21 September 2020
Brett left Australia 15 years ago. After Japan and England he came to Catalonia.
After publishing the number one bestseller for Sant Jordi for three years in a row, Isabel Martí of La Campana publishing house reflects on the popular annual spring festival as well as the future of books and the publishing sector
As it is the theme for Small Talk we know you live in Catalonia. Where do you live?I tell people I live in Girona, but it is just outside of Girona. A lovely little town called Celrà.Very close to Girona,...
Give us a general overview of your businesses.I am a digital entrepreneur. My group is made up of nine software and e-commerce companies, employing 400 people with a turnover of 40 million.Is business...
Galea's passion for sewing led her to open the shop Barcelonines, where she makes and sells the traditional Pubilla rag doll that she would like to see become an emblem for the city
Where did you learn English?I didn't know any English when I left because I'm a product of the Franco education system. So, when I decided to go to the US for my PhD, I realised I had to learn English....
You spent almost two years studying in America. Tell me about English and your US experience.I started English when I was 14 but I always wanted to study abroad, especially in the US. I couldn't study...
Girona ECclub group leader Barney Griffith talks about his life and career in Catalonia
The Black Music Festival began as a night of blues in 2002 and hasn't stopped growing since
The Barcelona judge has become the object of persecution by state authorities since heading a group of legal experts that have drawn up a proposal for a Catalan constitution
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