Nino Frassica with Mrs. Coriandoli and Paola Perego are the protagonists of the space “Dancer for a night” which doubles in the new appointment with “Dancing with the Stars”, the show hosted by Milly Carlucci, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 8.35pm on Rai 1 . Guests will have to learn in a short time a choreography created ad hoc for the occasion and thus face the most feared jury on TV. But the surprises do not end there, the Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico is preparing to welcome the world champion of rhythmic gymnastics, Sofia Raffaeli who will perform in a choreography in the specialty that saw her triumph in Sofia 2022, the tape. The couples who will perform in the fourth episode are Iva Zanicchi – Samuel Peron; Paola Barale – Roly Maden; Luisella Costamagna – Pasquale La Rocca; Rosanna Banfi – Simone Casula; Ema Stokholma – Angelo Madonia; Gabriel Garko – Giada Lini; Enrico Montesano – Alessandra Tripoli; Giampiero Mughini – Veera Kinnunen; Dario Cassini – Lucrezia Lando; Alex Di Giorgio – Moreno Porcu; Lorenzo Biagiarelli – Anastasia Kuzmina; Alessandro Egger – Tove Villfor. The couple made up of Marta Flavi – Simone Arena was eliminated in the last episode, but will have the opportunity to return to the race thanks to the repechage, on condition, however, to continue studying with commitment and constancy. The VIPs still in the race will do their best to conquer the audience at home, but also the Jury in the studio led by the stainless Carolyn Smith. Alongside her Guillermo Mariotto, Fabio Canino, Ivan Zazzaroni and Selvaggia Lucarelli. Journey through the Italian islands, to reveal their thousand souls on “Tg2 Dossier”, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 11.00 pm on Rai 2. A report by Daniela Bisogni from North to South, from the Ligurian Sea to the Adriatic, through the seasons, for to reveal natural beauties, tourist resources, historical and cultural heritages and the sea, that surrounding sea which constitutes its common identity. Seven hundred and sixty-six is the total number of Italian islands properly so-called and surveyed, including rocks, islets and stacks. This is a journey into the lesser ones; not in Sicily, therefore, and not in Sardinia. A path that leads away from the city routine. A route often traveled for summer holidays, sometimes instead in search of a new life, and perhaps isolation. An investigation into the different identities of each one: what were the prison islands such as Ventotene or Asinara; those with a more strictly tourist vocation, such as Ischia or the island of Elba or even the places where coexistence with a mysterious and looming roommate like a volcano reigns supreme. A journey in close contact with nature and its changes, with the language of the winds, immersed in silences or enveloped by the waves of the sea. The episode will be repeated on Sunday 30 October at 8.45 on Rai 2. The founder of Fascism and his supporting actors: figures staged by Massimo Popolizio in “M, the son of the century” of which Rai Cultura proposes the second part on Saturday 29 October at 9.15 pm on Rai 5, while on Sunday 30th, at 4.00 pm, the full version will be broadcast, again on Rai 5. Adaptation in thirty paintings of the historical novel by Antonio Scurati “M”, the theatrical text – interpreted by Popolizio and Tommaso Ragno himself – brings to the stage the emergence of fascism. It is a story that is never known enough, in particular that of the six years following the Great War, with the enterprise of Fiume, the swing of the country towards the socialist revolution, the reaction and the spread of squads, the daring March on Rome (whose centenary occurs in October 1922) and the inexorable effectiveness of a political doctrine that escapes the categories of judgment with violent action. On Rai3 ‘Blob’ dedicated to Benigni On board the icebreaker Laura Bassi to discover the South Pole, the frozen continent at the edge of the Earth, to try to understand how the climate of Antarctica has changed from the time of the dinosaurs to the present day. From this place with extreme temperatures, the explorations of “Sapiens – A single planet” begin, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 9.45 pm on Rai 3 and hosted by Mario Tozzi. One hundred million years ago, what we now call the South Pole was covered with huge and extensive forests populated by colossal sauropods, while today it is almost entirely devoid of animal and plant life. In the Cretaceous period, Antarctica was the lost world of dinosaurs, giant prehistoric reptiles that managed to survive the 4-month long Antarctic night. How did they do it? The journey of “Sapiens – one planet” will continue to discover the Italian dinosaurs: from the smallest (the dinosaur Ciro) to the largest dinosaurs ever found in Italy, in the Fisherman’s Village, near Trieste. On the occasion of Benigni’s 70th anniversary, “Blob” proposes a special episode on Benigni from the 70s, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 8 pm on Rai 3. From the “Televacca” revolution to his participation in “Altra Domenica” as a critic cinematographic, from protest songs presented at the various editions of the Tenco Prize to the first films with Giuseppe Bertolucci and Marco Ferreri. A transgressive, crazy, irreverent Benigni like those ’70s when he began to take the first steps of his brilliant career. The season of strong men, dictators, tyrants, autocrats seems to be back in the world. From Trump to Lukashenko via Putin, what has man not learned from history? Why has democracy lost its appeal so much that autocracies are considered acceptable? 