A noble opponent for a prestigious anniversary. The last home match of the 2022 edition of the ‘Nations League’ for the Azzurri, in fact, tomorrow against England, will coincide with the official match number sixty played at San Siro: a goal that brings the “Meazza” closer to the Olimpico in Rome, where the national team has played twice more, 62. The one against the English Lions represents, among other things, one of the last chances to grab a qualification for the final phase which remains complicated but possible, also considering the direct clash between Hungary and Germany, which precede the Azzurri by two and a point in the Group 3 standings. Italy-England, which will be preceded by the double anthem performed live by the Italian-English soprano Carly Paoli, born in Nottinghamshire from an English father and an Italian mother, will go broadcast live on Rai 1, starting at 8.35 pm, immediately after Tg1, with commentary by Alberto Rimedio and Antonio Di Gennaro and the speeches from the sidelines by Tiziana Alla. Alessandro Antinelli and Lele Adani, on the other hand, will manage the pre and post study, with interviews with the protagonists by Andrea Riscassi.
The upcoming political scenarios and the hottest issues at the international level: what are the parties’ recipes for the economic consequences of the war, which has strongly returned to the political and economic life of the country. Tomorrow at 11.15 pm on Rai 2 with “Restart-L’Italia ricomincia da te” the last day of the election campaign will end in the company of the protagonists. The leader of the Five Star Movement, Giuseppe Conte, the number two of Forza Italia, Antonio Tajani, the economic manager of Fratelli d’Italia, Maurizio Leo will talk about it with Aldo Cazzullo, deputy director of Corriere della Sera and Mario Sechi, director of Agi. and Maurizio Lupi, at the helm of Noi moderati. At the center of the discussion will be healed the dear energy and its implications, the latest statements by Putin, the financial markets and the economic consequences of a war. Like the decisions of the ECB and the Fed to raise interest rates with immediate effects on mortgages and homes. Then a focus on the PNRR with the expert, Professor Carlo D’Ippoliti. Restart is back on air on Rai2 on October 3, resuming the tradition of placing Monday in the late evening. Restart-Italia ricomincia da te is also on RaiPlay and on our social networks.
Sveva Sagramola and Emanuele Biggi lead a new appointment with “Geo”, the program on nature, the environment and the cultures of the world produced by Rai Cultura, tomorrow at 4 pm on Rai 3. Guest of the episode Alessandro Benedetti, “the hunter of waves” and the perfect moment to photograph them. CNR researcher and expert in “wave watching” (the observation of waves and storm surges), from a very young age he understood that photography is the only way to stop, as well as in the mind and heart, something exciting that is destined to disappear in a few seconds.
On Rai Storia a tribute to Lydia Alfonsi – on Rai5 ‘Brian Johnson, a life on the road’ To remember Lydia Alfonsi – great actress of theater, cinema and TV, and protagonist of famous Rai dramas in black and white, recently passed away – Rai Cultura re-proposes the episode of “Yesterday and Today” of which she had been a guest, broadcast tomorrow at 12.00 on Rai Storia. In that episode – conducted by Lelio Luttazzi under the direction of Lino Procacci and broadcast on October 14, 1969 – Lydia Alfonsi reviewed and commented on her most famous television appearances starting with the drama with which she had attracted the attention of the public: “La Pisana “(1960) directed by Giacomo Vaccari and taken from” The confessions of an Italian “by Nievo. But there are also pieces from “Mastro Don Gesualdo” (1963), still directed by Vaccari with Enrico Maria Salerno; and “Life of Michelangelo” (1964) by Silverio Blasi, again with Enrico Maria Salerno. Guests of that episode of “Yesterday and Today” also Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia and Franco Cerri. Dublin, Temple Bar district: this is the destination of “Brian Johnson, a life on the road”, broadcast tomorrow at 00.55 on Rai 5 Here, in the well-known pub “The Porterhouse”, the AC / DC singer meets his old friend Joe Elliott of Def Leppard, between anecdotes and unpublished memories about a band with a tumultuous history. A dialogue full of “rock” ideas that have entered the collective imagination of metal lovers. Not only Ukraine: there are numerous places in the world where violent conflicts are fought, often chronic, involving millions of civilians. This is the theme of “How many stories”, the Rai Cultura program conducted by Giorgio Zanchini broadcast tomorrow at 12.45 on Rai 3. The journalist Francesca Mannocchi, several times war correspondent, reconstructs the geopolitical profile and human affairs of some of the territories most devastated by bombing and infighting such as Iraq, Libya, Syria, Lebanon and Afghanistan and explains what could be done to restore peace.
