“I could do a little thought if the law doesn’t change me”, said a guest yesterday of ‘BellaMa’ on Rai2
Tiberius Timperi ponders walking away from the camera “just before the camera moves away from me”. In other words, the journalist and presenter of ‘Uno Mattina in Famiglia’, broadcast on Rai1, reflects on the possibility of retiring. A guest in yesterday’s episode of ‘BellaMa’ (Rai2 from Monday to Friday from 15.25 to 17) he confessed to Pierluigi Diaco: “It’s time for me to retire and get out of the way. In March – he said – I’ll make 40 years of contributions and, if the law doesn’t change me, a little thought could do it. Let’s be clear: there is life outside. Then, for heaven’s sake, we do a job that we are passionate about and therefore we could say that we have never worked hard a day in our lives. I’d like to step away from the camera just before the camera moves away from me…if I can.”
During the interview, which can be reviewed in its entirety on RaiPlay, the conductor also told of the time in which Rai offered him to be the correspondent of ‘Isola dei Famosi’, but which he refused because he did not want to give up for this much time in his private life. The only thought, before possibly retiring from the scene, is to change plans: “After so many years, I’d like to experience something different. I’m grateful for the opportunity I’m given, but I’d like to try my hand at other things”.