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Adventures in Luxury Travel
25. Spain | Museums in Madrid, professional soccer, Gaudi in Barcelona, hiking, rooftop bars and pools, world class dining in San Sebastian and exploring the islands

Adventures in Luxury Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 55:41


Spain is a country near and dear to my heart, as I lived there for a year on our family sabbatical with my teens. Join Nigel and me as we talk about traveling to Spain and share active, culinary, and cultural highlights.   We'll share our favorite hotels, including Puente Romano, Belmond La Residencia, and the new Four Seasons Madrid. And we'll tell you about some of our favorite local experiences like relaxing in El Retiro Park and on Marbella's beaches, tasting tapas on terrazas and cocktails on rooftops, and hiking in the Sierra Nevada. Spain is also known for its world-class art and architecture, which you can see in the museums of Madrid, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, and the famous work of Gaudi in Barcelona. We'll take you to the white Andalucian villages of the south and the impressive Alhambra.   Visit truvaytravel.com/25 for a video of today's show and additional resources.

A vivir que son dos días
Las edades de Millás | Malditos chistes

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 49:54


Desde el Festival JA! Bilbao, Juan José Millás y Javier del Pino reflexionan sobre la cultura del chiste y la mala consideración social en la que han caído. Además, Antonio Castelo ha iniciado el reencuentro de A vivir con el público con un monólogo. Y Pere Aznar se ha atrevido con el género maldito de los humoristas, el chiste. Nos acompaña el anfitrión, Juan Bas, codirector del Festival JA! Bilbao.

Humor en la Cadena SER
Las preguntas de Broncano y Burque | Especial Bilbao | ¿Qué pasa con los divorcios?

Humor en la Cadena SER

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 48:01


Según el Instituto Nacional de Estadística, en el año 2020, en Vizcaya hubo más divorcios y separaciones que matrimonios: 1940 divorcios y 1910 matrimonios. En Bilbao pasa algo con los divorcios, por eso Burque pregunta a los bilbaínos qué tal les va en el amor. Además, hablamos con Juncal Martínez de las Heras, sexóloga y bilbaína. Para romper las estadísticas hablamos con los todopoderosos Arturo González-Campos y Rodrigo Cortés.Hacemos un concurso para ver qué es lo más representativo de la gastronomía vasca, el marmitako o el bacalao. Probamos los de Estibalith Dorrego Lavandera y Harry Ernesto Rangel Hernández, propietario y cocinero del restaurante Batzoki Bilbo Zaharra, que nos ha traído marmitako y Paul Ibarra, copropietario y jefe de cocina del restaurante Los Fueros, que ha traído bacalao al pil pil y bacalao club ranero. 

A vivir que son dos días
Las preguntas de Broncano y Burque | Especial Bilbao | ¿Qué pasa con los divorcios?

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 48:01


Según el Instituto Nacional de Estadística, en el año 2020, en Vizcaya hubo más divorcios y separaciones que matrimonios: 1940 divorcios y 1910 matrimonios. En Bilbao pasa algo con los divorcios, por eso Burque pregunta a los bilbaínos qué tal les va en el amor. Además, hablamos con Juncal Martínez de las Heras, sexóloga y bilbaína. Para romper las estadísticas hablamos con los todopoderosos Arturo González-Campos y Rodrigo Cortés.Hacemos un concurso para ver qué es lo más representativo de la gastronomía vasca, el marmitako o el bacalao. Probamos los de Estibalith Dorrego Lavandera y Harry Ernesto Rangel Hernández, propietario y cocinero del restaurante Batzoki Bilbo Zaharra, que nos ha traído marmitako y Paul Ibarra, copropietario y jefe de cocina del restaurante Los Fueros, que ha traído bacalao al pil pil y bacalao club ranero. 

A vivir que son dos días
Especial Bilbao | Loros con nombre de entrenador y viñetas dibujadas por niñas

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 46:20


En una edición especial desde el Festival JA! Bilbao, nuestros humoristas gráficos y corresponsales, Manu Entrialga, Iñigo Domínguez y Julio Rey, han ojeado en un repaso la prensa local de Euskadi. Además, han contado con la presencia de tres niñas, Uxue Rodríguez, Jimena Rodríguez y Adriana Rodríguez, ganadoras de un concurso de humor gráfico. Y por último, una invitada especial, la lora Camacho que ha traído Patxi Álvaro de Tiendas El Almacén. 

A vivir que son dos días
Las edades de Millás | Malditos chistes desde Bilbao

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 49:03


Desde el Festival JA! Bilbao, Juan José Millás y Javier del Pino reflexionan sobre la cultura del chiste y la mala consideración social en la que han caído. Además, Antonio Castelo ha iniciado el reencuentro de A vivir con el público con un monólogo. Y Pere Aznar se ha atrevido con el género maldito de los humoristas, el chiste. Nos acompaña el anfitrión, Juan Bas, codirector del Festival JA! Bilbao.

