Christian Gálvez

Christian Gálvez is a Spanish television host, writer and world expert on Leonardo Da Vinci. For more than eleven years he has been in charge of Pasapalabra (on Telecinco, a Spanish television channel), maintaining it as one of the highest rated entertainment programs in Spain and has won several Ondas Awards, given by Radio Barcelona, and TP de Oro Awards, given by the Spanish magazine Teleprograma.  He has also presented other programs on Telecinco like Operación Tony Manero, Tú sí que vales, the debates on the show Supervivientes, El reencuentro, Acorralados, El tirón and Qarentena. Currently, he hosts the radio program De sábado con Christian Gálvez on Cadena 100 (a Spanish radio station)

He is also a member of the ASN Leonardo Project, the International Council of Museums of Spain, the Spanish Association, the American Alliance of Museums and ambassador of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases.



He has been awarded the Iris Award for best program presenter, the Protagonistas Award in the Television category, the Antena de Oro Award in the Television category, the Laurel Platinum Award for best national journalist, the La Alcazaba Award for best television presenter and the Special Award at the IV Concha García Campoy Scientific Journalism Awards.

Christian Gálvez is the author, together with Marina G. Torrús, of the children’s saga Little Leo Da Vinci (El pequeño Leonardo Da Vinci), which aims to introduce children to history through the adventures of a young Leo da Vinci and his friends.