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(English, Español) Imagine if Frank Sinatra went on stage every night with a gun in his waistband. Or if Tupac got into a shootout on stage at a rodeo. Well, Chalino Sánchez did just that. In this podcast, we examine the extraordinary life of the “King of Corridos,” and attempt to unravel the mystery of his death. Chalino’s story, his own narcocorrido, is the ultimate ride through the drug cartel world, the underbelly of the Mexican-American music industry and a murder mystery for the ages. ...
 
The Latin American History Podcast aims to tell the story of Spanish and Portuguese America from its very beginnings up until the present day. Latin America’s history is home to some of the most exciting and unbelievable stories of adventure and exploration, and this podcast will tell these stories in all their glory. It will examine colonial society, slavery, and what life was like for the region’s inhabitants during this period. We will look at what caused the wars of independence, how the ...
 
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Things come to a head at Cajamarca as Pizarro and Atahualpa meet for the first time. Apologies for the sound quality of this episode! I only discovered upon editing that there are a few car horns and dog barks which I was unable to remove. I wanted to get it out rather than re-record and delay putting it up. I will make sure to find a quieter place…
 
Todo comenzó con una gambeta extraordinaria en una ciudad Argentina. A eso le siguió la llegada a España y el club de fútbol que definiría su carrera, el Barça. La periodista Jasmine Garsd explora el camino trazado por Lionel Messi antes de convertirse en uno de los mejores del mundo. En la Argentina, donde el fútbol a menudo se convierte en obsesi…
 
The Latin American History Podcast is finally back. In today's episode the conquest properly begins, as Pizarro arrives back in Peru. As I mentioned in today's episode, the audio quality might not always be the highest as I am recorded wherever I can find a reasonably quiet place in noisy Latin America. This is particularly true of this and the nex…
 
En el último episodio de la temporada explicaremos cuál es el verdadero legado de Chalino. Su música revolucionó un género musical que apenas comenzaba. Pero también cambió para siempre la relación entre los artistas que interpretan narcocorridos y el crimen organizado que es inspiración, y mecenas, del género. Al final, entenderemos cómo fue que u…
 
In the last episode of the season, we explore Chalino's legacy 30 years after his death. His music revolutionized the corrido genre and gave Mexican-Americans an icon of their own. But it also forever changed the relationship between the artists who perform narcocorridos and organized crime and, some argue, paved the way for the normalization of vi…
 
Con un contrato discográfico bajo la mano, Chalino es invitado a dar un show en Culiacán, Sinaloa. Algunos rumoraban que lo habían amenzada con no volver a pisar el estado después de un crimen que cometió. Sin embargo, Chalino no deja pasar los miles de dólares que le ofrecen por cantar en su tierra. En este episodio exploraremos una teoría basada …
 
With a new record deal in hand, Chalino is invited to play a few shows in Culiacán, Sinaloa. He's warned not to go because it's a trap. But Chalino doesn't pass up the chance to cash out and sing in his native land. In this episode, an in-depth look at Chalino's final moments. Plus, we explore a final theory about who orchestrated Chalino's murder …
 
Chalino sobrevive el tiroteo y su fama crece rápidamente en el norte de México y en Estados Unidos. Para muchos este evento confirmaba los rumores sobre su vida recia y pasa de ser visto como un tipo que canta sobre narcos, a un narco que canta. Pero la fama no es tan buena compañera cuando parece que tu cabeza tiene precio. En este episodio explor…
 
Chalino survives the Coachella shooting and his fame grows rapidly in northern Mexico and in the United States. For many, the shooting was proof that Chalino wasn't just a guy who sings about drug traffickers, but a badass outlaw himself. However, fame is a dangerous thing when your head has a price. In this episode we explore the delicate relation…
 
Existen muchos rumores sobre la vida recia de Chalino, pero hay uno que está comprobado en su totalidad: la balacera en Coachella. Aunque parece el guión de una película, Chalino se agarra a balazos durante un concierto en el Valle de Coachella. El enfrentamiento termina con el atacante detenido y con Chalino herido por dos balas. Esta teoría dice …
 
In a story that seems straight out of a movie, Chalino gets into a wild west-style shootout in the middle of his own concert in California's Coachella Valley. The confrontation ends with one person dead, the attacker arrested, multiple concert-goers injured and Chalino wounded by two bullets. Instantly, rumors swirl that the attacker was a cartel h…
 
