"Among the first guests Matteo Garrone, who made a beautiful film that Italy has nominated for an Oscar and to whom our good luck goes dutiful hoping to enter the pool that will be chosen, we will also have Pedro Almodovar, but also Filippo Timi, Corrado Augias, Anna Galiena to name a few. For a more ironic key we welcome comedians, coming from various worlds. The first is Francesco Paolantoni. I really like the idea of creating a place where everyone can express themselves. We don't pretend to explain the world." Serena Bortone returns to TV every weekend with a new program Chesarà that debuts Saturday 23 September at 20.15 and Sunday 24 at 20.00 on Rai 3 and during the presentation in Viale Mazzini with at his side the director of Insights Rai Paolo Corsini announced some guests. A double weekend appointment to reflect and analyze contemporaneity. "Chesarà - aims to be a welcoming program", never dogmatic, open and curious - always starts from current events and focuses on the emotions, certainties and uncertainties that characterize our time. A space for reflection and reasoning on contemporaneity. We will have a mentor who opens the Saturday episode every week, as well as thinkers that we will call Koiné, a Greek word that means common language, plurality and diversity I think are a value but to be able to enrich each other we need a fabric of words that makes us understand the other. Obviously there will be interviews with both national and international guests." Corsini: "When I evaluated the schedules, I thought of a professionalism able to offer a product in line with Rai 3. I have respected and known Bortone for a long time, who with his kind manner and his journalistic competence comments on what happened during the week and what could happen next. Chesarà is a story consistent with the seriousness and verve of the conductor". Bortone immediately dampens any controversy, in the press conference of Chesarà, and also answers questions about the change of network: "Rai has decided to give me this new time slot. I, as a soldier of the State TV, do what the company asks me". Bortone is asked if he feels the Mara Venier of the future. The presenter: "But for heaven's sake! I feel like myself." On the possible presence of political guests: "Why not? We'll see along the way, after all we are called Chesarà". Paolo Corsini on the desire to replace Che tempo che fa with Chesarà that takes the slot access on Sunday to then give the line to Report lying on Saturday the place vacated by Massimo Gramellini: "He could be taken as a model, but also not. We cater not only to that audience." Bortone: "I use words that try to represent everyone. In my programs I have always had contents based on a value plan that should not only be mine, but of the whole of Italy. I believe it is a duty to represent every aspect of reality. This is what the Constitution says and, in this, I feel perfectly at ease". In an interconnected and constantly evolving world, "reasoning about the present involves culture, politics, music, society, along the various means, both traditional and innovative, with which we relate to a sometimes confused everyday life". Together with Serena Bortone, in each episode a team of characters reflects on the present to imagineAnd, together, the future. Everyone offers their own point of view and vision, in a studio that recalls a non-place, a large scenic space crossed by the signs of art. Each episode will also start from the emotion that dominated the week with the guidance of an exceptional mentor. Space will also be given to the great face-to-face interviews, a trademark for the presenter, with the protagonists and protagonists of culture, society, politics and communication, Italian and international, while the moments of satire and comedy will be entrusted to the most disruptive names on the Italian scene.
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