El Washington Post
Afganistán, los militares y Biden. Las gasolineras en el Reino Unido. Ibai Llanos

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 19:03


Los militares contradicen en el Senado la versión de Biden. ¿Cómo queda el presidente? Hablamos con Alina Dieste, de la Agencia France Presse. Del Reino Unido hablamos con Íñigo Gurruchaga, de "El Correo" de Bilbao. Y de Ibai Llanos, con Diego Salazar

Podcast El Programa de Sita Abellán
EPSA is Burning S10 E03 - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Podcast El Programa de Sita Abellán

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 138:00


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Esta vez Albertito estaba de viaje, visitando Bilbao, en busca de nuevas minitxisteras para las cabezas de los invitados al EPSA Podcast Party en La Casa Encendida que se celebra ya en cuestión de una semana. Su micrófono lo agarró Juan Flahn para contar al mundo y a nosotras su reciente conversión al Universo chispeante de la Rupoya, lo que se siente al entrar por la puerta de RDRE y encontrarse la Cueva de ALibabá Original. El Volcán en La Palma está en fase explosiva, y claro, algo contagioso tendrá lo telúrico, porque el exilio de EPSA sigue pilpillean. Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Podcast El Programa de Sita Abellán. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/30132

Biodynamic Guild
Ep 13, Sebastián Bilbao: Social Threefolding, Cryptocurrency and DAOs

Biodynamic Guild

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 52:57


Sebastián is an Anthroposophist who encountered Steiner's World Economy Course at the height of the subprime mortgage crisis, which coincided with the appearance of blockchain technology. Since then he has advocated Rudolf Steiner's socioeconomic legacy via online courses, documentary films and emerging financial technologies as a way to mitigate future social tensions.You can find Sebastián at econosophia.org and Econoshophia on Vimeo.com and Medium.com

Por fin no es lunes
¿Cómo es el cable submarino de Google que conecta Bilbao con EEUU?

Por fin no es lunes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 14:36


Mario Viciosa, desde Bilbao, nos explica en 'Divulga que algo queda' las conexiones intercontinentales por debajo del mar. En 'Por fin no es lunes' descubrimos cómo son y para qué funcionan. Además, resolvemos la duda de la semana: ¿Por qué tenemos 5 dedos (y no más)? 

Carrusel Deportivo
El Sanedrín | Análisis de la polémica expulsión de Joao Félix y de la falta de gol del Atlético de Madrid | Audio | Cadena SER

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 36:21


Revive el 'Sanedrín' del último tramo de Carrusel Deportivo en el que Kiko, Javier Matallanas, Miguel Martín Talavera y Aitor Larrazabal analizaron el empate entre Atlético de Madrid y Athletic Club de Bilbao

El Larguero
El Sanedrín | Análisis de la polémica expulsión de Joao Félix y de la falta de gol del Atlético de Madrid | Audio | Cadena SER

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 36:21


Revive el 'Sanedrín' del último tramo de Carrusel Deportivo en el que Kiko, Javier Matallanas, Miguel Martín Talavera y Aitor Larrazabal analizaron el empate entre Atlético de Madrid y Athletic Club de Bilbao

Fuera de Juego
Athletic ahonda en los problemas del Atlético

Fuera de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 29:58


Los expertos de Fuera de Juego debaten acerca de la actuación del cuadro colchonero, que no pudo romper el cero ante los de Bilbao y que se quedó con 10 jugadores por la expulsión de Joao Félix.

Carrusel Deportivo
Los Partidos de la Jornada | Atlético de Madrid - Athletic Club de Bilbao | 2ª Parte

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 56:44


Partido de la Jornada 5 de La Liga 2021/22

Carrusel Deportivo
Los Partidos de la Jornada | Atlético de Madrid - Athletic Club de Bilbao | 1ª Parte

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 47:47


Partido de la Jornada 5 de La Liga 2021/22

Julia en la onda
"Beste aldea", la exposición fotográfica de Valverde que muestra lo que significa el fútbol para la gente

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 5:43


El ex técnico de Athletic, Valencia o Barça, Ernesto Valverde, presenta en Bilbao una exposición de su obra de fotografías sobre situaciones especiales que le motivaron de las hinchadas del fútbol

Fuera de Juego
Athletic, nuevo líder de LaLiga

Fuera de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 29:59


Los expertos de Fuera de Juego analizan la victoria del cuadro de Bilbao ante Mallorca, que lo coloca en la punta del campeonato, a la espera de lo que suceda en la jornada dominical en España.

FitMan Power | Fitness, nutrición, entrenamiento y
Ep193. Alimentación infantil. Qué hacer si mi hijo no come nada. Con Tania Clemente

FitMan Power | Fitness, nutrición, entrenamiento y

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 53:26


Descuento PALEOBULL (10% código FITMAN): https://fitmanpower.com/paleobull Hoy tenemos la segunda parte del podcast con Tania Clemente. Si en la primera parte hablamos sobre "Cómo perder peso comiendo lo mismo que tu familia" hoy vamos a hablar sobre cómo mejorar la alimentación de nuestros hijos: para que te faciliten el cambio a ti, pero, sobre todo, por su salud. Concretamente tratamos temas como: - Cómo hacer que tu hijo coma lo mismo que el resto de la familia - Qué hacer si mi hijo come poco - Cómo hacer que tus hijos coman menos ultraprocesados - Importancia de la lactancia materna - Cómo pasar de la lactancia a la alimentación complementaria - Baby Led Weaning: una alternativa a las papillas MÁS SOBRE TANIA: https://taniaclemente.com CONTENIDO RECOMENDADO - El cerebro del niño - Daniel J. Siegel (https://amzn.to/2W1Xz7n) - Libros de Álvaro Bilbao: https://amzn.to/3gkWUEL - Juegos Mindfulness - Susan Kaiser: https://amzn.to/3AYomAc - Fitness Revolucionario - Soy como como - Slow Food RevolutionHoy

