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Dutch Cafe Radio

Dutch Café Radio Committee

The Dutch Café Radio Committee is responsible for making the Dutch Café Radio Show! This is a bi-weekly show where we play songs requested by members, have brief interviews with members, do fun Dutch quizzes and games, and share about news and activities in the Dutch Language Café.

Committee Members
Beppe (committee leader)

The Dutch Café Radio radio team is always looking for new members to help out as DJ/Host of the week! Interested? Contact us below!

A broadcast from our members

Listen here to our very own radio show! Every other week, two DLC members take on the roles of Radio DJs to go on air with Dutch Café Radio. They play music selected by our members, listen to their interesting stories and play some exciting games.

All is focused on being suitable for Dutch language learners, making this a great learning tool.

Visit to listen to the live show or use the player down below.

Radio Player Show

Use this player to listen to our next broadcast on Saturday May 8 starting at 20:00 (2010s theme)
At all other times – Listen here to our previously selected songs
More to follow!

Live Radio Chat

During the radio show you can join the Dutch Café Radio WhatsApp Group to chat with us and our listeners.
Scan the QR code down below or join directly through this link.

QR code that leads to the WhatsApp Group for the Dutch Café Radio live chat

History of Dutch Café Radio

When the prime minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte announced the latest string of measures against COVID-19 at a press conference on 3 November 2020, there was no other choice than closing the Dutch Language Café.

All bars, restaurants and cafés had already been closed on 14 October but the additional measures meant that all museums, cinemas, theatres, libraries, and social places such as the DLC Café had to be closed for two weeks.

Hence the idea of having a radio show during the lockdown came up. A way to reach the members of DLC and spend an hour bonded by our voices and our selection of music.

Over time this evolved into a concept of a real radio station, made by natives & Dutch learners, for natives & Dutch learners!