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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 includes reports on the latest Covid-19 vaccine to be shown highly effective in clinical trials; the political upheaval in Peru after police on Saturday killed two demonstrators protesting the ouster of former President Vizcarra in Congress and demanding his replacement's dismissal; the fighting and humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia w…
 
In today's look at current events, we begin with news from Spain as the High Court trial of alleged members of an Islamist terror cell behind the August 2017 attack in Barcelona begins. Other news includes the Moscow-brokered ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabaj, where fighting has been raging the past 40 days, but with Turkish power behind the Azerbaijan …
 
Before the polls opened in the US on Tuesday November 3, Spain's daily newspapers prepared readers here with analyses of the US elections. The world has been watching as warning of unrest and clear evidence of a divisiveness between the voters for the Republican, President Donald Trump and the Democrat, Joe Biden, both white men in the 70's, resoun…
 
Today's program looks at the rising tension created from the French government's radical defense of the publication and distribution of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad as freedom of expression and Englightenment values while millions of Muslims in France and around the world protest the lack of empathy for their religion, which considers such c…
 
Today's program focuses on current events in Latin America and Spain: beginning with the historic referendum in Chile, in which more than 78 percent of the population called for the creation of a citizen based constitutional convention to draft a new constitution replacing the Pinochet-era one which has prolonged many of the noxious social effects …
 
Today's program takes a brief look at current events on the US Presidential campaign trail, in the Nagorno Karabaj war zone, where a ceasefire declared last Saturday was never observed, and on the streets of Minsk and other cities in Belarus where anti-government protesters face fiercer crackdowns. Other news includes; Developments in the Covid-19 …
 
In this week's review of current events we look at the escalated fighting between Armenia and Azerbaiyan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, the continuing protests in Belarus and more recent protests over allegations of elections rigging, this time in Kyrguistan. In Latin America, ahead of the October 18 presidential elections in Bolivia…
 
Today's music program is dedicated to the memory of British classical guitarist Julian Bream, who died at the age of 87 this past August. Inspired by the music of Andrés Segovia, a young Julian Bream became a premier exponent of Spanish classical guitar, performing and transcribing pieces composed in the 18th century as well as contemporary composi…
 
The province of León in Spain is mostly rural, including the cluster of towns situated in the Órbigo river basin, and for decades now the area has suffered diminishing and aging populations and social neglect. The presence of an international festival of short films in this environment is as surprising as it is delightful, to both the visitor and t…
 
The extradition trial for Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, has resumed in England this week. The Australian journalist and publisher faces espionage charges in the United States and up to 175 years in prison for publishing secret documents containing evidence of US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as crimes against humanity elsew…
 
Today's program begins with the news, from Minsk to Kenosha, Caracas to Madrid. In Belarus the protests against President Lukashenko, accused of rigging the August 9 elections that gave him 80 percent of the vote for a sixth term in office, continue. So too, do the protests in the United States against police brutality and targeting of black people…
 
Today’s program focuses on developments in the Middle East following the US brokered accord between Israel and the United Arab Emirates to establish relations. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a brief tour of the region hoping more countries, particularly on the Persian Gulf, would follow suit. But an alliance with Israel against Iran, the maint…
 
Today's program features: music for the guitar by Francisco Tárrega, who lived from 1852 to 1909 and whose compositions, performances and teaching prepared the way for the rebirth of the guitar in the 20th century; and music for the piano by Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909), specifically, three movements from his evocative "Suite Iberia." Escuchar audio…
 
One of Spain’s most internationally successful jazz musicians is saxophonist Perico Sambeat, who hails from Valencia and whose interest in the genre took him to New York City. There he spent time living and studying jazz at the New School. We listen to tracks from Perico Sambeat's latest album, "Ofrenda," which means "offering". On this album, rele…
 
We begin today's program with a brief review of some of the stories in Spanish news, the whereabouts of the King Emeritus, the effect of the US tariffs on Spanish wine and olive oil, the rising number of Covid19 cases, and a demonstration in Madrid protesting against the public health and safety measures imposed to combat the pandemic. Then we focu…
 
Today's program features two reports on crises, long in the making, erupting in the midst of the pandemic. The first is on Lebanon a week after the Beruit port and much of the city was destroyed when more than 2,700 tons of ammonium nitrate left in a hangar unattended six years finally exploded. More than two hundred deaths, six thousand injured an…
 
Built in 1887 for an Exposition of the Philippines, then a Spanish colony, the Crystal Palace has born witness to the history of modern Spain. An essay by Catalan journalist Enric Juliana about the Retiro Park and the glass palace in it helps tell that history not only in terms of colonialism and independence but also of radicalism and moderation. …
 
Today's program is dedicated to the health care personnel in Spain, doctors, nurses, technicians, custodians, residents and others who saw this country through the worst health crisis it has seen in over a century. And it's not over yet. The labor conditions of Spain's medical professionals leave much to be desired: while the public health care sys…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread uncontrolled in the United States and Brazil while many countries in Europe, having imposed restrictions and confinements earlier in the year, find themselves facing new outbreaks. That is the case of Spain, and in particular, three regions - Aragón, Navarra and Catalonia. Norway and Britain have announced …
 
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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