- Very popular among coin collectors!
- Delivered in a beautiful wooden case
- With numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Legal tender in the Netherlands
The NOS Jeugdjournaal is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Many children have grown up with the popular program, which brings them both national and world news in an accessible manner. In honour of the anniversary, the Royal Dutch Mint mints a commemorative coin on behalf of the Ministry of Finance. For collectors, the coin is also available in Gold Proof: the NOS Jeugdjournaal 10 Euro Coin.
The NOS Jeugdjournaal
The news program for children was first broadcast on 5 January 1981. It was only on television on school days and lasted seven minutes. The program was not broadcast during school holidays. The NOS Jeugdjournaal can now be seen on TV daily and the broadcasting time has been expanded to twenty minutes. It is one of the longest-running children's news programs in the world, just like the BBC’s Newsround. Newsround had a positive approach in the first years, mainly bringing cheerful news. However, the NOS Jeugdjournaal did not want to shy away from taboos and heavy subjects, but wanted to address them in a clear and child-friendly way. Before the program started, research had shown that children needed a serious news program. Children are therefore actively involved in the news. For example, viewers can express their opinion and respond to statements on the website. During the NOS Jeugdjournaal election debate schoolchildren are allowed to interview the party leaders. This is unique in the world. The program has won various prizes over the years, such as the Gouden Stuiver (the most important prize for children's programs in the Netherlands) and an NPO Zapp Award.
Inspiration of the Designer
Artist Gabriel Lester designed the NOS Jeugdjournaal 5 Euro Coin. Lester's design was inspired by the distortions and imperfections that sometimes occur in a television picture: glitches. King Willem-Alexander is portrayed on the obverse. The portrait is depicted in two tones, giving the impression that it glitches. This gives it an electric character. The reverse shows a globe, the symbol of the daily world news. The same glitch effect is applied to this image, making the coin as a whole reminiscent of a television screen.
|Nominal value||10 euros|