|Born||3 May 1979
|Time slot||10:00 - 12:00 a.m.
|Time slot||20:00 - 22:00 a.m.
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Annemieke Schollaardt (May 3, 1979) is a DJ for the TROS on popular music channel 3FM. Until April 2009, Annemieke was heard daily on a radio project called Uruzgan FM. On Saturday and Sunday morning between 10:00 am and 12:00 am she hosts the program Annemieke Hier on 3FM, as well as the Saturday evening program Weekend DNA, between 20:00 pm and 22:00 pm.
After studying pedagogy Annemieke left to Curaçao to stay for a few weeks. She remained there for five years. During that time, after doing several other jobs, she joined radio station Dolphin FM. Some time later she was given a job at TROS Paradise with an afternoon radio show.
Once back in her home country, she got to work with TROS in the Netherlands, where she works as a producer and backup DJ on 3FM. Since 2009, 3FM adopted Annemieke as a new female radio voice. She does that together with Eric Corton, who apart from being a radio DJ, is well known for his enthousiasm about the guitar.
In 2008, during the DJ version of the Popduel game of 3FM show RabRadio, Annemieke played against Gerard Ekdom and she won, breaking a winning streak for Ekdom, who had remained unbeaten for three years.
Annemieke was nominated for a Marconi Award (for new upcoming talent) in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
On 7 December 2009, during the afternoon show of Rob Stenders it was announced in a phone call, that the 'hot' Annemieke, would go in the 'Glazen Huis' (Glass House in Dutch), for the social event Serious Request 2009, which took place in Groningen (city). During that same show, it was announced that DJs Gerard Ekdom and Giel Beelen would join her.
Since August 2006 Annemieke presents Uruzgan FM, a request program especially for the soldiers deployed to Uruzgan (Afghanistan) and their home. This program is updated every working day between 16:00 and 17:00 and broadcast on Uruzgan FM. On 1 April 2009 she transferred the program to 3FM DJ Kristel van Eijk, also works with 3FM.
- (Dutch) Official website of Annemieke Schollaardt
- (Dutch) Annemieke Schollaardt on 3FM's website
- (Dutch) Dutch Wikipedia of Annemieke Schollaardt
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