Friday, August 09, 2013
My new favourite go to site is this one, a collection of radio stations in Europe by country, even sub-countries like the Faroe Islands and tiny ones like San Marino. Because they are grouped by country and not language that means that the one for Spain has Basque, Catalan and Galician along with the expected Spanish, France has Occitan, and Slovenia has Hungarian.
Galician (at least on that one station) comes across as more of a Portuguese-influenced Spanish than a Spanish-influenced Portuguese, at least phonetically. When written it comes across the other way.