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The English Language Broadcast of Radio Exterior de España has been on the air since 1944. Our broadcasts seek to inform listeners around the world about goings-on in Spain, as well as offer a Spanish perspective on world events.
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The Ticket Stub Podcast

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The Ticket Stub is a weekly movie talk show featuring 3 co-host; Chris, Conner and Dick. The Ticket Stub broadcast LIVE on Conroe’s FM 104.5/106.1 and worldwide at irlonestar.com and the Lone Star Internet Radio App. Listeners that are not able to listen live, are able to subscribe to The Ticket Stub on our podcast network. Which include Stitcher, iTunes and Google Play. The Ticket Stub is also produced on video format, which viewers can enjoy TTS on Youtube, Channel 12 “Our City TV” on Sudd ...
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Light Pollution News

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Join the Conversation on Light Pollution! Learn all about the issues surrounding light pollution, including everything from technical innovations to cultural resonance to ecological impacts to crime. Each month, Bill McGeeney keeps you up to date on the all the news around light pollution from the US and beyond!
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The ULTIMATE Home Improvement Podcast and Syndicated Radio Show. Eric Goranson “Eric G” and his contributors help homeowners and contractors tackle projects around the house. This is not your typical handyman show. This talk show will bring you everything from the latest home DIY project and building advice to current events and celebrity guests. You will hear from leading experts, your favorite home improvement stars and creators of exciting new technologies for your home. If you want to le ...
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In an abandoned steel mill on the shores of the 3 rivers the blast furnace still burns with doc rock at the helm Metal Shop 101 rises from the ashes forging out the best in the Pittsburgh rock & metal scene Doc Rock to the heavy metal scene in Pittsburgh, presents a picture that is far from the truth: arms sleeved with tattoos, hair in a mullet aka Joe Dirt, blue jeans, and a metal band t-shirt. But under that tough, bad boy exterior lives a man with a huge heart and a talent for bringing ou ...
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To get your questions answered by Eric G give us a call in the studio at 833-239-4144 24/7 and Eric G will get back to you and answer your question and you might end up in a future episode of Around the House. Thanks for listening to Around the house if you want to hear more please subscribe so you get notified of the latest episode as it posts at …
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It was buried in the news in February but the death date has been revealed for the top load washing machine, the gas dryer, and maybe even your electric clothes dryer. The date...March 28th 2028 is when the new energy standards will go into effect to make top load washing machines have the same water usage as a front load. That by default will elim…
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How do you build a democracy? Today, we're going to set out to answer that question quite literally, with architectural historian Manuel López. After the dictatorship, in the late 1970s and early 1990s, the regional Government of Valencia mobilized architects, planners, and graphic artists to devise a new public sphere, hoping to recover a local id…
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We dive into bathroom remodeling in this episode. We sat down with California Contractor and Designer Matt Plaskoff from One Week Bath. He also owns Plaskoff Construction. Plaskoff Construction serves the most discriminating homeowners in the Greater Los Angeles Area, providing Design and Build services and improving the homes of such notables as W…
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As housing gets more and more expensive and harder to get, many people start looking for a house that is in need of work so they can create their own dream home. One persons trash is another persons treasure as you can create something amazing from. This show is all about what to look for and where the problems might come up. You can find that home…
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After two weeks of students' protests in Spain, the CRUE (Conference of rectors of Spanish Universities) released a statement in announcing they would review their collaboration agreements with Israel, and suspend those with institutions that are not committed to safegurading the peace in the region. However, protests are expected to continue, as s…
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It has been more than four years since Brexit and two years and a half since the negotiations between Spain and the UK about Gibraltar began. Gibraltar is a small region in the south of Spain, sovereignty of the United Kingdom since 1713. It has been a point of contention between Spain and the United Kingdom for a long time, especially after the in…
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Eric has been looking for a robotic vacuum cleaner that will work with his two big dogs and mop and clean his floors? Did he find the ultimate cleaner? He talks about the Roborock S8 Max V Ultra unit in todays Weekday Special. Eric also chats with you about some of his latest home improvement videos and how to find them. Take a listen. To get your …
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Learning what risks we could need to face and how to face them is as important for individuals as it is for communities. Having this knowledge and being prepared, can help us avoid the economic, sanitary or social consequences these risks might bring. The British NGO Sense about Science is aware of the importance of leaning about risk factors and b…
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Andrew Brown might be well known as the Founder and CEO of Toolfetch but he is widely known as a strong voice for the trades and is putting in a great effort to right the ship of our massive trades gap that has lead to prices going up in housing and projects across the US. We sit down with Andrew and discuss what mistakes have been made and what we…
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With over 30 years of Kitchen and Bath Design under his belt Eric gives you the best tips to designing that kitchen and managing your remodel project from start to finish. Check it out all right here. To get your questions answered by Eric G give us a call in the studio at 833-239-4144 24/7 and Eric G will get back to you and answer your question a…
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This episode covers a range of home improvement topics, starting with a DIY Parable and the lessons we can learn from it. From there, Jeremiah Campbell from Brickworks Property Restoration discusses the importance of chimney sweeping. He focuses on the process involved, why it's critical for homeowners, and the potential dangers of neglected chimne…
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I am sure that many of you have heard about Lorca, Cernuda, Miguel Hernandez... The artists of the Generation of '27 were one of the most influential groups in the history of Spain. However, have you ever heard about Maruja Mallo, Maria Zambrano or Ernestina de Champourcin? The women from this generation were equally important and equally outstandi…
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Questions? Comments? Thoughts? Text Us! Host Bill McGeeney is joined by Shane Ludtke of the Actual Astronomy Podcast, Jeff Buler of the Aeroecology Lab at the University of Delaware, and Matthias Schmitt of Cedar Breaks National Monument. See Full Show Notes, Lighting Tips and more at LightPollutionNews.com. Like this episode, share it with a frien…
