What to see on TV today? | Saturday, October 13, 2018 | TV
20.30 / Four
League of Nations: Holland-Germany
From the Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, live broadcast of the meeting of the League of Nations that faces two classics of European football, Holland and Germany. Both teams will seek victory after the team led by the ex-Ronald Koeman lost to France (2-1) and the Bavarian team did not go past the goalless draw against the current world champions.
21.30 / The 1, 21.30
'Inform weekly 'travels to Mallorca
Weekly report interview in this new delivery to affected and experts to analyze how the flood that has cost life in Mallorca at least 12 people. In addition, the information space led by Pilar García Muñiz moves to Brazil to take the pulse of a country that will live the second round of elections on October 28 and, finally, will give voice to some of the protagonists of the new theatrical season in Spain.
22.00 / DMAX
One hundredhistory and history in 'Big History'
Immersed in the day to day, the origin of everything that surrounds us or the meaning of behaviors or different evolutions of society are rarely questioned. One thinks of the now without noticing that many of these things are closely related to relevant historical facts. Big History delve into this terrain to show how everyday life can be explained through history and from a scientific perspective. Among the most curious connections are the current mobile phones. After the collapse of Titanic Due to connection failures that occurred in the rescue requests of the ship through the telegraph, scientists worked hard to find a new system that is none other than the radio waves used by mobiles. In addition, the Big Bang also has something to say about these devices since their explosion gave rise to an element such as tantalum that is used in a small part in the manufacture of these phones.
22.30 / Sundance TV
'Once upon a Time in America'
Once upon a time in America. United States, 1983 (217 minutes). Director: Sergio Leone. Performers: Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, James Woods.
Sergio Leone closed his American trilogy, which began with Get down, damn and continued with Until his time came. More than a film of gangsters in the style of black cinema, this production - of almost four hours of footage and inspired by Harry Greyes's novel The hoods- It is a deep look at time, its passage and its consequences. Good performers for a film of essential revision.
23.40 / The 2
Revolution sexual in 'The thematic night'
The sexual revolution has redefined societies. From the pill to the feminist struggle, from the relaxation of censorship to the introduction of sex education in schools. Abandoned by the generation of baby boom, transformed man-woman relationships and permanently liberated morality. To talk about the theme, this installment of La noche tematica premieres two documentaries of French production. In the first, 'The right to pleasure', it is shown how the publication in 1948 of the Kinsey report, the first revolutionary study on sexual behavior, marked a turning point. For the first time, a scientific study analyzed the sexual behavior of American men without taboos or censure. In it, sexual practices were scientifically described and quantified. In the second work of the night, 'Reinventing love', reveals how in the decades of the sixties and seventies the sexual revolution took a more social and legalistic turn. It was not only about changing consciences and morals, but also about transforming laws to achieve greater equality.
0.25 / Antenna 3
'Thelma and Louise'
Thelma and Louise. United States, 1991 (124 minutes). Director: Ridley Scott. Intérprtetes: Susan Sarandon, Geena Davis, Harvey Keitel.
Ridley Scott did one of his great works in this very interesting road movie, that narrates the adventure of two women tired of their routine lives. Dynamic protagonists (Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis), excellent photography and a script full of possibilities for a film that has already become a classic.