9.00 / 24 Hours Channel
Special Pride LGTBI +
The Canal 24 Horas will offer this Saturday a special program dedicated to the Pride and to the central act of these celebrations in Madrid, the manifestation that will tour the center of Madrid, between the Atocha station and the Plaza de Colón and to which it will dedicate a wide coverage to throughout the afternoon. The 1 will also offer a breakthrough once this parade of floats, which will last until after midnight, with the reading of a manifesto of a celebration this year as a motto Not a step back and that also commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the starting point of the LGTBI Pride vindication. With this broadcast, a special program that RTVE has been dedicating in the last week to the celebration of the Pride, with documentaries, films and specials in its programming concludes.
11.40 / Teleport and Eurosport
Brussels, starting point of the 2019 Tour
The Tour de France 2019 starts in Brussels in an edition, the 106th, which will be one of the most open in recent years by the absence of Chris Froome. Geraint Thomas, current champion, will defend the title against the Colombian Nairo Quintana, the Italian Vicenzo Nibali or the Danish Jakob Fuglsang, some of the main contenders maillot yellow of a round that will travel 3,460 kilometers and in which there will be no shortage of Spanish runners such as Mikel Landa, Enric Mas or Alejandro Valverde.
12.00 / The 1
Chupinazo from Pamplona
RTVE is committed to technological innovation so that viewers can experience the Sanfermines as if they were in Pamplona. From July 6 to July 14, Javier Solano and Elena S. Sánchez will be in charge of a special program that will feature 29 cameras, everything that happens in the daily running of the bulls. The first date, the traditional chupinazo that marks the beginning of these popular parties. which marks the beginning of these popular fiestas. Starting tomorrow starts Vive San Fermín, with all the live running, reports, interviews and the summary of the run of the previous day. The enclosures are a traditional appointment for the spectators. Also they were it in 2018, the eight encierros registered an average of more than 1.6 million spectators (1.618.000), a 68% of quota of screen) in its emission in the 1 and Channel 24 Hours, 3 tenths more than in 2017
21.20 / The Sixth
The news in 'laSexta noche'
This Saturday, Iñaki López and Andrea Ropero receive on the set of laSexta noche to Susana Díaz and Iñigo Errejón. With the investiture of Pedro Sánchez in the air, with the search for a government of cooperation or coalition, with the concern of new elections in November and with the new and more uncertain political situation of this century, the program will try to contribute light to the future by interviewing two key characters such as the Andalusian ex-president and the candidate of Más Madrid a la Comunidad Madrileña. In addition, on the day of the manifestation of the LGTBI + Pride, the program will be pending the last hour and will make connections during the night to check the atmosphere that is lived in the streets of Madrid, with more than one surprise included.
21.30 / La 1
Complicated equilibria in 'Weekly report'
A team of Weekly report has followed the complicated negotiations to renew the leadership of European power and the constitution of the new parliament in Strasbourg. For the first time, the two major traditional blocs – popular and socialist – do not add up to an absolute majority in a chamber more fragmented than ever, with a quarter of eurosceptics. The program has also been in two border towns, one French and one German, where they govern opposing emerging parties. Faced with two world wars in the past, they are the example of a Europe that managed to reconcile itself and that now faces in a different way the rise of extremism and nationalism.
22.00 / The 1
A bullfighting couple in 'Children's game'
Couple duel this week in Child's play. Manuel Díaz 'El Cordobés' and Virginia Troconis will face, for a good cause, the tests proposed by the program presented by Xavier Sardá to add Gallifantes. And between proof and test, Juan Carlos Ortega, who, with his special and ironic vision, will analyze episodes starring the children who have collected the cameras. In a duel the guests will try to decipher the particular childish definitions; and, later, in 'And now what', they will have to intuit the reactions of the smallest to certain situations. In the decisive test, the couple comes face to face to a duel of lies related to experiences of their childhood in the section 'Game of trolas'. The winner will choose the Gallifantazo challenge.
22.00 / DMAX
On March 11, 2011, the world was shaken by one of the most serious nuclear disasters recorded next to the one in Chernobyl in 1986. A great earthquake on the east coast of Japan unleashed a tsunami of such magnitude that it flooded the Fukushima nuclear power plant, causing the collapse of several reactors and forcing more than 150,000 people to evacuate. An achievement of tragedies that made Japan the center of global media attention and whose effects continue to suffer eight years later. DMAX returns to the scene of the disaster with a special night that includes the broadcast of the documentary Fukushima after the disaster and special deliveries of Out of control and Red Code.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
The Pianist. United Kingdom-France-Poland-Germany, 2002 (145 minutes). Director: Roman Polanski. Performers: Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann.
A long list of prestigious awards – Gold in Cannes, best European film in the Goya and three deserved Oscar (direction, adapted screenplay and main actor) – endorse the undeniable quality of this attractive film, in which the controversial Roman Polanski addresses his most personal film so far, a competent and careful adaptation of the book The pianist of the Warsaw ghetto. From the true story of Wladyslaw Szpilman (a brilliant Polish pianist of Jewish origin who lived with his family in the dark ghetto of Warsaw), the Polish director shows a thrilling reflection on life that had a great ally, the actor Adrien Brody, in an intense and grateful role (he was worth a Hollywood statuette), giving life to that man who lived the horror of the Holocaust. A really moving story.
22.30 / Odyssey
Odyssey issues the special 'The conquest of the Moon'
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the arrival of man on the Moon, Odyssey premieres a special that will be broadcast every Saturday in July. Composed of documentaries The battle for the Moon: from Sputnik to Apollo, Moon Wars Y The Moon: Path to the universe, this work makes a complete analysis on one of the most famous landmarks of humanity. This programming starts with The battle for the Moon: From Sputnik to Apollo, a documentary series composed of two episodes (today next Saturday) that goes back to July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong is about to realize one of the greatest dreams of humanity before the astonished gaze of six hundred million viewers.
23.45 / The 1
'The man who whispered to horses'
The Horse Whisperer. USA, 1998 (162 minutes). Director: Robert Redford. Performers: Robert Redford, Kristin Scott Thomas.
A horse whisperer is a person who communicates with animals and has the ability to heal their wounds. The veteran Robert Redford directs, produces and interprets this romantic drama in which one of these whisperer, in his purpose of curing a horse, owned by a young woman closely linked to the animal, initiates an intense relationship with the mother. Good interpretations and careful guidance for an exciting adaptation of the best seller by Nicholas Evans.
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