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Best Spanishlanguage Show podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Spanishlanguage Show podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The top listening resource for those learning Spanish and teaching Spanish. We provide real conversations recorded for Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate learners of Spanish. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable Spanish language lessons for learners of Spanish at all levels.
 
Do you want to learn Spanish and travel? Learn Spanish and travel the world with Jim and May from Spanish and Go. Advance your listening comprehension through incredible travel stories, cultural conversations, Spanish tips, and interviews with Spanish speakers from around the world. You’ll hear natural conversational Spanish perfect for the intermediate or advanced Spanish learner. With Spanish and Go, not only will you improve your Spanish, but you’ll gain the tools to travel abroad with co ...
 
This ground-breaking Spanish-language show is about food in all its lifeforms, exploring traditions, culture, music, and personal stories. Mariana Velasquez and Diego Senior, both New York residents from Colombia, welcome guests ranging from designers and artists to chefs and line cooks to consider how food intersects with life and art. Segments include "El Tuétano" (roughly translating to "the bone marrow") which features interviews with people working behind the scenes making gastronomy in ...
 
HabloGeek es un podcast sobre tecnología para los que no son tan expertos. En cada episodio semanal, Federico habla con diferentes colaboradores para tratar “el qué, el porqué, los cuáles y el cómo" de un tema, adaptándolo para cualquier tipo de oyente. (HabloGeek is a weekly Spanish-language technology podcast for the non-technical. In each episode, Federico and guests from the most popular Spanish podcasts tackle the What, Which, Why and How of one subject and make it accessible to everyon ...
 
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What does it mean to be fluent in a language? How long does it take? In this episode, Jim and May dissect what it means to be fluent and how to get there. Jim goes into depth about his own journey and what methods he used to achieve fluency in less than 2 years. Links: State Department Language Categories: https://www.state.gov/foreign-language-tra…
 
Have you heard the phrases “la carne de burro no es transparente” or “la suerte de la fea, la bonita la desea” before? Literally, the first one translates to “the donkey meat isn’t transparent,” and the other, “the ugly’s luck, the beautiful want.” But what do they truly mean? In this episode, Jim and May break down multiple Spanish idioms: common …
 
This week, Ben and Marina from Notes in Spanish join Jim and May to talk about the differences between Spanish and culture in Mexico and Spain. Ben, an Englishman, and Marina, a Madrileña (from Madrid, Spain), started the first Spanish learning podcast back in 2006. Not only do they host an incredibly popular podcast, their work inspired Jim and Ma…
 
In this episode, Jim and May discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living the small town life in Mexico. Learn about the typical routine of people living in these pueblos, and how different the lifestyle can be from the big city. Links: Tradition Mexican Drinks You’ve Never Heard of Before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t&v=kCnM0OWOfbM Record…
 
In this episode, Jim and May discuss how COVID-19 has made an impact in Puerto Rico and the world, and also how they predict it will affect the future of the tourism industry. They go into detail regarding the toque de queda, or curfew, placed on the streets of Puerto Rico from 7pm- 5am. The mission of Spanish and Go has always been bring you close…
 
Do you dread studying grammar, or do you embrace it? In this episode, Jim and May discuss whether or not grammar is necessary to learn a language. Listen as May describes the five stages of language acquisition, so that you can identify the stage you are currently in. Jim explains so many key tools that he used in his Spanish learning journey, incl…
 
Standing before the bus stops? The check at the restaurant never comes? In this episode, Jim and May talk about what cultural differences are and the ones that they have noticed between Mexico and the United States. Listen as they share stories of their experiences and interactions with each other’s cultures. They tackle differences in lifestyle, v…
 
In this episode, Jim and May discuss the concept of “neutral Spanish.” Does it exist? Who speaks it? Do some countries have a more neutral accent than others? Find out here. Links: Related BBC Video: https://youtu.be/MCmqUp2XTPY Level Up Your Spanish with our Podcast Membership: https://premium.spanishandgo.com/p/podcast-membership Thank you to our…
 
