Clash over the pizza of the rich and the poor. This will be discussed in the Porta a Porta episode broadcast tomorrow at 11.35 pm on Rai 1. The historic Neapolitan pizza chef Gino Sorbillo, the entrepreneur Flavio Briatore and the winner of the “Pizza of the Year 2021” will meet in Bruno Vespa’s living room. ”, Ivano Veccia. New appointment with “Anni 20 Notte”, the program conducted by Francesca Parisella with the presence in the studio of Alessandro Giuli, tomorrow at 11.15 pm on Rai 2. In the first part, the point will be made on the war in Ukraine and on all the major issues, often dramatic, of this difficult summer of 2022. In particular, the problem of drought throughout the national territory will be addressed and the problems generated or aggravated by the conflict and Covid will be dealt with. In the second part of the program, a journey into the obsession for the body perfect: a reportage between those looking for a body to show off on the beach and those who accept themselves with a smile despite “imperfections”. As always there will be polls edited by Raffaele Rio and space for a smile with the cartoons by Alessio Di Mauro. Participating among others: Barbara Alberti, Mia Canestrini, Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, Laura Tecce, Elisa D’Ospina. She left Genesis at the peak of success to pursue a solo career, developing an ambitious research on the integration between rock and electronics. and world music and making some of the most innovative video clips of its time. Peter Gabriel is the protagonist of “Rock Legends”, broadcast tomorrow at 11.45 pm on Rai5. On Rai3 ‘D’Annunzio, the man who invented himself’ – On Rai4 ‘GI Joe – Revenge’ and ‘Cleopatra Jones: license to kill’Rai Documentaries dedicates a first special evening to Gabriele d’Annunzio with “D’Annunzio, the man who invented himself”, broadcast on June 23 on Rai 3. Produced by Ince Media and Filippo Cellini, in collaboration with Rai Documentari and Luce Cinecittà, directed by Francesca Pirani and Stefano Viali, the documentary proposes a contemporary and pop reinterpretation of the poet vate, illuminating the subtle filigree of time that binds our society to one of the most discussed characters of the last century . “The Italians have made Italy united but now we must make it great”: this expression contains all the will of d’Annunzio to influence the life of his time with his own life. And Italy in the early twentieth century, disappointed by the dreams of the Risorgimento, saw in him a figure capable of showing him a new path, that of modernity. With the narrative force and the conduct of the historian Giordano Bruno Guerri, journalist and President of the Vittoriale degli Italiani, the story unfolds in a continuous cross-reference between the life, enterprises and works of the poet in comparison with current events. Today’s children in the documentary compare d’Annunzio to Sandro Pertini for the idea of a united country, to Silvio Berlusconi and even to Greta Thunberg, for her ability to move the masses. Through different languages and reenactment insertions, d’Annunzio is told as the prototype of the star and progenitor of mass culture based on the exaltation of the self: the first influencer in history. From Pescara to the Cicognini College in Prato, where he was sent by his father who had sensed his great gifts, from the first collection of “Primo Vere” poems to the early Roman years and to the success among the Italian provincial bourgeoisie of the late nineteenth century, from the love for luxury for changeable and casual loves including Isadora Duncan, Luisa Casati, wife Maria Hardouin di Gallese and lover Luisa Baccara. For him, women are both torment and delight. Defined at the time “scandalous” by a petty bourgeoisie who actually envied him and attributed every perversion to him, in reality d’Annunzio was able to fulfill his desires and challenge society by exhibiting them, the progenitor of a culture founded on the transgression of the rules, characteristics of contemporary culture. If on the one hand he represented the apotheosis of the average male, on the other he anticipated, with his deplorable love of luxury and his bulimia for shopping, a behavior that today could be labeled as consumerism. Anticipator and modernizer of customs, fashions, trends, from clothing to politics (few know of his blatant passage from right to left, at the end of the nineteenth century), d’Annunzio is still judged even for an adhesion to fascism that never actually occurred: from his “Impresa di Fiume”, Mussolini took rites and myths but not the Charter of the Carnaro, one of the most advanced constitutions of the twentieth century, nor the two words that d’Annunzio followed to eja eja alalà: long live love! Time After Time, tomorrow Rai4 proposes in the first and second evening a couple of films that compare two different eras of genre cinema, dedicated to special agents. At 21:20 will be broadcast GI Joe – The revenge (2013) by Jon Chu, the second chapter of the cinematic adventures of the legendary GI Joe, super-spies born from a famous line of Hasbro toys. In the cast Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum. Followed by the classic blaxploitation, ‘Cleopatra Jones: License to Kill’ (1973) by Jack Starrett, a colorful adventure, in a pop-funky key, by the famous Afro-American special agent played by Tamara Dobson. From the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome. , on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of the Academy of Santa Cecilia, the concert of the Orchestra of the Academy performing “The siege of Corinth” by Gioachino Rossini conducted by Antonio Pappano. An appointment that Rai Cultura proposes tomorrow at 17.50 on Rai 5.A Tg3 – Fuori Tg ‘on Rai3 scams to the palate – On Rai Storia’ aCdC’A Tg3 – Fuori Tg, Thursday 23 June at 12.25 on Rai 3, the entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti and the national president of CIA-Agricoltori Italiani, Cristiano Fini, to talk about the phenomenon of Italian sounding, or the use on labels and packaging of denominations, geographical references, images, colors and brands that evoke Italy and in particular some typical products of the agri-food sector: from parmesan to mozzarella, from wine to balsamic vinegar, without forgetting tomatoes and purées. Damage to our economy estimated at between 80 and 100 billion euros. Local producers are also missing out, forced to lower quality and prices, and the final consumer, who receives products of ever lower quality. If the counterfeiters’ imagination is infinite, Italian producers react by applying special labels and fighting in international fora for the recognition of the identity and territorial distinction of their products and their art. Tg3 – Fuori Tg is the in-depth feature of the national Tg3, edited by Mariella Venditti and conducted by Maria Rosaria De Medici. In a century of wars, famines, chaos and superstition, a determined, courageous, motivated “observer of the stars” from the faith in the power of knowledge, he discovers the laws that regulate the movement of the planets, still today the basis of astronomy and space travel. At “aCdC”, broadcast tomorrow at 21.10 on Rai Storia, with the introduction by Professor Alessandro Barbero, a documented biography of the German cosmologist and mathematician Giovanni Keplero (1571-1630), from the tormented collaboration with the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe – who with his very detailed observations provides Kepler with the data on which to develop his theory – to the difficult defense of his mother in a trial for witchcraft. Lived in a period of transition between two ways of looking at reality, Giovanni Kepler with his studies and his discoveries has revolutionized the vision of the world. Giuseppe Verdi’s Aroldo inaugurated the Nuovo Teatro di Rimini in 1857, which came back to life only in 2018. The opera, broadcast tomorrow at 9.15 pm on Rai 5, is therefore re-proposed in a new dramaturgy conceived by Emilio Sala and Edoardo Sanchi: in addition to the original story, the history of the theater is told. Manlio Benzi conducts the Luigi Cherubini Orchestra. In the cast among the protagonists the soprano Lidia Fridman, the tenor Antonio Corianò, the baritone Michele Govi.
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