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TV highlights: From 6th to 12th April 2015

"Cuéntame cómo pasó" : The Café

"Cuéntame cómo pasó" : The Café

Tell Me How It Happened


November 1983. The inhabitants of San Genaro have started up their own campaign: the fact is that their streets have become unsafe in recent times and they cannot live in peace. And the problem is highlighted when María has an incident with one of the neighborhood's junkies and she is too frightened to leave the house on her own. Antonio does everything he can to help María lose her fear and to ensure that the situation in the neighborhood is resolved as soon as possible. Toni, who has returned from a trip to London to see his son, also gets involved in the matter. Meanwhile, Mercedes, receives news from Luisa, Liceria's niece, whom she fired in the previous episode. But if it looked like the situation was going to resolve itself, that is certainly not the case: it becomes even more complicated.

  • 10/04/2015 22:00h
'Alaska y Segura': Karaoke Kid

'El Ministerio del Tiempo': Time of Revenge

The Ministry of Time




1843. Isabella II: The Girl Who Ruled.

In 1843, Isabella II became Regent of Spain at the age of fourteen and she demands to know about the Ministry of Time, a Victorian Ministry. Her official visit turns into a grave threat. A rebel official from the Ministry (Leiva) has escaped from a prison of the Middle Ages in order to assassinate her and, thus, ensure that the Ministry is closed during the nineteenth century. The patrol travels back to the Ministry some 172 years earlier in order to prevent the assassination and the Ministry's dissolution.

  • 06/04/2015 22:00h
"Comando actualidad": Neighborhoods with Character

"Comando actualidad": Neighborhoods with Character

Current Affairs Commando


They may not be the most historic and monumental of neighborhoods, but they have a certain essential character that makes them unique. Some are working-class, others are seafaring districts; some gave birth to an entire city or have served as a showcase for flamenco throughout the world. Ranging from Jerez to Gijón, from Santander to Málaga, and from Madrid to Hervás ... the character of the inhabitants has made neighborhoods such as San Miguel, La Elipa, Cimadevilla and El Palo truly unique places.

  • 08/04/2015 22:00h

A Science Show for All Members of the Family

'El gran Vázquez' directed by Oscar Aibar

'Tres14': Satellites, The Spies of the Sky


Space is a silent but busy world. Especially the space around Earth, where there must be more than 3,000 satellites and half a million pieces of metal. The latter, known as space garbage, constitute a real threat to satellites, travelling as they do at 28,000 kilometers an hour.

In order to repair the damage that is caused to satellites, NASA is developing a series of robots that can travel in space, not only repairing the satellites, but also supplying them with gasoline. This would extend their lifespan and provide more time for measurements to be taken.

  • 12/04/2015 22:00h
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Holy Week Processions from Ávila

"José Mota presenta" returns this Friday


"José Mota presenta" returns this Friday with a cast of exceptional guests, who will be entrusted with making viewers laugh alongside the comic from La Mancha. Furthermore, the battle will continue with some of Mota's old characters, whilst the comic will also introduce various new ones.

  • 10/04/2015 22:00h
'Imprescindibles': Once upon a time there was Juan Marsé

TVE Presents "Al punto, revista de gastronomía"

Just Right: The Culinary Magazine  


"Al punto, revista de gastronomía" is headed and presented by Elena Sánchez Caballero. Each week the program will visit a well-known chef at his/her "home" in order to discover the secrets that have made Spanish cuisine a worldwide point of reference today. The program will also focus on the surprising details of many of the star ingredients in Spain's Mediterranean diet.

  • 12/04/2015 13:30h
"Españoles en el mundo": Travels to Japan

"Españoles en el mundo" visits Cologne

Spaniards Around the World


This week we meet six Spaniards who live in Cologne. We'll tour the old city, with a visit to the brewery where they make Kölsch, the typical beer of the city. In Cologne there are more breweries than in any other city in the world and the type of beer produced here is called Kölsch, a clear, light, warm fermented beer. The Christmas markets are the main attraction in Germany in the winter. Here you can eat, drink and buy Christmas presents, and keep warm too, as at this time of year it is very cold. The most famous and biggest market in the region is the Christmas market at the Cologne Cathedral.

  • 12/04/2015 22:00h
'Tres14': Origin

"Más que en vivo": Pablo Carbonell Stars in Concert

More Than Live


Berta Collado and Jordi Mestre present this show in which various artistes come face to face with some of their most fervent fans. This week, Pablo Carbonell will surprise one of his biggest fans and will offer him a private concert. The "astonished" fan on this occasion is called Miguel and he stands out for the fact that he has devoted part of his life to helping others. Furthermore, he forms part of a charity choir.

  • 12/04/2015 20:30h
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