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In Parán, a small town in the Peruvian Andes, there are many blind men. Our producers Marco Avilés and Annie Murphy tell us the story of this isolated village and a plague of blindness that could not be explained[...]
In Parán, a small town in the Peruvian Andes, there are many blind men. Our producers Marco Avilés and Annie Murphy tell us the story of this isolated village and a plague of b[...]
You may have figured out by now that we're on vacation for the World Cup, but we wanted to share this true story from Executive Producer Daniel Alarcón. After you listen, watch t[...]
There are no games today, but at Radio Ambulante we can't stop talking about soccer. To get ready for the knockout stage, we've once again convened three extraordinary Latin Am[...]
To celebrate the World Cup, Radio Ambulante presents a great story from our archives: The Phantom Team.
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Every once in a while we like to share works of fiction from Latin America’s best writers. This week we present Peruvian author Ricardo Sumalavia’s short story “First Impressio[...]
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