Cadena SER will be renewed in summer. Premiere programs and backup voices leading the channel’s major flagships will accompany listeners in July and August. SER continues its commitment to diversity, originality and quality of content with programming available to listen live and on-demand on SER Podcast.
The first premiere was coincidences, a format that began on Saturday 18 with Ignacio Crespo, doctor and science communicator, at the helm. The program aims to share the power and scope of science to understand how it affects society through great experts speaking on topics such as gene editing, space law, climate change, neuroscience, or inventions that are changing history have changed. It debuts on June 25th Something happensa 30-minute documentary program with Ricard Ustrell that takes its listeners to different places (a hermitage, a soccer field, a submarine…) to discover surprising stories.
Another novelty will be brought by Nieves Goicoechea and Jaime García Cantero, who will be in charge retina in BE, also premiered on the 25th. Technology, digital transformation, innovation and their impact on society will be the key themes. Marta Nebot will direct and moderate generations, which begins June 26th. In it, the journalist will examine what it is like to be a child, an adolescent, a young, a mature and an elderly person in Spain to show the changes in society over the last few decades.
July 16th is the day the sidecar, an interview show starring Sergio Castro and Pepe Rubio, in which the protagonist relinquishes his fame or relevance to someone around him whom he considers really important. And it starts on July 17th Conversations between a Sapiens and a Neanderthal, These include conversations between Juan José Millás and Juan Luis Arsuaga, moderated by Javier del Pino. With humor and knowledge, the writer and paleontologist reflect on her vision of the world and immerse herself in life. Added to all oh bells, the podcast of copla by Lidia García, who comes to SER this summer with her stories of copla, cuplé and zarzuela.
The summer will also be reflected in the form of a change in voices on the channel’s main programmes. From July 18, José Luis Sastre will take over the management Daily. Marta del Vado takes over from Carles Francino window. Marina Fernandez will lead hour 25 and Lourdes Lancho will do it with To live that is two days. hour 14 will be presented by Antonio Martín and Yago de Vega and will be directed by Álvaro Benito The Spar. In August, Aida Bao hosts the weekend news, with Adriana Mourelos directing The lighthouse and Juan López will be in charge When it gets dark we go.
In addition, Cadena SER will continue its commitment in the areas of culture, radio documentaries, history, society and humor in the summer. Culture is represented by the new releases of the song collectorwith Inaki de la Torre; solid sofa, with Alfonso Cardenal; A book an hour with Antonio Martinez Asensio; The cinema in the SERwith Elio Castro and It happened one night with Anthony Martinez. The history programs will have three representatives, with story on the road with David Botello and Esther Sanchez; women with boots on, with Ángeles Caso; Y Every past time was beforeby Nieves Concostrina. Sonia Ballesteros directs the documentary programme I was there, and Ángeles Oliva and Toña Medina are in charge of From the beginning. come back too back roadswith Bru Rovira and Valentina Rojo and a story by Javier del Pino. vanishing point, by Pablo Morá, will address the most disadvantaged, and Mariola Cubells, in And you… what are you looking at? brings audiovisual trends. Humor will be well represented by the best comedians. nobody knows anything, by Andreu Buenafuente and Berto Romero, is not resting this summer and will have new episodes. Juan Carlos Ortega will continue to lead Ortega’s nights Y goodism good further with Manuel Burque, Quique Peinado and Henar Álvarez. In addition, two specials round off the comedy program: Special specialistsfeaturing the best gags of the Secondary Specialists season, and special UVI, with the season’s funniest goofs, starring Isaías Lafuente in four special episodes.