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Comme l'indique le titre de l'émission, l'animateur n'est pas seul. Chaque semaine, il fait appel à son club, un groupe de collaborateurs qui nous font part de leurs découvertes culturelles dans toutes les disciplines artistiques : Johane Despins, Sonia Sarfati, Claudia Hébert, Annie-Soleil Proteau, Marie-Christine Blais, Catherine Perrin, Catherine Genest, Jessica Barker, Vincent Bolduc, Jean Barbe, Charles-Olivier Michaud, Marc-André Lussier, Brendan Kelly, Stéphane Leclair, Sylvain Cormie ...
 
The Sobremesa Podcast is about modern-day Spanish society, politics and history, without the stereotypes. Every week we have an update about the ongoing current affairs in Spain. We also have interviews from the world of politics, history, academia and art. Follow me on Twitter @amcguirespain or @sobrecast
 
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Xan Lopez from Contra el Diluvio, (a green think tank without money) talks with me about ecology and the problems specific to Spain. We also discuss ecological movements and of course green politics. Check out his group's blog for more info https://contraeldiluvio.es/
 
Samuel Archibald parle du mythe littéraire d’Émile Nelligan; un entretien avec Annabel Soutar, au sujet du théâtre documentaire, une discussion avec la cinéaste Catherine Therrien pour le film Une révision; on demande à Podz quels projets l’occupent; un échange avec Michel Laprise au sujet du spectacle Drawn to life; quelques mots en compagnie de L…
 
Danielle Fichaud et Sylvain Marcel discutent du film Aline, de Valérie Lemercier, qui porte sur Céline Dion; Vincent Bolduc présente la troisième saison de la série Plan B; l'écrivaine Hélène Dorion répond à des questions sur sa plus récente parution, Mes forêts; Marc Messier parle de son premier spectacle solo; Marie Nadeau-Tremblay exprime sa fas…
 
Pour la sortie tant attendue de Dune, le réalisateur Denis Villeneuve est avec nous pour un long entretien; la réalisatrice et comédienne franco-américaine Julie Delpy vient nous parler de son film Ma Zoé et de sa série Netflix Sur le point; on attrape la comédienne Céline Bonnier entre deux répétitions pour qu'elle nous parle de ses multiples proj…
 
Ben Wray is a freelance journalist leading Brave New Europe’s Gig Economy Project. He joins me to explain how the Riders law came about in Spain, and why it is needed. Ben also explains some of the problems that there have been on the way.
 
Hubert Lenoir vient parler de son album Pictura de ipse; Sonia Sarfati commente le nouveau film de Ridley Scott, Le dernier duel (The Last Duel); Jessica Barker parle du documentaire Fanny: The Right to Rock; Claudia Hébert se penche sur le film Bergman Island, de Mia Hansen-Løve; Félix B. Desfossés raconte les débuts du travestisme au Québec; Stép…
 
Sébastien Delorme vient parler de l'adieu qu'il a fait à son personnage de Stéphane Pouliot dans District 31; le cinéaste Ivan Grbovic et la directrice photo Sara Mishara discutent du film sélectionné pour représenter le Canada dans la course aux Oscars, Les oiseaux ivres; Magalie Lépine-Blondeau fait le portrait de la nouvelle série de Tou.tv Sans…
 
Normand Brathwaite parle de la 19esaison de Belle et Bum; Biz présente son nouveau roman, L'horizon des événements; Robert Lepage discute de Courville, sa nouvelle création offerte au Diamant, à Québec; la metteuse en scène Eda Holmes s'entretient avec René Homier-Roy sur sa pièce Embrasse, jouée au TNM; et la créatrice de costumes Francesca Chambe…
 
Le scénariste et réalisateur Sébastien Pilote présente son adaptation cinématique du roman Maria Chapdelaine; l'acteur Ariel Ifergan parle de son rôle-titre de la pièce Adieu Monsieur Haffman, présentée au Rideau Vert; Guylaine Tremblay s'entretient avec René Homier-Roy sur la diffusion à Télé-Québec de la pièce de théâtre Les étés souterrains de S…
 
René Simard parle de ses 50ans de carrière; Claudia Hébert présente ses coups de coeur du TIFF; Marie-Gabrielle Ménard critique le nouvel album d'Émile Bilodeau; Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers discute de son premier film; Chantal Lamarre parle du Gala des prix Gémeaux; Pierre Lapointe retrouve la tournée; et Tanya Beaumont critique le nouvel album d'H…
 
Karine Vanasse parle de la série Après (ICI Télé); Josélito Michaud présente la série Chaos (TVA); Rose-Marie Perreault parle des séries Nuit blanche (ICI Télé) et Germinal (France 2); Charlotte Aubin décrit l'histoire racontée dans la série Virage (Noovo); Patrice Sauvé et Stéphane Bourguignon discutent du tournage de la série Larry (ICI Tou.tv Ex…
 
