What to see on TV today? | Thursday, February 7, 2019 | TV
21.00 / The 1
Betis and Valencia seek the Cup
After the classic of yesterday, Betis and Valencia will look tonight to take the first step for a position in the final of the Villamarín, which will be played in Betic fief on May 25. Both teams face the match after reaping good results in LaLiga against the first two classified, the Andalusians, with a victory for the minimum against Atlético de Madrid, and Valencia, with a draw at the Camp Nou.
22.30 / The Sixth
An informative tour for 1993
While in Spain the Xacobeo year was celebrated and adapted to a new invention called Internet, in Bosnia the war broke out. Until 1993, Ana Pastor and her Where were you then? A year that began with a news that paralyzed the country: the appearance of the bodies of three young people in Alcàsser. The Captain of the Civil Guard José Manuel Hidalgo will explain in the program how was the investigation that he lived in the first person.
22.40 / Antenna 3
New obstacles, in 'Manifest'
The intrigue rises in Manifest con two new installments of this American series created by Jeff Rake and produced by Robert Zemeckis. In this chapter, Ben and Michaela try everything to save the other missing passengers, but the mission is not going well. In addition, the new calls that Michaela suffers are accompanied by hallucinations. Ben investigates what he is feeling, a situation that will lead him to a new ally, but also to a new adversary.
22.45 / La 1
'Oceans of fire (Hidalgo)'
Gentleman. United States, 2004 (121 minutes). Director: Joe Johnston. Performers: Viggo Mortensen, Zuleikha Robinson, Omar Sharif.
After directing films as commercial as Jumanji Y Jurassic Park III, the filmmaker Joe Johnston gets into the adventure cinema to direct this epic film set in exotic landscapes. The script is based on the true story of Frank T. Hopkins, one of the greatest riders of the American West who, in search of redemption, became a legend when he faced the best Arabian horses and riders. At the head of the cast, the always effective Viggo Mortensen.
22.50 / Four
A look at the immediate future
After 200 investigations, more than 1,000 hours of recording and reporting all over the world, In the spotlight reaches with this delivery 100 issues and celebrates it with a special dedicated to the future, a journey through the scientific and social advances of a future that has already begun to materialize in some areas of the planet, such as the Sonoran Desert, in Arizona, one of the only three cemeteries in the world in which there is an icy necropolis (cryogenization).
23.40 / La 2
Searching for life, in 'Chronicles'
Behind the term MENA (unaccompanied minor alien) there are thousands of children, especially Maghrebis and Sub-Saharan Africans, who risk their lives to arrive in Spain in a boat or hidden in the bottom of a truck. They live in juvenile centers until they reach the age of majority, then they stay on the street. Chronicles premieres the report '18 years and 1 day 'in which it shows how young people protected by the State have to leave juvenile centers and seek life.