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Serena Bortone interviews Luca Tommassini with his mother Lina in the episode of “Today is another day”, broadcast tomorrow at 14.05 on Rai 1. seen alongside Italian and international stars, from Laura Pausini to Madonna. Afterwards, it will be the turn of the Paduan actress of Ethiopian origin Geneme Tonini. In addition, the journalist and presenter Paolo Del Debbio will intervene in the bookshop with “Il filo dell’Aquilone”, his first novel. In the second part of the program, as usual, there is space for current affairs and politics with all the news live from Parliament, in view of the vote of confidence in the newborn Meloni government.

Lisa did not kill herself and after seventeen years comes the turning point. A former policeman was arrested for the crime of the twenty-two year old girl from Montalto Uffugo (Cosenza). The murderer simulated a suicide, but an anonymous letter led the investigators on the path of truth: Lisa was suffocated with a pillow. The two were in a clandestine relationship. To ‘Who has seen it?’, Tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai 3 we will also talk about Domenico Manzo, the retired retired person from the province of Avellino, who disappeared into thin air during his daughter’s birthday party. And then the disappearance of Antonio, an employee of a hospital in Giugliano (Naples), whom everyone knows as “Cerottino”. And as always the appeals, requests for help and reports of people in difficulty.

Updates on the vote in the Senate for trust in the Meloni government and headaches: these are two of the topics that Tg2 Italia will deal with, the current affairs column broadcast tomorrow from 10 to 11 on Rai 2 and conducted by Marzia Roncacci. In the studio Achille Gaspardone, cardiologist at the Sant’Eugenio hospital in Rome, to understand the multiple causes of this disorder that afflicts thousands of people. Massimo Pirelli, dentist and gnathologist and in connection, nutritionist Giorgio Calabrese, will also speak to explain which and how many others may be the triggering reasons for the different headaches and how to intervene.

Rai5, at an opera lesson by Maestro Muti – On Rai Movie Robin Wright talks about his love for Italy

The musical differences between Verdi and Wagnerian theater: Riccardo Muti explains them in the third episode of “A lesson in opera from Maestro Muti”, broadcast tomorrow at 4.55pm on Rai 5. In the episode, then, Muti continues with his students the study and analysis of “La Traviata” from the scene of Violetta “It is strange … it is strange” (act 1) up to the duet Violetta – Germont (act 2). Between one musical performance and another, there are the interventions of the soprano Renata Scotto, as well as comments and interviews by the students of the course, anecdotes and memories of the Maestro’s career.

Robin Wright, interpreter of successful films and series such as “Forrest Gump” and “House of Cards”, will be the protagonist of the face to face with Federico Pontiggia in the episode of “MovieMag”, the film information magazine of Rai Cultura, broadcast tomorrow at 11.10pm on Rai Movie (digital terrestrial channel 24). The American actress will retrace the most important stages of her career, talk about her love for Italy and talk about her humanitarian commitment. Roberto Benigni turns 70, and Rai Movie will celebrate it by re-proposing in prime time his bizarre film reviews for the historic broadcast “L’altra Sunday”. And who but Renzo Arbore could talk about it? “Triangle of sadness”, Palme d’Or at the last Cannes Film Festival, arrives in Italian cinemas: on air the director Ruben Östlund. The other theatrical releases this week will also be told: “Amsterdam” – a new film by David O. Russell, with an exceptional cast: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, Robert De Niro and Taylor Swift – and “I am the abisso “, third work by Donato Carrisi, taken from his novel of the same name. Leonardo Cruciano, Artistic Director of Baburka Factory FX, will reveal the secrets of his profession, starting with “Dampyr”, a fantastic film based on the comic of the same name published by Bonelli, whose special effects he took care of. There is a great production ferment in Italy, as highlighted by the National Audiovisual Production Report. He will talk about it with Giancarlo Leone, President of the Audiovisual Producers Association.

