Everything is ready inside the ‘Fabrizio Frizzi’ studios in Rome for a new evening in the company of “Tale e Quali Show”, the variety of Rai 1 conducted by Carlo Conti on Friday 28 October live from 21.25. In this fifth episode there will be key points to be won for the 11 protagonists (plus one) who wish to reach the final victory. The fourth episode saw the triumph of Rosalinda Cannavò who masterfully imitated Francesca Michielin interpreting ‘No degree of separation’. On the podium also Elena Ballerini-Arisa and Valentina Persia-Gabriela Ferri. The provisional ranking sees Antonino in the lead, followed by Gilles Rocca and Elena Ballerini. Based on the well-established formula of the program, the competing artists will have to identify themselves with various characters, singing live on the bases and arrangements made by maestro Pinuccio Pirazzoli. Elena Ballerini will have to put herself in the shoes of Barbra Streisand, Rosalinda Cannavò will try the encore a week ago with Madame, Samira Lui will test herself with Grace Jones, Valeria Marini will honor the myth of Marilyn Monroe, Alessandra Mussolini will be her aunt Sophia Loren, Valentina Persia will imitate Anastacia, Andrea Dianetti will play Gianni Togni, Claudio Lauretta will see Vasco Rossi, Gilles Rocca will remember Franco Califano, Antonino will transform into Loredana Berté, the “repeating” Francesco Paolantoni and the “personal” coach Gabriele Cirilli will have the likeness of Carreras, Pavarotti and Domingo (who will accompany them in this new adventure?). Friday 28 October, at midnight on Rai 1, Tv7 opens with the meeting with the Iranian blogger Farahmad Alipour, not to forget the death of Mahsa Amini. Following the incredible recovery of Scampia: where once there were the Sails, the University now stands. And again, Kim Rossi Stuart who talks about his latest film and Diabolik who turns 60: an opportunity to meet the minds of one of the most popular comics in Italy.Roberta Mastromichele, protagonist of the film directed by Carolina Boco and Luca La Vopa “Tonight tell me about Africa”, and Lidia Vitale at the center of Gabriele Fabbro’s film “The Grand Bolero” are the guests of Gigi Marzullo at “Cinematografo”, the appointment of the night with the story of the cinema of Rai Cultura, in aired on Friday 28 October at 11.50 pm on Rai 1. In connection, the critic Angela Azzaro, to talk about the films coming out this week and take stock of the Rai fictions. Critics Enrico Magrelli, Chiara Nicoletti, Valerio Caprara, Francesco Puma and professors Fabrizio Manuel Sirignano, Giuseppe Liotta and Maria Cristina Bragaglia commented on the offer of the week and the ranking of the most viewed films. Cinematografo is the program dedicated to the world of cinema, which updates viewers on all the films coming out week after week to also make a contribution to the return of the public to theaters.It tells an episode in the life of the great Gino Bartali dating back to the years of the resistance. melologue with music by Marcello Panni “Bartali’s bicycle”, to which the episode of “Prima della Prima” is dedicated, which Rai Cultura offers on TV on Friday 28 October at 9.15 pm on Rai 5, directed by Roberto Giannarelli. The musical piece is taken from the homonymous story by Simone Dini Gandini dedicated to the great cycling champion, gold medal for civil valor for his commitment to expatriate more than eight hundred Jews between 1943 and 1944. Bartali did not mention it to anyone and the story remained unknown for a long time and only in 2005 he was given a posthumous medal for civil valor and since 2013 his name is included in the Mausoleum of the Memory of Jerusalem as “Righteous of the nations”. The melologue was performed last May in the “Ennio Morricone” Auditorium of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with Marcello Panni himself on the podium of the Roma Sinfonietta. You play the actress Anna Nogara and the soprano Patrizia Polia. The melologue is accompanied by the drawings of Roberto Lauciello and the video projections of Bogus Lab. A journey to discover the undergrounds of Bologna in the company of the archaeologist Darius Arya. This is the new appointment with the “Under Italy” series, broadcast on Friday 28 October at 20.25 on Rai 5. The first stop on the journey is the “Conserva di Valverde”, also known as Bagni di Mario, made up of octagonal vaults, domes and rooms : a spectacular system of capturing, collecting and decanting water, built in 1563. Continue in the Romanesque Crypt of San Zama under the Abbey of Santissimi Nabore and Felice: a place of high historical and architectural value, as well as sacred. In the park of the Archiepiscopal Seminary of Bologna, Arya will descend – literally – in the Second World War, inside an air-raid shelter, and will conclude the journey in the Roman aqueduct, 65 meters deep. so-called “clean sources”, ie those that do not generate carbon dioxide, the infamous CO2, responsible for the greenhouse effect? This is the theme of the new appointment with “Prepare for the future”, the Rai Cultura series conceived and written by Piero Angela and dedicated to the new generations, broadcast on Friday 28 October at 3.00 pm on Rai 3. Piero Angela, together with a team of experts , analyzes the advantages, but also the limitations, of “clean” resources and the role of the so-called energy cannibalism. Recognizing the urgent ecological emergency of our times, Piero Angela decided in the last period of his life, to devote himself to the production of a series of programs to explain the problems that humanity must face, related to climate change and the search for new sources of energy, but also the role of science and technology in modern society.How to keep the veins and the circulatory system in good condition as a whole, but also advice for those with thyroid problems or suffering from sinusitis. “Elisir”, the medical program conducted by Michele Mirabella and Benedetta Rinaldi with Francesca Parisella – broadcast on Friday 28 October at 10.30 on Rai 3 – starts by talking about the circulation of the legs and how to keep it at its best even in old age. In the office, Gianluca Faggioli, director of the School of Specialization in Vascular Surgery of the University of Bologna. In the following space, in-depth analysis on nutrition to follow in case of thyroid dysfunction. Professor Mariangela Rondanelli, endocrinologist and professor of Dietary Sciences and Human Nutrition at the University of Pavia, talks about it. In “Tell me doctor” we discuss sinusitis, an inflammation of the sinuses that can cause congestion and a feeling of pressure on the face. Answers to the questions Claudio Borsi, otolaryngologist at the Italian Auxological Institute of Milan. Finally, the myths related to left-handers. To distinguish the true news from the false ones, Fabio Frediani, director of Neurology and of the Headache Center at the San Carlo Borromeo hospital in Milan. The spread of gambling addictions, especially among young people, is increasingly alarming. a social unease that worries and mobilizes not only local authorities and the Church, but now also credit institutions, to the point that a bank has even decided to prevent the use of its payment cards in online gaming. A sector on which we must keep our eyes open because, as confirmed by the latest half-yearly report of the DIA, it attracts the growing interest of organized crime, always looking for spaces to infiltrate society and the economy. On “Tg3 – Fuori Tg”, broadcast on Friday 28 October at 12.25 on Rai 3, Maria Rosaria De Medici talks about it with Giulia Migneco from Public Notice and with Toni Mira from Avvenire. The Norwegian national security agency has arrested a man who claims to be a Brazilian academic, but is suspected of being a Russian spy. “We believe it poses a threat to fundamental national interests,” said Deputy Chief of Police Security Service (PST), Hedvig Moe. Norway said last week that it had arrested a seventh Russian citizen suspected of illegally flying drones and taking photographs in restricted areas. At “Radio 3 Mondo”, broadcast on Friday 28 October at 11 on Radio 3, Luigi Spinola will talk about it with Gabriele Catania, essayist and geopolitical analyst specialized in the Nordic countries; he is director of the Northeast Geopolitical and Geo-historic Observatory for Business and Work (Oggnil).