Chalino termina en una cárcel de Tijuana. Pero contrario a lo que se podría creer, estar tras las rejas lo hizo descubrir su talento como compositor de narcorridos. Meses después es liberado y regresa a los Estados Unidos para grabar sus primeros cassettes. Él mismo los vendía y poco a poco comenzó a ganar popularidad entre sus paisanos. Y de acuer…
 
Chalino returns to Mexico and ends up in a Tijuana prison. But being behind bars leads him to discover his talent as a songwriter, and in prison he begins writing songs for local outlaws. After he is released, Chalino returns to the United States to record his first cassettes. He begins selling his music and gains popularity among Mexicans in South…
 
Chalino y su hermano huyen hacia los Estados Unidos después de la balacera en una fiesta. En California, ambos realizan varios trabajos, algunos de ellos fuera de la ley. También ahí es donde Chalino conoce a un narcotraficante local obsesionado con Don Corleone y con dos brazos prostéticos. En este episodio exploraremos una teoría que afirma que a…
 
Chalino and his brother flee to the United States after the party in which he stalks his sister's attackers. When Chalino arrives in California, he meets a local drug lord with two prosthetic arms and an obsession with old mafia movies. In this episode we explore a love triangle theory that involves Chalino, a mob boss and his girlfriend and we'll …
 
Chalino creció rodeado de violencia en un humilde pueblo en Sinaloa. Pero su vida cambia cuando un grupo de hombres agreden a su hermana. Desde ese día promete vengarla. Y lo hará años después, cuando le regalan su primera pistola y acecha a uno de los atacantes en una fiesta. Este evento da pie a la primera teoría sobre quién podría ser el asesino…
 
Chalino grew up surrounded by violence in a humble town in Sinaloa. But his life takes a turn for the worse when a group of men attack his sister. That day he promises to avenge her. Years later, when he is given his first pistol, Chalino is believed to have stalked one of the attackers at a party. This event gives rise to the first theory about wh…
 
Chalino Sánchez canta sobre el escenario “Alma enamorada” y el público sinaloense canta con él. Es la mejor noche de su carrera hasta que alguien le entrega una nota. Su rostro cambia: está pálido y su sonrisa desaparece. Esa noche, después del show, Chalino será ejecutado. A través de su último concierto, conoceremos quién fue este cantante que se…
 
Narcocorrido superstar Chalino Sánchez sings to a sold out crowd for the first time in Sinaloa. It's the best night of his career until someone hands him a note. His face turns pale and his smile slowly disappears. That night, after the show, Chalino will be executed. But who killed him and why? We begin a journey to understand Chalino's life and i…
 
In today's episode we look at what was going on within the Inca empire in the lead up to the conquest. To help with this, Nicholas Machinski of A History of the Inca podcast joins us to share his specialist knowledge. You can find his podcast on his website or wherever you get your podcasts from: https://ahistoryoftheinca.wordpress.com/ Support thi…
 
A special episode featuring Mark Thurner and Juan Pimental. They talk us through their new book and how some of the objects of Latin America had a profound effect on the rest of the world. More information about the book can be found here: https://www.sas.ac.uk/publications/new-world-objects-knowledge You can find some general background about the …
 
Today we take a break from the conquest of Peru for an interview with William Taylor - a scholar of colonial Mexican history and before his retirement, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.His new book Fugitive Freedom tells the stories of two men who lived lives of deception, and examines what they can tell us about the society in…
 
It took three attempts for Pizarro, de Almagro and de Luque to launch an expedition which even came into proper contact with the Inca. This episode tells the story of their first two expeditions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy &…
 
Inspired by rumours of a great empire and precious metals, in Spain's Panamanian colony three men hatch a plan to explore and colonise South America.They were Diego de Almagro, Hernando de Luque and of course Francisco Pizarro. In this introduction to the conquest, we introduce them and explain how they came to be preparing to launch a conquest whi…
 
The Spanish attempt once again to settle in North America, but again their ambitions will be frustrated. The Narvaez expedition was an unmittigated disaster. It did however produce one of the most unbelievable stories of survival of the era.Link to the petition to save ILAS - https://www.change.org/p/professor-jo-fox-and-professor-wendy-thomson-sto…
 
As the Spanish expanded outwards from their base in the Caribbean, there was one region right next door that they had so far failed to colonise. Florida and the rest of North America was less than 100 miles from Cuba, and now it was where they turned their attention.This episode will tell the story of the Ayllon expedition, and the first European s…
 
Sebastian Cabot is usually associated with his exploration of North America, but he also spent time in exploring the Rio de la Plata. Seduced by rumours of silver, he abandoned the mission he was given to follow in the footsteps of Aleixo Garcia. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertisin…
 
