Biography of Andrés Aberasturi (1948-VVVV)

Born in Madrid, Spanish journalist on 28 July 1948, which reached a significant notoriety in the late 1980s by their particular way of doing television. He started his profession as an editor in press, but it has developed nearly all of her journalism career in radio and television.

During his youth he was determined towards the studies of medicine and architecture, but finally opted for journalism. After completing his education, he began working in Alicante as editor of the journal information. He got a transfer to Madrid, and in a few days, joined in the drafting of people to work with Emilio Romero, who became a true master for the young Aberasturi. In those early years he also began to work for the Central Press Agency and on the template of news of RNE, functions as simultaneous with his work in people. Since then, rightly Aberasturi has combined his works in several media.

At the beginning of the Decade of the eighties, RNE tasked with driving the morning show for the station, and in 1984 moved to the night to direct the last cat, space that remained on air for four years. In 1989 he presented the same station the evening East of Eden. A year later joined Onda Cero program two hours of nothing, who in 1992 received the Golden antenna of radio, and in 1993 took over the space in the early morning one hour. Radio New Radio Voice signed him in 1995 to present voices of weekend. A year later the program was moved to the afternoon and became daily. Aberasturi returned to RNE, where he became charge of space the legend continues, within the programme of the night the day, presenting Manolo H.H. in the early mornings of Radio 1.

In TV he reached popularity in 1987 as presenter of the afternoon programme and, one year later, replaced Pedro Erquicia as director and presenter of the weekend news 48 hours in TVE. In 1989 he assumed the address and presentation by the afternoon, but it was only four months in charge of the program. He requested the leave of absence as a fixed worker of RTVE and collaborated in the Basque country and Andalusia, autonomic channels before joining the private channel Tele 5 in 1990 as a social chronicler of news between today and tomorrow, presented by Luis Mariñas. In 1992 presented the space Olympics of the heart and the weekly magazine Tele 5 tell me?. In Telemadrid, he made the program debate the pottery shop and managed cabin for Canal Sur. In 1993 he left Tele 5 and became conductor of the space within the limits of reality in Antena 3 TV.

In recent years, Andrés Aberasturi has become a regular contributor to talk radio and various publications, including the daily El Mundo. But, in addition to journalism, is confessed devotee literature where has made some inroads with poetic works (sync time Waltz, the solitude of Carancanfunfa) or fictionalized (God and I: sentimental Chronicle of a codified relationship). He is a member of the Committee of honor of the Association for the dissemination of the Spanish and Hispanic culture.

Aberasturi is a brain paralytic damsel's father and, since his son was born, the journalist has fought on all fronts so that these patients receive the necessary attention. Together with a group of parents created the Nile Foundation and the Dukes of Lugo College for care and the integration of disabled children. His son dedicated the book of poems a white glare (words for Cris), published in 1999.