Episode 42: Dynamic, current and business: It is Puur Noord, the talk show of Podium.TVFirst aired: Wednesday, 11 November 2015 at 17.00 hours
In this episode Annette Timmer talks with singer Elisabeth Oets on the show "Philip Mechanicus, waiting for transport", with Fredau Buwalda about the Northern Film Festival and Joep van Ruiten over very short stories.
Elisabeth Oets first studied violin and then singing at the Utrecht Conservatory and attended master classes at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She was for many years associated with the choir of the Dutch Touring Opera and performed as well as smaller solo roles. She also worked at the Dutch Chamber Choir and the Radio Choir. Since 2013 she performs with pianist Mi Ying Chen. The program, "Philip Mechanicus, waiting for transport," she tells the harrowing life of her grandfather Philip Mechanicus and his diary "in deposit" which he wrote during the war when he was imprisoned in camp Westerbork. She sings songs while Ilse Weber composed in concentration Theresiënstad. Elisabeth Oets never knew her grandfather, because he was killed by the Nazis in 1944.
Joep van Ruiten lives in Emmen and works as a cultural journalist. He is editor of Dagblad van het Noorden / Leeuwarder Courant in Groningen and is a monthly guest in Puur Noord. This time he read the best short stories of AL Snijders which he has chosen for the bundle, which members of the Public Library in November of gift as part of the campaign Netherlands Leest. Each province has its own edition.
Fredau Buwalda is for the second time responsible for the programming of the Northern Film Festival, which will be held from 11 t / m November 15th in Leeuwarden. Since last year, the focus is on the North. The program includes more than 150 features, documentaries and short films from Great Scandinavia and the Low Countries. But also music, art, good food, Q&A's and The 48 Hour Film Project.