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One of the classic programs of Radio Universidad de Chile, with more than 500 works read, will focus in four chapters on the text that will be plebiscited.

Saturday August 6, 2022 11:37 a.m.

“You have to read the best seller.” With this premise, the program The republic of letters will dedicate its four programs in August to review and comment on the proposed constitutional text. In this way, the program hosted by Omar Sarrás, Alberto Mayol, Antonella Estévez and Patricio López will focus on the most read book of the year in Chile.

In the first chapter (August 6) parts 1 to 4 will be discussed, in the second (August 13) parts 5 to 8, in the third (August 20) parts 9 to 11 plus transitional provisions and in the last episode of the series (August 27) a general comment will be made.

The heart of this program is to read collectively and share what is read. And since this is the largest collective reading that we have had, perhaps, in the history of the country, it seemed natural to us to be part of it, ”said the drivers.

“On September 5 we will know if we have read a fiction or non-fiction book,” they added.

The Republic of Letters airs every Saturday at 9:00 p.m. on Radio Universidad de Chile and its different platforms.

Photo: Aton Agency.

“You have to read the best seller.” With this premise, the program The republic of letters will dedicate its four programs in August to review and comment on the proposed constitutional text. In this way, the program hosted by Omar Sarrás, Alberto Mayol, Antonella Estévez and Patricio López will focus on the most read book of the year in Chile.

In the first chapter (August 6) parts 1 to 4 will be discussed, in the second (August 13) parts 5 to 8, in the third (August 20) parts 9 to 11 plus transitional provisions and in the last episode of the series (August 27) a general comment will be made.

The heart of this program is to read collectively and share what is read. And since this is the largest collective reading that we have had, perhaps, in the history of the country, it seemed natural to us to be part of it, ”said the drivers.

“On September 5 we will know if we have read a fiction or non-fiction book,” they added.

The Republic of Letters airs every Saturday at 9:00 p.m. on Radio Universidad de Chile and its different platforms.

Photo: Aton Agency.

“You have to read the best seller.” With this premise, the program The republic of letters will dedicate its four programs in August to review and comment on the proposed constitutional text. In this way, the program hosted by Omar Sarrás, Alberto Mayol, Antonella Estévez and Patricio López will focus on the most read book of the year in Chile.

In the first chapter (August 6) parts 1 to 4 will be discussed, in the second (August 13) parts 5 to 8, in the third (August 20) parts 9 to 11 plus transitional provisions and in the last episode of the series (August 27) a general comment will be made.

The heart of this program is to read collectively and share what is read. And since this is the largest collective reading that we have had, perhaps, in the history of the country, it seemed natural to us to be part of it, ”said the drivers.

“On September 5 we will know if we have read a fiction or non-fiction book,” they added.

The Republic of Letters airs every Saturday at 9:00 p.m. on Radio Universidad de Chile and its different platforms.

Photo: Aton Agency.

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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