La Granada is a village of about 1,400 people. It’s best known for its satellite dish park, but there’s also a local TV station which, from Central Studios, apparently reaches 5,000 viewers with several hours a day of homegrown material (including Sunday mass live) and a satellite feed:
There’s a rather nice walk that passes through this village.
- French challenger to CNN, BBC to broadcast in English
A spokesman for the new channel said: “Eighty per cent of our target audience will be anglophone. If we want pluralism
- Village of shame
Apparently (via Onze Taal) a Serbian village is changing its name from SmrdiÄ‡ (“old and dirty”) to Izvor (“spring”). Said Smilja
- Every pig has its Martinmas
When Europa played over at Sant Andreu in November, the local Four Bar Squad, which has record, unveiled a banner showing
The good, the bad, and the quite ridiculously ugly.
- Killing the pig
Jayne’s got a photo here, and here’s an old joke which is told in Spain and probably in other places too: A