8.00 / La 1 and La Sexta
Once again, TVE will deploy a broad technical and human team to broadcast one of the TV events of the year: the traditional Christmas lottery draw, which will feature the comments of Sandra Daviú and Blanca Benlloch. He will also be a direct witness, for the first time, La Sexta. The journalists of laSexta News Luis Sanabria and Yerma Ruano will be in charge of giving voice to the narration.
15.35 / TCM
Belle de jour
Fr., 1967 (96 m.). Dir .: Luis Buñuel. Int .: Catherine Deneuve, Jean Sorel, Geneviève Page, Francisco Rabal, George Marchaud.
A woman of high social class decides to work in a brothel to combat her alleged frigidity, in this wonderful film, directed by a Buñuel who, if at first he did not seem the most appropriate director, managed to impregnate her with all his particular cinematographic constants. Surrealism, humor and criticism for a production that won the Golden Lion of the Venice Festival. As a curiosity, Luis Buñuel appears twice in this film, sitting in the restaurant of the Grande Cascade and walking through the Champs Elysees. Essential.
17.20 / The 1
Real Madrid looks for its third mundialito
Real Madrid faces this afternoon the last obstacle in its fight to reach its third consecutive Club World Cup. The team that commands Solari, which comes from beating Kashima in the semifinals by a convincing 3-1, will face Al Ain, the surprising host team that already eliminated River Plate unexpectedly after a goalless extension that was resolved in the national lottery. the penalties. The locals are the big favorites.
21.30 / The Sixth
'laSexta noche' looks at Catalonia
Are we closer or further away from reaching a solution in Catalonia? After the meeting between Pedro Sánchez and Joaquim Torra and the holding of the Council of Ministers in Barcelona, laSexta noche will discuss with your guests about the possible solutions to this crisis. In addition, he will interview the lawyer and fighter for equality Cristina Almeida, who will analyze from her particular point of view the main social and political conflicts that concern the Spanish citizenship.
21.30 / The 1
The news, in 'Weekly Report'
Tonight, Weekly Report will follow the investigation of the murder of the young teacher Laura Luelmo and will interview political leaders, women's organizations and social spokespersons on this case. In addition, he will talk about the meeting of the Council of Ministers held this Friday in Barcelona and the rise of the musical on Spanish stages, currently with titles such as West Side Story, The doctor or The Lion King.
22.00 / # 0
'Songs that changed the world'
Zahara visits Leonor Watling and Alejandro Pelayo (Marlango) in this third installment, 'Respect', of Songs that changed the world to remember and sing some of the themes that have accompanied and encouraged the struggle for the equality of women's rights, as Respect, You do not Own Me or certain songs by Mari Trini and Chavela Vargas. Well-known artists (Alaska or Christina Rosenvinge) and women like Marisol Galdón or Elvira Mínguez help to review the history of feminism.