Karlos Arguiñano’s opinion about Dabiz Muñoz and other news that interested you in October | Society



Would you like to know which was the most popular news last October among the readers of Cadena SER? In the last twelve months we have told you thousands of stories. All this through endless articles, interviews and reports in a year marked by COVID-19, the La Palma volcano and sporting events such as the European Championship or the Olympic Games in Japan. For that same reason we wanted to summarize the year in the articles that have interested you the most during 2021.

Karlos Arguiñano says what he thinks of Dabiz Muñoz and it couldn’t be clearer

Last September, chef Dabiz Muñoz received the award for the best chef in the world in the Best Chef Awards. An award that consecrated him as one of the chefs to follow and that generated all kinds of reactions. Among them those of his colleague Karlos Arguiñano, who celebrated the recognition of the DiverXo chef: “Speaking of great cooks, this year Dabiz Muñoz was given the award for best chef in the world. Hooray. There it is … they don’t give it to just anyone, eh. They don’t give it to just anyone.”

Supermarket replenishment and suicide ideas: Borja Capponi’s hell after the success of ‘Bad fleas’

Since he rose to fame thanks to the program Bad fleas, Borja Capponi’s life has changed considerably. Although it obtained great audience data in its first season, everything changed for the second after accusations of animal abuse. From then on, Capponi’s job offers became death threats and his life changed forever. He went through an eviction and worked as a supermarket stockman, discover his story below:

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Almudena Grandes announces that she suffers from cancer: “I am in the best hands, safe, confident and strong”

Just a few months ago, specifically in October, the writer Almudena Grandes announced that she had suffered from cancer for just over a year in her column on The weekly country: “It all started a little over a year ago. Routine checkup, malignant tumor, good prognosis and a fight.” From then on, the author of books like The ages of Lulu The Frankenstein’s mother He faced the disease until he passed away on November 27.

Drones monitor and feed several dogs trapped on La Palma

The eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, on La Palma, has left stories to remember. Among them that of the dogs trapped in the different ponds located in the Todoque neighborhood, where the lava wiped out everything in its path. Since the owners of these podencos did not have time to rescue their animals, they ended up trapped without food or drink. Given the impossibility of access by land, since many of the roads were washed away by lava, those in charge of piloting the drones brought them water and food.

The childhood of a champion: Quartararo traveled 100,000 km in his father’s van to compete

Several years ago, the motorcycle rider Fabio Quartararo dreamed of being a Moto GP world champion in an interview. He dreamed of reaching the top without ever forgetting where he came from: “When I win a World Cup I will remember the times I slept on the floor of the van and my father was driving.” Several years later, the young rider emerged as Moto GP champion and kept his promise. After taking the final victory, the pilot remembered how he traveled 1,400 kilometers every weekend to compete in the Promovelocidad Cup.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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