During Christmas we are proposing a different plan and we are going to share with you episodes of other podcasts that we like.
Today we propose a report by the deputy director of elDiario.es José Precedo in the podcast ‘In Situ’. Precedo returns to his native Galicia to see what happened to a case that he uncovered a decade ago: a plot of corruption of officials and priests related to the restoration of churches, rectory houses and sacred art. It has no waste.
‘In Situ’ is a podcast directed by Arturo Lezcano and published on Podium Podcast. This episode first aired on April 15, 2021.
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