Radio 1 (Belgium)

Radio 1 is a Belgian radio channel operated by the Flemish public broadcaster Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep (VRT).

Radio 1
Broadcast areaBelgium
SloganAltijd benieuwd
(Always curious)
Frequency91.7–99.9 MHz
FormatNews, talk, sport

The channel focuses on news (with bulletins every half hour), together with discussion and debate on public policy and social issues. Radio 1 also carries live coverage of sporting events, branded "Sporza Radio".

Radio 1's musical content is a mix of contemporary and classic pop and rock music (focusing on Flemish productions), with specialist music programming in the evening schedules.

Logos and identities



Guest programmes

Radio 1 regularly allocates a limited amount of airtime for the transmission of so-called "guest programmes": that is to say, programmes produced by associations and organizations representing faith and other socio-philosophical communities recognized by the Flemish Government as having the right to make such broadcasts.[1] At the present time (February 2014) these are:

  • Centraal Israëlitisch Consistorie van België – representing Belgian Judaism
  • Evangelische Radio en Televisie Omroep – Evangelical Christian broadcaster
  • Gezinsbond – defending the interests of the family
  • Humanistisch-Vrijzinnige Vereniging – representing secularism and free thought
  • Katholieke Televisie en Radio Omroep – Catholic broadcasting organization
  • Moslim Televisie en Radio Omroep – Muslim broadcasting organization
  • Orthodoxe Kerk in België – the Orthodox Church in Belgium
  • Protestantse Omroep – Protestant Christian broadcaster


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