Prince Andrew ‘flew on Epstein’s Lolita Express jet four times’ according to flight logs

Guests on board the private jet were said to be given dishes including Wagyu beef steak and caviar blinis as well as vintage Cristal champagne Prince Andrew denies any wrongdoing… Read more

The Pope lands on Lesbos to visit a refugee camp | International

The Pope landed this Sunday on the island of Lesbos to visit a refugee camp for the second time in his pontificate, just 30 kilometers from the visible Turkish coasts,… Read more

Manuel Rivas: “Reading for an hour is a triumph of humanity” | The Extra Hour

Manuel Rivas, one of the literary references of our country, continues to analyze today’s world from literature. In Chispas, his return to children’s and youth literature, he proposes an innovative… Read more

Grandmother, 75, makes 2,200-mile trip around UK using just her free bus pass

Penny Ibbott, 75, set off on her six-week bus journey around the edge of England from the centre of the south coast and travelled anti-clockwise Penny Ibbott with her pensioners’… Read more

Madrid bookstores run out of copies of Almudena Grandes | Radio Madrid

Most of the bookstores in Madrid have had a corner dedicated to Almudena Grandes since last Saturday. Some stand out in the shop window, others among its numerous shelves. They… Read more

Put a stillsuit in your life | ICON

In the top ten of stellar fashion (if this is not a pleonasm) are the t-shirts of the crew of the Enterprise on Star Trek, Dave Bowman’s astronaut suit in… Read more

‘Miguel Strogoff’: an adventure in its purest form | Present

Jules Verne was born in Nantes in 1828 and died in Amiens in 1905. He was a novelist, playwright and one of the forerunners of science fiction. Among his most… Read more

Could fireworks be banned in Spain for animal welfare? Germany does it for COVID | Society

Among the measures that Germany is going to approve for next New Year’s Eve, on December 31, is the ban on the use of fireworks, something that will also affect… Read more

Europe launches the Soyuz rocket, a spacecraft with two satellites that will improve mobile applications | Science and Technology

The Soyuz rocket that carries two new Galileo navigation satellites, on the 27th and the 28th, took off at 00:19 GMT this Sunday from the Kurú spaceport, in French Guiana.… Read more

La Movida, beyond Alaska and Almodóvar

On Madrilenian movement Hundreds of books and articles have been written and hours and hours of radio and television have been broadcast. However, this clearly Spanish countercultural movement is almost… Read more