Not everyone who comes to Madrid ends up teaching English. Get to know the people who have found success doing something different in Madrid.
After 9 years of working in Madrid as an English teacher, Jimmy Shaw talks about his sudden launch into Spanish television and film.
Mark Besas is the author of a book called “Hidden Madrid” that takes the reader on an unusual walking tour, a filmmaker and the ultimate tour guide.
Ben Curtis is one half of the famous Spanish teaching team behind the ever popular Notes in Spanish podcasts. Ben’s new projects take him out of the recording studio and into the mountains, seeking mindfulness, happiness and a the perfect photo.
Richard Vaughan, Spain’s most recognizable English teacher, sits on top of a 21M euro empire that was born of a responsibility to his students.
Guy Hedgecoe talks about his English language Spanish news analysis site Iberosphere, being the ex-editor of the English edition of El País, and living in Madrid.
When I sing, people have been known to cry…. or throw things. Soprano Kathleen Berger’s voice has also moved people to tears, but for much more positive reasons. We talked to her about how she has pursued her dream in Madrid.