Tonight in Venice with Alberto Angela. Rai, to all the privilege of experiencing a unique city in the world


Rai has decided to re-run Alberto Angela's program Tonight in Venice this evening to "give everyone the privilege of experiencing a unique city in the world."

Tonight, Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in prime time on Rai1 at 9:15 p.m. one of Alberto Angela ’s journeys through the cities of Italy will be revived: Stanotte a Venezia. The well-known anchorman will accompany viewers among calli and campielli in nocturnal Venice. Over the centuries, the city has been the scene of art, love affairs, intrigue and trade, traversed by characters, such as Goldoni, Vivaldi, Marco Polo and Casanova. It will also be a journey among famous artistic masterpieces, such as Giorgione ’s Tempest or Leonardo’sVitruvian Man, as well as among precious marbles and mosaics.

One will discover how the doge was elected, how a gondola or the sturdy galleys destined to ensure Venice’s dominance of the seas were built, or how Canaletto painted his views or how Tintoretto made his immense canvases. And again, what the uniqueness of Murano glass consists of.

The large production is enriched by exceptional guests, such as Giancarlo Giannini, Uto Ughi, Lino Guanciale, Giusi Buscemi, Luca Parmitano, Nanà Cecchi and Massimo Wertmuller; it makes use of 4K HDR technology, spectacular drone shots, special effects, mini-fiction. The Stanotte al Museo cycle is a program directed by Gabriele Cipollitti and produced entirely by Rai.

Rai decided to re-release the program to “give everyone the privilege of experiencing the magic of a unique city in the world.”

Alberto Angela told Adnkronos, “In this moment, culture unites so much, it can be a means to unite even more the country that has shown in these days and weeks a great compactness.”

Tonight in Venice with Alberto Angela. Rai, to all the privilege of experiencing a unique city in the world
Tonight in Venice with Alberto Angela. Rai, to all the privilege of experiencing a unique city in the world


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