In 1524 a shipwrecked Portguese soldier launched one of the most audacious expeditions in the history of the Iberian conquest of Latin America.Stranded in Southern Brazil, he managed to not just survive, but to carve out a role for himself as a war leader and initiate the first contact between Europeans and the Inca empire. Support this podcast at …
 
Magellan continues his journey and becomes the first European to sail from the Atlantic through to the Pacific. His journey is only going to get harder however, and although the expedition will make it back to Spain there will be a heavy price to pay first. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations…
 
While Cortez was in Mexico, something else was happening - something which was perhaps just as important for world history. Ferdinand Magellan set out from Spain to find a route around the Americas to Asia, and sail all the way around the globe. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising…
 
This is part two of my conversation with Walter. This time we talk about his book 'When Latins's Fight - Why There is No United Stated of South America'.The book provides an account of all the major wars that took place between states in post-independence South America. Doing this allows Walter to not just cover the stories of each conflict, but to…
 
The WHO recently declared that Latin America is becoming the new epicentre of the Coronavirus pandemic. Some countries in particular have been badly hit, with Brazil currently second globally when it comes to numbers of cases. The pandemic is having a major economic impact everywhere, and if the future looks difficult for countries like the USA, Eu…
 
Something a bit different to celebrate the podcast's 50th episode. As many of us are spending a lot more time at home due to the coronavirus crisis and looking for things to keep us entertained, here is an episode about some of the best Latin American films I have seen. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podc…
 
In this episode we tie up all the loose ends and finish the series on the conquest of Mexico. We will look at what Spanish control actually looked like on the ground, look at what happened to Cortez' and Moctezuma's descendants, and tell the stories of a couple of lesser known participants in the conquest. Support this podcast at — https://redcircl…
 
Today we conclude the conquest of Honduras. The convoluted scheming continues as bigger players get involved. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
Having expanded his hold on Mexico and sent de Alvarado to Guatemala, it was Cortez turned next to Honduras. He was not the only one however.The conquest of Honduras wasa messy and dramatic free-for-all with a large cast of characters and factions scheming and fighting against each other. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-am…
 
The conquest outside of Mexico. De Alvarado leads an army down to Guatemala where he makes a lot of noise, but did he achieve as much as he is credited with? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privac…
 
With Tenochtitlan under his control, Cortez was faced with a new challenge. He needed to build a stable government, while keeping the Aztec population, his own men, the king and rival conquistadors happy. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands …
 
Cortez was on the run after being forced out of Tenochtitlan, but within six months he was back on the shores of Lake Texcoco trying to work out how to take the city. The bloodiest phase of the conquest was about to begin. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://red…
 
Thankyou to Mateus Menezes for taking this on! The first episode is already online, and you can find it wherever you get your podcasts from.Website:[https://www.spreaker.com/show/historia-da-america-latina?fbclid=IwAR2U-f92ucJxQNWojg4hG5NUVtjs9-RTPviaxjtcilE3wyKsHuiCwuX11Yc](https://www.spreaker.com/show/historia-da-america-latina?fbclid=IwAR2U-f92…
 
If last episode was a slow burn political thriller, this one is all action. Cortez will face Aztec and Spaniard in a bid not just to save his conquest, but for his very survival. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https:/…
 
In November 1519 Cortez entered Mexico city. What would happen when these two alien civilisations met? The coming months would among the most decisive of the conquest, but they would also be the strangest. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
Cortez was determined to meet with emperor Moctezuma - even if Moctezuma had made it more than clear that he wanted nothing to do with him. To do this, he would have to march over land to Tenochtitlan but getting there would not be easy.Between him and the Aztec capital stood the mighty Aztec city of Cholula and the land of the mysterious and feroc…
 
Today's episode sees Cortez meet the Aztec for the first time, found a city, see off a rebellion, and gain some allies. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-history-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
After his stop in the Yucatan, Cortez continued northwards. He had a few difficulties to overcome before he encountered the Aztec however. Today's episode will see him fighting the first battles of the conquest, and meeting a character who will play a major role in coming events. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-latin-american-hi…
 
This is the first episode in a series which covers one of the most famous and significant events in Latin American History - the conquest of the Aztec. Today we lay the groundwork for the events to come. We introduce the main characters of our story, and have a look at their lives before conquest took place. Support this podcast at — https://redcir…
 
While the conquistadors were off exploring and conquering the Americas, back in Spain change was afoot. Ferdinand and Isabella both died within the first couple of decades of the 1500s, and this set off an ugly political struggle. The end result was that Spain would come under control of a new family of kings, and would become part of a much larger…
 
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