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Energy costs are rising. You can also save money by changing operators or by choosing from the different personalized plans and offers. But how to orient yourself and how to defend yourself from mirages and scams? Tg2 Italia talks about it, the current affairs column conducted by Marzia Roncacci, broadcast live tomorrow at 10 on Rai 2. At the opening of the episode, an analysis of the situation in the light of the war in Ukraine, sanctions and damage to Nord Stream oil pipeline. On the subject, the voices of the people, the questions, doubts and answers of the experts, as well as practical advice on how to contain the bill, but also on how to choose a new appliance. Luigi Gabriele from Consumerism, Mauro Meazza from Sole 24 Ore and the consumer expert Andrea Polo will speak.

The Russian civil war broke out immediately after the October Revolution of 1917. The three years of bloody war definitively hand over power to the Bolsheviks, led by Lenin, but they left the country in a condition of absolute poverty. The new government reacts to this situation with a very strong centralization of power and a harsh repression of any form of opposition. A page of history reread by Paolo Mieli and Professor Marcello Flores in “Passato e Presente”, broadcast tomorrow at 1.15pm on Rai 3 and at 8.30pm on Rai Storia. Among the main victims of the secret police and the Bolshevik repressive apparatus are intellectuals, who are persecuted, arrested, killed or forced to emigrate. On September 29, 1922, a ship loaded with intellectuals destined for perpetual exile sets sail from Petrograd, present-day St. Petersburg. Later, it will be called the “ship of the philosophers”. In the early 1920s, over a million Russians will leave the country, either forcedly or voluntarily. Among them many intellectuals who in the landing cities – mainly Berlin, Paris and Prague – will give life to an intense artistic and cultural activity which, born with the aim of preserving the Russian identity, will leave an indelible mark on European culture.

The trees will save us: this is the message launched by the botanist Stefano Mancuso in the exclusive interview that will open the episode of “Tg3-Fuori Tg”, the in-depth program of Tg3, curated by Mariella Venditti and conducted by Maria Rosaria De Medici, in broadcast tomorrow at 12.25 on Rai 3. The “Fuori Tg” cameras will return to the places of the recent floods that hit the Val di Misa and Val di Greve, causing incalculable damage and several victims. Consequences that could have been avoided with a correct management of the arboreal heritage and with a greater control of wild overbuilding too close to watercourses. Can relocating, a plan complete with incentives to move homes to safer places, be a solution? We will talk about it with Giovanni Legnini, the government’s extraordinary commissioner for reconstruction after the 2016 earthquake, and with the forestry expert Paola Favero, an expert in environmental education.

On Rai5 Asmik Grigorian is ‘La dama di spche’ at La Scala – on Rai Storia ‘Aigues Mortes and the crusades of the Holy King’ musical theater of recent years, the soprano Asmik Grigorian, as a female protagonist. They are the main protagonists of one of the most anticipated shows of the year: “La dama di spche” by Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij, staged last February at the Teatro alla Scala, which Rai Cultura proposes tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5. Played all in shades of black and white in abstract spaces dominated by gigantic chandeliers, the masterpiece of Russian musical theater, based on a story by Pushkin and staged for the first time on December 19, 1890 at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, is interpreted by tenor Najmiddin Mavlyanov in the part of Hermann, by Elena Maximova as Polina, Julia Gertseva in the role of the Countess and by Alexey Markov and Roman Burdenko in those of Prince Yeletsky and Count Tomsky, who flank Asmik Grigorian, Liza. The sets are signed by Volker Hintermeier, the costumes by Malte Lübben, the lighting design is by Mathias Märker, Michael Küster takes care of the dramaturgy while the choreography is signed by Paul Blackman. The Orchestra and the Chorus – prepared by Alberto Malazzi – are those of the Teatro alla Scala, while the White Voices Chorus, instructed by Marco De Gaspari, is that of the Academy of the same theater. The TV direction is curated by Arnalda Canali.The story of the fortified city of Aigues-Mortes and its founder, King Louis IX, known as the Saint, who made it the starting point for the seventh and eighth crusades. “Aigues Mortes and the Crusades of the Holy King”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.10 pm on Rai Storia, with the introduction by Professor Alessandro Barbero, tells the story of the first port of the Kingdom of France, located in the south, in Occitania, also through the ‘use of aerial images that capture its strategic importance. Young people tell adults. And they do it through the gaze of their generation with the frankness, enthusiasm and lightness that distinguish them. Tomorrow in the second evening on Rai 3, the second episode of “Scialla Italia” will be broadcast, an original by RaiPlay, also present on the platform. In the series, the boys get naked, addressing important issues such as anxiety, violence, politics, feminism, addictions. Without taking the chair, but only, with the authenticity of someone who is twenty and the desire to change the world. “Scialla Italia” is a RaiPlay original produced by “Stand by me” and created by Alessandro Sortino.

On Rai Radio 1 the international tensions – on Rai1 Barbara Bouchet guest at ‘Today is another day’ International tensions that multiply, between the gas pipeline question and the annexation of Donbass, the Council of Ministers on Nadef and the composition of the Government that will come: these are the themes of the Radio Anch’io broadcast, conducted by Giorgio Zanchini, broadcast tomorrow at 6.30 on Rai Radio 1. Among the guests scheduled for the 6.30-7 range: Simone Zazzera, Grr; Elisa Calessi, Libero’s parliamentary reporter and correspondent from Porta a Porta. Interventions by Chiara Appendino, M5S parliamentarian, former mayor of Turin, are scheduled from 7.30 to 8; Antonio Tajani, vice president of Forza Italia, president of the Constitutional Affairs Commission of the European Parliament; Maria Cecilia Guerra, Undersecretary for the Economy (Article 1 – LeU). From 8.30 to 9: Paolo Scaroni, vice president of Rothschild and president of Milan, former CEO of Enel and then Eni; Nicola Armaroli, chemist, research manager at Cnr, member of the National Academy of Sciences and director of “Sapere”; Barbara Gruden, Rai correspondent from Berlin; Sergio Paini, correspondent from Moscow. Actress Barbara Bouchet will be Serena Bortone’s first guest at “Oggi è unaltra giorno”, broadcast tomorrow at 2.00pm on Rai 1. For this episode, the musician Gazebo, icon of the 80s, author of the famous song, returns to TV. I like Chopin “. This is followed by an in-depth space dedicated to political news. The Subappenninica is the railway that once reached Urbino, and which is now abandoned. In the absence of trains, but in the presence of tracks anyway, it is always possible to retrace a fascinating stretch of railway track on foot. A journey followed by “Fuori Binario”, broadcast tomorrow at 8.15 pm on Rai 5. A journey in which the Marche is told by its inhabitants, through the eyes and words of cooks, journalists, aristocrats, amanuensis, winemakers.