In this episode, Jim and May talk about Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos. What they are, their differences and similarities, some advantages and disadvantages of the Pueblos Magicos Program, and cultural aspects of life in these towns. Links: Support Us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/spanishandgo Level Up Your Spanish with our Podcast Membership: https://…
 
In this episode, Jim shares some of his tips on what to do when a Spanish native speaker only talks to you in English. Listen in to practice your Spanish, and get even more tips so that you know what to do when you find yourself in a similar situation. Links: The Bioluminescent Bay at Mosquito Bay in Vieques, Puerto Rico: https://spanishandgo.com/t…
 
In this episode, Jim and May talk about how it all started. May is a teacher with a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages Education. She was born in Manzanillo, a small port city of the state of Colima in Mexico. When May had just graduated from college she was looking for a way to keep practicing her English and improving her pronunciation. A fri…
 
On this episode of Buenlimon Radio we had Leticia Landa, a co- author of "We Are La Cocina" Chronicle books 2019 as well as Veronica Salazar, Dilsa Lugo, Dayana and Nafi Flatley. La cocina is a non profit business incubator dedicated to supporting talent, working-class food entrepreneurs, primarily immigrant women and women of color, in building su…
 
This story begins in the 1970s, when a Mexican chef migrated to northern New York and opened a little restaurant that lasted, unchanged, for over 20 years. When facing extinction, the restaurant found four saviours: the man's 3 daughters and 1 son. The siblings re invented this place and have kept it running together to this day. One of them is the…
 
Mariana and Diego recorded this interview just when they moved from Manhattan's Chelsea to Brooklyn's South Williamsburg. They got the most warm of welcomes: a nurturing conversation with with two Colombian female powerhouses in New York's Latin American art scene. One an artist and the other a galerist. Both equally successful and lectured in thei…
 
Bunnie Cakes from Miami and Historias del Ciervo from Colombia are two fascinating bakers whose passion for color, beauty and design has won them Awards such as the Savor Blog awards, workshops all over the world and also have beautiful families. Honored to have them with us sharing their experience and how they ended up here. Mariana Cortez and Ju…
 
Draco Rosa, Estrella de la musica en America Latina--quien se ha recuperado dos veces de cancer y sobrevivido dos trasnaspantes de medula-- nos sorprende con sus relatos de vida. Habla sobre su posicion unos dias antes de las elecciones de medio termino en EEUU y nos comparte canciones de antes con las canciones nuevas de su disco Monte Sagrado. "M…
 
Ella Schmidt, Chef and owner of Maite- a NY Magazine acclaimed restaurant in Bushwick,NY. Born in Colombia to a German father and Colombian mother, Ella moved to the U.S. at the age of fifteen- leaving her tiny town, Victoria in the Caldas region, in the middle of the civil war she grew up in to follow her dream of a different life. This episode is…
 
Diego visita a Mirta Rinaldi en Queens NY; ella es una mujer Argentina quien es una cocinera extraordinaria y recibe a personas en su casa los fines de semana para enseñarles sobre la gastronimia de su tierra. Este episodio narra la experiencia que inventó League of Kitchens al reunir a un grupo de mujeres imigrantes de todas partes del mundo para …
 
This week, Mariana and Diego host Buenlimón via Cartagena, Colombia. Guests include Jaime Rodriguez, whose cutting-edge "pop-up" style dinners travel across the country, and Alejandro Ramirez, who worked with Gordon Ramsey and Daniel Boulud before opening his own restaurant in Cartagena, Maria. Mariana and Diego dive deep into the world of all thin…
 
You can grill it, melt it, sweeten it and salt it. Mariana, Diego and Johannes Brahms take us to the world of Cheese! This almost omnipresent ingredient in American cuisine is also a meal on it own and today get two fascinating takes on it: A writer who worked for years at a cheese station in Manhattan's finest grocery stores and a political blogge…
 
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