Episodes

The Kids

In late 2004, the rock band Callejeros were wrapping an incredibly successful year. They’d had several hits, and were selling out stadiums all over Argentina.

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Translation – The Kids

Transcript (ARCHIVE SOUNDBITE) [Omar Chabán]: Good evening Cromañón! Welcome to the last event of the year. Thank you to this beautiful, distinguished …

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The Shaman

The torrential rains of the 2011 winter season in Colombia claimed hundreds of lives and left thousands flooded out of their homes. That same year,  Jorge …

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For the Fair

Every year, thousands of Mexicans with temporary visas go to the United States to work at the county fairs. For many, this seems like an …

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Translation – For the Fair

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Why should you listen to Radio Ambulante? We asked our listeners: [Woman]: Because it lets me …

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Man vs. Machine

Dennis tells his mom everything. EVERYTHING.   You can read a Spanish transcript of the episode. You can also read an English translation.

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Temporary Permanence

Anamer left Venezuela as so many others have: fleeing seemingly intractable economic and political crises. She arrived in Peru and, unlike Venezuelan migrants to other …

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The Soldier And The Lieutenant

For many Argentines, the Falklands War is a chapter in history that they would rather forget. But for two combatants it was the beginning of …

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Mais Médicos

Every year, Cuba sends doctors across the world on humanitarian missions. They help with earthquakes, hurricanes, epidemics… and also assist poor and vulnerable communities.

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