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A stellar cast, Raoul Bova, Liz Solari, Nino Frassica, Sergio Rubini, Emilio Solfrizzi, Neri Marcorè, Giulia Michelini, Sabrina Impacciatore, Pietro Sermonti and Maurizio Mattioli in Paolo Genovese’s film “Have you ever been to the moon?”, Broadcast tomorrow at 21.25 on Rai1. Guia is 30 years old, works in a prestigious international fashion magazine and lives between Milan and Paris. He considers himself happy with his life until he finds himself in a remote village of Puglia where he inherited a large family farm and has to take care of it. Here he will run into Renzo, a fascinating and strange farmer. Services and reports from Honolulu, Reykjavik, Granada and Marmolada in the third appointment with “Kalipè – a walking pace”, broadcast in prime time, at 21.20, on Rai2 tomorrow. The first guest that Ossini will welcome in the studio, on the Skyway Monte Bianco, will be Niccolò Fabi: he will do so to the tune of Domenico Modugno’s “Meraviglioso”, a song that will give the episode its title. With him she will reflect on the importance of slowing down the pace and on how man should be amazed again. Niccolò Bongiorno will then join him, just back from the East where he made a documentary. It will tell about the populations of those territories, the problems related to water and the magic that those lands are able to give. He will remember his father Mike Bongiorno, a great traveler and mountain lover, and when he got stuck on the Matterhorn while filming a commercial. With Andrea Segre, creator of the National Day for the prevention of food waste in Italy (February 5), Ossini will then address the sensitive issue linked to consumption, giving advice to avoid wasting food. Many services and original reports, from Italy and the world, to tell the Wonders of our Planet: Ossini will be in Hawaii and precisely in Honolulu, on the island of O’Ahu, to tell about one of the most beautiful places on the planet it hosts thousands of surfers but also researchers, who are studying the waves of the Pacific Ocean trying to understand how climate change is modifying its composition and what connection there is with the atmosphere. In Reykjavik, Iceland, the public will be able to get to know a lively city, full of young people in a country with a great abundance of water where there are more than a thousand waterfalls of the most beautiful in the world. And in Granada, Spain, a city that attracts students from all over Europe where the present has not forgotten the past, starting with the Arab quarter. Finally, on the Marmolada at more than 3000 meters, Massimiliano Ossini will accompany a great mountain lover, to celebrate his 90th birthday: an example of strength and passion. “Rock Legends” broadcast tomorrow at 11.25pm ​​on Rai5 tells the Aerosmiths that with their hard-rock revival, have put in a succession of bestsellers that have led them to become one of the most popular bands in America, diligently applying the stereotypes of the genre and relying on the histrionics of a “stage animal” like Steven Tyler .Serracchiani and Toti at ‘Porta a Porta’ on Rai1 – Minister Gelmini at ‘Restart’ on Rai2 Debora Serracchiani, Parent of the Camera del Pd and Giovanni Toti, President of the Liguria Region and leader of Cambiamo, will be guests of “Porta a Porta”, tomorrow at 11.35 pm on Rai 1. On the Covid emergency Bruno Vespa will interview the President of Aifa, Giorgio Palù, while with Luca Argentero he will launch the new season of the series “Doc- In your hands”. In connection, then, from the Giglio Island, ten years after the Concordia tragedy, he will interview Franco Gabrielli, then head of the Civil Protection. During the episode, the polls on the Italians’ intention to vote, carried out by Antonio Noto, will also be presented. The wave of infections after the holidays and the new anti-covid measures launched by the government among the themes of the first appointment of the year with “Restart – Italy starts again from you” broadcast tomorrow at 11.30pm on Rai2. Will the new measures be enough to stem the virus and convince the No vax? And what will the economic and employment consequences be? Annalisa Bruchi will talk about it with Massimo Ciccozzi, director of the Medical Statistics Unit of the Biomedical Campus; Alfonso Celotto, professor of constitutional law at the Roma Tre University; the journalists Carlo Cambi (La Verità) and Mariolina Sattanino. With the biologist Eduardo Lamberti Castronuovo we will take stock of the swab race and their reliability compared to the new variant. Meanwhile, together with Omicron, the market for false Green Passes also proliferates: “Restart” continues its investigation into counterfeit green certificates and the clever ones of the pass, with an in-depth study on No vax doctors who circumvent the obligation to continue to exercise. Furthermore, with the Minister of Regional Affairs, Mariastella Gelmini, the issue of the complicated State-Regions relationship in the management of anti-Covid regulations will be addressed, also in light of the various decisions on the reopening of schools; we will also talk about expensive energy. In the column ‘Quirinal Roman’ edited by Aldo Cazzullo the possible scenarios for the race to the Colle and the related political maneuvers with the former minister Paolo Cirino Pomicino, the director of Agi Mario Sechi and Agnese Pini, director of La Nazione. Finally, Carlo D’Ippoliti, professor of Economics at La