Rundfunk is an absurd, horrendously funny and shamelessly politically incorrect high school comedy about two best friends, Tim and Erik, who spend their time trying to do as little as possible during their final year at high school.
Yannick van de Velde,
Tom van Kalmthout,
9 contestants and 1 mole (mol). The nine contestants have to complete a series of challenges. When challenges are successfully completed, a certain amount of money is earned. When a ... See full summary »
Pieter Jan Hagens,
This comedic game show tests how much a guest (a famous Dutch person) knows about the news topic of the past week. The more he or she knows, the less he or she will be humiliated at the end of the episode.
Paul de Leeuw,
Niels van der Laan
Gert and his speaking dog Samson live together in the 'Dorpstraat 101', where they have lots of funny adventures with their friends. The tubby hairdresser Albert, the clumsy mayor and his ... See full summary »
Walter De Donder
De Slimste Mens (ter wereld) (translation: "the smartest human/person in the world) is a trivia gameshow, in which famous Dutch people need to answer trivia questions correctly, with three ... See full summary »
Maarten van Rossem,
The name Keuringdienst van Waarde is a parody on the name Keuringsdienst van Waren, the former name of the Voedsel- en Warenautoriteit. The Autoriteit monitors food quality and product safety in The Netherlands. See more »
Such a great show. Wish there were more of these. Their goal is to shine a light on the origin of products we consume daily. I can say my consuming behavior has changed dramatically since I started watching this show. Not many people actually know where the products they daily consume come from, and 10 out of 10 times it's a shock to realize what all happened before a product finally reaches your supermarket. The law in most countries approves a lot of weird stuff so big companies always find ways to put chemical ingredients in their products without you knowing it.
The episode about chocolate was the most shocking for me, I never knew the chocolate I almost daily consume is actually produced with slavery, and is not 'fair trade' at all.
There are episodes about non-food subjects as well.
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