Pablo Iglesias returns to the media. The former leader of Unidas Podemos will be a talk show host for El mòn a RAC1 , the morning directed by Jordi Basté on the Catalan station. It is the radio program with the largest audience in Catalonia.
The signing of the former vice president of the Government of Pedro Sánchez has been announced this Friday as one of the main novelties of the station for the next academic year, in the special program that has been carried out since the Les Nits d’Acústica Festival, at the Teatre Jardí of Figueres.
Pablo Iglesias has acknowledged that he is “very relaxed and eager to do things, to talk and learn.” In this way, the co-founder of Podemos recovers his role as a collaborator, as he did in La Sexta Noche or Las mañanas de Cuatro .
In his first speech at RAC1, Iglesias pointed out that “there is a media power structure that in Spain has whitewashed the extreme right”, stating that “there have been media that have whitewashed real information hit men like Eduardo Inda.” “Behind are the Vallés, the Ferreras or the Ana Rosa,” he said.
Pablo Iglesias returns to “critical journalism”: he is a member of RAC1
“Now I’m going back to doing what I did before, working as a researcher at the UOC [Open University of Catalonia] and dedicating myself to critical journalism. I like it better and I think I’m better at it than politics,” he said in RAC1, insisting that his post as talkative “is a commitment to freedom and democracy.”
Iglesias has already started a new life in Barcelona, after leaving all his political positions four months ago after the crash in the Madrid elections. In September, he will join a research group at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3), attached to the UOC, for 8,400 euros. His incorporation to the Editorial Board of CTXT magazine , in which he will also be a columnist , has also been known .