Thomas Van Hamme

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Thomas Van Hamme
Born (1969-02-10) 10 February 1969 (age 45)
Brussels
Nationality Belgium
Occupation broadcaster

Thomas Van Hamme (born 10 February 1969) is a radio and TV moderator of the Walloon Broadcaster RTBF.[1] He is currently in the prime time broadcast on the scientific GpiG A, but with Barbara Louys, It's Belgian magazine devoted to the Belgian monarchy and everything that makes excellence in Belgium. In radio, he leads the morning Viva Brussels (6h - 8:30) and the talk show of A View (8:40 - 9 am) on VivaCité.

In 2000, he gave the votes from the Belgian televote for the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 held in Stockholm, Sweden. He is the second son of Belgian comic book writer Jean Van Hamme.

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  1. ^ "Thomas Van Hamme: 'J’ai déjà fait plein de choses à la RTBF et j’espère que ça va continuer!'" (in French). tuner.be. 10 February 2009. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 

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