Spanish became famous in Argentina in the 80s, first with programs that were broadcast on Spanish radio and later with bicycles made from Buenos Aires.
news has arrived bugle From Spain, by the hand of TV journalist Laura Fa: “The madman on the hill is dead”,
At the age of 82, the great interviewer Jess Quintero died after passing through the Nuestra Seora de los Remedios de Ubrique geriatric residency in Cádiz, where he had been with a critical state of health for a few months.
king of “Forgotten, marginalized, anonymous, oppressed” Made an impression on Argentina: His long television silence while letting his interviewers speak, Between the whistles he made big statements, like in front of the camera at a psychoanalysis master class.
A viral video with the old claim is doing the rounds on the network for a few days. Jesus (son of Mary and Joseph) raised his voice against the “current ruling class” and that Apologies of Ignorance: “People like now claim to not have read a fucking book in their fucking livesNot to care about anything that might smell the slightest of culture, or which requires a bit better intelligence than a primate”.
“Today’s illiterate are the worst because in most cases they have access to education. They know how to read and write, but they don’t exercise., Every day there is more and every day the market cares more for them and thinks more about them”, he enraged.
“Anyone has the right to 15 minutes of reporting,” Andalusian announced from San Juan del Puerto, which became popular in Argentina in the 80s, was first broadcast from Spanish radio, and later contracted by ATC.
His last visit in 1999 was marked by a violent incident: he was using the editing room of a Buenos Aires production company when two criminals entered. The Spaniard fired a revolver and 3,800 . hit by Dollar stolen from his pocket
“I want them to find them, not arrest them: to ask them, to interview them,” Then he threw with that inquisitive spirit that inspired him to create history on both sides of the ocean.
“Toad from Another Well”, he managed to make a name for himself in his “well of his own” for decades, in the midst of an alien environment that also went against his beliefs and prioritized ratings and speed. he had a great flag “None”, who can hardly have any press until the Quinteros Magnifying Glass enlarges them.
Master to a generation of journalists who grew up listening to his style on Spain’s national radio, he aired here in the 1980s. Legend has it that he was a song of the Beatles (the fool on the Hill) when he confessed to feeling like a maniac on a hill. It was the inspiration for the program that widely ended the Argentine night’s audience.
“I do not transit”. This could be the motto of his journalistic activity. He said he particularly wanted to speak to the “grieved, the sick, the elderly, the sleepy.” His relationship with the medium was intermittent, he disappeared and returned with surprise to slam the door again. He could cross the line and talk to the killers. Her conversation with Ramón Lijo Ajitos, the Basque sailor who murdered her ex-lover and a friend, entered the history of journalism, as did Carlos Eduardo Robaldo Puch, one of Argentina’s most dreaded criminals.,
He first landed in Eziza with 1989’s Alphonsinist Hyperinflation. “ATC gives me a place to interview me, but only the office near me in the hotel pays me,” he warned of his “independent” mechanism. For 1998 he returned to the country with a bicycle steppe wolfBy FM Millennium (106.3).
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