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A Week Catalonia Can’t Forget

Spain has given a deadline to the Catalan government to clarify what they plan to do regarding the fate of Catalan independence; Puigdemont will have until the 16th of October to state his intentions before the central Spanish government will force action, possibly to strip the region of what autonomy it has. After a statement …

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The End of the World As We Know It!

The problem of sovereignty in Catalonia has been a tough talking point for a lot of its residents, since the region was absorbed by Spain around 300 years ago. In recent years there has been a crescendo of angry voices from Catalan inhabitants, to raise the issue of reclaiming their autonomy. This evening could see …

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Meet Our DJs

Meet Matthew Murtha, the presenter of Technically Funny and find out about his experience of Barcelona and working for our radio station I had visited Barcelona twice before for the Primavera Sound Festival and fell in love with its rich history and culture. When the time came to relocate and continue my research in neural epigenetics, …

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It’s a propaganda game.

How many pro Spanish unity protestors were there on Sunday on Via Laietana, 350,000 or 950,000? Depends on who you speak to and which newspaper you read. Whatever your point of view there were a lot and enough to remind us that Catalonia is fundamentally divided on independence. Spanish national broadcasters continue to report on the …

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Are we on a pathway to economic meltdown?

The Newspapers today are full of the economic ramifications of the uncertainty created by the moves towards independence. The two largest banks have grabbed the headlines with Sabadell announcing a move to Alicante and the board of directors of La Caixa will meet today to discuss a move to Palma. We should not be surprised by this, …

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Meet our Djs

Who is the real Alex LeBron? “For me, relocating to Barcelona was about being able to stay true to who I am and who I want to be as a person. In my younger years, I always felt this natural pull towards BCN/Spain largely due to the fact that I was raised in Sweden by …

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The Benefits of Theatre for Children

“All the world’s a stage”. Shakespeare knew it, Beckett knew it, we know it and you should know it too! The performing arts have been proven to be one of the best ways to grow as a person in many different ways. So, why not get children to experience the art of theatre? As we …

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Tension grows as we approach the 1st of October

The scream​ of “independence, independence” won’t stop on the streets of Barcelona. The protest that took place yesterday involved thousands of people shouting for independence and justice. Civil guards arrested 14 people yesterday, a few of them involved important members of the Catalan government. Carme Forcadell (Catalan politician) gave a speech declaring that Spain has …

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The most illegal referendum in the world : Updates

The YES campaign is firmly underway after a major rally in Tarragona last night. Held in the traditional bull ring, police had threatened to prevent the event taking place but did not follow through. The Yes campaign will be dependent on such events in the context of not being allowed any advertisements in the National …

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