Chiffonlepodcast
Les mystères de la joaillerie éthique avec Patricia Pereda

Chiffonlepodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 27:43


Depuis deux ou trois ans, on voit fleurir des marques de joaillerie qui prône une fabrication éthique. Le terme étant très à la mode, j'ai cherché à essayer de comprendre ce qui se cache derrière ce genre de bijoux. À cet effet, j'ai rencontré Patricia Pereda, la créatrice de la toute jeune marque Rosa Maïtea. Originaire de Bilbao, a été pendant des années directrice de l'image et de fabrication d'une grande marque de joaillerie française. Au cours de cet épisode, cette jeune femme pétillante et passionnée nous présente les coulisses de la fabrication de ses bijoux et nous explique que cela ne se fait pas sans difficultés. https://rosamaitea.com Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

FitMan Power | Fitness, nutrición, entrenamiento y
Ep192. PERDER PESO comiendo lo MISMO que tu FAMILIA. Con Tania Clemente

FitMan Power | Fitness, nutrición, entrenamiento y

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 43:22


Descuento PALEOBULL (10% código FITMAN): https://fitmanpower.com/paleobull Hoy traemos al podcast a Tania Clemente: dietista especializada en alimentación infantil y en familia, instructora de mindfulness en la infancia y creadora de varias formaciones como "Alimenta tu Hogar". En el podcast de hoy hablaremos sobre cómo llevar una dieta de pérdida de peso cuando vives en familia, algo que supone un obstáculo para muchos. Concretamente tratamos temas como: - Cómo realizar un cambio de hábitos en familia - Qué hacer si tu familia no está dispuesta a cambiar - Cómo organizar las comidas de la semana - Consejos para ajustar las cantidades a tus necesidades - ¿Cómo incluyo platos de cuchara en una dieta de pérdida de grasa? MÁS SOBRE TANIA: https://taniaclemente.com CONTENIDO RECOMENDADO - El cerebro del niño - Daniel J. Siegel (https://amzn.to/2W1Xz7n) - Libros de Álvaro Bilbao: https://amzn.to/3gkWUEL - Juegos Mindfulness - Susan Kaiser: https://amzn.to/3AYomAc - Fitness Revolucionario - Soy como como - Slow Food Revolution Compromiso de Bezoya: https://www.bezoya.es/compromiso-bezoya/

Debate Directo
La ONU admite la politización de la Justicia española - Debate Directo

Debate Directo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 101:21


Hoy comenzamos hablando sobre el dictamen del Comité de Derechos Humanos de la ONU respecto a Baltasar Garzón. El organismo aprecia que se vulneró la presunción de inocencia de Garzón durante el jucio que terminó con su expulsión de la carrera judicial por prevaricación. De esta forma, la Justicia española aparece como vulneradora de derechos fundamentales y su sentencia como una represalia por sostener determinadas posiciones políticas. Como segundo tema del día, hablamos sobre Afganistán. Han ido pasando los días y la información sobre qué ha pasado y qué está pasando en Afganistán se va consolidando. La rápida toma del poder por parte de los talibanes. El colapso casi inmediato del anterior régimen. Las dramáticas huidas del país. Una terrible tragedia. Con José Luís Carretero y Pedro García-Bilbao. Conduce Juan Carlos Barba. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

New Books in the American West
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in American Studies
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast
La Liga Week 2 Review: Barcelona Fall Flat vs Bilbao/Real Madrid's Wild Battle Against Levante

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 70:24


Join the boys for week 2 La Liga action as Barcelona and Real Madrid both comeback and salvage draws, scoring some brilliant goals in the process. Payton discusses Barcelona's dreary performance against a ravenous Athletic Bilbao side in the San Mames (6:20), and Mark relives an absolutely bananas six-goal Battle with the Bats as Real Madrid somehow manage a point in what will surely end up as one of the games of the season (35:05).

Stateside Abroad
Barça's Defense, Mourinho's Roma, Pumas End Drought, Stuttgart's ST Search + Bradley-LAFC Divorce

Stateside Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 71:15


Gerard Pique's injury had Barcelona reeling against Bilbao, and I discuss the various options including Emerson and Frenkie de Jong that Ronald Koeman has to rescue his backline. Plus, Mourinho's Italian return, Bob Bradley & LAFC's potential split, Stuttgart's key transfer decisions, Pumas + Puebla's striker issues, Ronaldo's future, Andy Delort to Nice, Vinicius vs. Hazard, Gremio, Corinthians, and much, much more. To receive access to bonus episodes & support the show, visit: patreon.com/statesideabroad Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts, clips & other videos: youtube.com/c/statesideabroadpodcast & youtube.com/c/statesideabroadclips To follow and interact on your favorite platform, visit linktr.ee/statesideabroad Table of Contents 00:00:00 Barcelona's Defense 00:13:05 LAFC's Future 00:26:50 Last Week of Transfer Window 00:38:15 Roma's Mentality 00:43:54 Allegri + Fragile Juve 00:48:27 Pumas' Scoring Issues 00:52:49 Kalajdzic Injury + Stuttgart STs 00:57:59 Delort to Nice or Monaco 01:01:24 Vinicius vs Hazard 01:03:36 Borja + Gremio 01:05:16 Corinthians 01:06:57 MLS All-Star 01:08:58 CSKA - Zenit --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support

