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BSO

SYNOPSIS ON B.S.O.

Emilio Aragón revisits the music that has marked the most important moments in his guests’ lives.

Featuring live video clips, live musical performances, and innovative choreography to surprise them with the soundtrack of their lives.

B.S.O. intertwines music and conversation in a natural way, accompanied by screenings, choreography, detailed artwork, and a cinematographic production.

The undisputed star of the show in each of the eight episodes is the music.

Pulsaciones

A neurosurgeon, with the transplanted heart of an investigative journalist who died rather strangely, begins to undergo the experiences and memories of the donor as if they were his own, which will lead him to investigate his death.

Covers con Emilio Aragón

Covers is the section within the program El Hormiguero 3.0 in which Emilio Aragón covers songs from all times, offering an opportunity to young talents of music and, sometimes, accompanied by celebrities.

Plácido y la copla

After the success of the album Pasión Española, Plácido Domingo pays tribute to the copla in this special program. It reviews the history of the copla with a dozen artists.

Los irrepetibles

Television program recorded in theatre, in which four actors and comedians are accompanied by a guest artist. They must carry out various improvisation tests following unknown premises. Inspired by Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Casi perfectos

A couple as happy as can be, with an amazing family! Andrés and Elena are married with two daughters, and live in a residential complex on the outskirts of Madrid. The continuous visits from their relatives will make their life not as perfect as one might expect.

Javier ya no vive solo

Javier is a bachelor who becomes head of the family overnight when he has to take care of his two nieces. The girls will have to adapt to a humble new life and leave behind the comfortable life to which they were accustomed.

Canciones de Navidad

Charity concert directed and presented by Emilio Aragón, and broadcast on Christmas Eve 2000, in benefit of the José María Ordiales Foundation, dedicated to helping children with heart disease. Among others, it saw the collaboration of Niña Pastori, Presuntos Implicados, Rita Irasema, Carlos Núñez, Arancha Sánchez Vicario and Abel Antón.