This program presents Arsenio Rodríguez and Chano Pozo, from Cuba, a few tracks from the last CD by Concha Buika and a special segment on immigrants and immigration centered on Woody Guthrie’s song “Deportees” and the fact that, at long last, those deportees are no longer nameless.
This program presents “La Unidad Popular,” a musical chronicle and remembrance on the 40th anniversary of the coup d’état against the democratically elected Chilean government of President Salvador Allende. The second hour presents live “Son Jarocho” with the local group “Axolotl 7”.
This program sings to the Harvest Moon & presents examples from Eugenia León’s latest project, “Ciudadana del mundo”, plus music by Cristina Pato and an interview with her about her concert in town on the 22nd of this month.
This program presents violin in the Cuzco (Peru) and Santiago del Estero (Argentina) music traditions and a whole segment dedicated to “Chilenas” and other music traditions from the “Costa Chica” region, in the states of Oaxaca and Guerrero, Southern Mexico. The literature segment is dedicated to the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.