100 years after the March on Rome, “Frontiere”, the program conducted by Franco Di Mare, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 4.30 pm on Rai 3, dedicates an episode to the crisis of Western democracies and the return of the new “autocrats”. In the studio the directors Ezio Mauro and Antonio Di Bella, in connection with the former Russian diplomat at the UN Boris Bondarev, who lives in Switzerland. The director of “Il Foglio” Claudio Cerasa, the political scientist Moisés Naím, the historian Donald Sassoon and the sociologist and president of Censis Giuseppe De Rita also spoke. And then, Anna Zafesova from “La Stampa” and the Russian naturalized Italian writer Elena Kostioukovitch. It opens with a journey to discover the Venetian villa of Maser, one of the greatest masterpieces of world architecture created by Palladio and Unesco heritage, the new appointment with “Top – Everything is trendy”, the fashion and costume magazine hosted by Greta Mauro, dedicated to lifestyle, beauty and the excellence of Made in Italy, broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 3.00 pm on Rai 2. Also featured the most revolutionary item of clothing ever: the miniskirt. Created by London designer Mary Quant, she uncovered women’s legs by transforming those few centimeters of fabric into an iconic piece, a symbol of freedom and female emancipation. The protagonists are also the artisans of a historic workshop who create lampshades, from the ancient ones in sewn parchment, to the pleats passing through the classics lined in fabric. He then returns to Paris to continue living the magic of the “Ville Lumiere” between walks in the center, shopping and a coffee break. It closes with an interview with a “Top” protagonist of Italian artistic swimming: Giorgio Minisini. After the preview dedicated to Aldo Cazzullo’s debut as a conductor with his program “Una Giornata Particolare”, “Tv Talk” opens the episode , broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 3.00 pm on Rai 3, with a careful analysis of the new media style of Giorgia Meloni, the first woman Prime Minister in Italy. Massimo Bernardini with the guests Paolo Petrecca, director of RaiNews24, the journalist Francesca Fagnani and the linguist Valeria Della Valle, focuses in particular on a communicative element that has created a lot of debate on all media: the choice to be indicated as a male, ” President”. The presence of the singer-songwriter Ron, Stefano Bollani and Valentina Cenni is also an opportunity for an in-depth study on the second season of “Via dei Matti n ° 0” and on an increasingly evident television trend: the musical revival. Space then to Milly Carlucci and the success of her “Dancing with the Stars”: thanks to the ability to build the cast and the constant presence of narrative ideas, the program this year seems to dictate the entertainment agenda on social networks and others tv broadcasts. Finally, with Alessandro Tiberi, the return after twelve years of a cult series: “Boris 4”. Luca Dondoni from La Stampa, Marta Cagnola from Radio24 and the TV historian Giorgio Simonelli also enriched the debate in the studio. In the studio the fixed cast composed of Cinzia Bancone, Silvia Motta and Sebastiano Pucciarelli. Two new competitors will try to win the prize money of 40 thousand euros in gold tokens in the program on the strangest habits of Italians: “Does it seem normal to you?”, The game show broadcast on Saturday 29 October at 2 pm on Rai 2, hosted by Pierluigi Pardo. In the studio with him the pollster Alessandra Ghisleri, director of EuroMedia Research, who carries out the polls at the center of the challenge exclusively for the program. For 83% of Italians it is not normal to believe in the horoscope and for more than half of the population (59%) it is not normal to give a double surname to children. For 55%, however, it is normal to photograph a dish before eating it and one in five Italians (over 21%) post photos of their children on social networks. these are just some of the survey questions that the competitors have tried to answer in the last episodes, trying to take home the prize pool of 40 thousand euros in gold tokens. In this episode of the program, two new competitors will try to guess together. and what is normal and what is not for the Italian people. In the studio with them, as in every episode, eight characters who symbolize “The belly of the country” and who will be the subject of some phases of the game. A series of questions will concern anecdotes, experiences and extravagant curiosities that have seen them as protagonists. To enrich the narration there will be the interviews carried out in the area and the incursions of more or less famous characters. A special contribution comes from the repertoire of the Teche Rai with memorable sketches of the history of our country, linked to the themes of the questions.