Nutmeg Magazine
E65 - From Blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu: The Basque Refugee Children Who Became Footballers

Nutmeg Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 28:21


Opening our new strand of podcast documentaries, Daniel Gray tells the incredible tale of the Basque refugee children exiled to Britain during the Spanish Civil War who became professional footballers. Theirs is a compelling, life-affirming story of heartbreak, horror and heroism, and a journey from blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu via Ibrox, Guernica, Alf Ramsey and László Kubala. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop Please help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

ESPN Radio Fórmula
Real Madrid irreconocible

ESPN Radio Fórmula

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 47:35


Heriberto Murrieta, Ciro Procuna, John Sutcliffe, hablarán, entre otros temas, fin de semana lleno de actividad deportiva. Preocupantes sesenta minutos del Barcelona, donde le salió barato el empate de visita ante el Atlético de Bilbao. El Real Madrid irreconocible en la manera en que se comportó defensivamente ayer, donde le anotaron tres goles en el segundo tiempo.

MaJor Musings
20. Tatiana Bilbao

MaJor Musings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 27:14


In the final episode of Season 1, Jordan talks with Maria about the Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao. Founded in 2004, Tatiana Bilbao Estudio has been recognized globally as a leading architectural firm working in sustainable architecture and affordable housing. Taking inspiration from both the natural environment and culture, Bilbao's designs are innovative and functional while also being thoughtfully aesthetic and meaningful.

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - El humor - Bilbao - Hora 3 - 22-08-21

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 54:55


En nuestra ‘Tertulia cara a cara’ hablamos con Carmen Thous y Javier Gallego sobre el humor. Nos preguntamos: ¿somos un país con sentido del humor? ¿cuáles son los límites? Esta tercera hora la cerramos viajando hasta el norte con ‘Sin ir más lejos’. Nos vamos a Bilbao, con nuestra compañera de #RTVE Bilbao Lola García. Escuchar audio

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - Bilbao - Sin ir más lejos - 22-08-21

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 18:45


Esta tercera hora la cerramos viajando hasta el norte con ‘Sin ir más lejos’. Nos vamos a Bilbao, con nuestra compañera de #RTVEBilbao Lola García. Escuchar audio

Fuera de Juego
Barcelona empató ante Athletic

Fuera de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 29:43


Los expertos de Fuera de Juego analizan el primer partido como visitante esta temporada del Barcelona de Ronald Koeman, en el que fue superado en el primer tiempo por el Athletic de Bilbao, aunque rescató el empate gracias a Memphis Depay.

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast
La Liga Week 2 Preview: Barca-Bilbao, Real Madrid-Levante/ Plus Odegaard out, Ronaldo in?

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 32:38


The boys first dig into some transfer news and rumors, including Ronaldo to Real Madrid and the sale of Odegaard to Arsenal (6:56), before Mark rubs his crystal ball to tells you exactly what will happen in Real Madrid's match against a Levante side that's given them trouble the last two years (13:36). And Barcelona prepare to take on Atletic Bilbao, with Payton making some extremely specific prognostications about the game (22:43). 

El Larguero
El Larguero completo | El tabú de la salud mental en el mundo del deporte

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 79:45


Con Antoni Daimiel, Santi Abad y Joseba del Carmen analizamos el hecho de que la salud mental ha dejado de ser tabú en el mundo del deporte. Analizamos el futuro de Lewandowski y Mbappé en el Sanedrín, charlamos con Dani García, jugador del Athletic Club de Bilbao, y cerramos con lo sucedido en La Vuelta a España

Iglesia Semilla Bilbao
¿Dónde está mi esperanza?

Iglesia Semilla Bilbao

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 48:59


Predicación sobre Job 17 por Salva García. Iglesia Cristiana Evangélica Semilla, en Bilbao a 15 de agosto de 2021.

The Phil Hay Show - A show about Leeds United
When Bielsa Owned Old Trafford

The Phil Hay Show - A show about Leeds United

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 65:05


The Athletic's Phil Hay previews the weekend's titanic curtain raiser with Dan Moylan and Michael Normanton from The Square Ball. Phil recalls the occasion when Bielsa took his Bilbao side to Old Trafford in the Europa League and they overran Alex Ferguson's side.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crossing Borders with Nathan Lustig
Greatest Hits Episode: Daniel Bilbao, Fighting Fraud in Latin America, Ep 146

