MILAN – What to see on TV tonight
It is not always easy to approach television without harboring prejudices about it, but in the vast offer of the weekly schedule there are programs and broadcasts that are really interesting for us booklovers. We offer you this new column dedicated to TV, in which we will recommend the most beautiful programs, films and TV series of the week. Monday Commissioner Montalbano , at 21.25 on Rai 1
The weekly appointment of the Rai event series, which stages the novels and short stories of the great Andrea Cammilleri. “Agatha Christie” turning point , at 9.15 pm on Rai 5
Documentary series, Turning Point Tonight will talk about Agatha Christie, between the places of her life and the pages of her detective novels, with interventions by interesting guests including the writer Marco Malvaldi and the critic Mariarosa Mancuso. Tuesday Wonders, The peninsula of treasures , at 21.25 on Rai1
Alberto Angela is a master in fascinating and telling past stories. This time he will make us make the journey from Parma to the Val di Noto, passing through the Frasassi Caves. Love Stories , at 9.15 pm on SkyArte
The Love Stories series will make you passionate about the great Hollywood love stories, the relationships and bonds immortalized by history, lived in the international spotlight and followed with bated breath by hosts of fans. Tonight we will talk about Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn, and Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor. Sherlock – The Abominable Bride , at 9.30 pm on Spike
The film starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman and inspired by the adventures of the character of Sherlock Holmes, in particular the story The Ceremonial of Musgrave by Arthur Conan Doyle, drags us into Victorian London and immerses us in the genius of the characters. Stardust , at 9.00 pm on Cinema Family
Freely based on the homonymnovel by Neil Gaiman, the film tells the adventures of Tristan a young man willing to do anything to make the beautiful Victoria fall in love with him, even bring her a star. Wednesday Autumn in New York , at 9.10 pm, on Rai Movie
The love story between the mature Will (Richard Gere) and the young and sensitive Charlotte (Winona Ryder), in an autumnal and very romantic New York… Readers Young , at 9.10 pm , on LaEffe
A television format in which sixty young people tell the books that changed their lives … The truth about the Harry Quebert case , at 9.15 pm, on Sky Atlantic
The truth about the Harry Quebert case and the series directed by Jean Jacques Annaud, director of The Name of the Rose and Seven Years in Tibet, based on the novel of the same name by Joel Dicker. Patrick Dempsey plays world-renowned writer and professor Harry Quebert indicted for murder. What people will say , at 9.15 pm on Sky cinema 2
What will people say and the story of Nisha, a young Pakistani girl, living in Oslo, who is forced to leave Norway. It is the story of the emancipation of a Pakistani woman. Thursday Almost friends , at 21.20, on Canale 5
A surprising story of friendship that will make you laugh and move, making you reflect on the depth of feeling and on how even two very distant people can become friends, in a wonderful Paris. Inferno , at 9.30 pm, on Tv8
Taken from the book by Dan Brown, starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones, Inferno makes us live the story of Professor Langdon, an expert Dante scholar, struggling with a mad criminal who wants to spread, starting from Florence, a worldwide epidemic. The Recliners , at 9.00 pm on Sky Comedy
The Recliners stages the problems of the relationship between fathers and children, due to the clash between generations and different ways of thinking. Claudio Bisio and Gaddo Bacchini play FridayMarley and I , at 9.30 pm on Tv8
If you are a lover of dogs and animals in general, you cannot fail to know this exciting film that faithfully explains what love and friendship between men and dogs is. Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson live with a playful and exuberant Labrador, but one that will bring them closer, accompanying them in their life. It is based on the book Marley and I , by John Grogan. Gomorrah , at 9.15 pm on Sky Atlantic
The highly successful event series inspired by Saviano’s Gomorrah is now in its fourth season, intriguing its fans more and more with the stories of criminal Camorra of Naples.

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