Rob Stenders

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Rob Stenders
Rob Stenders, Yorin FM Rockin Park 2005.jpg
Rob Stenders in 2005
Born
Rob Zieltjens

18 April 1965
Career
ShowStenders Latevermaak & RobRadio
Station(s)3FM
NetworkPowNed, AVROTROS
Time slot14:00 - 16:00 (RobRadio) and 22:00 - 01:00 (Stenders Late vermaak)
Fridays

ShowThe Best of 2night
Station(s)Radio 2
Time slot18:00 - 00:00 a.m.
Saturday

StyleDisc Jockey
CountryNetherlands

Rob Stenders (born 18 April 1965 in Oisterwijk, Netherlands) is a Dutch radio DJ.[1]

Stenders had a long lasting career in radio starting with local radio stations. Stenders followed up Edwin Evers in the 3FM morning show "Stenders Vroeg" for the public radio and television company "VARA". In 2004 Stenders and his sidekicks moved to the commercial radio station "Yorin FM" and renamed his show "Stenders Vroeg Op". When Yorin was bought by SBS the name changed into Caz! and the format of the station changed, upon which Rob Stenders decided to quit. Between April 2006 and May 2007, he temporarily was no longer a DJ on national radio. He remained at his own internet radio station KX Radio and he has had his own late-night show on Dutch TV-channel Tien.

Starting 7 May, he is back on the public network radio station 3FM with his new show "RobRadio" Fridays between 14:00 and 16:00. And Stenders Late Vermaak on Fridays between 22:00 and 01:00 CET.[2]

In the beginning of 2015 Stenders moved to NPO Radio 2. Initially on Saturday by the public broadcaster PowNed, but by the end of 2015 he moved to AVROTROS to present the daily show Stenders Platenbonanza from 14:00 until 16:00 CET on the same radio station, which replaced the Roodshow that was presented by Jan-Willem Roodbeen, who moved to the evening.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rob Stenders keert terug bij 3FM". Omroep Brabant (in Dutch). 18 April 2007. Retrieved 27 March 2011.
  2. ^ "Definitief: Rob Stenders naar PowNed". radioactive.blog.nl (in Dutch). 28 April 2010. Retrieved 20 May 2011.
  3. ^ "Definitief: Rob Stenders naar NPO Radio 2". radioactive.blog.nl (in Dutch). 15 September 2015. Retrieved 29 April 2016.