I’ve been in Spain as long as The Simpsons have been on air (1989). And for me, despite their utter American-ness, they remain utterly Spanish. The first time I heard the ‘real’ Homer’s voice I was horrified. Lisa and Marge sound amazingly similar in both languages, but somehow Homer is cuter in castellano, Moe even […]
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If you’re a lover of Colemanballs, malapropisms and all manner of linguistic slips then listen out for ‘La Unidad de Vigilancia Linguistica’ on Fridays at 9.35am on Cadena Ser (in Malaga on 100.4). Forming part of the hugely popular Hoy por Hoy radio programme, the section takes a look at some of the week’s best linguistic cock-ups […]
Valerie and Theresa were guests on Andreu Buenafuente’s popular show on La Sexta (Spanish TV Channel 6). Watch the show here.
The universe works in mysterious ways. Shortly after the article about In the Garlic appeared in La Vanguardia, Valerie received a phone call from La Sexta – one of the national TV channels. Would we like to appear on Buenafuente – a sort of late-night chat and comedy show? Well, of course we would!!!! And […]