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Ben Feringa guest on College Tour

14 March 2017

Nobel laureate Ben Feringa will be one of the guests in the upcoming season of the popular TV show NTR College Tour. The show will be recorded in Groningen on Thursday 20 April and broadcast a week later, on Friday the 28th.

Prof. B. Feringa
Prof. B. Feringa

About College Tour

College Tour is a TV show in which guests are interviewed not only by the presenter, Twan Huys, but in particular also by the audience, consisting solely of students. Since the first broadcast in 2007 the show has hosted many prominent guests from the Netherlands and abroad, including Bill Gates, Anouk, John Cleese, Ahmed Aboutaleb, Louis Theroux, Herman Finkers, John Legend, Robbie Williams, Jane Goodall, Mark Rutte, Desmond Tutu, Johan Cruijff, Armin van Buuren, Frans Timmermans, Malala Yousafzai, Whoopi Goldberg, Derk Sauer, Louis van Gaal, Dan Brown and the Dalai Lama.

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