You can’t know about everything, but Andrea Gumes gathers in Tardeo collaborators who know a lot about cinema and series, feminism, astrology, food, books and comics, racism, menstruation, sexuality, trends, videogames, decent housing, mental health… In short, all the important things in life. The culture and current affairs magazine of Radio Primavera Sound, exclusively and live from the Carballo Interplay. And also… Nerea Pérez de las Heras will be her special guest!


(Barcelona, 1987) is a political scientist and cultural journalist. She uses her verbal incontinence to gain followers in Radio Primavera Sound, in the podcast she shares with Anna Pacheco, Ciberlocutorio, and in the daily cultural news program, Tardeo. Perhaps you will also see her hosting the webseries program Tube d’Assaig and talking about the internet in the cultural program Àrtic, both on Betevé. Sometimes she likes to write, you can find her in the anthology of short stories Ya no recuerdo qué quería ser de mayor (Temas de hoy, 2019), (h)amor 7 roto (Contintametienes, 2022), and now as a columnist in Rockdelux magazine. He also collaborates with Playground, Catalunya Ràdio and TV3. In addition, in his spare time he writes the monthly horoscopes for Vogue.


She is known for her work as a journalist and playwright. She has been doing political humor in public for years through the show Feminismo para torpes that became a book (Planeta) and a series of videos for the newspaper El País, the podcast Saldremos mejores together with Inés Hernand and the play Cómo hemos llegado hasta aquí, together with Olga Iglesias. Throughout her professional career she has written in media such as El País, SModa, Mujer hoy, Vogue, Esquire, Marie Claire and Glamour and collaborated in several radio and television programs such as A vivir in Cadena Ser and Las que faltaban in Movistar.

Ana Garriga y Carmen Urbita (Las hijas de Felipe)

Ana Garriga and Carmen Urbita met in Providence (Rhode Island) in 2016 when they began a master’s degree at Brown University. Together they are Philip’s daughters, the name under which in 2020 they began recording a podcast about Baroque treasures, always guided by the premise that “everything that is happening to you now, already happened to someone else in the 16th and 17th centuries”.