Mixer    Twenty Years of Television

Mixer Twenty Years of Television

Valentino, Laura Biagiotti and Krizia, Eugenio Scalfari and Indro Montanelli, Maurizio Costanzo, Angelo Rizzoli, David Bowie, Franca Valeri, Massimo Troisi, Carlo Verdone, Diego Abatantuono. They are the main protagonists of the second episode of “Mixer – Twenty Years of Television”, which will be broadcast on Rai 3 late at night on Thursday 19 January and on Rai Storia in prime time on Wednesday 25 January, in which Giovanni Minoli tells the story of his current magazine that marked an era, focuses on the year 1981.
A historic period in which the P2 scandal erupted: to address the issue, face-to-face meetings are again proposed with Maurizio Costanzo, Angelo Rizzoli and Eugenio Scalfari, founder of La Repubblica, who also comments on the role of journalism, as does Indro Montanelli, who also deals with the subject of fascism and the attack suffered in 1977. A close Q&A follows between Minoli and the anarchist Pietro Valpreda and finally with one of the great protagonists of Italian fashion, Valentino, on charm, seduction and women’s fashion. And designer fashion for women is also the focus of a costume service by Pia Soli, with encounters with the queens of Italian style Laura Biagiotti and Krizia. A service by Marcella Emiliani about the nuclear nightmare and the uranium trade with the exploitation of Namibia and its rich mines enriches the view of society.
The section dedicated to entertainment is rich: in the lineup an unfiltered interview by Daniele Doglio with David Bowie on his coming out and in the studio by Isabella Rossellini with Franca Valeri and the new comedians Massimo Troisi, Carlo Verdone and Diego Abatantuono .
The episode ends with Paolo Villaggio in the role of trade unionist Gemma Pontini, always on the front lines for women’s, wives’ and workers’ rights.