’ll go’.
Thursday April 2nd | Anne Smits, team-manager of Blue Jay Eindhoven, will be hosting today's TU/e Community Radio (2.30-5.30 PM). She'll update you on what her student team is up to and how their drones will be your drone assistant in the future. Of course she won't just be talking about her team only; she'll also share the beautiful stories of the other student teams Virtue and Solid. And last but not least, we will share the secret of how it would benefit you when joining their or our student team! Please reach out to them via the chat if you have any questions!
In the evening study association Industria will rule over TU/e's Community Radio (7.00-10.00 PM). Feeling a bit bored after spending two weeks with your parents? Fed up with studying for your exams? Why not spend your Thursday evening listening to the TU/e Radio, starring the Industria board members? Tonight, Robert Geurten (a.k.a. Vieze Veur), Thijn Muselaers (a.k.a. Tiny Tinus) and Maurice Bressers (a.k.a. Big Bressers) will present their 'Dolle Donderdag' show! While playing the best hits, YOU can call in live to request your favorite song, spin the wheel during 'Radje Draaien', or share your plans for the night! You can catch up on https://radio.tue.nl/home.
Wednesday April 1st | It's April Fool's Day today, don't get fooled! Of course we would never do that. So we're giving you true words about today's radioshow: Yves Houben (Team Lead Center for Academic Advising at M&CS) is back in the lead today, in the evening all by himself (7.00-10.00 PM, please call in so he won't feel so alone). This afternoon (2.30-5.30 PM) Marjan van Ganzenwinkel is his sidekick. She is Recruitment Manager & Trainer Communication Skills at TU/e's communication department. Be prepared for jokes, great music and singing (Marjan is a singer!). Stay tuned on radio.tue.nl!
Monday March 30th | TU/e's Community manager Erik de Jong will be presenting this afternoon's radioshow (from 2.30-5.30 PM). He'll be talking to Go Green Office, Carmen van Vilsteren from TU/e's strategic area Health, and to Lara Hofstra, who's working on a TU/e Listening Line.
The evening show isn't filled in for tonight yet. Would you like to help out and present the radioshow for our university? Let the studio know and help out!
Friday March 27th | Yes, it's Friyay, nearly the weekend! You're more than welcome to let the studio know which song you want to hear to celebrate the weekend. Esther Lutterman, communications officer at the department of Mathematics and Computer Science, will be hosting the show from 2.00-5.30 PM today. She will do interviews with Joep Huiskamp and Robert-Jan Smits, the president of TU/e's Executive Board.
In the evening Paul Andrei will be guiding us into the weekend. From 7.00-10.00 PM the communications officer at Biomedical Engineering, will talk about Romania, the Balkan and internationals. He will also share his experience of competing in TV show Holland's got Talent.
Thursday March 26th | This Thursday afternoon (2.30-5.20 PM), Naomie Amsing and Ralph van Ierland will host the TU/e Community Radio. Naomie and Ralph are currently both in the University Council and are part of the Groep-één|ESR fraction. On Thursday, they will give you some insights in their student lives, they will share their great taste of music and they will have some fun interviews with interesting people within and outside our university! Do you have any questions for them? Let us know via the chat!
In the evening (7.00-10.00 PM) the Federation of Study Associations Eindhoven, in short FSE, will be presenting the show.
Wednesday March 25th | This afternoon you can tune in for TU/e Community Radio with Cosmos (2.30-5.30 PM). In the evening Electical Engineering's study association Thor will deliver the DJ's (7.00-10.00 PM). Tune in and relax while working. And don't hold back: dancing behind your laptop is allowed!
Replay interviews | We understand you can not always be online and listen to TU/e Community Radio. From now on you can replay all the interviews.
