Vanessa Scalera leaves the role of Imma Tataranni to wear those of Lea Garofalo, tomorrow at 21.25 on Rai1, in Mario Tullio Giordana’s TV movie “Lea” with Linda Caridi, Alessio Praticò and the extraordinary participation of Giulia Lazzarini. Lea was born in Petilia Policastro, a fiefdom of the ‘Ndrangheta in the province of Crotone, a land where being born a woman means not being free. His destiny is sealed: his brother, Floriano, is the local boss, his partner, Carlo, manages the shop and usury in Milan on behalf of the family. But Lea, to give her daughter Denise a future of freedom, launches an unacceptable challenge to the criminal rules. On November 24, 2009 Lea disappears. Denise is just a little girl, she might believe what her father tells her: Lea is gone, he left her alone. But Denise doesn’t fit either …
“Il Collegio” is back, tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai2, for the fourth episode of the season, after a week’s break for the tennis ATP Finals. The docu-reality produced by Rai2 in collaboration with Banijay Italia – now in its sixth edition – this year is set in the fabulous 70s. In the courtyard, the Headmaster is ready for the traditional speech at the beginning of the week which promises to be full of surprises and will end with the delivery of the mid-term report cards. To begin with, the students – divided into two teams – will be involved in a football match and will give life to a real College “derby”. It will then be the turn to try their hand at a photo shoot: divided into four groups, the students will have to create the perfect shot. The competition will then move to the singing-dancing level: the competition will see a couple stand out over the others, and the winners will be able to collect the well-deserved prize. Finally, the students will participate in a new course: the cinema project. But among all these activities there will also be time for bravado: with the favor of the darkness the most rebellious will find, once again, the courage to try to break the rules. Will they be able to escape the watchful eyes of professors and overseers? Some college students, then, will show hidden and suffered sides of themselves, and misunderstandings will not be lacking, because it is always very difficult, in a group, to find an agreement and think all in the same way. To unite all, however, will be the anxiety for the questions and for the votes of the next report cards: the goal will be to win the pass and the fateful red tie.
It is called Bpco, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and is a progressive lung disease. Is it possible to cure it? Like? Professor Sergio Harari, Director of Pneumology at the S. Giuseppe Multimedica Hospital in Milan and full professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Milan will explain this in the episode of Elisir broadcast tomorrow at 10.40 on Rai3. In the nutrition area, the numerous virtues of cabbages will be discovered with Professor Silvia Migliaccio, nutritionist at the University of the Foro Italico in Rome. The “tell me doctor” will instead be dedicated to all the benefits of vitamin D: Professor Giancarlo Isaia, professor of Geriatrics at the University of Turin and president of the Turin Academy of Medicine, will talk about it. Finally, Dr. Carla Bruschelli, family doctor, will give advice on how to deal with the winter cold, starting from the “health shirt”.
Action and science fiction with “Apes Revolution – The Planet of the Apes” – On Rai5 ‘The Conspirator’
The journey within the modern prequel saga of “The Planet of the Apes” continues on Rai4 (channel 21 of digital terrestrial): tomorrow at 21.20 “Apes Revolution – The Planet of the Apes” will be broadcast. Matt Reeves, author of the next Dark Knight movie “The Batman”, sets his sequel a few years after the events of “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, when the apes virus has now spread, making primates more intelligent. and killing humans. Now North America is divided and while the monkeys, led by Caesar, have founded a community in the wooded areas, the surviving humans secretly occupy some outposts scattered among the ruins of the old civilization. Malcom, Ellie and her son Alexander are convinced that there can be peaceful coexistence between humans and apes, but belligerent Dreyfus, leader of an armed resistance unit, wants to wage war against Caesar. A huge cast, which includes Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Jason Clarke, as well as Andy Serkis who gives movement to Caesar, gives life to an intense adventure drama that successfully mixes action and science fiction reflecting on the very nature of the human being and the inability to maintain cooperation between different peoples. “Apes Revolution – Planet of the Apes” was a smash hit at the box office, grossing more than $ 710 million worldwide and receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Special Effects. To follow, a new episode of “Wonderland” the Rai4 magazine that this week meets the director specialized in horror cinema Eli Roth, a great expert in Italian genre cinema here grappling with the myth of Joe D’amato, legendary cult director like “Antropophagus” and the saga of “Emanuelle Nera”. Then an interview with Pier Maria Bocchi, director of the section of the Turin Film Festival “The rooms of Rol”, and the 14th edition of the Amarcort Film Festival.
