TVE spectators know Francisca González especially for their live connections from La Palma. The journalist has been reporting on the island situation after the eruption of the Old Summit Volcano.
On Tuesday, October 19, it connected with Cafè d'Idées, a program that issues the 2 in Catalonia, to talk about the progress of lava and tell the latest news about the subject. Canaria surprised everyone by doing it in Catalan. Gemma Nierga, Conductor of the Format, said it like this: "Now I'll ask you the question about the reopening of the schools again, but in the set we have stayed a bit unemployed when I saw the Catalan you are talking about."
The reporter responded between laughter: "Catalan-Canario spoke." She then explained that she handles the language because she had studied her second career in Catalonia. The presenter added: "You always get a smile."
González graduated by journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid and subsequently obtained the Bachelor of Studies in East Asia at the Oberta Universitat de Catalunya.
The connection of the journalist has been very praised in social networks. José Pablo López, General Telemadrid, shared his speech and added: "What important value has the effort of Francisca González for speaking in Catalan in its connections for the 2 in Catalonia from La Palma. This gesture of 'Català-Canari' Unite more than other glues. "
A tweeter published: "Blessed Plurality that of this country. A Canarian reporter starts talking on an almost perfect Catalan, with what has to be the direct ... I lack hands to applaud." Another indicated: "Why do I like Spain? Well, because of things like this, what pride". A third stressed: "This is what public television should be".
Better with you, the morning space of the 1, recalled on Tuesday, October 19 that one month has been reached from the beginning of the eruption of the volcano. The Magicine rescued the moment in which Francisca González's reaction could be seen before an earthquake in La Palma and how since then she has been reporting on the situation on the island.
Ion Aramendi interviewed the reporter and asked him how he was. She answered: "Well, we still stand after 30 days of eruption, that is already quite say". The presenter stressed that she was facing a historical moment, which was going to mark her as much professional and personally.
The journalist declared: "It has been quite tremendous because here in the Canary Islands, the older people are remembered, who entered eruption in 1971, but I was born on December 21, 1976. I knew about a volcano knew it for the Books ... I had never seen one and, when they sent me here, I had the feeling that I was going to make a weekend guard and nothing was going to happen. "
González reviewed some of the experiences he has lived in recent weeks. In addition, he confessed that during this time he has seen many neighbors with binoculars, trying to see if their homes are still standing: "It has been very hard at a human level."Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 17:16