Politics serie in Spanish, interesting content!
esko_yera 12668 15077
Hi,
Are you learning spanish? Are you interested to lisen about politics? I present you my favorite Spanish serie about politics! Really interesting topics!

Fort Apache:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0ki3V4Lx...

Hope ypu like it!



March 2014
  • [[Ginkgo58]] 376 100585 144
    Thanks for the link!
    March 2014
  • Fort Apache is great. My husband is learning Spanish and he likes that kind of discussions very much.
    March 2014
  • sphaisell 60891 26624
    More politics content is always welcome, thanks! I'm enjoying RTVE.es En Portada, which has a format instantly recognisable in the UK as similar to Panorama or perhaps Storyville: http://www.rtve.es/noticias/en-portada/

    Do you know any good politics podcasts in spanish?


    March 2014
  • sphaisell 60891 26624
    That's great. Yes, I have my own linux app (youtube-dl) that extracts audio from youtube, an excellent resource. Perhaps I'll do that with Fort Apache. Ivoox is also great, I've already discovered some excellent content there, the Spanish podcasting world is huge!
    March 2014
  • @ esko_yera
    Thank you very much for the link.
    March 2014
  • b4kemono 17763 6519 333
    Recently I've understood how useful (and often fun) listening discussions are for language learning. You get interesting context and natural expressions that you can use in your own conversations.

    Thanks for the links above. I think I will start to watch Fort Apache. Maybe I will turn them into mp3s too.

    What I would like more is to have an interesting discussion (about politics, history, science, things like that) _with a transcript_. Could someone recommend something like this? I might even pay for them.

    So politics etc discussions with transcripts please?

    Maybe you could tell your favorites in the lingq.com library(?). I might not have found all of them. Thanks!
    May 2014
  • sphaisell 60891 26624
    Completely agree listening to discussions is great listening practice. Fortunately for us there are loads of these tertulias on the internet (I compiled my favourite discoveries here: http://www.lingq.com/forum/6/31059/?page=1#post...). Unfortunately none of them, to my knowledge, have transcripts. I guess discussions are the format least likely to be transcribed given the complexity, time and expense of transcribing a natural group conversation. But if you find anything, do let us know!!
    May 2014
  • Vaan 2277 86
    Gracias
    May 2014
  • [[MikeK50]] 4917 0
    @ esko_yera

    Thank you for sharing your resources. The resources shared on this site makes it so worth being a member.

    @ spcole83

    Your 90 Day Resource List was great. Thank you. Have you tried VeinteMundos? It has a library of nearly 100 Intermediate/Advance Spanish articles with audio and related videos. Yolanda shared it on LingQ in 2011, look up the thread on LingQ. I found it elsewhere.
    May 2014
  • sphaisell 60891 26624
    @MikeK50

    No, I didn't know about this! Looks like a good resource, thanks for sharing!
    May 2014