B.S.O. with Emilio Aragón EPISODE 7 : Dani Rovira

Music · TV


Dani Rovira’s favorite movie is Big Fish and it has marked him in all aspects of his life. He considers that he has a minstrel spirit and that he is a storyteller, that he is a storyteller and hence the importance of this film for him. The BSO set thus becomes a Big Fish. With a fair in a clearing in a forest as in the film. With its circus characters, the tree with the wooden slats, the boots and an entrance to a very spectacular circus tent. All very magical and fantasy of Tim Burton. Emilio will talk with him about his career, his beginnings, his success, his illness, his philosophy of life and his commitment to helping others and especially animals.

The comedian tells how storytelling made him very happy and how the influence that Emilio Aragón himself, for whom he feels a deep admiration, Pepe Rubianes or Faemino y Cansado had on him, made him decide for comedy. “You would have to wear a white coat”, a girl once told him when he came out to see him act, and that’s when he understood that it was a very necessary profession. He explains how the muses come to him on stage and his best moments have come from improvising.

We will know how this comedian was discovered in the theater by a well-known casting director and got the role of his life in 8 apellidos vascos.

All these anecdotes of life will be told with Dani’s favorite songs as a common thread. From Pau Donés and Silvio Rodriguez to Triana, Manuel Carrasco or the French Noir Desír. And they will be interpreted by Manolo García, the group Elefantes, Conchita and Alba Molina.

In addition, we will see Dani singing by Miguel Ríos, the one his father likes so much and picking up the message of Bebo San Juan, when he sings “Sácale la lengua” referring to something we should all do at times like the ones we are living.

The BSO dedicated to the comedian is a hymn to life. There will be no lack of emotion, but without losing the humor, the main characteristic of two of our best comedians together. Emilio and Dani feel mutual admiration for each other and it shows in this very special dialogue.

GENRE: Music and entertainment TV format
NUMBER OF PROGRAMS: 8 installments
PRODUCER: Estudio Caribe


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Emilio Aragón

Caribe Studio

Emilio Aragón


E01 – The Javis

Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi will review with Emilio Aragón their most special musical moments. In the soundtrack of their lives there are countless pop references, which illustrate very well the particular world of the two creators.

E02 – Raphael

Raphael will review with Emilio Aragón his most special musical moments. In the soundtrack of his life there are countless references, which will be interpreted in many different ways by artist friends.

E03 – Joaquín

Emilio Aragón will receive on the set of B.S.O. the soccer player Joaquín, who will open his heart, review the best moments of his sporting career and talk about those songs that have marked him for life.

E04 – Belén Rueda

Emilio Aragón pays tribute to actress Belén Rueda, through the songs that make up the soundtrack of her life. Belén Rueda will review her career, but she will also show her more personal side.

E05 – Antonio Banderas

Emilio Aragón welcomes the great international star, Antonio Banderas. The actor and director will review his personal and professional career through the songs of his life.

E06 – Alaska

Emilio Aragón receives a unique woman, Alaska, with whom he has many things in common. They arrived in Spain at the same time, in 1973, and they are both sons of Cuban and Spanish parents. Alaska has been able to adapt to each era without losing her personality.

E07 – Dani Rovira

Dani Rovira’s favorite movie is “Big Fish” and it has marked him in all aspects of his life. The BSO set thus becomes a “Big Fish”. Emilio will talk with him about his career, his beginnings, his success, his illness and his philosophy of life.

E08 – Lolita

The program will be structured like the verses of Serrat’s Mediterráneo, Lolita’s favorite song. They will deal with her childhood and what it is like to belong to a family saga of artists.