Tomorrow the last appointment will be broadcast on Rai2 at 21.20 with Simona Ventura who, with her verve, will reopen the doors of the great amusement park of “Game of Games – Gioco Loco”, to give lightness and fun. The game show sees 6 VIPs compete against each other, in an attempt to bring as many NIP competitors to the final game who can thus groped to grab the prize pool. The 6 guests of this episode are Alex Belli, Max Cavallari, Peppe Iodice, Juliana Moreira, Nicole Rossi and Debora Villa. To welcome them, the great amusement park of Game of Games – Gioco Loco, produced by Blu Yazmine who, with its surprising games and great visual impact, will be able to give a hard time even to the most prepared competitor. Never underestimate, in fact, the sudden and rapid reactions that are triggered at the very moment in which one of the two challengers makes a mistake during a test. After all, as we have already seen, it is not uncommon to see a competitor who “flies away” or ends up in the water. The secretary of the Lega Matteo Salvini will be the guest of the episode of “Porta a porta” broadcast tomorrow at 11.55 pm on Rai1. Salvini will be interviewed by Bruno Vespa on political news. Brian Johnson meets Lars Ulrich – Metallica drummer – in San Rafael, California, the band’s “logistic base”. A meeting at the center of “Brian Johnson, a life on the road”, the series hosted by AC / DC singer Brian Johnson, broadcast tomorrow at 11.00pm on Rai5. Among memories, anecdotes, dreams, Johnson and Ulrich retrace the unforgettable moments of the historic “Monsters of Metal” tour up to the shared stage in Russia, after the failed coup of 1991. Glorious memories, a cornucopia of “rock” anecdotes entered the imagination collective of metal lovers. On Rai4 ‘Captain Phillips – Attack in the open sea’ – On Rai Storia the great trial of the mafia Action and adrenaline, tomorrow in prime time at 21.20 on Rai4 (channel 21 of digital terrestrial) with the thriller “Captain Phillips – Attack in the open sea” . Directed by Paul Greengrass, author of the best chapters in the Jason Bourne saga, the film tells the incredible true story of the hijacking of the US merchant ship Maersk Alabama, which took place in April 2009 at the hands of four Somali pirates, and the hostage capture of the Commander Richard Phillips. Played by a magnificent Tom Hanks, nominated for 6 Academy Awards, it is a tense maritime drama in which the courage and cold blood of the protagonist captain have ensured that twenty people emerge unscathed from a desperate situation. To follow, a new episode of “Wonderland” which this week will talk about literary science fiction with the writer Franco Ricciardiello, curator of the “solar-punk” anthology Assalto al sole. But there will also be space for the futuristic technology of the Milanese exhibition Robot: The Human Project, for Alice Cooper’s pop / rock music and for the city of Rome seen from science fiction cinema. Many months have passed since the Palermo Maxi trial began. Accusation and defense face each other every day, and on the green carpet of the bunker hall there are characters who have made the criminal history of the city and of Sicily. The atmosphere is always very tense, the trial is conditioned by the death of a Messina lawyer, Nino D’Uva, killed by a defendant in another trial in the city of the Strait. An episode that increases the level of concern of the lawyers, who see the hopes of ruining the process diminish. Hence the appointment with the series “Maxi, the great trial of the mafia”, broadcast tomorrow at 10.10pm on Rai Storia. The prosecution front is compact and the tales of the excellent defendants, such as Michele Greco and Luciano Liggio, fail to change the course of things. Franco continues to carry out his work, with passion and professionalism, despite his life going through a difficult and tormented period. Gianni comes to terms for the first time with the horror of which the mafia is capable, being shocked by the stories of the repentant Vincenzo Sinagra, who describes the death chambers. Teresa takes courage to face a delicate situation, also driven by the emotions aroused by the process, which becomes more and more a symbol of the wounds and the desire for redemption of all Palermo. As proof of this, the deposition of Ignazio Salvo, tax collector and for years a hinge between the mafia and politics, who arrives on the Praetorium ready to defend himself from the accusations, but who symbolically symbolizes how the untouchables, in Palermo, no longer exist. The extraordinary story of Tarzan, one of the most iconic figures in popular fiction, who captured the imagination of audiences around the world and of all ages. The documentary “Tarzan, the man behind the image” tells it, broadcast tomorrow at 19.20 on Rai5. After the appearance of Tarzan in an American pulp magazine in 1912, the literary character of Edgar Rice Burroughs became one of the most significant characters in popular culture of the twentieth century and the first superhero par excellence. Published in over 20 novels and translated into more than 50 languages, the story of the wild boy raised by monkeys was an instant success and spawned radio shows, comics, TV series and countless films. Although Tarzan was extremely popular with the public, he was also met with controversy and criticism. The first films were censored for semi-nudity and banned comics in Europe because they were considered by censorship committees to be too violent and harmful to young people. Despite this, the character managed to shed light on such important topics as cruelty to animals, colonialism and slavery. From past to present, the valiant and loyal protector of the natural world still remains today one of the best known and most enduring figures in popular fiction. Summer, sleeping pills and portions of food at ‘Elisir’ on Rai3 – ‘All the money in the world’ on Rai Movie In the episode of “Elisir”, the medical program broadcast tomorrow at 11.00 on Rai3 and conducted by Michele Mirabella and Benedetta Rinaldi, Professor Claudio Borghi, Director of the Internal Medicine Department of the Sant’Orsola Hospital in Bologna, will recall which precautions to take to face the hottest and most insidious season, especially for the most fragile subjects. In the second part we will talk about sleeping pills, drugs that are prescribed mainly in the case of sleep disorders, with Professor Luigi Ferini Strambi, Head of the Sleep Medicine Center at the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. Finally, in the nutrition area, how to calculate the portions of the dishes that are brought to the table, with Professor Marina Carcea, Director of Technologist of Crea. For the cycle “Il Vizio del cinema”, Rai Movie (channel 24 of digital terrestrial) proposes, tomorrow at 21.10, “All the money in the world”. Based on the essay of the same name by John Pearson, the film, directed and co-produced by Ridley Scott, tells a famous news story from the 1970s, the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, grandson of the then richest man in the world, which took place in Rome in 1973. When the ransom demand from the kidnappers arrives, oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty refuses to pay. Then Gail, the young man’s mother, and Fletcher Chace, a former CIA agent and expert negotiator, will start a wild race against time to collect the necessary sum for the ransom. The cast consists of Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer, Charlie Plummer, Mark Wahlberg, Timothy Hutton and Romain Duris. From rivers to coasts, from oceans to coral reefs, more than 70 percent of our planet is covered by water: habitat full of opportunities and yet extreme, where survival is the most difficult challenge for newborn babies. This is explained by the second episode of the series “Wild puppies”, broadcast tomorrow at 14.00 on Rai5. Several animals that live in or near water reproduce on land: for their young, being born and growing means first of all being able to reach the water, the first of the challenges they have to overcome. Once in the water, they are at the mercy of coasts full of dangers and dangerous currents.