This week we talk about how Covid-19 is affecting Spaniards and discuss a judicial inquiry into the apparent abuse of a competitor of ‘Gran Hermano’
This week we speak to Guillermo Abril, the journalist who wrote a recent article based on interviews with supporters of the far-right party, and who left no one indifferent.
WBEZ Chicago’s eight-part series tells the stories of a number of American women who claim to have been drugged and assaulted by a tour guide named Manuel Blanco Vela
This week, we take a look at how a Spanish actor and activist ended up in court for a Facebook post and examine the limits of free speech in Spain.
This week, we discuss the findings of a UN expert on the severe levels of inequality in the country and how a social worker managed to collect social security payments from a deceased man.
This week, we speak to EL PAÃS correspondent Jaime Santirso, who was evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan last week, and recount the drone sightings and the emergency landing in the Spanish capital on Monday.
This week we discuss the impact of Brexit on Britons living in Spain and why some tenants may pay as little as â¬ 7 per month for an apartment in the capital.
This week we discuss the latest court case covering the events of 2017 in Catalonia and take a look at the far-right Vox party’s plan to give parents full control over their children’s education.
This week we are talking about Pedro SÃ¡nchez who was re-elected Prime Minister and the unlikely story of an infamous Spanish ram who was hired by the Chinese Mafia to steal valuable works of art.
This week, we chat with Brits in Spain whose lives will be affected by the Conservatives’ re-election in the recent polls, and look at initiatives to keep local water points open in deserted parts of the country.
This week, we discuss Spain’s most notorious suspected fraudster and examine the death of Marta Calvo, whose body was dismembered and disposed of by a man she met online.
This week we discuss the antics inside the lower house when newly elected lawmakers were sworn in and how a submersible with 3,000 kilograms of cocaine on board was captured in Galicia.
This week, we discuss the far-right party’s denial of gender-based violence and other controversial positions, and examine why thousands of fish washed up in Europe’s largest saltwater lagoon.
This week we are discussing – what else? – the results of Sunday’s repeated poll and the surprise deal between Pedro SÃ¡nchez and Pablo Iglesias that paves the way for a coalition
This week, we discuss Spain’s five-candidate runner-up on national television on Monday night and take a look at how high-profile rape cases galvanized women into the fight against sexual abuse.