Silvia Viñas, sitting in for Daniel Alarcón, talks to producer Dennis Maxwell about his latest story for Radio Ambulante, where he chronicles the arrest of his brother Laurence during a peaceful demonstration in solidarity with the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa.
Daniel Alarcón talks to art historian and curator Manuela Ochoa, the co-founder of a unique and innovative online project called Oropéndola. The goal of Oropéndola is to recast Colombia's armed conflict, and see it fresh through the eyes of its artists.
Daniel Alarcón sat down with author and public defender Sergio de la Pava to discuss the novel 'A Naked Singularity'. De la Pava's novel tells the story of a young public defender who finds himself, quite unexpectedly, involved in the perfect crime.
Ceci Bastida has made music in Mexico and the US, and her latest work is something of a heads-up to both. It focuses on the violence — gun violence, mass shootings — that are too common in both countries. But not all of her songs are quite that dark.
The reality of the US-Mexico border is complex, but not always so different depending on which side you're on. A new documentary explores the similarities and differences between two world separated by miles and miles of border fence.
Havana's not the first place you might think of when you think of death metal bands — but the island city has had a thriving community of death metal singers for decades. Meet some of the bands making noise in Cuba's capital city.