One of the most common reactions to visiting the Rio Tinto mining complex is a comparison to a Martian landscape - and that’s not so far-fetched for a number of reasons
How a 100-year ‘war’ between an Andalucian village and France forged lifelong friendships
WITH a good pair of binoculars on a clear day, from just about anywhere along the Costa del Sol, you can make out the...
Although the terms are contemporary, the role of journalism in ‘manufacturing opinion’ has been a human activity as far back as reliable evidence suggests, writes Jack Gaioni
Jack Gaioni examines Pope Alexander VI's life, role and global influence.
The author confessed ‘the Bond character is a compound of all the secret agents I knew'
Adolf Clauss was running the largest and most efficient German spy ring in Spain, writes Jack Gaioni
Columinst Jack Gaioni takes a look at Las Medulas as an example of what the Romans did for us
Jack Gaioni explores modern-day treasure hunters, are they pirates or archaeologists?
Columnist Jack Gaioni explores the history of flight in Spain