For its centenary, the SER deposits its cultural legacy in a vault of the Cervantes Institute | radiotv | EUROtoday

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The transmission gear and the printed tape from the evening of the coup d'état on 23-F; the science fiction serial of the hero Diego Valor, broadcast between 1953 and 1958; the script of the final Hour 25 carried out by the legendary Carlos Llamas, earlier than his demise in 2007; the facsimile of the composition of the blue symphony; and a right here ―a type of stamp/comedian― from 1949 with a number of rhymes: “It will rain or it won’t rain, the radio will say it.” This is the cultural legacy that Cadena SER has deposited this Thursday morning, inside the framework of its centenary, in website 1,182 of the Caja de las Letras of the Instituto Cervantes. The area is an previous vault from a century in the past that retains in virtually 1,800 bins objects associated to science, arts and letters, donated by illustrious figures of Hispanic tradition.

“In this vault is the memory of Weekly reportfrom the EFE agency or from Iñaki Gabilondo. As well as the legacy of García Márquez or Miguel Delibes, who never separated journalistic training from culture,” stated Luis García Montero on the occasion on Thursday morning. The occasion was a tribute to the Sociedad Española de Radiodimisión, which started in 1924 as Radio Barcelona, ​​the primary approved radio station in Spain, which arrived in Madrid the next 12 months and has been referred to as Cadena SER since 1940. “A century ago, for the first time a person could know beyond their surroundings and it was not necessary to have high purchasing power or live in the big cities to access culture,” stated Jaume Serra, director of the centenary celebrations and delegate of Prisa Media in Catalonia, whereas recalling how in these early years an settlement was signed to broadcast opera over the airwaves.

Along with Serra and García Montero, Montserrat Domínguez, SER content material director, and Javier del Pino, program director, had been current on the occasion. To stay that’s two days; and Ignacio Soto, the chain's normal supervisor, who signed the deposit settlement with the director of Cervantes. “The fact that more than three million people start the day with the same voices represents a link between a community, a society and a culture,” stated the latter.

After the ceremony, Domínguez and del Pino had been joined at a spherical desk by the information anchor Day by dayAngels Barceló, and the one from Hour 25Aimar Bretos. They mentioned the connection between the general public and the radio journalist, the transmission of tradition by means of the microphone and the primary experiences that led them to SER. All of this was at all times influenced by the determine of Carlos Llamas, a pointy and devoted director who consolidated Hour 25 as some of the influential radio programmes in Spanish society, and who, along with his final script on the helm of the information programme, a set of recollections and writings recovered by Miguel Ángel Muñoz had been deposited within the Caja de las Letras.

“It has sarcasm, movie quotes, skepticism, it's Carlos in his purest form. He allowed listeners to think that any of them was in charge of Hour 25″Del Pinar highlighted about his colleague, who died in 2007 at the age of 53 from esophageal cancer. Months ago he notified his audience of his illness and returned for one last delivery. The archive of his memories rescues the messages from an audience forum when it was learned that he was going to return: “It is not edited and does not have a single hater”.

“All of us who’ve been by means of Hour 25by some means we all know that we’re driving Llamas' automotive. It is his imprint,” Bretos added. Montserrat Domínguez added that to attract new audiences a “radio persona” like Llamas is necessary with “his personal language, perspective, completely different angles to strategy the information, types of expression.” Barceló was not left out of the praise and recalled when she had to take over the program after his death: “For me it was terrifying as a result of I used to be going to interchange somebody with an unquestionable persona.”

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