Charles Groenhuijsen, about whom I've written before, has decided to yield to Dutch PBS and leave the United States. He will anchor Dutch PBS news from the Netherlands, rather than from Washington, DC. He will start on January 1, 2006.
Well, I guess it's an improvement over current anchor Philip Freriks, who doesn't even speak Dutch. I don't know what he does speak, but it's not the language I was brought up in. He seems to be rather anti-American, which is not all that surprising, as he worked as the Dutch PBS correspondent in France for a long time. Before that, Freriks apparently worked on the train service between Paris and Amsterdam (other sources claim he worked for Wagon Lits. I'd welcome any additional information).