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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.
 
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DANI BEHR AND TARA JOSEPH

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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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In today's broadcast, after a look at the news, we talk to Amy Fajardo, the Colombian film director of an award-winning short film from Spain's Luna de Cortos international film festival. A trained musician, composer and conductor who works in Madrid in sound production and scoring for films, Amy Fajardo talks, among other things, about her decisio…
 
In today's broadcast, after a brief look at the news, we visit our archives and recover an interesting interview from ten years ago with visiting American philosopher Charles Siewert. Dr. Siewert, who teaches at Rice University, in Houston, Texas, sets us straight on some basic points concerning one of the oldest areas of human intellectual endeavo…
 
November 22nd is the feast day of Saint Cecilia, patron saint of musicians and music, and after a look at the news our broadcast features performances by the British early music vocal ensemble Stile Antico, who have been in Madrid for a concert of works by Renaissance composer Josquin des Prez and his contemporaries. And we close with the rather di…
 
After the news, today's broadcast features a report on the so-called Germans of Denia, Nazis who fled to Spain after the Second World War and who were welcomed and protected by the Franco regime. We also take a look at--and a listen to--the British-born singer-songwriter Jeanette, who sings in Spanish. Escuchar audio…
 
After a glance at the news today's broadcast features a report from our Middle East correspondent, Elsa Yazbek, on the crisis in relations between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, a look at an exhibition currently running in Barcelona of works by the controversial and successful artist known as Banksy, and then a new edition of our DX program, in which we…
 
U.S. and Canadian agencies are hosting a webinar on chemical contamination in Lake Huron. A Renew Michigan project viewer provides an easy way to view cleanup and redevelopment projects in Michigan. Environmental groups are applauding recent passage of a House bill with Great Lakes water infrastructure and restoration.…
 
After our newscast, we talk to Madrid author and documentary filmmaker Jacobo Rivero, who has just presented his new book about the American city of New Orleans, entitled Bulbancha: Música, calle y resistencias desde New Orleans, (Bulbancha: Music, the Street, and Resistence in New Orleans), published by Clave Intelectual. Rivero has visited and sp…
 
After a quick look at current events in Spain, we visit a bookstore in Alcalá de Henares, the town just east of Madrid where Spain's great writer Miguel de Cervantes was born. There, we discover how a new generation of booksellers is continuing and modernizing a family business, the Librería Capitel. We also remember one of Spain's first urban stre…
 
Today's broadcast is a musical one. First, we listen to the final movement of the central work on "Reflections", the new album of Spanish cellist Pablo Ferrández, which was released earlier this year on Sony Classical. Afterwards, we remember Georgie Dann, a Paris-born musician whose voice became a symbol of the Spanish summer throughout the sevent…
 
Singing a song is not only a good way to learn a language, it can also help preserve the language. Spanish composer and musician Sonia Megías spoke with us about her recent work in El Salvador where she has been working to help recover the autochthonous language Nahúat. Thanks to her many collaborators, Sonia was able to record songs in the field, …
 
The Reina Sofía art museum in Madrid is currently hosting the first retrospective of the works of German photographer Michael Schmidt since his death, and in this broadcast Amy Egan talks to the exhibition's curator,Thomas Weski, about the photographer's life and career. Escuchar audio
 
After a look at current events, today's broadcast features the fourth and final program in our mini-series on Spanish and US relations during the Cold War. The United States became particularly interested in Spain during the last years of the Franco regime, from 1969 to 1975. They were tumultuous years, and the Nixon and Ford administrations were c…
 
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is taking public comment on an exterior firewood quarantine. An MSU study examines the potential impact of community solar. The U.S. Coast Guard has selected Lake Superior Statue University as the hub for Great Lakes Expertise.By Delta College Public Radio
 
After touching on current events in Spain, the third program in our mini-series on Spanish and US relations during the Cold War takes a look at Washington's difficult balancing act, between its strategic military accord with the Franco dictatorship and its need, in view of future relations, to win the hearts and minds of Spanish democrats. The prog…
 
We talk to Spanish singer-songwriter Javier García Vicente about his eclectic album "Tales of a Solitary Tree." Born in Madrid and now living in the Netherlands, Javier García Vicente's second album under his own name is surprisingly international, with lyrics in four different languages and songs performed by singers and musicians of half a dozen …
 
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