París al Habla was a production of varieties specially oriented to the Parisian cultural information, configuring as a window to Europe, showing a different world, much more free and richest that allows us to contrast the vision offered by immigrants, and imported by European tourists. It was indirect and implicit criticism of the established morality, and also the economic policy of the regime: a criticism of the Franco It regime expressed in a frivolous manner, but by no means less effective.
Thus the French culture played a key role in the development of the cultural change that was developed over the Decade. A cultural change without which cannot be understood the subsequent process of political transition to democracy in Spain.
It retains a long series of broadcasts, dating between 1966 and 1973, structured in several sections which are usually repeated. A news section of cultural, historic and sporting character, a section on film and theatrical releases, and a section dedicated to music, usually concerning some Parisian musical event. All of this, spiced with songs interspersed between paragraphs.
Ramón Chao and Salvador Calabuig appear as directors. And as radio speakers, Carmen Bonet, Álex Marco and Luis López Álvarez.