Los Desayunos de TVE

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Los Desayunos de TVE
Genre News
Directed by Nacho García Mostazo
Presented by Julio César Iglesias (1994–1996)
Javier González Ferrari (1996–1999)
Luis Mariñas (1999–2004)
Pepa Bueno (2004–2009)
Ana Pastor (2009–2012)
María Casado (2012–2016)
Sergio Martín Herrera (2016-present)
Country of origin Spain Spain
Original language(s) Spanish
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 100 minutes
Production company(s) Televisión Española
Original network La 1
Original release January 8, 1994 – present
External links
Website www.rtve.es/noticias/los-desayunos-de-tve/

Los Desayunos de TVE (English: TVE's Breakfasts) is a Spanish breakfast television news program, broadcast on weekdays on La 1 of Televisión Española since January 8, 1994.[1]


The show consists of an interview with the host of the show, accompanied by journalists from prestigious relevance to a particular political character, but also social, cultural, economic, artistic, sports or media. Then develops a gathering of political content among journalists present on the set.


During the first years, Los Desayunos de TVE was once known under the title of Los Desayunos de Radio 1 because TVE2 was broadcast simultaneously by the Radio Nacional de España, as part of the segment Mañanas de Radio 1, hosted by Julio César Iglesias. Iglesias was in charge of conducting the interviews and he was always accompanied by journalists Diego Carcedo - Director, at the time of RNE - and Antonio San José.

In 1996, both Carcedo and San José left RNE and therefore the program. The trio of interviewers then passes consist of Iglesias, Alejo García and Javier González Ferrari, the new Director of RNE, which became primarily responsible for the program. Just a year later, Carlos Dávila and Isabel San Sebastián, alternatively, occupied the post of Alejo Garcia. In September 1996, the show was transferred to TVE1 and was renamed Los Desayunos de Radio Nacional. In return, the morning edition of La 2 Noticias was also absorbed by the Telediario brand and Los Desayunos moved its starting time to 9:00am. In 1997, it was finally renamed to its current name, Los Desayunos de TVE.

Following the appointment of González Ferrari as head of the News Services of TVE, the Galician journalist Luis Mariñas who - since January 1999 - took over presenting the program, where he stayed for six seasons until 2004. During this period the program was hosted by several collaborators as Juancho Armas Marcelo, Consuelo Sánchez Vicente, Isabel Duran, Esther Esteban, Fernando Jáuregui and Charo Zarzajuelos.

Since that year, Los Desayunos was hosted by Pepa Bueno, with José Ribagorda as the subdirector (until 2006). Bueno has been accompanied on camera by journalists Joaquin Estefanía, Enric Sopena, Juan Jose Millas, Charo Zarzalejos, Esther Jaén, Lucia Mendez, Oscar Campillo, Anabel Diez and Victoria Prego.

Between September 2009 and July 2012 presentation of the program was taken over by the journalist Ana Pastor. In August this year the host of "Los Desayunos" was dismissed from office by the director of TVE Julio Somoano. She said: "She was dismissed for making Journalism".[2] On August 21 he announced that María Casado would be her replacement.[3]

It is announced that Casado would be leaving the show in September 2016, after 4 years. She will be moving to the daytime talkshow, La Mañana de la 1, for a brand new season in early September 2016. Sergio Martín Herrera from Canal 24 Horas would be her replacement.


  1. ^ "Los Desayunos de TVE". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Ana Pastor: "Me destituyen por hacer periodismo"". El País. 4 August 2012. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "«María Casado sustituirá a Ana Pastor al frente de 'Los desayunos de TVE'". El País. 20 August 2012. Retrieved 24 August 2013.