Crossing Borders with Nathan Lustig

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 39:41


Greatest Hits Episode: Daniel Bilbao, Fighting Fraud in Latin America, Ep 146 For this week's episode of Crossing Borders, we're revisiting one of our greatest hits episodes featuring Truora's Daniel Bilbao.   Originally from Cali, Colombia, Daniel studied in the US and started a company in Silicon Valley before realizing he wanted to use his experience to solve a pressing Latin American problem: fraud. Truora, a startup that provides instant background checks, was born to fight that problem. I sat down with Daniel for this episode to talk about why he decided to go after the Latin American market instead of Silicon Valley, how he raised money from Y Combinator, Accel, and Kaszek Ventures, and why he wants to tackle the problem of fraud in Latin America. We also discuss why he based his company in Cali and the lessons he learned building and working for three startups in Latin America and Silicon Valley. Magma has been supporting Truora since before YCombinator, so I'm especially excited to share the story of this ambitious founder from Colombia on the podcast. Why background checks are a big deal in Latin America Background checks are customary practice in the US for reasons of compliance. Background checks are essential in Latin America to avoid fraud and criminal activity. With the rise of the gig economy has come the challenge of hiring and managing massive teams of contract workers; Truora makes it possible to run a background check on new employees in a matter of 30 seconds using a smartphone. Leveraging his team and experience, Daniel pushed Truora to early revenue by doing deals with Rappi, Uber, and Davivienda on a bootstrapped budget. Truora is not stopping at background checks; Daniel wants to solve the problem of fraud from the ground up. Find out how Daniel plans to grow Truora across Latin America while staying lean in this podcast episode. If I ever got a tattoo, it would be of my flag Daniel Bilbao used to swim on the Colombian national team, so it would be hard to find someone more patriotic about his own country. Daniel returned to Colombia to build Truora after realizing that Latin Americans are on the cusp of realizing the enormous opportunity that they have to build global companies that compete with the US, Europe, and Asia. He even spends part of his Sundays advising founders from the region. Daniel is honest about the problems he sees in Latin America, but he quickly repositions them as opportunities. Check out the rest of the podcast to hear how Daniel plans to build a winning team across Latin America with Truora, starting from Cali, Colombia. We work in the United States of Latin America Latin American markets are more similar than they are different, says Daniel. He contends that they're closer to Texas and California than people might think. His advice: do multiple geographies, and do it right away. If you feel you are spread too thin, the problem probably lies in the product or the team, rather than the growth plan. In this episode, Daniel explains why he thinks it is better to spend $50K to launch and learn in a new market than to go for huge revenue right away. Although Truora is still in its early stages, Daniel has seen a number of startups grow, and a number of startups go down in flames. Bipi, a car rental startup where he worked, laid off hundreds of people (including him) before it failed. Find out what Daniel learned from previous startups and how he applied his knowledge to Truora in this episode of Crossing Borders. If you have a good team and nothing else, apply. You can always apply again. Daniel has been through YCombinator twice, first with Paladin Cyber, then with Truora. Paladin went on to raise $4.5M after YC and other Silicon Valley Investors and Truora recently raised $3M from Kaszek Ventures and Accel. He knows what accelerators and investors look for and is always willing to share his advice. His tip for Latin American founders: learn to tell your story, but go straight to the point. No BS. If you are a returning listener to this podcast, you may remember that Marta Forero (UBits cofounder) gave similar advice about her own experience in the Y Combinator interview. Daniel is a top resource on how to get into and get the most out of Y Combinator. Listen to the rest of this episode to hear his tips on raising money from top US and Latin American VCs, and how to turn that investment into revenue. Daniel Bilbao has been fortunate to work closely with top startups in the US and Latin America in times of success (his identical twin was an early Rappi team member) and times of hardship. His only regret was that he didn't start innovating earlier. Check out Daniel's story to learn how and why he made his way from doing business in Silicon Valley back to his home country to fight one of Latin America's most entrenched problems. Outline of this episode: [1:30] – Nathan introduces Daniel [2:14] – Why is fraud a big problem to solve in Latin America? [7:08] – The difference between background checks in LatAm and the US [9:42] – Growing up in Cali, Colombia [12:48] – How startup failure led to Paladin Cyber [14:10] – Where did you get the attitude to give back to your home country? [16:14] – Lessons learned in Daniel's childhood [19:32] – Why Truora likes to hire very junior engineers [20:21] – Lessons learned from Beepy [22:38] – How does experience with Beepy and Rappi influence Truora? [25:37] – Why transparency is important at a startup [26:14] – How to build the Truora team [27:16] – How does the app work? [28:35] – How to raise money for Truora [30:51] – Top tips for companies applying to YC [32:41] – How to get the most out of YC? [33:30] – Advice for founders raising money in LatAm [35:36] – What's next for Truora? [36:53] – Daniel's recommended resources [38:12] – Daniel's advice to his younger self Resources & people mentioned: Truora Y Combinator Accel Kaszek Ventures Magma Partners Paladin Cyber Rappi Influence – Robert Cialidini Grit – Angela Duckworth  

Podcast de La Hora de Walter
08 29-07-21 LHDW Polideportivo, motor y consejos de mi psicólogo, Aitor Bilbao, para disfrutar de las vacaciones

Podcast de La Hora de Walter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 37:49


08 29-07-21 LHDW Polideportivo, motor y consejos de mi psicólogo, Aitor Bilbao, para disfrutar de las vacaciones

