The Little Radio Show Podcast
About This Show
“The Little Radio Show” is a 30-minute general interest radio show that runs every week on HMSnetRadio.org and is archived on thelittleradioshow.com. “The Little Radio Show” is on HMSNetRadio.org on Thursdays at 2 pm (CST). The show hosts are Sandra Fernandez (@sandrasays), Juan Alanis (@juanofwords), and Anjelica Cazares (@la_anjel). Topics include current events, arts & entertainment, business & technology, as well as Latino lifestyle. Show segments include interviews with community members and topic experts.
Show hosts are Sandra Fernandez, publisher of the HispanicHouston.com website, and Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares, publishers of the Juan of Words blog – they are all among the top social media influencers and Latino lifestyle bloggers in the country.
Most Recent Episode
TLRS Ep.75: Our favorite Netflix shows
7 days ago
This week on The Little Radio Show we talk about our favorite new (and not-so-new) Netflix shows. These include: One Day at a Time Club de Cuervos A Series of Unfortunate Events “One Day at a Time” is garnering a lot of attention. It’s a reboot of a 1970s/1980s hit sitcom that launched the career of Valerie Bertinelli. The new version, a Netflix original, has a mostly Hispanic cast and focuses on three generations of a Cuban-American family. Justina Machado plays the mom, a newly-separated military vet who has recently-returned from the Middle East. Of particular interest is the fact that the show marks Rita Moreno’s return to the (small) screen. We talk about our opinions on the show. “Club de Cuervos” is revisited … enough said. And we take a look at “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” Netflix’s take on Lemony Snicket’s children’s book series. The Netflix version has Neil Patrick Harris taking the role of Count Olaf, the villain. What have you been watching lately? “The Little Radio Show” is on HMSNetRadio.org on Thursdays at 2 pm (CST). The show hosts are Sandra Fernandez (@sandrasays), Juan Alanis (@juanofwords), and Anjelica Cazares (@la_anjel). Subscribe to the Podcast via (RSS), on the