Sapienza University, will try to understand how the financial markets could react if Mario Draghi leaves Palazzo Chigi.Beatrice Rana, young pianist from Puglia of international fame, founder and artistic director of the International Festival of Chamber Music Classiche Forme, is the protagonist of the double appointment that Rai Cultura proposes tomorrow from 9.15 pm on Rai5. From the Oratorio del Gonfalone in Rome, the pianist performs a solo concert with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Suite No. 2 in C minor BWV 813, the Études No. 1, 2 and 5 by Claude Debussy and the four scherzi by Frédéric Chopin. At 10.25 pm “Beatrice Rana: of music and roots”, by Roberto Giannarelli, a journey to discover the origins of the award-winning pianist, who quickly established herself on the international scene after having obtained the First Prize in the Competition at the age of eighteen. International of Montréal in 2011. Despite the brilliant concert career in the most prestigious halls and the many accolades from audiences and critics, Beatrice Rana has never forgotten her homeland, Salento, where she brought back the experience gained in the world, giving life to 2017 at a small chamber music festival of the highest level as Classiche Forme. The documentary reveals the double face of the artist, a rigorous professional but also a simple girl, linked to family affections, to the master Benedetto Lupo, to the colors of the South and to the beauties rich in history of Salento. Protagonists, alongside her, her sister cellist Ludovica and friends musicians from all over Europe who last July animated the third edition of Classiche Forme in the heart of Lecce. On Rai3 ‘Ottilie Von Faber – Castell – A brave woman’ – On rai Movie ‘My brother chases dinosaurs’ The life of the heir to the Faber – Castell empire, the famous pencil manufacturer. The TV film, “Ottilie Von Faber – Castell – A courageous woman”, directed by Claudia Garde, will be broadcast tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai3, tells it. The young baroness Ottilie Von Faber, following the death of her father, was designated by her grandfather Lothar to lead the prestigious family business, despite the difficulties in being accepted by a totally male world. Contested by two men, Baron Philipp Von Brand and Count Alexander Von Castell, although in love with the former, she ends up marrying the latter, interested, in reality, only in her money. Throughout her life, Ottilie will be forced to fight hard to assert her independence and her being a woman. In the cast Kristin Suckow, Martin Wuttke, Johannes Zirner, Hannes Wegener, Eleonore Weisgerber, Maren Eggert. The story of the relationship between two brothers based on a successful book. Rai Movie (digital terrestrial channel 24) tomorrow in prime time, around 21.10, will broadcast “My brother chases dinosaurs”, a film directed by Stefano Cipani and based on the novel of the same name by Giacomo Mazzariol. Jack has always wanted a brother to play with and when Gio is born, his parents tell him that his brother is a “special” child. From that moment, in his imagination, Gio becomes a superhero, endowed with incredible powers, like a comic book character. Over time, Jack discovers that his little brother actually has Down syndrome and for him it becomes a secret not to be revealed. In the cast, in addition to the protagonists Francesco Gheghi and Lorenzo Sisto, we find Alessandro Gassman and Isabella Ragonese as their parents. Two masterful interpretations, a father and a mother at the head of an eccentric family in which fairy tales explain the world and love is tangible. The film won a David Giovani at the David di Donatello 2020 and a European Film Academy Young Audience Award at the European Film Awards 2020.In the years preceding the unification of Italy, in Tuscany, an artistic movement was born under the derogatory label of “Stain”. This is the story at the center of the documentary produced by Rai Cultura “Let’s go to the bush. A revolutionary painting ”by Valeria Schiavoni directed by Monica Onore broadcast tomorrow at 19.20 on Rai5. The protagonists are the works of Giovanni Fattori and Silvestro Lega, both classical and reactionary, by Telemaco Signorini intense and daily, alongside those of lesser-known artists: Adriano Cecioni, Odoardo Borrani, Raffaello Sernesi, Vincenzo Cabianca. Thanks to the intervention of the leading Macchiaioli scholars and great Italian art critics, the profiles of the protagonists of this movement are defined and of those who loved and supported them without prejudice: Elisabetta Matteucci, director of the Matteucci Institute; Federico Bano of the Bano Foundation – Palazzo Zabarella in Padua; Vanessa Gavioli, curator of the Pitti Palace Modern Art Gallery in Florence; Giuliano Matteucci, Founder of the Matteucci Institute of Viareggio; Eike Schmidt, Director of the Uffizi Galleries in Florence. And the art historians art historians Silvio Balloni, Lorella Giudici, Fernando Mazzocca. A documentary that conveys the taste of an era pervaded by a revolutionary ferment, in culture and politics, that of the Italian Risorgimento, reconstructed by the historian Angelica Zazzeri, when the world of art was about to be put in crisis by a new art to which the Macchiaioli approach with curiosity: photography, told by Emanuela Sesti, photography historian of the Alinari Foundation for Photography in Florence.



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