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Coffee Break Spanish wins European Professional Podcast of the Year

Coffee Break Spanish was honoured this evening in a ceremony in Hamburg, Germany as European Professional Podcast of the Year, as part of the European Podcast Awards. Coffee Break Spanish host Mark Pentleton was in Hamburg to collect the award. In December Coffee Break Spanish was awarded UK Podcast of the Year in the Professional category and was put forward

Radio Lingua shortlisted for two Podcast Awards

We're delighted to announce that two Radio Lingua podcasts have been shortlisted in the 2008 Podcast Awards. Coffee Break French has been shortlisted in the Education category, and Coffee Break Spanish has been chosen as one of ten podcasts in the prestigious People's Choice category. We're counting on your votes, so please support the show. You can vote once a

Coffee Break Spanish in the Podcast Awards

We recently invited you to nominate Coffee Break Spanish for a European Podcast Awards, and it must be the seaon for all the awards at the moment, as the international podcast awards have just been announced. Listeners are invited to vote for their favourite podcasts in a number of categories, and, of course, we’d be very happy if you would

Coffee Break Spanish in iTunes Best of 2007 list

We were delighted to discover today that Coffee Break Spanish was listed in the “Best of 2007 Podcasts” on iTunes US and Canada. Many thanks to all our listeners for your support and ongoing interest in the show.

Coffee Break Spanish wins major award

Mark and Kara from Coffee Break Spanish were down in Cardiff yesterday to pick up a coveted European Award for Languages, presented by Isabella Moore, CEO of CILT, the National Centre of Languages on behalf of the European Commission. Watch the video of the proceedings below.

Coffee Break Spanish wins prestigious award

Coffee Break Spanish has won a European Award for Languages. The award recognises “creative ways to improve the quality of language teaching, motivate students and make the best of available resources”. It’s a Europe-wide initiative supported by the European Commission. The UK co-ordinator of the initiative is CILT, the National Centre for Languages. In total 15 initiatives were recognised involving