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San Estanislao, Paraguay

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Spanish

Contact:

Avda. Mariscal López y Bernardino Caballero San Estanislao San Pedro Paraguay +595 (43) 203-304


Episodes

English language broadcast - Panorama: Spain - 18/01/18

1/18/2018
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In today's program on current events here in Spain, the focus is on three issues: the constitution of the new Catalan Parliament following the December 21st elections in which the pro-Independence parties won a majority but still have 8 deputies in prison or self-imposed exile; the court hearings in two major corruption cases, the "Palau de la Música" case involving the formerly governing Catalan nationalist party CDC and a kickbacks for contracts scheme and the Gürtel case involving the...

Duration: 00:33:09


English Language Broadcast - Panorama - 16/01/18

1/16/2018
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In today's program we look at some recent events and the status of evolving crises: the oil spill left by the Iranian tanker Sanchi after its collision in waters off China and Japan, described as an environmental disaster; suicide bombings in Baghdad leave dozens dead; Palestinians reject US mediation in the dormant "peace process" after the US isolates itself internationally in its recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, and more. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:31:05


English language broadcast - Best spanish pop songs - 12/01/18

1/12/2018
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Today's selection of Spanish pop includes two especially clever rumbas by two of the country's most acclaimed singer-songwriters, 19 días y 300 noches by Joaquín Sabina and En un mercedes blanco by Kiko Veneno. We also play emblematic tunes from the 1980's, such as Resistiré by Duo Dinámico, Groenlandia by Los zombies, and Arponera by Esclarecidos. From the 90's, Dover's Devil Came to Me, and Ray Heredia's moving Alegria de vivir. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:31:55


English language broadcast - Panorama & more coplas - 11/01/18

1/11/2018
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Today's program features a report on the latest events regarding the formation of a regional government in Catalonia and a look at some of the news regarding Libya, in domestic turmoil since the 2011 NATO-backed ousting and murder of leader Muamar Qadafi and a hotspot for migration to Europe since the EU-Turkey accord blocked that route. The program ends with two coplas performed by the Catalan cantaor Miguel Poveda. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:31:35


English language broadcast - Spain's Congressional Committee on the financial crisis - 10/01/18

1/10/2018
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The Congressional committee investigating the origins of the financial crisis in Spain began its hearings this week with the testimony of former conservative economy minister, former managing director of the International Monetary Fund and former chief of Caja Madrid and Bankia, Rodrigo Rato. The former politician and banker blamed the Socialist administration and his own former colleague and current conservative economy minister Luis de Guindos for the crisis and collapse of Bankia, which...

Duration: 00:30:59


English Language Broadcast - Panorama & la copla - 09/01/18

1/9/2018
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Today's program focuses on reports within Spain, on the situation in Catalonia, pending the first sesión of the regional parliament following the December 21st elections; on the chaos on the country's highways after a weekend's snowfall; on migrants at Spain's detention centers, and more. That's followed by two versions of one of the most beautiful coplas in the extensive repertoir of this classic Spanish ballad: Ojos verdes, Green Eyes. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:30:45


English language broadcast - Adam Kent & Ernesto Halffter - 27/12/17

12/27/2017
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Today's program features the music of 20th century Spanish composer Ernesto Halffter and an interview with the pianist performing Halffter's pieces, Adam Kent, who was in Madrid this month for a concert and spoke to us about his work with Spanish composers. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:31:50


English language broadcast - 16th-18th C. Spanish Music for the Holidays - 23/12/17

12/23/2017
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Today's program features choral music, masses and villancicos by composers Cristóbal de Morales, Francisco Guerrero, and Tomás Luis de Victoria, as well as special songs from "New Spain" - now Mexico, sung in the original indiginous language and a popular Catalan carol. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:29:25


English language broadcast - Popular spanish Christmas carols - 22/12/17

12/22/2017
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Today's program features a variety of "villancicos" or Christmas carols from different regions in Spain, Andalusia, the Canary Islands, Cataluña, but most if not all of these popular songs can be Heard throughout the country during these holidays. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:30:38


English language broadcast - ¡A las barricadas! Part II - 19/12/17

12/19/2017
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Alfredo González publisher and editor of Ediciones Antorcha and the magazine Tierra y Libertad, was in the studio to tell some of the history behind the songs he compiled for the CD ¡A las barricadas! anarchist songs in Spanish from both sides of the Atlantic. While in Part I, Alfredo told us about the history behind the CD's title track and the contest that led to the creation of the anarchist anthem, plus more, in Part II, he talks about the "red angel" and the many versions of the...