Fred Pellerin présente ses capsules linguistiques Le petit Pellerin; Mario Fortin discute des 20 ans du cinéma Beaubien; l'animatrice Melissa Mollen Dupuis parle de la nouvelle série Kuei! Kwe!; Ines et Elkahna Talbi participent au docu-variété Le 11 Septembre et moi; et Les Trois Accords et le 14e Festival de la poutine de Drummondville.…
 
Robert Charlebois parle de son spectacle en hommage à l'auteur Réjean Ducharme; l'artiste, rappeuse et Révélation Radio-Canada Calamine accorde une entrevue; la comédienne Tatiana Zinga Botao et le comédien Philippe Racine présentent leur point de vue sur Antigone; la musicienne Marianne Dugal et le musicien André Moisan discutent de la nouvelle sa…
 
The Sobremesa Podcast has slowed down for August like the rest of Spain. But here is some summer listening for you, no matter where you are! Sebastiaan Faber, professor of Hispanic studies at Oberlin College, joins me to discuss his latest book Exhuming Franco What is left of Francisco Franco's legacy in Spain today? Franco ruled Spain as a militar…
 
Sorry this episode is a bit late but I have covid! Recorded two weeks ago, Nerea Fernández Cordero, Co-coordinadora at IU Exterior (Izquierda Unida), and political journalist Eoghan Gilmartin join me to discuss the coalition party called Unidas Podemos. We talk about how it came to be and where it goes from here that their founding leader has left …
 
Following last weeks news on the pardon of the 9 Catalan political prisoners, jailed following the referendum in 2017, I discuss the issue with Andrew Dowling, a lecturer in Catalan and Spanish history. If you want to hear more about this issue, take a listen to our previous episodes on the matter.
 
Dr Mercedes Peñalba-Sotorrío, a lecturer and researcher from Manchester Metropolitan University, joins me to discuss the relationship between Nazi Germany and Spain before, during and after WW2. Her research involves looking at how Nazi propaganda inside Spain which influenced the country's foreign and domestic policy during the time. We also discu…
 
With the communidad elections less than a week away Caroline Gray and Eoghan Gilmartin both join me to discuss the political earthquake that led to the elections and why this election is about more than just the capital.
 
This week, the European Super League launched but it hasn't gone smoothly. In the UK all 6 big teams were forced to pull out by their fans, the media and even Boris Johnson. Here in Spain the reaction has been very different. Tommy Hay joins me to discuss the issues behind this league and the Spanish reaction to it. Tommy Hay is a football commenta…
 
Sonia Cuesta joins me to discuss the treatment of sexual minorities by the Spanish state during the late period of the Francoist dictatorship. Sonia Cuesta Maniar is a doctoral research student at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the relationship between Francoist repressive practices and accelerating socio-politic…
 
Feminism is huge movement in Spain, but why? Gender violence is a polemical topic in Spain. Dr Deborah Madden joins me to discuss how, in recent years, there have been several high-profile cases of rape that have brought about needed reforms to the Spanish law. This, along with a number of femicides in the country, has brought gender violence into …
 
In recent years feminism has boomed in countries such as Argentina and Mexico. Likewise, in Europe the movement has been most active in the south, mainly in Italy and Spain. Since 2018, when the first massively followed International Women Strike took place, the movement hasn´t stop growing, and its effects are beginning to be felt. What are some o…
 
The Spanish government recently announced 11 billion euros for small, medium sized companies in the hard-hit tourism sector. Will it be enough? And what is the longer term plan for the Spanish economy? In the longer term, Spain has seen the need to reform its economy as the current model, heavily reliant on tourism, is unreliable. Many in the count…
 
Nationalism has made a comeback in the 21st century and Spain is not exempt. Often people mistake Spain for a large country, when in fact it is a large block of several regional identities. Famously, the Catalan independence movement has highlighted this fact and also caused a rise in the national Spanish identity. However this is not a new phenome…
 
On Sunday the 14th February, Catalonia will go to the polls, this time to elect a regional government. This is the second regional election since the October 2017 independence referendum. The first in December 2017 was called by then Spanish President Mariano Rajoy, in that election the biggest party Cuidudanos won the most seats but could not form…
 
Vicente Rubio-Pueyo is a Spanish academic based in New York and member of Minim, a municipalist observatory. He sat down with me to discuss modern day Spanish municipalism and the effect it has had on politics and the cities it governed.
 
