The new episode of “Superquark”, broadcast tomorrow at 21.25 on Rai 1, opens with a BBC documentary of the series Un Pianeta Perfetto entitled “L’Uomo”. We live we know, in a crucial era for the planet’s climate. One of the main accused is an invisible gas, carbon dioxide, or CO2. Almost all modern businesses produce it by burning fossil fuels. We release 100 times more CO2 into the atmosphere than all volcanoes combined. This gas traps the sun’s heat and causes global temperatures to rise. And this destabilizes one of the vital forces of the planet: the weather. Every degree more generates extreme and out of control phenomena, from droughts to devastating rains. And it affects the balance of life on Earth with the extinction of not only plants and animals. But also of our societies. Not to mention the impact we have on the sea and forests. What can be done? These mechanisms need to be reversed globally. Investing in non-polluting technologies, energies and policies. Change our consumption. The list is long. This documentary will make us discover our changing planet, showing what we are altering, but also some solutions already in place. In the report by Paolo Magliocco and Giulia De Francovich it is explained how good walking is. And the benefits are many, even for our DNA. Experts explain how to do it. The word “Simulators” immediately brings to mind those systems for learning to fly an airplane. But simulation is now proving to be a teaching tool in many other disciplines, such as medicine. The Mediterranean Sea is warming up. Paolo Magliocco with Cristina Scardovi went to find out how to measure his fever to understand what will happen. What is the Space Economy: Giovanni Carrada with Gianpiero Orsingher went to see all the opportunities that new satellite technologies are offering to every sector of life on Earth. Orientation is one of the most extraordinary abilities of animals. But will machines ever know how to do it? At the Zurich Polytechnic, Barbara Gallavotti and Cristina Scardovi went to the robotics laboratories where they study how to make drones so intelligent that they always understand where they are. Giorgio Parisi was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Paolo Magliocco with Giulia De Francovich met him to understand how to put order in chaos. Many guests of Piero Angela for the columns. For “Science in the kitchen” Dr. Elisabetta Bernardi what to eat to live longer? Massimo Polidoro, in “Psychology of a buffalo”, will speak instead of astrology … Piero Angela will then also be in the late evening with “Superquark Natura”: “The importance of the family” will be the theme of the fifth complete episode of the wonderful BBC series. The secrets of survival, dedicated to our land and its inhabitants.
Tomorrow on Rai2 at 21.20 the European Championships in Munich 2022. The medals of women’s pole vault, men’s triple jump, women’s hammer throw, 400 meters and 110 obstacles will be awarded in the third day of finals at the European Athletics Championships in Munich 2022.
Having become Shah of Iran in his early twenties, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi already has a first marriage behind him when, on February 12, 1951, he married the nineteen-year-old Soraya Esfandiari Bakhtiari, beautiful and noble, belonging to one of the most important families of the aristocracy of the country. Wrapped in a Thousand and One Nights atmosphere, the wedding of the Shah of Persia was one of the most loved events in the press of the time. Intense years will follow, both for the couple and for the history of Iran, until the epilogue that has fascinated magazines all over the world. In the spring of 1958, the saddened Shah is forced to announce the end of his union with the beautiful and unfortunate Soraya, who has failed to give him the male heir that ensures continuity to the family. A sad tale that Paolo Mieli tells with Professor Franco Cardini at “Passato e Presente”, broadcast tomorrow at 1.15pm on Rai 3 and at 8.30pm on Rai Storia.
On Rete4 ‘The secrets of Marrowbone’ – On Rai5 the instrumental eighteenth century with the music critic Enzo Restagno On Rete4 at 21.21 ‘The secrets of Marrowbone’. Four brothers, who have arrived at the estate of Marrowbone, Maine, from England, hide the death of their mother so as not to be divided by social services, but something dark is hidden in the estate. Double appointment with the series “Little history of music”, broadcast tomorrow from 17.10 on Rai 5. It begins with an episode dedicated to the Italian eighteenth century. Enzo Restagno talks about the history of the violin and the musicians who played it in 1700; the guest violinist, Gianni Guglielmo, deepens the topics covered and performs various representative pieces of the period. These include the adagio of Bach’s third sonata in C major; the concerto in C major from the Assumption of the Virgin Mary by Antonio Vivaldi; Tartini’s violin sonata. Afterwards, Enzo Restagno, helped by maestro Luciano Giarbella, tries to reconstruct the origins of the piano, focusing attention on the Viennese eighteenth century period, the moment in which the piano became the protagonist. Valeri, pioneer of feminine ironic writing. She re-proposes “Storie della Tv”, the Rai Cultura program with the advice and participation of Aldo Grasso, broadcast tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Storia. Creator of eternal masks such as Miss Snob, Cesira and Sora Cecioni, Franca Valeri has designed a gallery of characters that have entertained viewers for decades. Luciana Littizzetto tells the story of the lady of comedy, who passed away at the age of one hundred in August 2020; Patrizia Zappa Mulas, author of “Franca, a successful misunderstanding”; Pino Strabioli, her faithful friend of hers; Milena Vukotic, who together with Franca brought an experimental Alice onto the television scene in the 1970s; Stefania Bonfadelli, soprano and adopted daughter of Franca Valeri who discovered her very young and directed her in her work as an opera director; Enrico Lucherini, film press agent and friend of Franca since the beginning of her career, at the time of the Teatro dei Gobbi and the first television broadcast, in 1957, “The queen and I”, with Nilla Pizzi, directed by Antonello Falqui.
On Rai Movie ‘Il Professor Cenerentola’ – On Rai5 ‘Cream Total Rock Review’ On Rai Movie at 21.10 ‘Il Professor Cenerentola’. Umberto, an engineer, is in jail because he attempted a bank robbery with two other unlikely characters. In the Ventotene prison he can go to the local library to give tutoring to the director’s daughter. The record and personal history of Cream, the first “supergroup” in rock history, reinterpreted through live images, statements by the original members of the band – 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 11.20 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. At the outbreak of the First World War, Italy remained neutral, even if public opinion was immediately divided between those who believe the choice of the government is correct and those who, on the other hand, would like immediate intervention in the conflict, perhaps in the face of a return, by Austria, of Trento and Trieste. A period in the middle of ’14 – ’18. The Great War 100 years later – the series produced by Rai Storia, presented by Paolo Mieli, conducted by Carlo Lucarelli and historical consultancy by Antonio Gibelli and Mario Isnenghi – broadcast tomorrow at 10.10pm on Rai Storia. After the Battle of the Marne, the situation worsened and the nationalist spirit was strengthened by clamoring for the transition from neutrality to intervention. Radicals, republicans, a part of the workers’ movement and the nationalists form a common front, supported by almost all intellectuals, demanding immediate intervention in the conflict. On April 26, 1915, a secret pact is signed in London according to which the Italian government undertakes to mobilize the armies within a month: Italy enters the war alongside the Entente.