“Yes to travel” is the theme of “Tonight everything is possible”, the comedy show created in collaboration with Endemol Shine Italy and hosted by Stefano De Martino, broadcast tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai 2. On the stage of the Rai Auditorium in Naples there will be Fabrizio Biggio, Bianca Guaccero, Marta Filippi, Antonio Giuliani, Carmine Del Grosso, Giovanni Esposito and Gino Fastidio. Alongside De Martino, Biagio Izzo, Francesco Paolantoni and Vincenzo De Lucia, who, this week, will imitate Milly Carlucci and Maria De Filippi. Among the games of the program there will be, in addition to the inevitable Inclined Room, Ma che musical, Do Re Mi Fa Male, Serenata Step, Rubagallina, The dark room and others. Tonight everything is possible is a program written by Stefano Santucci, Paolo Mariconda, Gian Luca Belardi, Riccardo Cassini, Annalisa Montaldo, Marco Pantaleo, Esther Rem Picci, Francesco Ricchi, Stefano Sarcinelli. Directed by Sergio Colabona.
In tomorrow’s episode at 21.25 on Rai 3 entitled “Mass control weapons”, PresaDiretta investigates the arms race, the ways of digital espionage and enters the world of surveillance and mass control. Robots, drones, scanners, viewers, artificial intelligence systems and biometric recognition: this is the new big business of arms manufacturing companies, a market that grows between 7 and 9% a year and invoices between 65 and 68 billion EUR. More and more sophisticated tools used by the European Union to make borders impenetrable and reject migrants. But not only. How do these technologies enter our lives? What are the connections between the arms industry, sector lobbies and the political choices of the states? PresaDiretta went to the border between Bosnia and Croatia to see how border control technologies work and what their impact is on the lives of migrants fleeing the Balkan route. Helicopters with thermal cameras that track people up to 10 kilometers away, equipment that even detects heartbeats, breathing detectors: millions of euros to turn Europe into an impenetrable fortress. And then there is the big question of our personal and biometric data. Millions of information on all European citizens, collected and stored in the boundless database of the European Agency that deals with IT systems, the second most funded in Europe. How is our data handled? How are we protected by existing laws? Finally, PresaDiretta has reconstructed the new frontiers of digital espionage through the famous “Pegasus case”. Pegasus spyware was born as a program created to sneak into cell phones without a trace and take control of them, used by governments against terrorism and organized crime. Instead, a veritable international scandal broke out: thousands of telephone users illegally spied in different countries, journalists, lawyers, human rights activists, political opponents of authoritarian governments, even heads of state. How could that happen? “Weapons of Mass Control” is a story by Riccardo Iacona with Giulia Bosetti, Pablo Castellani, Raffaele Marco della Monica, Eleonora Tundo, Paola Vecchia, Andrea Vignali, Fabio Colazzo, Raffaele Manco.
The record and personal history of Cream, the first “supergroup” in the history of rock, reinterpreted through live images, statements by the original members of Cream – Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker – and the stories of journalists, industry experts and musicians. It is the doc “Cream Total Rock Review”, broadcast tomorrow at 11.40pm on Rai 5, which tells the short but bright parable of the Cream and explains how their influence continues to be felt even today. With their incendiary jams, Clapton-Bruce-Baker “triumvirate” Cream revitalized the blues and laid the foundations for the birth of hard rock. History of the “Sacra Crema” which in three years managed to sell millions of records all over the world and also enlightened Jimi Hendrix.
On Rai Storia ‘Italia. Journey into beauty ‘- Su Rai5’ Famosa ‘
One hundred years have passed since one of the most striking archaeological discoveries in history: the city of Spina, an Etruscan port on the Adriatic Sea long sought after by scholars and scholars. Spina is at the center of the new appointment with “Italia. Journey into beauty ”by Eugenio Farioli Vecchioli which returns, in premiere, tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Storia. In April 1922 the rich tombs of the Etruscans of Spina re-emerge one after the other from the sands of the Po delta, which in the end will make up a necropolis of four thousand burials. Among the kits there are objects in gold, amber, bronzes and an enormous quantity of Attic vases that will allow us to write new pages in archeology studies. One hundred years of excavations and researches that culminate with this year’s celebrations, which began right in the place closest to that of the discovery, Comacchio. But the story of this discovery is also that of a rebirth, of the redemption of a land that in the past experienced a condition of poverty and that today can look to archeology as a resource for the future. Guiding through the beauties of Spina and the stories of the people of the delta and Comacchio are Roberto Cantagalli, Culture and Tourism manager of the Municipality of Comacchio; Tiziano Trocchi, director of the National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara; Caterina Cornelio, director of the Ancient Delta Museum; the archaeologists Elisabetta Govi, Giuseppe Sassatelli and Christoph Reusse; Pier Carlo Farinelli, of the Po Delta Park; and Giovanni Nordi, a former “fiocinino”.
The story of seventeen-year-old Rocco who, from the province, decides to move to Rome to fulfill his dream of becoming a dancer. But it will be a very difficult dream to fulfill. It is Alessandra Mortelliti’s debut film “Famosa”, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5. In the cast, Jacopo Piroli, Adamo Dionisi, Gioia Spaziani, Matteo Paolillo, Beatrice Bartoni, Ginevra Francesconi.
