sound of Andalusian with Rebel Curls It reached the last line of the Lope de Vega Theater in Seville. So I acted and still wasn’t nicknamed the fool on the Hill, As one of its most emblematic programs. His rebellion was class; I wanted to see and hear the forgotten people, marginal, the anonymous, the oppressed, the nobles who are usually overlooked because they are made invisible. It was the “poor kid” who became a famous journalist and presenter. His cloud of cigarette smoke gave more intimacy and a touch of mystery to interviews that seemed like a master class in journalism and psychoanalysis because of the way he dealt with silence, with the untold. Spanish journalist Jess Quintero died this Monday at the age of 82 at the Nuestra Seora de los Remedios geriatric residence. Sources close to his family confirmed that the great communicator had lunch for the last time, then went to rest and did not wake up.
there were no miracles in life Manuel de Jesus Rodriguez Quintero, was born 19 August 1940 In San Juan del Puerto, in the province of Huelva. His father was an electrician and his mother was a farmer. She used to tell her son that she was “weirdest than the green dog and the red mouse.” She didn’t know, mother, that she was serving him the names of two future programs on a plate. Like someone who dodged a premeditated destiny—continuing on his father’s business or working as a worker—was stung by the young man’s will. performance, But at the end of a performance at the Lope de Vega Theater in Seville, a radio man, journalist Raphael SantistebanVery impressed with that budding actor’s voice, Came in to tell him he could do radio.
He started his radio career in the 1960s national radio of spain, Animating afternoon with program Studio 15-18. The program was inadequate for him; I wanted something else. Then he proposed to the directors man in caravanwhich included touring the country in a van full of books and pans interviewing “nobles”, People without fame but with history, Anonymous characters with an interesting life.
He regarded the word (and silence) as a means of communication. I preferred the radio because it is “more true than television”, He classified silence as: that of two people who had (and didn’t) have anything to say and those who know this silence can be surprised and reconciled. crazy on the hilla was born as a nighttime radio program on Radio Nacional de España (1980 to 1982) and later being chain (1986); The program was also broadcast in Uruguay and Argentina.
The pace was leisurely; that radio beast, with a keen eye and Silence that can cause irritation, restlessness, and even confusion It was a kind of great ear that knew how to listen to the problems of the desperate and lonely. Behind the voice that was heard even in the last room of the pension Script by Ral Del Pozo and Javier Salvago. If the journalists, announcers and presenters weren’t 100% masters of their words, they belonged to that style, which meant they went for a while without saying anything. Silently. A silence that without half-measures can increase attraction or provoke objection.
the fool on the Hill almost . broke audience records with One lakh listeners. till the magazine People dealt with the incident and spoke to a reporter who then declared that the program was “his nocturnal occupational therapy”, that “he was glued to the microphone like a fugitive”, “someone who stars without forgetting what others are doing”. What happened with “Earth”. Jesus wanted the interviewer to tell him what he had to say. “I’m not going to harass him, suck on him, or beat him. I never use a lunge. If he has to die, he’ll kill himself and with his own words. I don’t believe in anything in this style of aggressive reporting”. He explained and clarified: “If you stand up against the interviewer, you lose him. If you come off arrogant, too. If you reach too polite, it beats you. You have to give him or her no words.” must tell ‘You are what you are… but I am not a fool'”.
Shadows cover the light side. a hypochondriacal depressive neurosis In 1986, the Andalusian career punctuated with rebellious curls and words-embracing silence. in that retirement period station built romantic radioWhich was later closed due to lack of license. He returned to the ring after two years green dogwhich premiered TVE (Spanish television) in 1988. The success continued and prompted him to travel to Mexico, Argentina. – Show aired on ETC in 1989- and Uruguay. He also did it on Spanish public television. No one knows (1990) and Antennas 3 on Cycles thirteen nights hey wolf’s mouth, in the 90s they will come american night, steppe wolf –He did in Buenos Aires on Radio Millennium in 1998- prisoner rope You wanderer, In the 2000s he introduced red rats You Quinto’s NightA program with which he returned to TVE in 2007.
In green dog mixed famous and unknown, How not to remember the white and shaggy dog that accompanied him in the study and lay on the floor all the time? Jesus loved “strangers”; He was her favorite interviewer. Some will miss the person who didn’t answer any of their questions because he eventually became mute. either 11 Conversations with Beggars, during dinner. among his most remembered interviews are those he did Diego Maradona, Jorge Luis Borges, Eduardo Galleno, Subcomandante Marcos, Antonio Escohotado, Facundo Cabral, Felipe González, Baltasar Garzón, Pepe Mujica, Joaquín Sabina and Arturo Pérez-Reverte. in 1999, for the cycle in which tv blueinterviewed the then president Carlos Saul Menem, to whom he asked: “Have you ever been a Muslim? ‘No – North Menem – I was always Catholic, Apostolic from La Rioja … I mean, Roman’. when he interviewed Robledo Puch In the Sierra Chica prison, the jackal excitedly said to him: “Ah! the fool on the Hill,
Atmosphere’s Best Producers (Radio and Television) admitted that they called him insane because never had a practical understanding of life, “They call me crazy because I still believe in big dreams, in utopias… and because i don’t give up on happiness, I don’t understand people who are ready to do anything to get power, money or fame. Antonio Banderas told me: ‘Fame is a rumor six meters away’. He was right,” Jesus recalled in an interview. from Spain in February 2020. Being a good communicator does not mean being a good administrator. He tried to set up a production company from which he made money, but More loss due to bad businessapart from living bohemia, he also managed Quintero Theater, where he performed theater and concert programs. He sold his house to pay off the debt. “I’ve been bankrupt three or four times in my life. If I don’t work, under roofs, under level. I stick with what’s right. I will never become nouveau rich. I will always be a poor old man. ,
The rebel was an Andalusian with curls some kind of spy Who wanted what is hidden should be revealed. The man who died in his sleep was a companion of hundreds of nocturnal races enchanted by the madman who breathed the words and left the silence.