Spain’s dying railroad towns: Trying to catch a new train to prosperity

These once-bustling centers of activity were largely abandoned when other forms of transportation took over. But the few remaining residents are fighting to preserve their legacy, and to find a new purpose for their crumbling infrastructure

Spain, the new springboard in Netflix’s bid for world domination

The streaming giant has opened its first European production center outside Madrid, where it aims to make between four and six series a year

The vegan era, or the end of carnal pleasures

In Spain, there are now millions of “flexitarians,” vegetarians and vegans, but while meat consumption is falling, industrial farming is on the rise

Meet Spain’s unlikely 21st-century shepherds

A new program is teaching young people how to breed and care for sheep

Unknown author, uncharted impact

Collective artwork communities aim to unite society with the creative process

A real nightmare... or an invention?

The reality TV show hosted by chef Alberto Chicote is laSexta's big hit of the season But controversy is being stirred up by disgruntled restaurateurs who have participated

“I have a special affection for Spain”

Robert Redford promotes the TV offshoot of his Sundance festival in Madrid

Remixing Euripedes

British DJ Matthew Herbert provides the soundtrack to an unusual version of a classic Greek tragedy confronting audiences in Mérida’s Roman theater