Mondo Rai/Appointments and news

The Poland-Argentina match will be broadcast live on Rai1 tomorrow at 19.45. The commentary of the match, valid for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, will be entrusted to Stefano Bizzotto and Lele Adani. At 10pm the usual appointment with ‘Il Circolo dei Mondiali’ will be broadcast.

Gaia takes the ship to visit her grandmother in Sicily and disappears. The mother talks about it on “Chi l’ha visto?”, Conducted by Federica Sciarelli tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai 3, and she says: “she was serene, we don’t believe in suicide”. What happened on the Genoa-Palermo crossing? Marzia’s body is speaking: the horror of Pontecagnano with unpublished documents. To date, five suspects, all from the same family, for murder and concealment of a body. And then the story of Saman: the earth has returned the remains of the girl. to “Who saw it?” the interview with another cousin of the murdered girl: his name is Irfan and he had punched her because he dressed in Western style. He had told investigators that he knew nothing about the girl. And as always the appeals, requests for help and reports of people in difficulty.

Third appointment with ‘The fate of Ruby’, the film series proposed by Rai 2 and broadcast tomorrow at 21.20, with “The saga of Ruby Landry”, directed by Michael Robison and with Raechelle Banno, Karina Banno, Sam Duke , Ty Wood. The saga in four films, based on the novels by VC Andrews, tells the story of Ruby Landry. In the third film, Ruby returned to live in the bayou, a mysterious swamp in the Mississippi delta in Louisiana, with little Pearl. Following an attack by Buster, she decides to leave her hut and go and live in the villa of Paul Tate, who continues to be madly in love with her. The two marry in secret, even though theirs can only be a platonic marriage. Ruby, however, continues to think of Beau, who in the meantime is engaged to Gisselle, unaware of the fact that he has a daughter. When she finds out, she asks Ruby to drop everything and move in with him. In the meantime, Gisselle is bitten by a mosquito and goes into a coma: the possibility of a new beginning arises for the two lovers.

On Rai5 between music and words: “Embrace each other, multitudes!” – on Rai Radio1, the economic maneuver and the war on “Radio too”

On November 30, 1786, the Grand Duchy of Tuscany adopted a new Penal Code in which, for the first time in the world, the abolition of the death penalty was decreed. The “Festa della Toscana” commemorates that extraordinary event every year to affirm the commitment to the promotion of human rights, peace and justice, as a constitutive element of the identity of Tuscany. As part of the party, the music critic Sandro Cappelletto and the pianist Simone Soldati stage the project of the Associazione Musicale Lucchese entitled “Embrace each other, multitudes!”, a path between music and words, broadcast tomorrow at 17.30 on Rai 5 The journey brings together characters such as the Grand Duke of Tuscany Pietro Leopoldo di Lorena, Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert, who historically have never met, but who shared the belief that all men deserved justice and freedom. The concert opens with the music of Franz Schubert and the touching (and rarely performed) melologue Abschied von der Erde (Farewell to the earth) which intertwines with the words of the Leopoldian Code, and continues with the music of Beethoven who in 1786, when the Grand Duchy of Tuscany abolished the death penalty, he was only sixteen. Sandro Cappelletto and Simone Soldati have chosen, in particular, three works: the Symphony n. 3 in E flat major op. 55 Eroica, the Piano Sonata no. 30 in E major op. 109 and Symphony No. 9 in D minor, op.125 Chorale, alternating with music, the words of Cesare Beccaria, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Friedrich von Schiller, Nelson Mandela, Anna Achmatova.

