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Studio Brussel says goodbye to fixed value: 'duyster' music program moves to Radio 1 |  showbiz

Studio Brussel says goodbye to fixed value: ‘duyster’ music program moves to Radio 1 | showbiz

MusicRadio show “duyster” says goodbye to its home base, Studio Brussel, after seventeen seasons. Inside VRT, there’s a move being made internally, because the program can be heard on Radio 1 in September. “We are looking forward to autumn with a slight nervousness, but also with great confidence,” says Aiko Deuster and Ibo Jansen.

This Sunday, June 12, Studio Brussel listeners can enjoy “duyster” for the last time. Ayco Duyster and Eppo Janssen’s music program will move to Monday Evenings on Radio 1 in September. “After seventeen years of regular service on StuBru, ‘duyster’ will be going one more button on your radio from September. Just so much warmth and thanks, and all the success of Ayco and Eppo with our fellow VRT from Radio 1,” says Jan Van Biesen, Head of Network at Studio Brussel.

From January 2000 to June 21, 2015, the duo colorized Sunday Evenings on the radio station. Twenty years after its first broadcast, it reappears, as it were, in Studio Brussel. They are temporarily back during the Corona pandemic. “We are still delighted that ‘duyster’ secured a place on the radio back in the middle of Corona’s first year. We thank Studio Brussel for the many years of trust. There we were able to develop ‘duyster’ into what it is today. A calm and beautiful place to discover music and find for like-minded people and an escape from everyday worries”, say Aiko Deuster and Ibo Janssen.

The programme, known primarily for its special selection of music, will be given a permanent spot on Monday evening on Radio 1.

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“duyster”: from September 2022 every Monday evening from 10pm to midnight on Radio 1.

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