In this episode of the Sobremesa podcast I interview Caroline Gray. Here we talk about territorial politics of both the left and right in Spain since the financial crisis. Caroline Gray is Lecturer in Politics and Spanish. She specialises in the politics of Spain and wider Europe, focusing on territorial politics and party systems. She is the autho…
 
10 years ago in 2011, Spain went through a crisis of representation. Until then, Spain had been praised as exceptional for its peaceful transition from dictatorship to democracy in the late 1970’s. Yet with the arrival of economic problems, that soon changed. On an international scale, the world was still struggling in the aftermath of the 2007-8 f…
 
In this one-off special episode, I discuss brexit with two Brits that live in Spain. One voted leave and the other voted remain. Here is why. Richard Thompson lives in Sant Joan in Mallorca. He is a business owner and local town councillor with Assemblea per Sant Joan. We talk about voting remain and the stereotypes of Brits in Spain. Timothy Apple…
 
Here I got to interview author and former Financial Times Spain correspondent Tobias Buck. We talk about corruption, austerity, Rajoy, Podemos and Catalonia. At the end of the episode I also talk about my plans for the podcast in 2021. Merry Christmas from all at The Sobremesa Podcast!
 
In this two part episode I spoke with Danny and Jim from the Anarchist Book Club Podcast. We go all the way from the meaning of anarchism, its founding in Spain and further in this very exciting episode. I learnt loads talking with both the guys. Please make sure you take a listen to their podcast and if you want to know more you can buy their book…
 
In this two part episode I spoke with Danny and Jim from the Anarchist Book Club Podcast. We go all the way from the meaning of anarchism, its founding in Spain and further in this very exciting episode. I learnt loads talking with both the guys. Please make sure you take a listen to their podcast and if you want to know more you can buy their book…
 
"Spain’s Left Is Winning the Battle for Welfare — But Not the War on Neoliberalism" This is the name of Eoghan and Tommy's new article available at jacobin.com. Here we discuss their take on Spain's first budget since Rajoy. We discuss where Podemos is making gains and where the PSOE and EU are too. I hope you find this interesting take on the budg…
 
CROSSOVER TIME!! The Sobremesa Podcast has teamed up with the When in Spain podcast. Paul Burge has been running his podcast for the last 2 years and covers a whole range of things related to Spain. From pueblos to Hemmingway, it is all in there. Here I interviewed Paul about tourism and the image of Spain, both from the outside and the image of th…
 
In this episode of the Sobremesa podcast, I chat with journalist and political researcher Jorge Tamames about the history and current state of populism in the USA and Spain. Jorge's book 'For The People: Left Populism in Spain and the US' concentrates on left wing populism. Here he explains the conditions that led to the rise in Podemos and Bernie …
 
This week the Sobremesa Podcast talks with Sophie Gonick from New York University about her up and coming book: Dispossession and Dissent. We talk about how she documented the birth of the Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca (PAH) (Platform for People Affected by Mortgages), and she also explains the housing crisis that went with it. We later t…
 
In this episode of the Sobremesa Podcast, I talk to an old friend about an ongoing problem. Doctors in Spain are threatening to strike from the 28th of October over a new law passed by the government. This law is to help increase the number of staff. So what is the problem?
 
Giles Tremlett joins me on the Sobremesa Podcast to discuss his latest book: The International Brigades. Fascism, Freedom, and the Spanish Civil War. In this interview we cover how the book came about, the historical context in which the book is set, and the story of the Brigades.
 
This week saw the end of the political jousting between the central government and the Madrid regional government. This reached a climax on Friday Further court developments this week threaten to eat away at the coalition government's sense of legitimacy. This forms part of a larger ongoing investigation that has seen the presentation of the deputy…
 
Madrid has been placed in (partial) lockdown once again. In this episode I explore how this come about in two very different interviews. Firstly, I speak with Sara Soto, Secretary of the Young Socialists of Vallecas. Here we talk about how the response to lockdown on the 18th September and the effects it has had over the past two weeks. We also dis…
 
This week (28/9/20) Eoghan Gilmartin joins me. As a political journalist based in Madrid, he has been covering the stories as they have unfolded. Here we talk about the more immediate stories of the day such as the management of the virus in Madrid and the future for Spanish politics. Later, we then go on to explore how this situation has come abou…
 
In 2007, the Spanish government passed the historical memory law to address issues from the country's past. Since then the law has been starved of funding and criticised as not going far enough. The new coalition government has put forward a new law named the Democratic Memory. This law will look at exhumations of mass graves, education, prosecutio…
 
In a special edition of Sobremesa, I interview researcher and Phd candidate Alícia Hernàndez Grande. Here she explains the history behind the independence movement and Diada, the national day of Catalonia. She also shares her observations from the 2017 referendum and where the Catalan identity comes from.…
 
In this episode I interview Professor Sandie Holguin about the regional identities in Spain and how they interact with the national identity. We also discuss the EU and how it forms a part of the political scene in Spanish politics today. Before the Interview I share an update on current Spanish affairs…
 
In this episode of Sobremesa we get an update on the national situation and an interview with cultural and intellectual historian Professor Sandie Holguin. Here we talk about the construction of the national identity which in recent years has increased in its popularity.
 
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