After showing selections of TEDxBinnenhof of the last 4 years, a regular "Erasmus Foundation segment" will again be broadcasted in the 2016 Dutch TV season. Programs are broadcasted weekly on Sundays 3:00 - 3:30 pm. The new series started on Sunday 13 March 2016 and have selections of the TEDxAmsterdam November 2015 event (thanks to TEDxAmsterdam). The latest series is repeated from Sunday 6 June 2016 with the TEDxAmsterdam segments from 19 June 2016 onwards. See also Dutch TV.
Transmission is on channel C31. It can be received on channel 44. It is also available on Foxtel and Aurora on Wednesdays from 6-6:30 pm (channel 183) and some will be shown on the big screen in Federation Square.
Videoclips of past programs can be seen on YouTube. The latest series includes the following segments (in alphabetical order, source: TEDxAmsterdam):
- HRH Princess Margriet (13/3) - "How can we prevent natural disasters from becoming humanitarian catastrophes?"
“By investing 1 euro in prevention we can save 7 euros in emergency relief,” Princess Margriet of the Netherlands.
- Jacqueline Hamelink (22/5) - "BachTherapy!"
Jacqueline Hamelink is a cellist who performed a piece for the audience of TEDxAmsterdam that is generally performed for just 4 people.
- Leo Kouwenhoven - "Can We Make Quantum Technology Work?"
Leo Kouwenhoven is a professor of physics at TU Delft. His team at the QU Tech Lab designs experiments to place electrons in superpositions.
- Maite Hontelé (1/5) - "How Does a Dutch Trumpet Player Become Famous in Colombia?"
Grammy award nominated Maite Hontelé tells us how she became interested in salsa and ended up in Columbia.
- Mark Dingemanse (10/4) - "The Power of 'Huh?'"
Mark Dingemanse is a linguist. He studies languages for a living. But if you had asked him five years ago to say something about the power of “Huh?”, he would’ve said: “Huh?”.
- Maurice Mikkers (20/3) - "Imaginarium of Tears"
Tears are unique, they are beautiful and they are ART.
- Ntjam Rosie - "What Can I Do to Make this World a Better Place?"
Cameroon-Dutch performer, Ntjam Rosie performs a song asking questions of God.
- PIPS:lab (8/5) - "Selfie Symphony"
PIPS:lab creates the first ever selfie symphony with the help of the TEDxAmsterdam audience.
- Victoria Roosenrot (15/5) - "Hiraeth"
Victoria Roosenrot’s gravity defying rope dance (corde lisse) caused many in the audience to gasp. Beautiful and haunting.
- Zelda La Grange (17/4) - "Is It Natural to Hate?"
Zelda La Grange became Nelson Mandela’s personal assistant in 1994. Born and raised by a Boer family in an isolated community in South Africa, La Grange was taught to believe that she and others like her were superior merely by virtue of their skin colour.