I see some wishful thinking in these lines , but I do wonder how bilingual radio and tv channels would work to be honest, one person speaking Dutch whilst the other speaks French or a mix of both at the same time? Seems quite confusing to listen or watch to if you ask me . Besides that, a great AAR that has come to an end, I'm already looking forward to your next one !Education had heavily invested in bilingualism and a majority of the children born after the war were now fluent in both Dutch and French. This resulted in public radio channels and tv channels also being bilingual. Flemish nationalist parties were marginal, with the biggest being the Vlaamse Volksunie (VVU) with only an average of 3 seats in parliament.