Johan Anthierens

Johan Anthierens, 1986. Johan Anthierens (22 August 1937 – 20 March 2000) was a Belgian journalist, columnist, publicist, critic and writer. He became notorious because of his socially conscious columns, as well as his equally controversial opinions during interviews. He published both in ''HUMO'' as well as ''Knack'' and founded his own short-lived satirical magazine, '''' in 1982-1985. The general public got to know him thanks to his television appearances, both as panel member in the quiz ''De Wies Andersen Show'' and as interviewer in the talkshow ''Noord-Zuid'' (''North-South''). Due to his confrontational criticism of capitalism, the monarchy, the Church, the establishment and the far-right movement Anthierens had both a lot of admirers as well as many enemies. Still, together with and , he was widely regarded as one of the "Big Three" of Flemish critical journalism. Provided by Wikipedia
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