Wine for Normal People
Ep 384: Txakolina --The Wine of Basque Country

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 38:50


The Basque Country in northeastern Spain lies on the Bay of Biscay and abuts the Pyrenees Mountains, a mere 18 mi/30 km from the French border. Until about a decade ago, this area was relatively unknown as a wine region. But with the rise of Basque cuisine, an increased interest from wine buyers in native varietals, and a desire for lower alcohol, thirst-quenching wines, Txakolina (chock-o-LEEN-ah), a white, high acid, spritzy wine started to get attention. The phenom started in places all over the United States (which boasts a Basque population of more than 50,000 people), then the UK and Japan, now small quantities of wine find their way to  many other countries around the world. Map of Basque Country: Vineyards.com In this show, we discuss this historic region, with its own language, culture, and wine traditions. We talk about how the modern wine industry was renewed, and what you can expect from these delicious, refreshing (mainly white) wines. If you haven't had these wines or heard of them, this should will give you a good foundation to learn about them and appreciate all that it took for them to make it to your table!   Here the show notes: We give an overview of the Basque region (Euskadi), and the language of Euskera, one of the oldest spoken languages with no link to any other known language We discuss the quirky naming convention of the wine of this area, the original name of called txakolin and the meaning of txakolina  "the txakolin" – a term was used from middle of the 18th century onwards and how Txakoli was a misspelling used after 1985. (Source: Wikipedia, originally from the Academy of Basque Language) The wine is called chacolí in Spanish We spend time on the history of Basque country, with a focus on the independent spirit of the Basque people. We discuss the political discord in the region, especially the difficulties with the Basque Separatist Movement. We tie in wine—discussing the importance of the rise of Michelin-starred chefs in the Basque region, the interest of importers like Jorge Ordoñez who imported cases of Txomin Etxaniz to the US in the early 1990s, and how sommeliers and others had growing interest in native grapes Photo: Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao in Basque Country Location: We review where Basque Country is… Northern Basque Country: The French part in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department of France Southern Basque Country/El País Vasco of Spain, Basque Autonomous Community: including Álava, Biscay, and Gipuzkoa Other areas that make Chacolí (I'm spelling it this way because they are Spanish areas) are Cantabria and Burgos   Land and climate: We mention features like the Cantabrian Mountains, vineyards near the coast surrounding Bilbao, and vineyards toward the Ebro Valley and Rioja. Vineyards are terraced and on hillsides, some quite steep. We talk about the wet Atlantic climate of the reigon and its effect on the grapes. Photo: Bodega Doniene Gorrondona Grapes: The main grapes are Hondarrabi Zuri (Courbu blanc and here is the link to the blog we mention), Hondarrabi Zuri Zerratia, Hondarrabi Beltza (a red grape for reds and rosés), Also allowed: Bordeleza Zuria/ Mune Mahatsa (Folle Blanche), Izkiriota Ttipia (Petit Manseng), Izkiriota (Gros Manseng), Petit Corbu, Txori mahatsa (Sauvignon Blanc), Chardonnay, Riesling Here's the article I mention in the show about rosé being a creation for the American market…    Vineyard and winemaking. We discuss the parras – the high pergolas that help keep the airflow through the canopy. We talk about the mainly modern winemaking facilities and methods, but how some of the producers are working with longer lees aging, aging in wood and concrete, and blending. We explore the technique of making the wine under a blanket of nitrogen to ensure spritz in your glass and how it is pour from shoulder height to enhance the fizz in the glass.   Txakolina Vineyard Photo: Josu Goñi Etxabe, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Finally, we discuss the Denominaciones de Origen: Getariako Txakolina or Txakoli de Getaria, (Chacolí de Guetaria -Spanish), is the most important, oldest, and most prolific DO, yet the smallest geographically. The wines are softer and riper, with less bitterness and great acidity. They nearly always have spritz.   Bizkaiko Txakolina or Txakoli de Bizkaia  - (Spanish is Chacolí de Vizcaya), got its DO in 1994. It is mostly small tracts of land around Bilbao, overlooking the Bay of Biscay. These wines are more herbaceous than other regions and can be less fizzy, fuller, rounder and more textured.   Arabako Txakolina or Txakoli de Álava, achieved DO status in 2001, making it the youngest DO. This area is inland, south of Bilbao. In the south of this province, you'll find Rioja Alavesa. The north makes acidic, dry, fruity, low alcohol wines. These wines are often blended -- Hondarrabi Zuri, Gross Manseng, Petit Manseng and Petit Corbu are commonly mixed together.   Producers we mention: Getariako: Txomin Etxaniz: Largest winery in the Getaria region, makes 18% of the region's output Ameztoi Gaintza   Bizkaiko Doniene Gorrondona Bodegas Itsasmendi Photo: Bodegas Itsasmendi Arabako Bat Gara _____________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Thanks to YOU! The podcast supporters on Patreon, who are helping us to make the podcast possible and who we give goodies in return for their help! Check it out today: https://www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople And to sign up for classes, please go to www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes!  Get your copy Wine For Normal People Book today!    Wine Access  Visit: www.wineaccess.com/normal for a special deal on your order! I'm so excited to work with Wine Access and you should definitely try them out. Wine Access is a web site that has exclusive wines that overdeliver for the price (of which they have a range). Wine Access provides extensive tasting notes, stories about the wine and a really cool bottle hanger with pairings, flavor profile, and serving temps. They have REAL brands, REAL people picking the wines, and the deals and service are outstanding. Try their wine club out -- it's one of the best ways to get quality wines you may never have tried!  Check it out today! www.wineaccess.com/normal 

Iglesia Semilla Bilbao
Esperanza que trae consuelo

Iglesia Semilla Bilbao

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 45:06


Predicación sobre Job 16 por Salva García. Iglesia Cristiana Evangélica Semilla, en Bilbao a 25 de julio de 2021.

Julia en la onda
Mesa de Redacción: Bye, bye, hasta otro ratito

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 59:16


 La Mesa de Redacción con Goyo Benítez, Marina Martínez Vicens y Núria Torreblanca. Hoy hablamos de decir adiós, la rata en el Parlamento andaluz y la desinfección del metro de Bilbao. 

