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The singer Greta Spreafico was kidnapped: this is the hypothesis of the crime of the Rovigo prosecutor. The woman disappeared from Porto Tolle (Rovigo) where she had gone to sell her house inherited from her grandfather. At ‘Chi l’ha visto?’, the program conducted by Federica Sciarelli and broadcast tomorrow at 21.25 on Rai 3, the testimony of the man who spent the last evening with her before her disappearance. Also guests in the studio are the parents of the young American sommelier who disappeared under mysterious circumstances. They arrived from the United States after the discovery of the son’s belongings in a forest. We will also talk about the investigation into the murder of Marzia, who disappeared from Pontecagnano and was found dead in a farmhouse. And, as always, the appeals, requests for help and reports of people in difficulty.



From 24 October 1918, the Italians attacked on the Grappa and on the Piave. The Austro-Hungarian Empire is collapsing. Defeated at Vittorio Veneto, the Austrians were unable to organize a defensive line and on 3 November they signed an armistice with Italy at Villa Giusti, near Padua. A page reread from “’14-’18: the Great War 100 years later”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.10 pm on Rai Storia.

From the Blue Mountains, across 570 miles into the vast Australian continent to the mining town of Broken Hill. In “Prossima Fermata Australia”, broadcast tomorrow at 20.20 on Rai 5, the British journalist and former politician Michael Portillo explores New South Wales, following the itineraries of a famous railway guide, the 1913 Bradshaw’s Guide. In Sydney, he reconstructs learn about the city’s origins as a penal colony at Hyde Park Barracks, where many of the first inmates were housed, and visit the iconic Opera House. In Katoomba, he rides the steepest railway in the world. With an overnight journey, he travels on one of the longest trains in the world, the luxurious Indian Pacific Railway. In the arid hinterland of Broken Hill, Portillo discovers the precious metal that has put this isolated outpost on the international map – silver.

The work of the G20 in Indonesia on Tg2 Italia – on Rai Storia ‘Hannibal and the march against Rome’ Opening of the work of the G20 in Indonesia with the meetings at the summit of Prime Minister Meloni on “Tg2 Italia”, the current affairs column hosted by Marzia Roncacci , broadcast live tomorrow at 10 on Rai 2. Then, news updates and, finally, the topic of the day: the new trend of choosing bizarre pets. Some people keep llama alpacas and even bats at home. The need to look after fragile animals, such as the blind dog who has become an internet star, or unjustly mistreated by tradition, such as the black cat, seems to have grown. What, if any, is the hidden reason? And what precautions and risks must be faced? The veterinarian Federico Coccìa and the psychotherapist Maria Rita Parsi help to understand it. Even today it is considered one of the greatest military enterprises ever. In 218 BC, a Carthaginian army of ninety thousand men and three dozen elephants set out to cross the Alps to challenge the might of Rome. This enterprise is at the center of “Hannibal and the march against Rome”, broadcast tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Storia. Since then, the exact route chosen by Hannibal, the charismatic leader, has been the subject of controversy. Now, researchers believe they may be able to trace his path. Even today, it is considered one of the greatest military feats ever. In 218 BC, a Carthaginian army of ninety thousand men and three dozen elephants set out to cross the Alps to challenge the might of Rome. This enterprise is at the center of “Hannibal and the march against Rome”, broadcast on Wednesday 16 November at 21.10 on Rai Storia. Since then, the exact route chosen by Hannibal, the charismatic leader, has been the subject of controversy. Now, researchers believe they may be able to trace his path. Post Daesh Iraq is a country that is slowly trying to get back to normal. There are still many people who are trying to return to their homes. Society as a whole is criss-crossed by conflicts, traumas and sectarian divisions. To pay the highest price for all of this are women and minors. On “Radio 3 Mondo”, broadcast tomorrow on Radio 3, Anna Maria Giordano will talk about it with Sahar Salam, an Iraqi feminist activist. For years, Iraqi youth have taken to the streets, demanding an end to sectarianism, corruption, the dominance of arms. And organized civil society is constantly engaged in a long and complex process of rebuilding social ties and peacebuilding. Among those trying to change things there is also the Iraqi youth feminist movement which in 2019 animated the “October Revolution”, and which still fights today to obtain more spaces of political viability for young women. Some of them have published a volume, entitled “The Voice of the Revolution”, which collects short stories of young women who took to the streets for the first time in 2019, then occupying Tahrir Square in Baghdad for months.

On Rai3 Catholic faith and feminism at ‘How many stories’ – on Rai5 ‘Bee Gees. In Our Own Time’Is it possible to reconcile the Catholic faith and feminism? The writer Michela Murgia and the theologian Marinella Perroni talk about it tomorrow at 12.45 on Rai 3 in “Quante storie”, the program produced by Rai Cultura and conducted by Giorgio Zanchini. The guests answer the question by comparing the doctrinal precepts and the historical sources, to understand if the antinomies that have arisen in recent years around women’s rights are the sign of a real contradiction or if there is the possibility of a reading of the Gospel less linked to a male vision. From the first performances in Australia to the worldwide success of “Saturday Night Fever” to the disappearance of Maurice and Robin. The story of the three Gibb brothers is the focus of the two-part documentary “Bee Gees. In Our Own Time”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.35 pm on Rai 5. The three Gibb brothers, Barry, Maurice and Robin, tell firsthand the story of the success of the unnamed vocal trio who were baptized by an Australian disc jockey “Bee Gees ” only to present it to the public during a first performance on the radio. The story starts from the journey of the Gibb family who, in the 1950s, due to economic difficulties in Great Britain, moved to Australia in search of fortune. This story of emigration turns into the success of three boys with extraordinary talent and creativity. Barry, Robin and Maurice to pursue the beat dream that made the Beatles great return home and release one hit after another for more than forty years. In the first part of the documentary, the years of emigration and return to England are told, up to the release of “Saturday Night Fever”. In the second episode, broadcast on Thursday 17 November at 11.15 pm, the successful career of the trio until the disappearance of the twins. Archive interviews, rare and very rare videos, television appearances and live concerts embellish the story. The relationship between man and animals, which has inspired many artists. The new appointment with Andrea Angelucci and “Art Rider”, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5, is moving in search of places marked by this special bond. And there is a small but very rich region nestled between the Adriatic and the Apennines where still survive signs that tell the close relationship between the animal world and the human being: Molise. Inseparable travel companion is Angelucci’s notebook, a diary of extraordinary beauty in which Andrea draws and paints the monuments and some details of the works of art that he discovers during his itinerary.



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