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The English Language Broadcast of Radio Exterior de España has been on the air since 1944. Our daily broadcasts seek to inform listeners about goings-on in Spain, as well as offer a Spanish perspective on world events. News, sports and weather, presented live, are followed on weekdays by a variety of different programs on subjects ranging from art and culture to history, politics, and the latest trends. These programs can be heard again at the weekend.
 
LA is everything quintessentially Southern Californian – from the sun, surf and sand, to the hills, canyons, and everything in between. L.A is the epitome of everything Hollywood, glamour and Rock’ n’ Roll, and has fast become a cultural revolution in fashion, food, and architecture. Whether you’re one of the few original, born and bred Angeleno’s, or you’ve moved cross country or continent, everybody has their own L.A Story.Join Dani Behr and Tara Joseph on their LA LA LANDED podcast, as th ...
 
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Today's program is the second of three dedicated to Schubert's "Winterreise" (Winter Journey) following the recent performance of the composer's song-cycle in Madrid by Austrian baritone Florian Boesch, accompanied on the piano by Justus Zeyen. Boesch is this season's "Resident Artist" in the Zarzuela Theater's Lieder Recital series. Of the song-cy…
 
Today's program begins with a brief update on Spanish news. Region elections in Cataluña showed a low turnout with a majority of votes going to the pro-independence parties. Nonetheless, the PSC, the Catalan branch of the governing Socialist Party, received the most votes and won the same number of seats in Parliament as the ERC, Esquerra Republica…
 
To mark the tenth anniversary of World Radio Day, proclaimed by UNESCO in 2011 and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012 as an International Day, we listen to some wonderful songs by great women singers, one Spanish and the rest American, most of whom have given concerts in Spain. Justin Coe has been fortunate enough to catch memor…
 
The Austrian baritone Florian Boesch was in Madrid recently to give a recital of Franz Schubert's "Winterreise" (Winter Journey) at the Zarzuela Theater. Made up of two dozen "Lieder" (songs), "Winterreise" is one of the Austrian composer's three great song-cycles, the other two being "Die Schöne Müllerin" (The Fair Maid of the Mill) and "Schwaneng…
 
Today's program features two works by Spanish composers performed by guitarist Zoran Dukic at a recital in Barcelona in February of 2020. We hear "Fantasía sonata," by Joan Manén (1883-1971), and "Sonata para guitarra," by Antonio José (1902-1936). Zoran Dukic was born in Zagreb in 1969 and studied guitar there and later in Germany under Hubert Käp…
 
In this second part in a two-part program, Justin Coe continues his conversation with top Spanish jazz and flamenco musician Jorge Pardo, who talks about his music and his new album of jazz standards, "Brooklyn Sessions," recorded in this borough of New York together with American pianist Gil Goldstein. Among the classic jazz tunes we hear in new a…
 
In this first part of a two-part program, Justin Coe talks to top Spanish jazz and flamenco musician Jorge Pardo about his music and his new album of jazz standards, "Brooklyn Sessions," recorded in this borough of New York together with American pianist Gil Goldstein. Among the classic jazz tunes we hear in new arrangements for flute and piano is …
 
We don't usually report much on US domestic news, but sometimes that news shocks the world, as was the case of the January 6 assault on the Capitol building in Washington D.C. Fired up by President Donald Trump's speech at a "Save America" rally, his followers stormed the seat of American democracy to halt the confirmation of electoral votes in the…
 
It doesn't usually snow in Madrid. But this year is different, and Madrid has been blanketed in white by the largest snowstorm to hit the city--and other parts of the country--in some 50 years. After talking about this snowy weather and listening to a few versions of one of the most famous songs ever to deal with snow and snowing, Amy Egan tells Ju…
 
Today's program features Christmas carols and choral and instrumental works from the 16th to the 19th centuries by Iberian composers Juan del Encina (1468 - 1529/30), Cristóbal Morales (1500 - 1553), Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548 - 1611), Francisco Guerrero (1528 - 1599), Gaspar Fernandes (c1570 - 1629), Juan Manuel de la Puente (1692 - 1753), and o…
 
Today's abbreviated program includes a brief look at some of the items in Spanish news these days. The Supreme Court continues to investigate the financial affairs of former King Juan Carlos I, who has been living in the United Arab Emirates since last August. Spain's parliament votes against opening an investigating committee into the former King …
 
