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#93719 - 12/30/14 03:30 PM Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso
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The show, Cuentame come paso is available on Youtube or RTVE. (I can't get my link to work for RTVE, so I am watching it without subtitles) It is about life in Madrid during the late Franco years and beyond. (1968-1982) Has anyone else seen or heard of it?

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#93723 - 12/30/14 04:47 PM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: teachertraveler8]
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not seen the show but those were my years living in Madrid ::)
1970-1974.

have you try see it here
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0302447/

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#93727 - 01/01/15 09:24 PM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: pedmar]
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Cuentame is one of my absolute favorite shows! and the new season is going to begin soon! I cannot wait!

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#93728 - 01/02/15 11:26 AM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: esperanza]
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One of my favourites too! La 2 have been showing reruns of the early series' at around 1400 week days (European Time) http://www.rtve.es/directo/la-2/
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#93729 - 01/02/15 11:29 AM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: robbieroy]
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Episodes from all the seasons can also be found here: http://www.rtve.es/television/cuentame/
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#93730 - 01/03/15 05:01 AM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: robbieroy]
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Yes, it's a VERY popular drama in Spain although I've only seen parts of a couple episodes. I'd bet any Spanish class' students would enjoy it, too, but understand it might be difficult to follow without subtitles (in English or Spanish).

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#93731 - 01/03/15 03:12 PM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: MadridMan]
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For some reason, I can get to the link, but when I click play, nothing happens. I tried it on a different computer and the same thing happened. Perhaps if someone else has the time, they could try and see if it works from this thread. Otherwise, I am watching it from Youtube and finding it to be great practice. For my students (ages 5-11) it is much too adult themed to use in class, but it would be great for upper levels of high school and college.

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#93732 - 01/03/15 04:51 PM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: teachertraveler8]
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It runs on V-me a PBS alleviate in the states. Many fine actors Imanol Arias, Juan Echanove, the late Jose Sancho. While interesting in its setting, and running continuously since 2001, I find it mostly unwatchable. Mexican produced telenovelas are better entertainment for learning Spanish.

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#93733 - 01/03/15 09:28 PM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: chivasusa]
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#93737 - 01/04/15 08:24 AM Re: Spanish TV show: Cuentame como paso [Re: esperanza]
teachertraveler8 Offline
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Esperanza, I totally agree! I feel like I'm spending an hour in Spain when I watch it. I also love to see the surroundings, clothing, facial expressions and to listen for familiar phrases. My Spanish friend told me about the show and when I asked if it was authentic to the time period (because I'm still in 1968, the first season) she told me that her mom and aunt said that it was quite realistic. I'm so grateful to be able to watch it, I just wish I could get the RTVE link to work.

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