PRESS RELEASE – Edwin Brys wins the first ‘Klankverbond Audio Award’

Edwin Brys <https://www.klankverbond.be/professionals#/edwin-brys&gt;  wins the first Klankverbond Audio Award. With a career that spans more than four decades, Edwin Brys most certainly deserves this award, not only as a creator of radio programs, but also as professor and mentor. During his entire career Brys worked for the VRT (Flemish Radio and Television), where he created … More PRESS RELEASE – Edwin Brys wins the first ‘Klankverbond Audio Award’

’10 – [upd] Famous Words “Medidation on a group photo” (by Edwin Brys)

July 1, 2010,         Edwin Brys start a new live (65-retired) As I’m heading now for new radio adventures and cleaning my official VRT office, I’m confronted to some 20 photograhps of Gruppenbild mit Damen und Herren of the IFC since 1990. But this picture of 2010 is a strong one. We have … More ’10 – [upd] Famous Words “Medidation on a group photo” (by Edwin Brys)

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’05 – IFC Projectgroup Presentation-8 (8) @ Edwin Brys

From now on each week, one the eight new chosen members ofthe EBU Radio Features Project Group will introduce him/herself, so that you all know – more or less – who you are – professionally – dealing with.. Edwin Brys (Belgium) (foto van From now on each week, one the eight new chosen members ofthe … More ’05 – IFC Projectgroup Presentation-8 (8) @ Edwin Brys

IFC 2004 – What’s in the box ? @ Laurent Marceau and Edwin Brys

Summary CD box CD 1 The Cameroon Opera (José Pivin, Radio France, 1976) bonus 0’46 Bells in Europa (Peter Leonhard Braun, SFB, Germany, 1973) 21’11 Death of an Elephant (Witold Zadrowski, Polski Radio, 1966) 15’01 The birds are still singing in Newe Ur (Bob Ushi, Hans Gobesz, Kees Buurman, NOS, Netherlands,1969) 12’09 The Pathetic Symphony … More IFC 2004 – What’s in the box ? @ Laurent Marceau and Edwin Brys

IFC 2004 – On Boxes and what can be hidden in them @ Edwin Brys

On Boxes and what can be hidden in them This is a box. I’ve always loved boxes, especially cardboard boxes. As a child I hid away all my treasures, and my secrets. Later on, I did the same with papers, letters, and photos, no doubt in an attempt to put off throwing them away. Over … More IFC 2004 – On Boxes and what can be hidden in them @ Edwin Brys