Roger Simons

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Roger Simons (1927 – July 2020) was a Belgian journalist, reporter and correspondent.[1] Simons was the correspondent of the BRT, (later named BRTN and VRT) between 1961 and 2002.[2] He was also the correspondent for the Dutch newspaper Leidsche Courant.

He retired in 1992.. He became an Officer of the Order of Leopold III after his retirement in 1992.[1] He was born in Antwerp, Belgium.

Simons died in London in July 2020, aged 93.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Voormalig VRT-correspondent Roger Simons (93) overleden in Londen
  2. "Correspondenten VRT-radionieuws klinken weer stukje Hollandser". demorgen.be.