Duration: 00:34:29


English language broadcast - ¡A las barricadas! Part I - 15/12/17

12/15/2017
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Alfredo González, editor and publisher of Ediciones Antorcha and the magazine Tierra y Libertad, joins me in the studio to talk about the recompilation of songs for the CD ¡A las barricadas! he has recently released. The CD recovers historic recordings of anarchist and libertarian songs in Spanish from both sides of the Atlantic. In this first selection, Alfredo explains some of the history behind these wonderful songs. You can hear part two on Tuesday December 19. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:33:04


English Language Broadcast - Panorama - 07/12/17

12/7/2017
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Today's program includes an update on the Catalan regional elections to be held on December 21st, as well as reports on the presidential elections in Honduras, the UN Human Rights findings on the situation of the Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, and the US Secretary of State's visit to Europe, plus much more. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:32:17


English Language Broadcast - Panorama & Miguel Hernández - 05/12/17

12/5/2017
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The first half of today's program takes a look at some current events in Spain and the world: Catalonia on the eve of the campaign for the December 21st elections and the difficulty of counting the casualties in the wars in Syria and Iraq, among them. In the second half of the program we remember the Spanish poet Miguel Hernández who died in prison during the dictatorship 75 years ago. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:33:37


English language broadcast - Panorama II - 30/11/17

11/30/2017
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North Korea launches a new ballistic missile and declares itself a nuclear power after months of protesting the joint US-South Korean military exercises. The US promises still harsher sanctions. In Spain, the taxi strike in protest against Cabify and Uber exposes a legal vacume, and the incidence of violent episodes by right wing extremists is addressed in parliament. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:37:30


English language broadcast - Panorama - 28/11/17

11/28/2017
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Today's program includes reports on the still-unclaimed terrorist attack in Egypt's north Sinai where more than 300 people were killed, the meeting of 40 defense ministers in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, and the transport deal signed by Iran and Turkey with Qatar to counter its Saudi-led isolation. Also, up-dates on the situation in Catalonia as it prepares for the December 21st regional elections, and more. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:33:39


English language broadcast - Another selection of spanish guitar - 24/11/17

11/24/2017
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In today's program we listen to pieces by the 17th century composer Gaspar Sanz, and by Jose de Nebra Blasco, of the 18th century, as well as by Julian Arcas, with whom Francisco Tarrega studied in the latter half of the 19th century. Additionally, we hear the Tonadillas by Joaquín Rodrigo. And more. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:30:42


English language broadcast - Panorama - 23/11/17

11/23/2017
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After 37 years in power, Robert Mugabe has resigned as President of Zimbabwe; Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has returned to Beruit and agreed to suspend his announced resignation for talks; Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnia Serb commander has been found guilty of 10 out of 11 charges at the International Criminal Tribunal at The Hague and has been given a life sentence for genocide and other crimes against humanity. That, the on-going drought in Spain and more. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:32:37


English language broadcast - Borja Cabada - 22/11/17

11/22/2017
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Today's guest, Borja Cabada, is a young Spanish author, illustrator and story-developer for television and cinema who has spent much of his career in the United States, starting as a Fulbright Scholar in Chicago. He joins me in the studio to talk about his first book, El sonido de Atlantis (The Sound of Atlantis) which won the Logroño Fiction Award for Emerging Writers and about his work in Los Angeles in film development and screenwriting. Escuchar audio

Duration: 00:32:27


English Language Broadcast - Panorama - 21/11/17

11/21/2017
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In today's program we report on the unexpected death of Spain's Attorney General, José Manuel Maza, during a working visit to Argentina, Mr. Maza headed the prosecution of the secessionists in Catalonia; we also report the rising number of African migrants crossing the Mediterranean into Spain, with the tragic increase in the number of deaths at sea. The situation in Lebanon, following Sunday's meeting of the Arab League at Saudi Arabia's request and pending Prime Minister Saad Hariri's...

Duration: 00:32:40


English language broadcast - Saudi Arabia & Lebanon - 17/11/17

11/17/2017
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Today's program focuses on recent events in Saudi Arabia and the crisis in Lebanon. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced his resignation earlier this month from Riyadh, in a recorded broadcast on Saudi state TV, seen by many as an attempt by Saudi Arabia to destablize Lebanon. The Lebanes President has accused the Saudi Kingdom of hold Hariri hostage and demands his reléase. At the same time, dozens of leading business men and members of the Saudi Royal family have been rounded up...

Duration: 00:32:26

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