My teacher, Pipo Serrano, works for Catalunya Radio, and he took our class to visit the station last week. I imagined it to be a lot like NPR, but I was wrong. It kind of reminds me of the BBC, which doesn’t really have an American radio equivalent.

Catalunya Radio consists of four distinct stations: Catalunya Radio, Catalunya Música, Catalunya Informació and iCat fm. Música is obviously a music station, which concentrates on classical and contemporary music. Informació is Spain’s first all-news radio station, and iCat is a multimedia station promoting both traditional and contemporary culture.

Here’s a clip from Pipo’s show – Tot és molt confús. Sorry, it’s in catalan!

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