Stone and water are materials that have characterized frescoes and paintings by many landscape architects since the dawn of art. There is a place in Italy, unique in the world, where these two elements seem to coexist in perfect harmony, a place where stone seems to float on water, a place that has inspired thousands of artists: Venice and its lagoon. For the young archaeologist, tour guide and travel designer Andrea Angelucci, Venice is a place full of memories, linked to the trips he made with his family but also to his university years. And it is from a book he read at the university, John Ruskin’s “The Stones of Venice” that he begins his journey to discover what is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Among the streets of Venice very different peoples have merged and made this city unique in the world. Will Andrea be able to discover, even in Venice, routes not yet traveled by tourists? This is the challenge of the first episode of the new season of “Art Rider”, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5. Now in its third season, “Art Rider” – produced by GA&A Productions, in collaboration with Rai Cultura – is increasingly configured as a travel model and an incentive for national tourism aimed at enhancing the hidden beauties of our country. The destinations of the new episodes will touch Friuli, Puglia, Molise, Umbria, and for the first time also two major tourist destinations, Venice and Rome, of which Andrea will reveal little-known aspects. Six episodes, directed by Francesco Principini and texts by Paolo Fazzini, Chiara Vannoni and Andrea Angelucci himself, in which the conductor embarks on a journey to find and tell the hidden art that lies around the corner, in the small nearby town home or off the routes usually traveled by tourists. And like a modern rider, Andrea Angelucci brings places and masterpieces that symbolize the magnificence of our country into the homes of Italians. The inseparable travel companion is Angelucci’s notebook, a diary in which Andrea draws and paints the monuments and some details of the works of art he discovers during his itinerary.

Rai Storia, “Around the world in 72 days” – RaiNews ‘Health is enough’

At the age of 19, Nellie Bly accidentally started working for a newspaper, then became “America’s best journalist”. She was serious and courageous and made a particular commitment to denounce the abuse of the mentally ill in an investigation that she made history. But when, in 1889, she traveled around the world in just 72 days, beating the imaginary adventure of Jules Verne, she became a world celebrity. A story retraced by “Around the world in 72 days” broadcast tomorrow at 21.10, premiered on Rai Storia.

Stroke, the battle is also virtual. The digital network of centers that deal with stroke in Italy is born, to share experiences and good medical and rehabilitation practices. To give more and more effective answers to the 160 thousand strokes that occur in Italy every year, the most disabling clinical event. Paolo Calabresi, director of neurology of the Catholic University, who coordinates the Group, will talk about it for the episode of ‘Basta la Salute’ broadcast tomorrow at 13.40 and 21.40 on Rainews24 and in rerun on Thursday 27 at 20.30. And then pediatric vaccinations, all below the safety threshold: pediatricians are concerned about the decline in attention to the most important tool for the prevention of infectious diseases, vaccines. From measles to polio, there are strong delays in the vaccination schedule. The director of Pediatrics of the Bambino Gesù Alberto Villani will talk about it. The topics also include the diabetic foot, about 7,000,000 cases in Italy every year, and multidisciplinary structures to avoid amputation. The complex path organized at the San Camillo hospital in Rome. Interview with the director of diabetology Claudio Tubili. Finally, the torture on animals: from the cutting of tail and ears to the chain. A national law is needed, asks the president of LAV, Gianluca Felicetti, the discipline today is left to jurisprudence and to the good will of some mayor.

What are the causes of incontinence? And what are the therapies to follow to deal with this disorder? Michele Mirabella and Benedetta Rinaldi, with Francesco Parisella, will talk to Elisir on air tomorrow at 10.30 on Rai 3. In the studio Vincenzo Mirone, Professor of Urology at the Federico II University of Naples. The story of a volunteer who transports stem cells around the world will then be told. Massimo Pieraccini, of the Civil Protection Operating Unit and Nicoletta Sacchi, of the National Register of Bone Marrow Donors, are in the studio. In the “Tell me doctor” the expert’s suggestions on how to behave in case of fainting: is it true that putting your legs up can help you recover faster? Carla Bruschelli, family doctor, talks about it. Finally, the “True or False” will reveal hoaxes and truths about sleep. Luigi Ferini Strambi, head of the Sleep Medicine Center of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, will talk about it.