Angelo van Schaik

Angelo van Schaik

Rome, Italy


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Angelo van Schaik

Dutch multimedia journalist based in Rome, Italy, since 2001. Graduated from the School of Journalism in Zwolle (The Netherlands) in 1995, I've worked for 5 years for the national public radio in The Netherlands before I moved to Rome. Ever since I'm in Rome I made radio reports (from 3 minute features to 90 minute documentaries), always for Dutch public radio. I always recorded and edited my own stuff. in 2003 I started working for television as well and in 2007 I bought a camera to do my own filming as well. And with the filming came the editing. So now I do all my stuff on my own.

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A report I made on the Italian island of Lampedusa on immigration and the possibility the island should host a so called hotspots, a centre where immigrants are screened and either sent back to their homecountry or granted political asylum in Italy. I made the report for Inside Europe, the English spoken programme on Deutsche Welle. The narration is in English but the clips are in the original language (Italian).


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A story I did for the English department of Deutsche Welle, it's on a Dutch football player playing in the lower divisions of Italian professional football. He talks about intimidation, match fixing and the joy of a 1-0 victory. The narration is in English, but the clips are in the original language (Dutch) as these are dubbed in Germany.


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This is not something I wrote, this is a link to my Flickr page where you can see my portfolio. This instead of uploading single photographs.


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A report I recently made for Dutch television on fraud with Vatican funds, including an interview with Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi.


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Trailer of a documentary I'm working on and which will be presented later this year.


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Stories

  • Home for homosexual refugees

    Roma, Italy Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    Amongst the tens of thousands of refugees that reach Italian shores every year (more than 180 thousand in in 2016) there also homosexuals, who don't feel safe in the refugee centers. In those centers they often find the same mentality and, sometimes even, violence as they faced in the country they... Read more

  • Basilicata is calling for refugees

    Roma, Italy Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    While the whole of Europe doesn't want refugees, the tiny southern Italian region Basilicata is actually calling for refugees to come. Two small mountain villages have asked the central government in Rome to send more refugees, with children, their way, as a means to keep schools and shops open and... Read more

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