The famous journalist and writer Cristina Pacheco whose stories and “Mar de Historias” left their mark on Mexican literature, said goodbye to his program “We have to live here”. For health reasons, Pacheco was forced to leave the space that has become a staple of Mexican television. This farewell represents a new chapter in his life, after a long journey full of stories and experiences.
Why Cristina Pacheco left her program
The reasons that led Cristina Pacheco to make this difficult decision were based on health problems, which forced her to end her participation in the program. For many years, Pacheco has been a pillar of “Aqui nos tocó Vivir,” the voice and face that brings viewers countless stories and experiences of Mexican life.
This change marks a new chapter in his life and career, as he moves away from the program that has become a staple of Mexican television. However, while this farewell was a turning point, it was also a testament to his dedication and love for storytelling and journalism.
How many years did Cristina Pacheco lead the program?
Cristina Pacheco directed the program “Aqui nos tocó Vivir” for 45 years, since its premiere in 1978. This program, broadcast by the National Polytechnic Institute, marked a milestone in Mexican television, and Pacheco dedicated most of his life to this cultural work. Each broadcast is a reflection of their tireless work to show the diversity and richness of life in Mexico.
Throughout these decades, Pacheco has guided the audience through countless wonderful stories, which have earned him recognition such as the one given by UNESCO in 2010.