Washington, 1865. Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at the hands of John Wilkes Booth. Seven men and a woman, Mary Surratt, owner of the pension where the killer met with the other conspirators, are arrested on suspicion of carrying out a plot to kill the President, the Vice President and the Secretary of State. A page of American history that Robert Redford rereads in his film “The Conspirator”, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai5, without commercial breaks. Among the performers, James McAvoy, Robin Wright, Kevin Kline, Evan Rachel Wood, Justin Long, Alexis Bledel. In the trial of the conspirators, the defense of Mary Surratt, considered an enemy of the nation, will be taken by the young lawyer Fredrick Aiken, a valiant ex-soldier, convinced that the woman is innocent and that she was used as a scapegoat, to arrive at one of the real conspirators, son John.
What has consecrated Leonardo Da Vinci, in recent centuries, as one of the most important scientists and artists in the history of mankind? Questions at the center of the second part of the doc “Leonardo da Vinci. The last portrait ”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.10 pm on Rai Storia. Everything has been said and written about Leonardo: a genius, a myth, a forerunner, the greatest artist of all time, the precursor of modern science, the “universal” man. The documentary offers a portrait of man thanks to the interventions of scholars who have dedicated their careers to deciphering the complexity of the mosaic that constitutes the life and work of Leonardo. The story is Leonardo’s “descended in time”, between the end of the fifteenth century and the beginning of the sixteenth century, when the world was “widening”, thanks to the discovery of America, and knowledge “expanding”. It was the time of the Copernican theory of celestial motion, the Reformation and the fall of Constantinople.
Rai Scuola ‘Stories of science’ conducted by Telmo Pievani – On Rai Play Ossi di Seppia presents ‘What we remember’
Science sometimes takes unpredictable paths: often it is errors that produce a leap forward in understanding reality despite them. Starting from the reflections of the scientific journalist and essayist Pietro Greco, the new appointment with “Stories of science”, the program conducted by Telmo Pievani, broadcast tomorrow at 9.00 pm on Rai Scuola, tells it. The examples in this field are numerous, and the protagonists of these stories are often very famous, such as Descartes, Lamarck and even Einstein. With the participation of Paolo Pecere, historian of Philosophy and Epistemologist, Roma Tre University; Matteo Cerri, neurophysiologist, University of Bologna; Barbara Continenza, historian of Science and Techniques, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Elena Canadelli, historian of science, University of Padua; Adele La Rana, historian of Physics, University of Verona; Tullia Sbarrato, astrophysicist, Milano Bicocca University.
“He was always on her. Wherever Sara was, he was there. And this from the first day… And we cannot speak of love, sick love, morbid love, jealous love. Because the word love cannot be compared to the word murderer. ” Maurizia Quattrone, deputy deputy commissioner of the State Police, is the narrator of the new episode of Ossi di Seppia, entitled ‘What we remember’, available on RaiPlay to tell the murder of Sara Di Pietrantonio. Quattrone was among the first to arrive at the scene of the crime on the night between 28 and 29 May 2016, in the Magliana district in Rome. That night Sara, only twenty-two, was killed and then burned by her ex-boyfriend. It was her mother who found Sara’s body and she, heard by the police at the police station, was the first to mention the name of Vincenzo Paduano, then twenty-seven. For him, in recent months, the Supreme Court of Cassation has issued the most severe sentence, life imprisonment, considering him guilty of the crimes of multiple murder and stalking. It is a Saturday night like many others. Sara is on her way home, but she doesn’t know her ex-boyfriend is stalking her. The boy, a security guard, is morbidly jealous and does not accept that he has been left. He planned that macabre end by taking alcohol with him to start the fire and kill her. While Sara walks along via della Magliana she is rammed by a car and forced to stop. Vincenzo Paduano gets out of that car and gets into his car. The two presumably argue. He pours the flammable liquid on her. Sara gets out of the car, reaches out, tries to escape her fate. But nobody stops. Vincenzo reaches her and lashes out at her with unprecedented violence. Sara faints and he piles her up under some leaves, at the edge of the road, and sets her on fire. At the police station, to the agents, Paduano confesses the murder only after grueling hours of interrogation, in the face of overwhelming evidence.
To pay homage to the director and singer-songwriter Paolo Pietrangeli, who passed away today, Rai Cultura offers an interview with him made on the set of the film “Porci con le ali” – portrait of the generation of the 70s and his first film, taken from the “cult” book. by Lidia Ravera and Marco Lombardo Radice – broadcast tomorrow at 11.55 and 18.45 on Rai Storia, after a first broadcast today, Monday 22 November, at 20.20 and 22.50 again on Rai Storia. Pietrangeli’s interview is extracted from the 1977 episode of “Video Sera” “Silence we shoot: we are the cinema”, in which the authors Francesco Bartolini and Claudio Barbati question young directors of Italian cinema. Pietrangeli, a thirty-year-old debut director in Italy in 1977, in particular, answers the question about “young” cinema inspired by contested literature, accused of betraying its contents.