‘Tutti standing’ is the comedy film broadcast tomorrow at 21.25 on Rai 1, directed by Franck Dubosc, with Franck Dubosc, Alexandra Lamy, Caroline Anglade, Claude Brasseur. The plot: Jocelyn, a successful entrepreneur, is a tireless viveur, an incorrigible liar, constantly looking for new female conquests. To win the favor of the beautiful Julie, a therapist for the disabled, he pretends to be confined to a wheelchair. But his “prey” has a truly paraplegic sister, so he makes them known and things will no longer be the same for Jocelyn … The four cars that will be discussed in the Autocollection episode, broadcast tomorrow at 10.15 on Rai 2, are the Jaguar E-Type, Mercedes Pagoda, Fiat 600 and Ferrari 348. This is the third appointment with the program conducted by Veronica Dal Bosco and Maria Dal Monte and dedicated to vintage cars. The Jaguar E-Type is Diabolik and Eva Kant’s personal car, a revolutionary car in terms of design, driving characteristics and aesthetics. The Mercedes Pagoda is the breakthrough car from Mercedes, a powerful two-seater, with lines reminiscent of those of oriental temples from which its nickname derives. The Fiat 600 was the symbol of mass motorization in the boom years, a real legend, a bet. She had the arduous task of replacing the first Italian car, the Topolino. Finally, the Ferrari 348: it was the last model of the Enzo Ferrari era and is nicknamed “the little Testarossa”, produced in only 8,844 units. Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti, distinguished by the retractable headlights and the side panels with blades borrowed from the Ferrari Testarossa. An auto expert will assess the restoration, commercial value and cost of ownership of the cars, revealing maintenance tips and tricks. Also present in the episode was a mechanic, who through a careful inspection of the engines, will verify their condition, indicating the interventions that the car needs, an essential condition for the evaluation and estimation of the vintage car. Finally, to fully satisfy the needs of enthusiasts, the description of each car will end with the road test carried out by René Arnoux, the great French Formula 1 driver from the mid-1970s to the end of the 1980s. Stocky in the past, present and future of Sapiens’ life continue with the second episode of “Sapiens – one planet” broadcast tomorrow at 9.45pm on Rai 3. Why are we invaded by seagulls even though we live far from the sea? What are wild boars doing for a walk in our cities? Are mice and pigeons the animals of the future? Is it true that imperfections and errors are the basis of evolution? How is a species born? Who was Charles Darwin? A geologist, a biologist or a philosopher? And how has the role of sapiens changed in the world? Do objects and tools evolve like living organisms? Mario Tozzi will try to answer these and other questions through the scientific method approach that has always distinguished his work as a researcher-popularizer. Parallel to a biographical documentary dedicated to Charles Darwin that will accompany the narration of the entire episode, Sapiens will tell how the theory of evolution was born that revolutionized the scientific and philosophical thought of the time, becoming the foundation – still current – of the life sciences and understanding the role of all living beings. During the evening it will emerge clearly that “nature” is not found only in the forests, fields or valleys, but also in the cities where the majority of men are now concentrated: they adapt very well to the new habitats of anthropogenic origin. Obscured by our selfishness and by an idea of presumed superiority over other living beings, we are losing, perhaps without knowing it, exceptional environments, causing the disappearance of marvelous organisms capable of surprising specializations. The flight of a bird, the colors of a peacock or the eyes of a lion are the result of millions of years of evolution, of extraordinary and amazing adaptations, analyzed and studied by the most important biologist of all time. Who, however, was above all a geologist and a philosopher. On Rai4 ‘Who is without guilt’, the crime noir with Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace – On Rai5 ‘La Mafia’ dramatic “Who is without guilt” is proposed tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai 4 (channel 21). Tom Hardy plays Bob Saginowski, manager of a Brooklyn bar where illegal activities are carried out on behalf of a mafia gang. The discovery of an injured puppy and the meeting