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Town criers

1981: Juan Jose Poblador (writer)

1982-1985: Municipal Corporation

1986: Manuel Martínez Mediero (playwright)

1987: Manuel Pacheco (poet)

1988: Gomaespuma (radio show)

1989: Tip and Coll (comedians)

1990: Mari Carmen and her dolls (ventriloquist)

1991: Carlos Herrera (journalist)

1992: José Carlos Duque (journalist)

1993: Antonio Martín Benítez (journalist)

1994: Juan Luis Galiardo (actor)

1995: Carlos Cano (singer-songwriter)

1996: Ángel Luis López (journalist)

1997: Julián Mohedano (journalist)

1998: Teresiano Rodríguez (journalist)

1999: Manuel López

2000: Miguel Bosé (musician and actor)

2001: Tam Tam Go (music group)

2002: Mariano Mariano (humorist)

2003: Antonio Hidalgo (tv presenter)

2004: Antonio Ferrera (bullfighter)

2005: Paco el Cerillo and Juan José Poblador (murgueros)

2006: Hermanos Calatrava (comedians)

2007: Verónica Hidalgo (Miss Spain 2005)

2008: Manuel González Lena (murga Ad Libitum)

2009: Carlos Eugenio García (Yuyubas troupe)

2010: Roberto Gómez (sports journalist)

2011: Soraya Arnelas (singer)

2012: El Desván del Duende (music group)

2013: Gori-Sansinena (murga Jarana)

2014: Los Chunguitos (music group)

2015: David Copito (footballer)

2016: Mari Pepa Orantos (Desertores troupe)

2017: Julián Quintanilla and Loles León (film director and actress)

2018: Carlos Latre (comedian)

2019: Fernando Tejero (actor)

2020: Alexia Sánchez, Pepa Montesinos and Tamara Pulido (carnival)