Theo Uittenbogaard (born Amstelveen, Nieuwer-Amstel, Netherlands, 1946) is a Dutch radio & TV-producer, who worked for almost all nationwide public networks in The Netherlands since 1965. His training was on-the-job, since no school or academy geared to that profession existed in The Netherlands those days. He started as a 19-year-old apprentice reporter for a daily radio news-show. Made radio-documentaries and variety-shows. In 1969 he was invited to contribute to a television-magazine, which portrayed interesting ordinary people. He remained working for television the next decades. In a wide variety and range of shows, as a director, as a contributor, as an editor, as an executive-producer alternately. He traveled the world from Siberia to The Marshall Islands to report, from Peru and Morocco to just around the corner. He did shows and documentaries on countries, people, history, politics, dance, music. In 1985 he directed a TV-recording of Ástor Piazzolla, the renowned bandoneon-player from Argentina. He made a 16-episodes series on Dutch language. He wrote a comedy on housekeeping. And about 250 productions more.