On Rai3 at ‘Passato e Presente’ ‘The languages of Pasolini’ – on RaiPlay ‘The hat on twenty-three’ Pier Paolo Pasolini was first of all a great experimenter of languages, capable of crossing almost all genres and expressive forms. Paolo Mieli and Professor Lucio Villari talk about it in ” Past and Present ”, broadcast tomorrow at 1.15pm on Rai3 and at 8.30pm on Rai Storia. When Pasolini moved to Rome in 1950, he got to know the boys who live in the villages, their joy, their vitality. This is the world he will describe in his early novels. Then, starting from 1960, he discovered in the cinema an expressive medium that proved to be suitable for his stylistic research and his need for immediate visual communication, and made his debut with “Accattone” in 1961. But Pasolini is not just literature and cinema. In his incessant and feverish production he embraces theater, painting, music. In 1975 he worked on the film “Salò or the 120 days of Sodom”. It is an extreme film, the latest ferocious attack on the increasingly oppressive consumer society. He won’t have time to see it come out in theaters. On the night of November 2, 1975, near Fiumicino, he will be murdered.
From tomorrow the first full season of the variety “Il Cappello sulla venttré” (www.raiplay.it/programmi/ilcappellosulleventitre) will be available on RaiPlay, broadcast in 25 episodes in the late evening from January to July 1983. For the show of the night of Alberto Argentini, directed by Fernanda Turvani and Mauro Macario, the Fiera 3 studio of Rai in Milan is transformed into a venue with a suggestive atmosphere of Parisian nightclubs, under the guidance of the master of television scenography Ludovico Muratori. National and international musicians and dancers, actors and comedians, acrobats, magicians and showgirls also arrived from the cabaret theaters of the French capital perform among a counter, a piano, mirrors and tables at the Cappello. Among the guests Lisette Malidor from Les Folies Bergère, the illusionists of Crazy Horse and Paradis Latin, alongside great Italian personalities such as Fiorella Mannoia, the Magician Silvan, Tino Scotti, Pietro De Vico and Roberto Brivio. From pop to jazz, from tango to classical music and reggae, in every episode ever new genres come out of the Cappello as if by magic, including strip-tease. Fixed appearances are the waiters-mimes with their hilarious sketches and the dancers of the corps de ballet who color every evening with the choreography of Flavio Bennati and Bruno Telloli in always different styles and dresses, from long cancan skirts to burlesque feathers, under the wise guide of the costume designer Salvatore Russo. The conductors who take turns managing the venue are also entertainers: Ombretta Colli with Gino Paoli (in a black tuxedo for the first time on screen), Sergio Endrigo with Viola Valentino, Sylva Koscina with Tony De Vita, Norma Jordan with Bruno Lauzi, Bobby Solo with Anna Maria Rizzoli and Lino Patruno with his band. The change of hosts is a further and continuous wave of news that makes the transmission like a Chinese box of shows in the show, of variety in the variety immersed in the romantic and sparkling atmosphere of the “Ville Lumière”. To avoid new apocalypses. – war, ecological and health – politicians, citizens and businesses must understand the need to change the pace of this technological civilization based on economic growth, competition and hyperconsumption that exacerbate their impact on inequalities and conditions of survival: the ecosphere. It is not only an environmental issue, but also and above all a geopolitical, political, economic and social issue on a global scale. The Librexpression Center will touch on the theme of threats to our survival, which has proposed to illustrate to the print cartoonists requested for the fourth edition of its political satirical cartoon competition and will present the works in an exhibition of 55 cartoons in Conversano, on the occasion of the Lector In Fabula festival. At “Radio3 Mondo”, tomorrow at 11 on Rai Radio 3, Luigi Spinola will talk about it with Thierry Vissol, economist and historian of economic thought, who taught in various universities in France, Belgium and the United States until 2003. European official since 1980, founder of Centro Librexpression. Populism, polarization, post-truth: the broadcast will talk about it with Moisés Naím, journalist, Executive Director of the World Bank and former Minister of the Economy of Venezuela, interviewed by Giulia De Luca.