May 28, 2024

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Radio 2's "Inspector" doesn't disappear, but it changes broadcast hours

Radio 2’s “Inspector” doesn’t disappear, but it changes broadcast hours

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Public Radio confirmed in a press release that The Inspector, the daily consumer show with Sven Pechal on Radio 2, will continue to exist. From 2023, the program will be available in an hour.

“De Inspector” can be heard again on Radio 2 Thursdays between 8 and 9 a.m. But when the news became known that Peter Van de Veire would be doing a national morning show for Radio 2 from 6 to 9 a.m. in 2023, there was the moment of fear, that the consumer program would come to an end.

But those concerns turned out to be unfounded, according to VRT in a press release. The ‘inspector’ will not disappear, but will be heard an hour later in 2023. So between 9 and 10 am.

“Consumer information is extremely important to VRT and Radio2 listeners should not miss out on this service. inspector The Rock remains in the brand for all consumer advice, questions and problems,” reads the press release.

“Over the years, Sven Pichal and his team have helped hundreds of thousands of people by solving problems large and small, providing answers to uncertainties or sharing useful facts that make a world different. In these difficult times, which are financial distress for many Flemish, this remains essential. More than ever before.Research conducted by the VRT Research Division shows it inspector It is one of the most highly regarded radio programmes.”

The word “inspector” can be heard every day of the week from 8 am to 9 am. From 2023, that will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. You can listen on Radio 2, VRT Max, and in the Radio 2 app.

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