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Happy May Day! Today we are going to talk about my tips to finding a contractor and where to look and where you might just find the bad ones. All in this weeks Weekday Update special! To get your questions answered by Eric G give us a call in the studio at 833-239-4144 24/7 and Eric G will get back to you and answer your question and you might end …
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Rent prices have become one of the most impotant social problems in the last years. Prices have increased a 74.6% in the last 10 years, a number which is even bigger in cities like Madrid or Barcelona. Meanwhile, the average salary in Spain has only increased a 4% during that time. With these numbers it is no surprise that so many Spaniards struggl…
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We have a double header in todays episode. We start out talking about my tips to making your exterior projects hold up longer. You took all the time to build something but you really want it to last. Here are my tips to having it hold up for years to come. Then we sit down with Bill Godwin from Monument Grills. There are a ton of cool features on t…
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For a homeowner plumbing projects can be filled with problems. With home centers having products on the shelf that dont meet building code or even the bad information on the internet you can get headed out the wrong direction right at the start of the project. Here are my tips for starting a successful plumbing project. To get your questions answer…
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In this episode of the RepcoLite Home Improvement Show, sponsored by Benjamin Moore, Dan and Hailey dive into the concept of color drenching, a trending interior design approach where everything in a room is painted the same color, including walls, trim, and ceilings. They discuss its benefits, such as creating a cohesive environment and making spa…
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Today we're going to talk about a drug that's infamous amongst Britons in Spain: Nolotil. Over the past few years, this pain medication has been making headlines, accused of being particularly dangerous for British and Irish people here in Spain, causing side-effects that have, in some cases, lead to death. In fact, it's a medication that is banned…
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Spain's central bank is the Banco de España, and its archives contain decades of information about its branches, its buildings and its employees. And many of the documents, from the last quarter of the nineteenth century onwards, contain photographs. The archivists at the Banco de España have spent recent years cataloguing all the photographs found…
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It seems the last few years when products are forced to change with new laws it starts in the European Union. We saw that this last few years with the new Apple Iphone with the change to USB-C. Now it looks like they are at it again with our power tools and this might not be for the better if you have a higher end tool. Lets explore how that could …
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El Barrio de las letras is Madrid's literary district, full of history and paved with words of great Spanish authors... Literally. Felicity Hughes, writer for the new Lonely Planet Madrid tour guides, has just written a book all about the neighbourhood explaining its history and its authors. She joins us in the studio, along with David Price, Engli…
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There are a lot of things you can do Around the House to make your yard a lot heathier and all while using less water than you might have last year. Technology is getting so much better and its leading to a better looking exterior. Here are my tricks to keeping that yard and garden looking good this spring. Check out the videos on our Around the Ho…
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Housing is getting harder and harder in many parts of the US to afford. With interest rates higher than in decades and prices for housing skyrocketing we are seeing younger generations (and everyone else) have HUGE roadblocks to homeownership. There is a lot of common sense things we can do to make this more affordable for people to get into owning…
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In this episode of the RepcoLite Home Improvement Show, Dan and Hailey, talk about the steps necessary to prepare a stenciled wall for paint. The conversation also covers trends in outdoor spaces for 2024, highlighting pavers, walls, and patio design, with an emphasis on creating comfortable and stylish outdoor living areas. Finally, they discuss t…
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This year, eighteen masterpieces from the Prado Museum's collection will be seen in museums in different regions all around Spain. Works from painters such as Murillo, Velázquez, Rubens and el Greco. In today's broadcast we talk to the Prado Museum's Manager of Preservation, Víctor Cajeao, to learn more about this project, which has the support of …
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4.19.24 - Texas Ticket on Lone Star Community Radio Special Guests Suzanne's Band!! https://suzannesband.com/ https://www.instagram.com/suzannesband/ With your host Armando Nino of Golakeconroe Co - Host Megan Davis with American Financial Network Inc https://www.facebook.com/megan.coward.1 https://www.instagram.com/megan2586 Texas Ticket is sponso…
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In Andalucía, the southern-most region of Spain, the city of Seville has come alive for the springtime Feria de Abril, the April Fair. This week-long celebration with medieval roots begins every year soon after Holy Week and is one of the the biggest event of the year for Seville-natives. Sevillanas, flamenco, casetas, bullfighting, horse-drawn car…
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In some states people that have moved into homes that are not theirs or should not be there have started to change the rental landscape. If you are thinking about buying a rental for additional income this show might be for you. If you are a renter this could open your eyes to new problems happing all across the country. What can you do to fix it? …
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A few weeks ago a Spanish judge ordered the closing of Telegram in Spain, an instant messagging platform with more than 8 million users in the country. This decision came after a complaint from media organizations Mediaset, Atresmedia and Movistar Plus, accusing the platforms of allowing users to share copyrighted content. The order sparked a wave …
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I sit down with Aaron Brundage from System Pavers to talk about creating that backyard oasis. There is a lot that goes into backyard projects and these are his tips and tricks to make it look its best. Sometimes these projects can be a great DIY project or you want to hire the pros to do it for you. Either way this episode is for you. Plus we talk …
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There are plenty of people out there trying to scam homeowners and renters out of their hard earned money. There are a ton of great contractors that are trying to help people out. How do you find the right ones and where are the scammers lurking? We talk about that and so much more in todays Around the House Show. To get your questions answered by …
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This episode covers the introduction of Woodluxe, a new exterior stain from Benjamin Moore, ideal for wood exteriors such as siding, fences, and decks. Also, Dan talks about how the winter blues are impacting his creativity and productivity at home and work. However, a recent visit to Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park turned out to be the …
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