Los Danko
MONDO DANKO PRIMETIME - 1x66 LEBRON JAMES SUCKS

Los Danko

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 70:09


Nueva semana de aventuras y desventuras del equipo de Mondo Danko Primetime. En esta ocasión comentaremos el esperpento del hombre que desinfectaba la estación de metro de Bilbao y que ha causado LOL's por doquier. Además, incorporaremos al debate final a Joe Spinell de Podcast Semental Chihuahua a hablar de la temporada global de LOKI, y también del despropósito que es Space Jam 2 para los que hemos tenido la desgracia de verla desde HBO max. No apto para fans de Lebron James... Cada día a las 22h, en rigurosísimo directo y a través de la plataforma Twitch llegan los PRIMETIME de Mondo Danko, noticias locas cogidas al vuelo y bajadas al campo de batalla que cada noche de lunes a jueves te proponen Faith Hyden, los muñecos de Ample Street y Sam Danko. Suscribíos de manera totalmente gratuita con vuestras cuentas de amazon prime en twitch.tv/losdanko y disfrutad de un show fresco, exprimido delante vuestro, como un buen limón estrujado en vuestras selectas córneas... Contactos directos: General - info@losdanko.com Faith - faith@losdanko.com Edición y producción - misterpinga@losdanko.com Patrocinado por: Dragonz, Kanem Sport, Untts, Proesporter y Protege tus Piños. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Misterios
El Último Peldaño (09/07/2021): El Niño de Somosierra: 35 años ·informe Stringfield ¿OVNIs y extraterrestres capturados?

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 115:56


LA DESAPARICIÓN DEL NIÑO DE SOMOSIERRA: 35 AÑOS SIN RESPUESTA. El pasado 25 de junio se cumplían 35 años de uno de los mayores misterios de la crónica de sucesos en España. Un camión cisterna cargado con mas de 20.000 litros de ácido sulfúrico hacia ruta entre Murcia y Bilbao. A bordo iban tres personas, el conductor, su esposa y el hijo de ambos, un niño de 10 años. Por causas no suficientemente aclaradas el camión sufrió un terrible accidente en el que el matrimonio pereció, pero del niño nunca mas se supo. María Chicano nos recordó los detalles de este clásico de las desapariciones misteriosas y hablamos con María del Carmen Taboada, la vidente que intervino en la búsqueda del niño

La Linterna
La Mar de Músicas, Siete70, Izal y más novedades musicales

La Linterna

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 19:13


Tiempos Modernos en La Linterna con Elton John, La Mar de Músicas, Paul McCartney, Siete70, Izal, BBK Live, Gran Canaria Suena y las Spice GirlsLos Tiempos Modernos de La Linterna se encienden hoy al ritmo de Elton John. Nos vamos hasta Cartagena para disfrutar del festival La Mar de Músicas y charlamos con su responsable de comunicación Eugenio Gonzalez. Volvemos a Inglaterra de la mano de Paul McCartney. Descubrimos los nuevos sinles de Siete70 "Maletero" y de Izal "Meiuqer". Repasamos las confirmaciones del BBK Live de Bilbao y el Gran Canaria Suena. Terminamos con el 25 aniversario del Wannabe de las Spice Girls

Misterios
Informe Enigma T6x34: Las cloacas del Estado y la Banda Terrorista ETA · El accidente aéreo del vuelo 601 de IBERIA

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 137:39


Sumario Informe Enigma Dirige y Presenta: Jorge Ríos Escúchanos cada viernes de 23:00h a 01:00h en directo en Radio Platja d'Aro. https://danielortegaescritor.com/ Contacto Yolanda Martínez: 647552954 Contacto StillNoufred Palamós: 629535811 Contacto Verde Limón Palamós: 609532867 1/ El Martes de Carnaval de 1985 nos sorprendió con una de las peores tragedias de la aviación comercial en nuestro país, la cual se saldó con la cifra de 148 fallecidos, que eran los 7 tripulantes y 141 pasajeros que ocupaban la cabina del avión de Iberia. El Boeing 727 matrícula EC-DDU tenía 6 años de vida operativa, y contaba con aproximadamente 13.400 horas de vuelo. Aquella mañana cubría la ruta entre el Aeropuerto de Barajas, en Madrid, y el de Sondika, en Bilbao. La ruta transcurrió con total normalidad, hasta el momento en el que se preparaba la maniobra de aterrizaje. Según la versión oficial, pocos minutos antes de tomar tierra, el ala izquierda del aparato golpeaba una antena de la ETB vasca, desplomándose posteriormente a más de 370 kilómetros por hora contra la ladera del monte Oiz, muy cerca de la ciudad de Bilbao. Sin embargo, testigos del accidente así muchísimas pruebas indican que no fue un error de la tripulación, ni un fallo del aparato, lo que ocurrió aquel fatídico día fue un atentado de la banda Terrorista ETA que el gobierno deliberadamente ha intentado oculta, la pregunta es, ¿por qué? Hoy, con Iván Castro Palacios desgranaremos paso a paso lo sucedido aquel martes de 1985 y conoceremos que indicios apuntan a un acto terrorista. 2/ Yolanda Martínez en Voces del Más Allá nos habla de experiencias paranormales vividas en primera persona después de ver algunas de las películas de terror más taquilleras. 3/ Para finalizar nuestro Informe Enigma, el profesor Roberto Carlos Cuello nos trae la predicción para el mes de Julio.