with a woman with a mysterious past, played by Noomi Rapace, will give a decisive turning point in Bob’s life. This is the last film starring James Gandolfini, the famous protagonist of the series “The Sopranos”, who died during a trip to Italy shortly after working on the film. To close the thirty-year anniversary week of the Capaci massacre, Rai Cultura offers the show ” La Mafia “, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5. From the Teatro della Pergola in Florence, Piero Maccarinelli directs the student actors of the National Academy of Dramatic Art” Silvio D’Amico “in the theatrical text by Luigi Sturzo represented for the first time in 1900. The drama sheds light on the murky and persistent link between politics and crime and testifies to Don Sturzo’s battle against the mafia and party power linked to corruption, clientelism and the abuse of money and public power. produced by the Teatro della Toscana Foundation The ordeal, yet another, of the accountant Ugo Fantozzi between “mobbing” in the 80s, unlikely sports competitions, disastrous holidays and a seduced daughter a – for a bet – and abandoned: Neri Parenti directs Paolo Villaggio in “Fantozzi suffers still”, the fourth film in the saga dedicated to the most famous accountant in Italy, broadcast on Saturday tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai Storia. The cast also includes Milena Vukotic, Anna Mazzamauro, Riccardo Garrone, Gigi Reder, Camillo Milli. On Rai Movie ‘The most beautiful years’ – Rainews24 interviews Adriano Karipuna Gabriele Muccino’s film “The most beautiful years”, with Pierfrancesco Favino, Micaela Ramazzotti, Kim Rossi Stuart and Claudio Santamaria, proposed tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Movie (channel 24). The film tells the story of the forty-year friendship between Giulio, Paolo, Riccardo and Gemma, born during adolescence and continued into adulthood. A journey made up of carefree moments, love born and over, quarrels, disappointments and regrets, in the social context of an Italy in progressive change from the Eighties to today. Despite everything, however, the bond that unites them remains strong. In the cast also Nicoletta Romanoff, Emma Marrone, Francesco Centorame, Andrea Pittorino, Paola Sotgiu, Francesco Acquaroli and Elisa Visari. The music is by Nicola Piovani. Mother Earth, resistance, genocide, fire, justice, allies: these are the words of Adriano Karipuna, indigenous leader of the Karipuna people of Rondonia, in the Amazon, defender of the forest heart of the world: “Our land is among the hardest hit by deforestation in Brazil. We exist and resist, we are against those who want to destroy the forest ”. Valerio Cataldi, at the Maxxi in Rome, surrounded by photographs of Salgado’s Amazonia, met the chief Karipuna and took up his request for help and his complaint against the Brazilian government. “My message – is the appeal of the indigenous leader – is not to abandon ourselves in the struggle because that wonder that is nature is dying. And if nature dies everyone will suffer the consequences.” The interview will be broadcast tomorrow at 2.30pm and repeated on Tuesday 31 May at 8.30 pm on Rainews24. Nature, told in its many nuances, is the theme of “Tgr Petrarca”, the cultural weekly edited by Simonetta Rho and hosted by Elisabetta Terigi broadcast tomorrow at 12.55 on Rai 3. It starts from the rooms of the Gallerie d’Italia in Turin – recently inaugurated – which host the photographic exhibition by Paolo Pellegrin, “The fragile wonder. A journey into nature that changes “. The objective is also on nature as a commitment to the environment from the voices of Vanessa Nakate and Alessandro Gassmann, guests of the International Book Fair. And again, the verses of the poet Giuseppe Conte among the works of art in the park of the Celle farm; a story at the time of the eruption of Vesuvius in “La fortuna” by Valeria Parrella; the landscapes of the Dolomites in the new novel by Matteo Righetto. In summary also the parks of Milan, places of mystery in the thriller of debut of Gian Andrea Cerone “The nights without sleep”; the “London of the 20s” protagonist of the novel by the journalist Marco Varvello; Lake Como in the shots of Marco Borlenghi. Following, the literary film, the advice of two Venetian booksellers and the shelf of the “Fresh from the press.” In closing, Rodari’s poem “The sky belongs to everyone” in the singing version by Bobo Rondelli taken from Teche Rai.
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