Tuesday March 24th | Today we will have Yves Houben (Team Lead Center for Academic Advising at M&CS) as guest DJ! From 2:30-5:30 PM, Sabine and Yves will talk with several guests over the phone, varying from Office365 to Escape Rooms and Sex Education. Also, listeners can join the 'Spin The Wheel' game where they can win a useful prize! At 4:30, president of the Executive Board Robert-Jan Smits will talk to the studio about the latest updates regarding the TU/e policies on the corona virus. From 7:00-10:00 PM Hedwich van Engelen and Yves Houben will talk about study management in times of corona and they have a call with Desy Block (LGBT+ academic advisor); Edwin van den Heuvel (Data-Scientist) and Remco van der Hofstad (teacher). Also during this evening slot, you can win prizes in the 'Spin The Wheel' game, so make sure to tune in!
Monday March 23rd | Turn on that radio again this afternoon from 2.30-5.30 PM. With lots of music and information. This afternoon Robert-Jan Smits, president of the TU/e Executive Board will tune in. In the evening study association Intermate will deliver the guest DJ's (7.00-10.00 PM). Be sure to tune in today!
Friday March 20th | In the show today: Hedwich van Engelen from ESA. She will give tips on how to study in these times and how to manage your study. At the end of the afternoon, rector Frank Baaijens will tune in on the show. Be sure to listen: 2.30 until 5.30 PM.
Thursday March 19th | Broadcast from 2.30 until 5.30 PM. Team Bluejay and Executive Board Member Nicole Ummelen (around 3.20 PM) will call in today for interviews. Boris Zwaan from the Wervingsdagen team will take over in the evening from 7.00-10.00 PM. He's asking students to call in with questions about their career. A career coach will answer their questions.
To all student associations: do you want to take over TU/e Community Radio too? Just send the studio a message!
Wednesday March 18th | TU/e Community Radio will be broadcasting from 2.30 until 9.30 PM on Wednesday March 18th. In the evening the broadcast will be live with the international student association Cosmos (6.30-9.30 PM) Tune in on radio.tue.nl!
Community manager Erik de Jong realized that something had to be arranged when it was announced on Friday that TU/e would close its doors. "We want to support the community - and especially the internationals who are home alone, without family or friends. Let them know what is going on, that they are being thought of and to stay in contact with them," De Jong says. TU/e Community Radio has to achieve that. The language used for the radio programs is English.
During the last Intro, GEWIS - study association of the department of Mathematics and Computer Science - made a daily radio program. De Jong contacted GEWIS and soon after, this channel was live again to boost the sense of community. The hardware was hastily arranged via Information and Management Services (IMS) and a studio was built in Atlas. Three M&CS students are working hard to ensure that radio.tue.nl can be on air from 2.30 pm this afternoon. Those are Sabine Jongerius, Wout de Ruiter and Thomas Wiepking. Meanwhile, automotive student Melvyn Williams joined as the team’s technician.
The planning is, for the time being, that they’ll make a program every day from 2.30 pm to 5.30 PM, with De Ruiter and Jongerius as the hosts. That broadcast will be repeated every day from 7:00 PM. Music will be played outside the program; requests can be made via the chat function - currently under construction - of the website.
"We are mainly looking for partnerships to create a program," says presenter Sabine Jongerius. The first plans are already made: David Ernst of Studium Generale will talk about hip-hop, Joep Huiskamp of General Affairs will share his knowledge about the history of the university. A call will be planned with community manager Erik de Jong, with the TU/e crisis team, and an item will be presented on how to keep yourself focused on studying. "We’ll call a student counselor for this, and we hope that students will also call in to make it interactive," Jongerius says.
It will be a process of learning by doing. For example, jingles and bumpers have to be made and more content for the program is still very welcome. "The big challenge is to be able to make interesting radio for the people sitting at home." So do you have an idea and would you like to make an item for TU/e Community Radio? Then send an email or call the hosts via +31(0)40-247 8113. "Everyone can make something for us from home, you don't have to come to the studio for that," Jongerius adds.
The four students are now in the education-free week. "We still have some study load, but this is a lot of fun to do. All our weekend plans have been canceled anyway, as well as rehearsals, concerts and trainings. We have some time left," Jongerius says. It is not their intention to host and produce radiocontent themselves all three weeks the measures of the RIVM apply. "We try to arrange more hosts and technicians through other student associations."