To Talk For The Sake Of Talking

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To Talk For The Sake Of Talking (Hablar por hablar in Spanish, Parlar per parlar in Catalan) is a nighttime radio talk show broadcast by Cadena SER in Spain and Radio Caracol in Colombia.


The show was created by Gemma Nierga [1] for Radio Barcelona in 1989. In its 2007 spring season, it had an audience average of 604,000 listeners.[ according to whom? ]

The program receives telephone calls from listeners who express their problems or opinions and receive advice and feedback.


Cadena Ser and Radio Barcelona (Cadena Ser) in Spain

Parlar per parlar (in Catalan and Spanish for Catalonia and Andorra)
PresenterRadio stationSeason
Gemma Nierga Radio Barcelona (Cadena SER)1989–1997
Raquel Aturia Radio Barcelona (Cadena SER)2008–2009
Hablar por hablar(in Spanish for all Spain)
PresenterRadio stationSeason
Fina Rodríguez Cadena SER1997–2001
Mara Torres Cadena SER2001–2006
Paqui Ramos Cadena SERholiday time 2004-2006
Cristina Lasvignes Cadena SER2007–2009
Paloma Delgado Cadena SERholiday time 2007-2008
Macarena Berlín Cadena SER2009-Current
Almudena Navarro Cadena SERholiday time 2012

Radio Caracol in Colombia

Hablar por hablar
PresenterRadio stationSeason
Diana Montoya Radio Caracol2007–2009

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  1. Gómez, Rosario G. (2003-02-03). "La SER exporta 'Hablar por hablar' a la radio latinoamericana" [SER Exports 'To Talk For The Sake Of Talking' to Latin American Radio]. El País (in Spanish). Madrid. Retrieved 2019-06-25.