The Frye Show
#156: Andrés Bilbao - Cofounder Rappi - El Valor Real de Rappi, Produciendo los Fundadores del Futuro

The Frye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 141:53


“Invertir en el desarrollo y el bienestar de su psique ofrece muchos más beneficios de los que puede imaginar.” - Andrés Bilbao ( 

SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®
The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 17th June 2021

SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 121:24


This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here's some more details about the show: It's a warm welcome then to the man himself: Dr. Brad Stone - the JazzWeek Programmer of the Year 2017, who's here every Thursday to present The Creative Source - a two hour show, highlighting jazz-fusion and progressive jazz flavours from back then, the here and now, plus occasional forays into the future. Please feel free to get in touch with Brad with any comments or suggestions you might have; he'll be more than happy to hear from you: brad@soulandjazz.com or follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy! The Creative Source 17th June 2021 Artist - Track - Album - Year James Francies    Adoration    Purest Form    2021 Sons of Kemet    Field Negus    Black to the Future    2021 James Francies    Levitate    Purest Form    2021 Sons of Kemet    Pick Up Your Burning    Black to the Future    2021 The Capitol Bones    Song for Bilbao    The Beat Goes On    2021 Jennifer Wharton's Bonegasm    Manta Rays    Not a Novelty    2021 Slide Attack    Owens    Road Trip    2021 Gerg Germann    Rosetta Stone    Tales of Time    2021 Wille Jones III    Fallen Hero    Fallen Heroes    2021 George Cables    This is My Song    Too Close for Comfort    2021 Ray Gallon    Plus One    Make Your Move    2021 Bruce Harris    Saucer Eyes    Soundview    2021 Henry 'Skipper' Franklin    Coconut Island    Blossoms of Blessings    2021 Code Quartet    Genealogy    Genealogy    2021 Todd Cochran TC3    Fantaisie    Then Again, Here and Now    2021 Nikolaj Hess    Ravel Reflections    Spacelab & Strings    2021 L'Abîme    L'Étang au Crépuscule    L'Abîme    2021 Arbenz/Mehari/Veras    Groove A    Conversation #1    2020 Anna Webber (Large Ensemble)    Idiom IV: Interlude 2 & Movement III    Idiom    2021 The post The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 17th June 2021 appeared first on SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®.

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Ildefons Cerdà y el ensanche de Barcelona. La ciudad abierta - 18/06/21

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 56:41


Ildefonso Cerdà fue uno de los fundadores del urbanismo contemporáneo. Su principal realización fue el ensanche de Barcelona, la mayor zona residencial de Europa y un monumento cultural, según José María Ezquiaga. Cerdà, liberal-progresista nacido en Centelles (Barcelona) en 1815, formó parte del exclusivo Cuerpo de Ingenieros, que dominaba el Ministerio de Fomento en un tiempo de transformaciones urbanas ligadas al desarrollo industrial y al impacto de inventos como el ferrocarril y el telégrafo. En el siglo XIX Barcelona conservaba su trazado medieval, las murallas constreñían el casco urbano, dificultaban su desarrollo y la ciudad sufría un grave problema de hacinamiento y salud pública. Pero en 1853 se aprueba el derribo de las murallas y en 1859 se da vía a un plan de ensanche que le dará una nueva forma. Cerdà se va encargar del proyecto de ensanche, pero tendrá que afrontar la oposición de las autoridades locales, de la burguesía barcelonesa y de los arquitectos modernistas, que despreciaban su característica malla rectangular. Su proyecto se apoyaba en un estudio pormenorizado de las necesidades de la ciudad y de su población, que publicó en su Teoría general de la urbanización. El plan Cerdà contemplaba la anchura de las calles, el porcentaje de edificación en las manzanas, la orientación y, sobre todo, las vías que unían el conjunto, proyectadas para una ciudad que aún no había experimentado la revolución de los transportes. Los amplios chaflanes, que Cerdà ideó para facilitar la visibilidad en los cruces de las vías, fueron uno de sus aspectos más originales que, con el tiempo, han demostrado su validez ante las necesidades del tráfico rodado. Fueron muchos los ensanches que se desarrollaron en diversas ciudades españolas tras el plan de Cerdà. Valencia, Bilbao, Coruña, Alicante, San Sebastián, Elche o Madrid realizan sus ensanches en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX y comienzos del XX, y en ellos se puede apreciar la influencia del urbanista catalán. Barcelona ha crecido durante 100 años a partir del dibujo de Cerdà, aunque muy desvirtuado por el exceso de densidad y la especulación del suelo. Aun así, la huella de Cerdà sobre su plano sigue siendo patente 145 años después de su muerte. Con guion de Luis Miguel Úbeda, el programa cuenta con la participación de Ángel Martín Ramos, catedrático de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio en la ETSAB y autor de El efecto Cerdà. Ensanches menores y mayores; Francesc Magrinyà, profesor del Departamento de Transportes y Ordenación del Territorio en la UPC y autor de La teoría urbanística de Cerdà y su aplicación al ensanche de Barcelona; Javier Muñoz, autor de La modernidad de Cerdà: más allá del ensanche; Estanislao Roca, catedrático emérito de Urbanismo de la ETSAB; José María Ezquiaga, profesor de la UPM, premio nacional de Urbanismo; y Salvador Rueda, teórico de las supermanzanas, presidente de la Fundación Ecología Urbana y Territorial y autor de Regenerando el plan Cerdà. Escuchar audio