In the second half of the 1960s, the first European student movement was born in the universities of West Germany. Berlin, with its University, is the center of the protest. The League of German Socialist Students, the SDS, proposes itself as an extra-parliamentary organization and aims to change the structure of German society. His strategy, based on non-violence, wants to lay the foundations for a revolutionary process that can be realized in a long time. But, for some students, demonstrations are not enough to change things. Armed struggle is needed. At “Passato e Presente”, broadcast tomorrow at 1.15pm on Rai 3 and at 8.30pm on Rai Storia, Paolo Mieli talks about it with Professor Ermanno Taviani. In May 1970 the first terrorist group was formed which, for almost a decade, would sow terror and death throughout West Germany: the Rote Armee Fraktion, the RAF. Together with Andreas Bader, Gudrun Ensslin, Karl Raspe, Ulrike Meinhof, a well-known militant journalist on the radical left, also joins the terrorist group. She will become the Baader-Meinhof gang.
At the start ‘In your shoes’ with Mia Ceran on Rai2 – ‘Quante Storie’ on Rai3
An unprecedented immersive experiment, which draws on the languages of docureality with videos and in-depth studies in the studio, which will lead the members of a family to get involved, taking on each other’s shoes. It is the new program conducted by Mia Ceran “In your shoes”, produced by the Entertainment Direction Day Time Rai in collaboration with Endemol Shine Italy, broadcast starting tomorrow, every day, from Monday to Friday, at 5 pm, on Rai 2 Each week a different family will be the protagonist and, every day, a member of the chosen family will take the place of another from the same nucleus, under the watchful eye of the filmmakers. From the studio, Mia Ceran, her guests and the protagonists of the exchange will comment on the films and the host will provide, through the experts – psychologists, teachers, family economic management consultants, green experts – practical advice and solutions to the critical issues that have emerged. The same public at home will thus have useful elements, food for thought and different points of view on family relationships, the organization of common life, income, technology, self-care and other people’s care. The goal is to use the game of exchange to focus on universal themes that concern everyone and to stimulate understanding and the will to learn, by questioning one’s point of view on others and on one’s relationships: to put oneself concretely in the others’ shoes. The Burzotta family, made up of mum Rosa, dad Francesco and their two children, Mattia and Greta (17 and 16 years old), is the protagonist of the first week. The Burzottas live in Frassineto Po, in the province of Alessandria, and participating in this program will be an opportunity to try to understand each other better. In the episode on Monday, the children will put themselves in their parents ‘shoes: Mattia will be grappling with separate waste collection, usually the father’s task, while Greta will have to tidy up the parents’ room, understanding what their mother does every day for all of them. Furthermore, together, just like their parents do, they will have to sand the door of the house. In the studio there will be Professor Giancarlo Dimaggio, psychotherapist, and the actress and influencer Ludovica Di Donato, known on her social networks for her videos of her in which she plays the part of a mother. On Tuesday Rosa will put herself in the shoes of her daughter Greta and, among other things, she will have to study “I promessi sposi”. Guests in the studio Andrea Maggi, the professor of “Il Collegio”, and Francesca Levi D’Ancona, who tells about the life of her mother with six children on her social networks. On Wednesday Francesco will put himself in the shoes of his wife Rosa. The two, in fact, have different visions on the management of the family budget: Francesco likes to enjoy life, organize parties and trips, while Rosa is more inclined to save and, to do so, it is often she who sacrifices herself personally. Francesco will then have to organize one of his dinners for friends, but on a limited budget, getting busy with the preparations, just like his wife would. Guests in the studio Mattia Cis, psychologist and psychotherapist, Massimiliano Dona, President of the National Consumers Union, and the actress Ippolita Baldini. In Thursday’s episode, the relationship between Rosa and Greta will be deepened, addressing the universal theme of the mother-daughter relationship. Talking about it in the studio will be Natasha Stefanenko, and Alberto Pellai, doctor, psychotherapist of the developmental age. Finally, Friday will retrace the love story between Rosa and Francesco and everything that happened during the week. In the studio there will be Marisa Passera and Beatrice Dalia, lawyer and family mediator.
Despite the laws that protect working mothers, in Italy the condition of women who wish to have a child, and at the same time keep their job, is still very difficult. The journalists Valentine Petrini and Francesca Biagiotti, together with the sociologist of the Chiara Saraceno family, talk about it with Giorgio Zanchini at “Quante Storie”, broadcast tomorrow at 12.45 on Rai 3, in an episode that intertwines the problems of the world of work with those of a patriarchal culture that still conditions our society.
Sardinia, cradle of the ancient Nuragic civilization, has been the subject of numerous dominations which have contributed to enriching it culturally. The archaeologist Andrea Angelucci goes to the discovery of this land, in the last episode of the series “Art Rider” broadcast tomorrow at 7.15 pm on Rai 5. He does so following a route that goes from north to south, passing through places of worship of 6000 years ago and crossing little-known undergrounds until reaching the sea, in Sant’Antioco. Here he will meet a woman who carries on the memory of an ancient Phoenician tradition. All in the name of the watchword: adventure.