Politics and economy in the spotlight tomorrow on Radio anch’io, on Rai Radio 1 from 6.30 to 9, with discussions on sending arms to Ukraine, the manoeuvre, state intervention in some very important economic issues – Ilva , Ita, Telecom. Then space for the news, with news from Ischia and the Saman case. As always, numerous guests enliven the debate with Giorgio Zanchini: Simone Zazzera, from Grr; Benedetta Salsi, the Resto del Carlino; Serena Danna, Deputy Director of Open. At 7.30 Matteo Perego of Cremnago, Undersecretary of State for Defense (FI); Paolo Ciani, deputy, Democratic Party – Democratic and Progressive Italy; Debora Serracchiani, leader of the Democratic Party in the Chamber; Carlo Calenda, leader of Action, Third Pole. And finally Lucio Malan, group leader of FdI in the Senate; Michele De Palma, Fiom CGIL national secretary; Carlo Amenta, economist, teaches at the University of Palermo and is director of the Observatory on the digital economy of the Bruno Leoni Institute

Demon and deity. Thus in the Middle Ages Genghis Khan was considered, ruthless leader of the Mongols and ruler over the largest empire ever ruled by a single man. A character at the center of the doc “Genghis Khan. The knight of the apocalypse”, premiered tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Storia. Accurate historical re-enactments, perfected with cutting-edge computer graphics and compositing techniques, form the essence of a documentary that uses not only archeology at spectacular ancient sites, but also the traces of ancient Mongolian culture left behind in the present.

The tragedy of Ischia at “Porta a Porta” with Minister Musumeci on Rai1 – On Rai5 ‘Visions’

“Porta a Porta”, broadcast tomorrow at 11.05 pm on Rai 1, will return to the tragedy that struck the island of Ischia together with the Minister for Civil Protection and Sea Policies Nello Musumeci. During the programme, Bruno Vespa will also address issues related to current politics and the economy with the Undersecretary of Labor Claudio Durigon, the Vice-President of the Senate Mariolina Castellone and the President of INPS Pasquale Tridico.

The discovery of the theater as a child, when he helped raise the curtain, the initial projects designed out of pure passion up to the first collaboration with Luca Ronconi. Since then Arnaldo Pomodoro has brought to the Italian theater the unique vision of the greatest Italian sculptor, certainly the most scenographic. Just as Pomodoro’s sculpture has always been monumental and spectacular, so his theater is a “sculpted theatre” where space and time are the only important dimensions for constructing a scenography, which does not seek any naturalistic solution. “Visioni”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.05 pm in first vision on Rai 5, follows his theatrical journey starting from Milan, in the spaces of the Pomodoro Foundation to arrive as far as Sicily, where in the incredible Gibellina theater space the sculptor has created great works like the Oresteia together with the artist Emilio Isgrò and finally in the spaces of his Labyrinth, the most theatrical work that the sculptor wanted to create. Speakers, together with Arnaldo Pomodoro, Antonio Calbi, Emilio Isgrò, his niece Carlotta Montebello and the actress Federica Fracassi. A program by Alessandra Greca, written with Emanuela Avallone, Franca De Angelis, Francesca Filiasi, Paola Mordiglia, Mirella Serri, directed by Elena Sorrentino.

Some of the most sensitive contemporary authors explore the non-linear trajectories that can dominate a relationship. Established filmmakers and newcomers draw, each with their own style, what moves the human soul, playing with the conventions of narrative genres to portray a relationship in its infinite, unique complexity. Tomorrow’s appointment at 21.15 on Rai Movie is with the film “The Duchess” by Saul Dibb, with Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes, Charlotte Rampling, Dominic Cooper and Hayley Atwell. The film was awarded at the 2009 Oscars for best costumes. England, 1774. At just seventeen, Georgiana Spencer marries the powerful and older Duke of Devonshire. Soon her relationship with her husband turns out to be a total failure: the noble’s only interest in his young wife, in fact, is that she provide him with a male heir, while she only manages to give birth to two females. Feeling rejected and despised by her spouse, the duchess turned her energies towards other interests, including fashion and politics, becoming an icon of her time. Meanwhile, she befriends Lady Bess Foster, her husband’s lover, while she falls madly in love with Count Charles Grey, a young liberal politician. But when the Duke of Devonshire discovers her extramarital affair, he forces her to choose between love and her daughters…