The sixth and final episode of “Top Dieci”, the variety of Rai1 conducted by Carlo Conti, from the Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico, will exceptionally be broadcast tomorrow at 21.25. Also this week two teams each made up of 3 famous people will face each other with the aim of ‘predicting’ the right rankings. The first, that of the “pacchisti”, that is the historical conductors of the “Affari tua” program, will be formed by Max Giusti, Flavio Insinna, Pupo; the second, “The princesses”, will be composed by Caterina Balivo, Andrea Delogu, Emanuela Aureli. The two formations will have to discover many different “hit parades” linked to the pop culture of Italy: from music to sport, from news to cinema, from TV to culture, in fact, thus tracing a precise identikit of our country and reviving uses, customs and tastes of Italians, on a journey through the years, which reaches today. The team that at the end of the program has added the highest number of points, identifying the correct elements and positions of the hit parades, will be proclaimed the winner. Special guests of the last episode, Antonello Venditti and Raf who, interviewed by Carlo Conti, will talk about each other with the rankings that have characterized their lives. A truly original opportunity to discover new sides of two extraordinary artists linked to music, and not only, with touching repertoire films that will concern them. Tomorrow at 9.45 pm on Rai3, Mario Tozzi will tell ‘Sapiens – one planet’ the importance of light in the evolution of humanity. When it is natural, light is the first brick of life for all living beings on Earth, but when it is artificial, it changes the world: only sapiens have the ability to alter the natural night-day cycle through artificial sources of light, so much so that their evolution has gone hand in hand with the ability to create light, heat and energy. From firewood to oil to burn, from coal to oil, from water to atom, from sun to wind, the sapiens have intercepted increasingly concentrated flows of energy to produce more and more electricity and light, starting to dominate the animals, modify the territory with fires, build cities that are increasingly “lit” until the night is almost erased. Mario Tozzi, from a large alpine dam and a historic hydroelectric power station, will retrace the history of electric light, from the invention of the wick (as fundamental as that of the wheel) to the production of Italian hydroelectric energy, which allowed the first industrial development of the country and the consequent economic boom that began in the 1950s. Through an exciting docufiction, Sapiens will tell about one of the most important commercial competitions of the nineteenth century, the one that saw two great geniuses against each other: Thomas Edison, father of direct current and Nikola Tesla, inventor of alternating current, that is the our domestic life is possible. In the week of the memory of the Capaci massacre, Rai Cultura proposes the show “La Mafia”, broadcast tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai5. 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 play by Luigi Sturzo, performed for the first time in 1900. The drama sheds light on the murky and persistent bond between politics and crime and testifies to Don Sturzo’s battle against the mafia and party politics connected to corruption, clientelism and the abuse of money and public power. The show is produced by the Teatro della Toscana Foundation. On Rai1 Carla’s funeral Fracci – ‘Past and Present’ on Rai Storia tells about Maria MontessoriChange the programming of Rai1 to offer the public, live, the funeral of Carla Fracci. Tomorrow, starting at 14.45, from Milan, Tg1 with the conduction of Stefania Battistini and Elena Fusai, will tell the funeral of the diva of world dance. For over a century Maria Montessori has been one of the best known and most celebrated Italian scientists abroad. For scientific studies and above all his studies in the pedagogical field have known an extraordinary diffusion: written in 1909, “The method of scientific pedagogy” has been translated into all languages and applied in schools all over the world. A character outlined by professor Valeria Paola Babini with Paolo Mieli at “Passato e Presente”, the Rai Cultura program broadcast tomorrow at 8.30 pm on Rai Storia. In the foreground, little-known aspects of her life path, starting from the years of training and the choices that lead her to become a doctor, psychiatrist, anthropology professor at the University of Rome, before making a name for herself in the educational field. A leading figure of feminism also emerges, engaged in social activities and close to the world of politics. After the rise of Mussolini, Maria Montessori will have a difficult relationship with fascism: the conflicts will lead her to leave Italy in 1933 and to travel to many countries, where she will spread her educational theory. From the end of the Second World War until his death in 1952, he would work tirelessly for the affirmation of his own educational method. “Being actors. At work with Luca Ronconi ”is a series of documentaries with 10 interviews with actors who in different periods, but with continuity, have worked with Luca Ronconi and have been interpreters of memorable staging. The protagonist of the episode, broadcast tomorrow at 22.50 on Rai5, is Fausto Russo Alesi. The cycle of documentaries, consisting of interviews of 30 minutes each, is a project by Roberta Carlotto produced by the Santacristina Theater Center and is entrusted to the care of Anna Antonelli, Lorenzo Pavolini and Oliviero Ponte di Pino and to the editing by Jacopo Quadri. of small towns on ‘Tg2 Dossier’ on Rai2 – On Rai Movie the romantic film ‘After’ What future for Italy of small towns, villages, hamlets far from metropolises and services, which have inexorably lost inhabitants? The episode of “Tg2 Dossier”, broadcast tomorrow at 11.05 pm on Rai2, proposes a journey, curated by Gloria De Simoni, among territories marked by depopulation in which, especially in the aftermath of the shock caused by the pandemic, picking up small, but encouraging signs in countertrend: from workers, especially young people, who have returned to their countries of origin in smartworking, about 100,000 according to Svimez estimates, to innovative projects to help those who stay. From Basilicata, one of the least densely populated regions, to the heart of Sardinia, with its laboratory of active citizenship between Barbagia and Barigadu to land in the Marche region, in the lands folded by the earthquake, where despite everything there are those who resist and who, unexpectedly, comes back to stay “After”, a romantic film directed by Jenny Gage, is the prime time choice of Tomorrow’s Rai Movie, broadcast at 9.10 pm on channel 24 of digital terrestrial. The star of the film is 19-year-old Tessa Yong, a model student, whose life is conditioned by her suffocating mother Carol. For the first time, Tessa will move away from home and her longtime boyfriend Noah, moving to Washington Central University. Here, thanks to the eccentric roommate Steph, the girl will be struck by the encounter with the mysterious Hardin Scott. In the cast Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Selma Blair, Jennifer Beals, Dylan Arnold, Peter Gallagher, Meadow Williams, Inanna Sarkis, Samuel Larsen, Pia Mia and Shane Paul McGhie. it has to deal with the contemporary. There are scientists convinced that thanks to big data and predictive algorithms we no longer need theories. And then there is philosophy, which helps us to confront the new and complex issues of our present full of fluid and unexpected technological consequences. A discipline that is practice and gaze, which makes the world become wider and deeper. Which is perhaps essential and inevitable in all its forms. “Terza Pagina”, the cultural talk on Rai5 conducted by Licia Troisi, aired for the first time tomorrow at 6.40 pm, tells about philosophy in matters and places where we would never expect to find it. With Alessandro Masi, general secretary of the Dante Alighieri Society; Emanuele Bevilacqua, university professor and journalist; Federica Gentile, author and radio and television presenter; the philosopher Lucrezia Ercoli, artistic director of “Popsophia”, an international festival of contemporary philosophy; Antonio Monda from New York and Arnaldo Colasanti with the usual column “Dritto e Rovescio”.