On Rai1 tomorrow at 19.45 the England-USA group B match will be broadcast live from the Al Bayt Stadium with commentary by Alberto Rimedio and Antonio Di Gennaro and interviews by Stefano Rizzato. In the studio Alessandro Antinelli and Lele Adani
A story of escape and rebirth. On the occasion of the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women” tomorrow at 21.20 on Rai 3, the premiere of “The life to come”, by Phyllida Lloyd, with Clare Dunne, Harriet Walter, Conleth Hill. Sandra leaves home with her two little girls and does so on the day her husband discovers that she was saving up some money to do it. He kicks and punches her, throws her to the ground and breaks her hand. After that, the man continues to see her daughters on the weekends, but she Sandra is an intelligent woman and, even if he presses her, she keeps away. Then, one day, between hard work and another, while looking for accommodation that she can’t find, Sandra sees a video of a man who has built a house on his own, at a very low cost, and begins to think about doing the same.
Luigi Comencini goes to meet the children of the Prima Porta neighborhood in Rome to discover the school and social problems they have to face in the fourth episode of his 1970 report “The children and us”, broadcast tomorrow at 4.00 pm on Rai Storia. The township has expanded a lot and has welcomed people from many parts of Italy, with the result that the schools are overcrowded. Alongside the ordinary classes there are “differential” classes, which welcome kids with cognitive and behavioral problems: but do these classes really succeed in recovering and solving kids’ problems?
The day against violence against women, on Tg2 Italia – “Tgr Buongiorno Regione” against economic violence
Tomorrow on Tg2 Italia, the current affairs program broadcast live from 10 on Rai 2, there will be talk of the Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, established by the United Nations General Assembly. Stories, testimonials, advice and initiatives: everything that institutions and volunteers put in place to stop this social scourge. We will talk about it in the studio with Katia Scannavini, deputy general secretary of ActionAid and with the journalist Laura Tecce who, in the second part of the episode, in the usual Settegiorni space, will also help to comment on this week’s news, anniversaries and curiosities from the world .
“Violence against women can also be economic. Learn to recognize it so as not to be an unwitting victim. Do not delegate or sign without understanding. Don’t give up on learning more. Cultivate your financial literacy to defend yourself. A few simple information can make the difference and make women protagonists in economic decisions, at home and at work”. This is the message that – to prevent economic violence on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women – the Rai Regional Journal launches with the Bank of Italy and the National Council of Notaries within ‘Buongiorno Regione ‘, broadcast tomorrow at 7.30 on Rai 3.
Eliminating violence against women: a commitment to be confirmed day after day, but which on 25 November, on the dedicated Day, must be even stronger. Rai Radio1 involves Radio Newspapers and all its programs on the subject, with interviews, services, audio, stories, redemption stories, stories from shelters, prisons, anti-violence centres. Radio1 will then also go to schools, to understand how classroom training is done, it will give space to the voices of culture, justice, civil society and politics who are fighting for this commitment. In particular, the program “What day is it” with Francesca Romana Ceci and Massimo Giraldi from 11.05 will be broadcast from Piazza Sempione in Rome, where a demonstration with schools, anti-violence centers and the third sector is planned. Among the topics addressed during the day: online sexism, the education of young people, the consequences from an economic point of view, the comparison with other European and world countries, the story of violence against women in the war in Ukraine and then further insights into the contents of the anti-violence law. Direct testimonies, interviews with experts in the sector, with victims of violence, with institutions. The story will go from radio news to programs and will also bring to light many experiences that demonstrate how women’s emancipation is one of the most powerful tools to combat violence against women. Rai Radio1 will also broadcast the commercials against gender-based violence promoted by Rai.
Rai Radio Kids, our friend Bing guest of Big Bang
Green T-shirt, red onesie and black and white shoes: this is the look of Bing, who loves discovering new things, whistling and doing everything the little ones like. Born from the pen of the British writer Ted Dewan, our friend Bing, also very well known in Italy thanks to Rai Yoyo who has been broadcasting his adventures since 2018, will be the protagonist, tomorrow, of the episode of “Big Bang” entitled “Curious like us”, broadcast on Rai Radio Kids, with Armando Traverso, Lallo and Lella.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Rai Cultura proposes the theatrical show “Doppio Taglio”, broadcast tomorrow at 3.50 pm on Rai 5. Born from the meeting between Marina Senesi and Cristina Gamberi, with the TV direction by Daniela Vismara and the original music by Tanita Tikaram, the show tackles the theme with a transversal gaze: it is not the story of the victim, nor that of a witness, much less of the perpetrator, but it is the unveiling of some mechanisms that act through which the media narrative can shape our perception of the fact, transforming even the most sincere condemnation into a double-edged sword. Marina Senesi is an actress-author who has always stood out for her ability to merge the strength of commitment and the play of irony into a single figure. Cristina Gamberi is a researcher and essayist; with the Alice Project you are the creator of training courses in schools on gender education. Their meeting gave rise to the idea of re-adapting an academic research for the stage, deconstructing the lexical and iconographic structure of the articles circulated in the press and on the web. All elaborated in a simple and immediate narration, capable of involving and surprising. The show was recorded in the Rai Studios in Milan in September 2021 and is enriched by the off-screen voices of Filippo Solibello and Marco Ardemagni, unmistakable hosts of the Radio 2 morning program “Caterpillar Am”.
The Biennale Musica 2022 awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to the composer Giorgio Battistelli and the opening of the international festival was “Jules Verne”, a work which, 37 years ago, consecrated his work even beyond the Alps. Battistelli also tries his hand at directing and the interpreters are the three musicians-performers of Ars Ludi. A show told by “Prima della Prima”, broadcast tomorrow at 21.15 on Rai 5.