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After her parents divorced, and her father moved from Mexico to Arizona, Fernanda began thinking of living in the United

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Many of you have asked us how you can support Radio Ambulante. There are many ways. If

Sometimes you feel your world is ending. You can read a Spanish transcript of the episode, it’s useful if you’re learning the

  Translated by Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]:  Hey, before we start, we need your help. We want to use your questions

Antonio Romo Reyes grew up in a complicated neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, dreaming of becoming a soldier. As a

Translated by Patrick Moseley [Guy Raz]: Hey, it’s Guy Raz here, host of How I Built This, with a quick recommendation.

In the second part of this series, we explore the efforts of Francisco González and his foundation, Armando Armero, to

Translation by Patrick Moseley  [Joshua Johnson, host 1A]: Where can we debate today’s big issues without getting attacked for speaking online?

In November 1985, a volcanic eruption swept through the Colombian town of Armero and buried it under tons of rocks

  [Guy Raz, host Wow in the World]: Hi, I’m Guy Raz! [Mindy Thomas, host Wow in the World]: And I’m Mindy

Victor Basterra was in a clandestine government prison when he was given a choice: work or die. He chose to

Translation by Patrick Moseley [Radio announcer]: Hey, I want to recommend another NPR podcast to you: Embedded, hosted by Kelly McEvers.

In Peru, a country where public institutions are suspected -and often guilty- of corruption, firefighters are among the most valued

For more than 50 years, Cubans had the doors open to enter the United States. That changed earlier this year,

Translation by Patrick Moseley  [Daniel Alarcón, host]:  An announcement: If you’re in New York, join us on October 26 for a