"Agora... Acontece!": the differences between Brazil and Portugal...

By Virtual Museum of Lusophony

...and much more topics in the radio show "Agora... Acontece!, a cultural magazine with Portuguese-speaking itinerancies and
literacies. The various programs address academic, philosophical and everyday
themes, seeking a social reading through intercultural communication. Presented by Portuguese journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho, from 1998 to 2011.

Agora... Acontece! - Program 130 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with 3 Brazilians and 1 Portuguese about the differences between daily life in Brazil and Portugal.

Program 130

Agora... Acontece! - Program 151 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

A conversation with Maria Helena Valente Rosa, from the Portuguese Ministry of Education, about the scholarships granted to Timorese people in Portugal.

Program 151

Agora... Acontece! - Program 156 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In the year that the centenary of the Brazilian poet Carlos Drumond de Andrade was celebrated, this program presented two poems in the voice of Lauro Moreira: Hand in hand and Love in its time.

Program 156

Agora... Acontece! - Program 161 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Interviews with the group Modas À Margem do Tempo, composed of four Portuguese and one Brazilian.

Program 161

Agora... Acontece! - Program 163 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The engineer Alberto Rui Machado, was President of the Cape Verdean Federation of Organization presents the album "Lisboa nos cantares cabo-verdianos" which is a collection of Cape Verdean poems that have Lisbon as their main subject.

Program 163

Agora... Acontece! - Program 164 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Né Ladeiras presents the album "Da minha voz" with the collaboration of African, Brazilian and Portuguese artists.

Program 164

Agora... Acontece! - Program 170 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Conversation with economistMário Máximo, about his album "Dizer Pessoa", which includes 17 poetic texts from the Portuguese Fernando Pessoa.

Program 170

Agora... Acontece! - Program 177 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with Teresa Rita Lopes, a professor specializing in the Portuguese language, mainly in the works of the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa.

Program 177

Agora... Acontece! - Program 178 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with Maria Helena Mira Mateus, a Portuguese linguist known mainly for her work in phonology and prosody of the Portuguese language.

Program 178

Agora... Acontece! - Program 235 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

An interview with Sérgio Godinho, poet, composer, Portuguese interpreter about his album "Irmão do Meio" with the participation of Portuguese and Brazilian performers such as "Xutos e Pontapés", "Gaiteiros de Lisboa", Teresa Salgueiro, Caetano Veloso, Milton Nascimento and Gabriel O Pensador.

Program 235

Agora... Acontece! - Program 236 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

A conversation about the album "Navegantes" authored by Projeto Treinados, which is composed of three Portuguese musicians and the Brazilian singer José Renato.

Program 236

Agora... Acontece! - Program 239 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The release of "A Música em Pessoa", on the 50th anniversary of the death of the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa. Performed by great Brazilian artists, such as Jô Soares, Marco Nanini and Tom Jobim.

Program 239

Agora... Acontece! - Program 243 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Interview with the Brazilian singer and composer Zeca Baleiro.

Program 243

Agora... Acontece! - Program 250 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program the journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho presents the album "Jacarandá" by the Portuguese composer, musical director and guitarist Pedro Jóia. The songs are sung by great Brazilian performers, such as Elba Ramalho, Ney Matogrosso, Daniela Mercury and Zélia Duncan.

Program 250

Agora... Acontece! - Program 252 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Interview with the Portuguese journalist Carlos Fino, who was awarded the title of Honorary Citizen of Brasilia.

Program 252

Agora... Acontece! - Program 254 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation of the instrumental album "Choro de longe" authored by two Brazilian musicians living in Portugal: Edu Miranda and Tunico Goulart. In another excerpt of this program, there is an interview with the Portuguese writer, professor of philosophy and essayist Miguel Real.

Program 254

Agora... Acontece! - Program 262 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Interview with the Portuguese fado singer Kátia Guerreiro, who was born in South Africa.

Program 262

Agora... Acontece! - Program 270 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

A conversation with the Portuguese MEP Ilda Figueiredo, who has worked and defended the rights to maintain Portuguese culture and language in the European Union.

Program 270

Agora... Acontece! - Program 280 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, the journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with the Brazilian singer Paula Morelenbaum, who for more than ten years sang alongside Tom Jobim. In her album "Berimbaum" she performs poems by Vinícius de Moraes.

Program 280

Agora... Acontece! - Program 294 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation the album of Forró "Até o dia clarear" of the Brazilian band Novo Nordeste. The program ends with the Brazilian ambassador Lauro Moreira, who was the first ambassador of Brazil to the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), reciting the poem "Mário de Andrade Ausente" by the Brazilian poet Manoel Bandeira.

Program 294

Agora... Acontece! - Program 297 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Terrakota,, a music group, presents its second album, entitled "Húmus Sapiens". The album was recorded in Dakar, Africa and the Portuguese music band draws on influences from African, Caribbean, Indian and the Middle East music.

Program 297

Agora... Acontece! - Program 307 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with the Portuguese linguist Fernanda Cavacas about her book "The life of words - Lexicon" in partnership with the Portuguese linguist Aldónio Gomes.

Program 307
Credits: Story

Carlos Nuno de Abreu Pinto Coelho (18 April 1944 - 15 December 2010) was a Portuguese journalist. He taught journalism for two years at the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar.

Cover photo: Tiago Vieira da Silva

REFERENCES:

Forte, N. & Alexandre, P. [O QUE É FEITO DE SI?]. (1992, July 6). Carlos Pinto Coelho [Video file]. Retrieved from https://arquivos.rtp.pt/conteudos/carlos-pinto-coelho/

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