‘Lo Siguiente’ , the program of TVE-1 co-produced by Secuoya Contenidos starts next Monday a new stage in which it will renew its contents and incorporate new faces to its range of collaborators.
Presented daily in the Access prime time of the public network by Raquel Sánchez Silva, the space opens even more to the present with a turn in its format that will configure it as an observatory of what is happening and of what may interest the viewer in social themes, culture, science, consumption or intelligent social chronicle.
From Monday 14, the family of ‘Lo Siguiente’ grows by incorporating as new faces the comedian and journalist Juan Luis Cano, the actress and presenter Llum Barrera, the journalists Álvaro Berro and Luis Quevedo and the presenter and reporter Aránzazu Santos . In a renovated set, all of them will have a daily presence in the magazine offering current contents from different perspectives. Thus, Juan Luis Cano will put at the service of the program his ironic and experienced vision of reality, Luis Quevedo will contribute his experience in scientific divulgation, Llum Barrera will make available the freshness and empathy of one of the most beloved faces of the small screen and Aránzazu Santos will take charge of the live connections.
Finally, Alvaro Berro, will be responsible for supporting Raquel Sánchez Silva giving way to the different topics of the day.
In this new stage, ‘Lo Siguiente’ will be more aware than ever of what happens on the street, with reports and live connections. In addition, and as usual, each day a new guest will go to the set of Raquel Sánchez Silva not only to be interviewed by the presenter, but will be part of the program as a collaborator, giving their opinion and intervening in current issues who have starred in the day.
Next week, the ‘Lo Siguiente’ guests will be:
Monday, 14: Ana Belén
Tuesday, 15: Pablo Carbonell
Wednesday, 16: Álvaro Morte
JUAN LUIS CANO
Journalist, writer and comedian from Madrid, popularly known for being part of the comic duo Gomaespuma. Juan Luis has developed his professional activity as a radio journalist (Onda Cero, M80 Radio, as well as a novelist and collaborator in different media.) Currently, he directs “Legs are not the body”, on weekends in Melodía FM.
Actress, presenter and Balearic journalist who has participated in numerous television programs such as “Zapeando”, from La Sexta or “Tu cara me suena”, from Antena 3. Currently, she collaborates in the program “A vivir”, from Cadena Ser, and presents “Agafa’m Si Pots”, by IB3. It also represents “La lista de mis deseos”, a play that is touring throughout the country.
Luis Quevedo is an internationally awarded journalist, presenter, entrepreneur and producer. Trained as a scientist and trained in communication at Televisión Española [Redes, Tres14], he has developed his informative work mainly in the USA. UU and Latin America [Science Friday by NPR, NTN24 TV, History Channel], where he has also been a correspondent for the newspaper El Mundo. In 2018 he premiered in # 0 of Movistar + the documentary series “The extraordinary powers of the human body” with Patricia Conde. Recently, he has directed and presented “La Otra Ciencia”, a new science space on Telemadrid.
Álvaro Berro is a Sevillian journalist, who left his city to study the race in Madrid 8 years ago. He has been an informant, was a presenter at the Non Stop People cultural channel and has worked as a reporter in different national programs. Of early vocation, as a child he played a war reporter, recorded radio programs with his friends and wrote chronicles about the news of his home.
Journalist and actress from Madrid passionate about the world of television. After studying journalism and interpretation in the capital, he started his career in front of the cameras in the youth channel NON STOP PEOPLE, by Movistar Plus. There he presented two formats, a morning news program and a humor and technology magazine. Soon after, the reports and live connections arrived. After working for Movistar Plus, he worked on the daily program “Espejo Público”, on Antena 3, and on the morning “120 minutos”, on Telemadrid, both counting the last hour from the street.