Pepe Navarro (journalist)

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Born (1951-11-16) November 16, 1951 (age 71)
Palma del Río, Spain
  • Journalist
  • Tv host
  • Radio host

Pepe Navarro (“Palma del Río, Córdoba, Spain” 16 November, 1951) is a Spanish journalist, TV and radio host.

He started as a radio host with Bienvenidos a la Música in Radio Juventud and Hora 13 in Radio Sabadell in 1975.

In 1983 he started hosting the TV programs La tarde and Telediario 1 in La 1 After working two years in New York he returned to Spain in 1989 where he hosted Por fin es viernes in Canal Sur. In 1989 he hosted in TVE the morning program El día por delante, where for the first time people such as Javier Bardem, Santi Millán, Santiago Urrialde, Nuria González and José Corbacho.[1] In 1992 he made a similar program for Antena 3 titled Vivir, vivir... qué bonito, later renamed Todo va bien (±√π)

In 1995 he was co-host of the game show El gran juego de la oca.[2]

In 1995 he was the host of the late night Esta noche cruzamos el Mississippi, in Telecinco a very successful program but also very controversial for the way it dealt with the crime of the Alcàsser Girls.[3] In 1997 he hosted a similar program in Antena 3, La sonrisa del pelícano, which was cancelled after many controversies, including rumors that it was to show a video with sexual content of an important newspaper director.[4]

In 2002 he hosted the reality show Gran Hermano.


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