David Pescovitz is Boing Boing's co-editor/managing partner. He's also a research director at Institute for the Future. On Instagram, he's @pesco.

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6 Responses to “PES's title sequence for Dutch TV show”

  1. Rob vanBrandenburg says:

    Wicked – glad to see that the tune is still (almost) the same. Loved that show when I still lived in Holland.

  2. gypsyspacemuffin says:

    This is pretty awesome.

  3. Jan_Willem says:

    Het Klokhuis is a wonderful show, educational about a wide range of subjects, but not condescending to kids and quite interesting and entertaining for adults, as well. The witty and slightly absurd sketches and songs, written by some off Holland’s top-notch talent, are an added bonus. Too bad for most of you it’s all in Dutch. I think many Boing Boing readers would enjoy it.

  4. DewiMorgan says:

    Am curious about the etymology of klokhuis. Seems to be from “bell housing”: but how did that come to mean “core”? (Don’t think it does mean “apple core” so much as just core).

    • Swartzkip says:

      I am having a hard time to come up with a different fruit that has its core Reverend to as a “klokhuis” in Dutch. Just a thought  maybe the way the seeds are hidden in arches reminded someone way back then, of a new fancy bell tower, with all kinds of arches to hang the bells. 

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