DutchNews podcast – The Fishy Edition – Week 26


Gordon, Molly and Paul discuss why assisted dying is back at the top of the political agenda 15 years after the Netherlands legalised euthanasia. There’s also news of the broadcasters taken hostage in Colombia,the ongoing legal fall-out from Srebrenica, a rush of big cat births and how Schiphol is planning to cut the summer queues at security.

Top story

Coalition talks pass 100-day mark


Primary school teachers go on strike

Schiphol unveils plan for fast-track security queues

TV film crew freed in Colombia

Dutch state partly responsible for Srebrenica deaths

Older generation takes to social media

Discussion: euthanasia and ‘right to die’ controversy

Number of euthanasia cases rises in the Netherlands

D66 introduces right-to-die bill for over-75s

Rise in euthanasia requests sparks concern (2015)

My alcoholic brother chose euthanasia (BBC)

The story of Martin Kock (NOS, Dutch)

Boudewijn Chabot: I wouldn’t agree to assisted dying now (Trouw, Dutch)

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