Tineke de Nooij will continue to work “until they drop’
That Tineke de Nooij Thursday the Marconi Oeuvre Award may take, does not mean that they think to stop. “Believe me, still I’m not exhausted,” says the 75-year-old Tina.
“The music, which continues to change, the contact with the people, the listeners, I will continue until I drop,” explains de Nooij on the AD. During the RadioGala the Marconi Oeuvre Award is given, she says, ‘fantastic.’ “I am looking forward enormously to the gala, and I am very proud of this award, which is not, of course, the reason may be for people to think: like there is now.”
Especially for the RadioGala came Nooij previously returned from her holiday in South Africa. “I thought: it will still not happen that my colleagues have fun and make merry and I here in Africa in my dead one on a mountain. So I would like to come back sooner. This is a once in a lifetime. I have to be.”
The Marconi Oeuvre Award is a Dutch radioprijs since 1996, is awarded to radio programs and radiopresentatoren. The award was last year presented to Ruud de Wild.