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La Tomatina

Ah, the famous Tomatina, that crazy Spanish festival with kids throwing truckloads of ripe tomatoes at each other.  Is it all in good fun?  Or is it a giant waste of vegetables?  Just think of all the pizza sauce that never came to be!  In the big podcast today, we'll be discussing the Tomatina and ...

Published: April 20, 2015

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La Feria de Málaga

La ciudad de Málaga situada en Andalucía, sur de España, nos acerca hoy a Spanishpod una lección muy andaluza sobre la Feria de Málaga. Fiesta, folclore andalúz y toros. Olé, olé y olé....

Published: March 23, 2015

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Serious Goring

Today in the big podcast, we take bring you news reporter Belén Ruíz, reporting live from the hospital, where a young man remains in critical condition after being gored by a bull.  The latest in our series about the wacky Spanish summer festivals, this lesson covers one of the more unpleasant conse...

Host: Liliana, JP
Function: reporting_news

Published: March 11, 2015

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Battle of Wine

Here's another edition of our growing series of lessons about the ridiculous summer festivals in Spain.  This time, it's the yearly wine battle in Haro, capital of the La Rioja province.  In this podcast, we'll hear about the messy aftermath, as experienced first hand by one of the wine battle warri...

Host: Liliana, JP

Published: October 24, 2014

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What Color?

Here's another in our series of Spain's Summer Festivals.  Today we'll hear about the Festival of San Fermín, better known in English as the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona.  This lesson is about what to wear while running for your life from a an angry two-ton beast; specifically, how to talk about...

Host: Liliana, JP

Published: May 10, 2013

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