Love for an inspiring profession

By: Niurka Rivero Navarro / Radio Guáimaro

His dedication transcends in his hometown, many of us thank life for giving us such good, humane and selfless people like him.

Behind the scenes ... art is born

By Claudia Artiles Díaz / Radio Camagüey.

Leaving a theatrical function and applauding the actors, ending a concert and shouting until the artist is voiceless on stage, visiting a gallery and being dismayed or ...

José Martí, the most outstanding expression of his time

By Gelsy Rodríguez Rivero / Radio Cadena Agramonte

Wing and root were, according to journalist Jorge Mañach, Martí's favorite words. From the cradle to the grave, the wings of his ingenuity and his patriotic ...

Of the Family Code and other details

By Jorge Enrique Fuentes Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

The Cuban State works tirelessly to make the Island a model of social justice, therefore, legal efforts are also aimed at the creation of a ...

Dianis Silva Tornés and the love of the land

By María del Carmen Castañeda Varona / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

More than 20 years he has dedicated to working the land in conditions of a suffocating sun, but of an infinite love that translates ...

"Friendship, the tribute to internationalism"

Raúl Castro expressed, "(...) The intimate friendship that unites us with that heroic nation and the gratitude of its people, and the mortal remains of our dear brothers," that was obtained by Cuba from solidarity ...

Fidel and Finlay on the Latin American Medicine Day

The Cuban people tolls bells of joy on this new Latin American Medicine Day, which every third of December punctually remembers the birth in 1833 of the distinguished Cuban epidemiologist and researcher Carlos Juan Finlay, ...

One heart, three beats

By Dayessi García Sosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

The great passions always accompany him, his life is marked by fervent illusions, challenges and dedication, where each morning means a new beginning.

Granma, a symbol of rebellion and freedom

By Maykel Torres La Rosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte

The Granma yatch arrived in Cuban lands on December 2, 1956, after an eight-day journey from Tuxpan, Mexico, 82 men came aboard the boat, led ...

Goodbye, Fidel

Camagüey believed to see Fidel for the last time on the late rainy night of that December 1, 2016, when pain appeared in the eyes of thousands of people who, they thought, said goodbye to ...

An uprising for Cuba

By Gelsy Rodríguez Rivero / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

At the age of 22, Frank organized the uprising in Santiago de Cuba. At such a young age, but with such immense love for the country, ...

Cubans bear Fidel everywhere

Five years ago, the news shook the world and since then the man-symbol has become eternal. Eternal not in a photo, a phrase, a slogan; eternal in the example, in the experience, in the teaching; ...

Fidel lives

By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

A man walks in the middle of the year 2021, he seems almost alone and suddenly people surround him, they approach him without much preamble, without ...

Fidel lives forever within its people


Five years ago we accompanied Fidel during his stay in Camagüey, in transit to immortality, today we continue in his company, to confront the threats of the United States government, in a futile ...

Fidel was a pioneer of biotechnological sovereignty

By Jorge Enrique Fuentes Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

If today Cuba is shedding the despicable COVID-19, it is thanks to the accurate biotechnological vision of the undefeated Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz.

The United States' anti-Cuban policy and its internal operations

The true objectives of the supposedly peaceful marches in Cuba have been unmasked with numerous evidence presented by the Cuban authorities. Next, Humberto López, offers you more information so that you can make your own assessments about what the enemy ...