Entertainment

When trivia is your living: Meet Spain’s professional game show contestants

A group of Spaniards has turned television quizzes into a job that can earn them millions in prize money. Here they share their winning formulas, and reveal the hard work that success requires

EL PAÍS PODCASTS

¿Qué? podcast, episode nine: Feminists on the march

This week we discuss the success of the Spanish demonstrations for International Women’s Day, and we pose the question, is Spain politically incorrect?

NEW ZEALAND ATTACK

New Zealand attacker had name of Spanish killer on weapon

“Josué Estébanez,” who murdered youngster Carlos Palomino in a hate crime in Madrid in 2007, was written on a rifle magazine along with citations of other right-wing figures

CLIMATE CHANGE

Spanish youths start getting organized against climate change

As worldwide protests get underway on March 15, youngsters in Spain are using social media to create groups aimed at pressuring politicians and civil society leaders

SUPREME COURT TRIAL

Ex-Catalan police chief was ready to arrest Puigdemont if ordered to do so

Josep Lluís Trapero tells the Supreme Court that the Mossos d’Esquadra had prepared for the detention of the then-regional premier two days ahead of the unilateral independence declaration of October 27, 2017

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, March 15, 2019

Living in Spain

What is causing the steady exodus of children from downtown Madrid?

Families with kids continue to abandon the heart of the capital as prices rise along with tourist numbers