RAI changes its programming schedule: more culture and a special for Schools

RAI has taken up Minister Franceschini's call and is changing its programming schedules to offer more art, music, theater and cinema.

RAI accepts the appeal of MiBACT Minister Dario Franceschini to TVs to program music, theater, cinema, and art in order to get culture into homes during this period of emergency in which cinemas, theaters, concerts, and museums are closed throughout Italy, and changes its programming schedules.

Starting today, Rai3 offers I grandi della letteratura italiana (The Greats of Italian Literature), hosted by Edoardo Camurri, who will talk about the great protagonists of literature, starting with Ariosto and Boccaccio and continuing with Petrarch and many others.

Rai5 offers more and more music and theater, as well as art. In particular, with Art Night, hosted by Alessio Aversa, we will go from painting to sculpture, photography to architecture, and contemporary art to discover famous artists. On March 20, the documentary Raphael. Myth and Modernity for the five hundredth anniversary of his death.

From Monday to Friday, Rai Storia broadcasts Viva la Storia: 24 episodes built with and for students with the help of historians and experts. Also, documentaries introduced by Professor Alessandro Barbero, programs on the great conflicts of the twentieth century, and finally a series dedicated to the Second Twentieth Century in Italy.

In addition, Rai Cultura provides Italian schools with useful resources as support tools for teaching, study and research, divided by subject. Scuola 2020, as the special is called, includes art, history, science, literature, economics, music, English language and literature, mathematics, philosophy, the Italian constitution, and the digital world. More than 1,000 videos to learn about and explore.

All programs can be reviewed on RaiPlay.it. Until April 3, RaiPlay allows access to all content without a registration requirement.

RAI changes its programming schedule: more culture and a special for Schools
RAI changes its programming schedule: more culture and a special for Schools

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