Women in Andalucia were some of the first in Spain to join the fight against General Franco, writes Jack Gaioni
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