Today's program begins with reports on the European Union's new targets for greenhouse gas emissions and programs to stem human-provoked climate change; troubled trade talks between the EU and Britain ahead of Brexit, and the missed deadline for the WTO to get major countries and blocs to stop subsidizing their fishing industry as 90 percent of the…
 
Today's program includes reports from the United Nations Global Humanitarian Overview for 2021 and from the World Meteorological Organization. The UN report addresses the greatest humanitarian challenge since the Second World War as the global recession aided by the Covid 19 pandemic devolves into a depression. Over the past year, the number of peo…
 
Julian Assange remains in Belmarsh Prison, awaiting the verdict in his extradiction trial. Should the British judge rule in favor of the US petition, as expected, Assange's defense team will appeal. The judge will announce her decision in February. In today's program we hear former ambassador Craig Murray, who speaks of the anomolies he observed ea…
 
Among the sectors hardest hit by the lay-offs and lockdowns resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic are those engaged in culture: theaters, cinemas, production companies, museums, performance companies and all those people working in them. A visit to The Prado these days offers the unheard of privilege of standing alone in front of Las Meninas, but af…
 
Today's program of current events includes reports on the crisis of government in Guatemala, three recent peasant massacres in Colombia, the secret negotiations between Israel and Saudi Arabia with the presence of the US Secretary of State in the midst of rumors of a US planned attack against Iran, the treatment refugees and migrants in France and …
 
The House of Xtravaganza is a publicly recognized house whose members are known for their cultural influence in community activism, nightlife, arts, dance, and so much more. In this tell all episode, hosts Dani Behr and Tara Joseph interview the beautiful and extravagant Gisele Alicea Xtravaganza, the Mother of the House of Xtravaganza. Gisele is a…
 
Fulfillment and happiness are what everyone from all ages and walks of life seek. Dani Behr and Tara Joseph take Lala Landed to a whole new level by inviting Rabbi Danny on to this episode that focuses on giving back, attaining ultimate happiness, and the truth behind a long-time myth! Rabbi Danny currently runs the Beverly Hills Jewish community c…
 
There are just not enough acting roles in Hollywood. For this reason, some take the road towards becoming a director. However, directing is not an easy feat either. Today’s guest has shown that with passion, perseverance, and drive, you can fulfill your dreams in abundance. Dani Behr and Tara Joseph sit down with successful young director, David Tr…
 
TARA SMITH IS A TOP HAIRSTYLIST TO THE STARS AND THE FOUNDER AND CREATOR OF THE TARA SMITH HAIRCARE LINE. IN THIS EPISODE, TARA JOINS DANI BEHR AND TARA JOSEPH AS SHE SHARES SOME OF HER EXPERIENCES WORKING WITH THE STARS IN LA AND AROUND THE WORLD. TARA TALKS ABOUT WORKING WITH PATRICIA ARQUETTE AND HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY OF BEING A HUMANITARIAN AN…
 
The flow of time is something that nobody has control over. Whether you do something or nothing at all, the years will still keep coming, and all you can do is a transition with the changes that come along the aging process. In this episode, Dani Behr and Tara Joseph face their years and talk about what has changed and what has remained the same. T…
 
A home is a place of solace, safety, and comfort. That is why it’s perfectly understandable that people want the interior of their homes designed as fashionable as possible according to their taste. In this episode, Dani Behr and Tara Joseph interview the President of Everick Brown Design, Everick Brown, and CEO Lisa Brown as they share their perso…
 
The United Kingdom’s Royal Family has always been one of the core foundations of British culture, and the time of succession grows near. In this episode, co-hosts Dani Behr and Tara Joseph discuss the different controversies the Royal Family is going through and give their insights, opinions, and concerns on matters concerning the present and the f…
 
Cancer treatment has been a struggle for many people and families that have loved ones suffering from this disease. That is why it is vital that we have organizations that further fund research about it as well as clinics that help those diagnosed with it. In this episode, Christine Romeo, director of communications for The Farrah Fawcett Foundatio…
 
It’s easy to criticize films and TV shows without knowing the hard work, time, and dedication put into it behind the scenes. In this episode, co-hosts Dani Behr and Tara Joseph talks about their company, Dantar Productions, and what they do in their daily lives as they explain the process behind TV production. They go into the details of the experi…
 
Are you looking to hone your skills as a screenwriter and a storyteller? Professional storyteller Heidi Hornbacher is a writer, producer, and director. In this episode, Heidi joins Dani Behr and Tara Joseph to talk about her passion for writing and how she shares her skills through PageCraft. From Italy to LA, Heidi and her husband, Carlo, have hel…
 
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