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What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019 | TV

20.00 / The 2

Appeal letters in 'Letters in time'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

This week, Letters in time focuses on the letters of appeal, one of the historical purposes of a missive. Two examples of early 20th century make up this chapter, 'Letters of supplication'. In the Leganés Asylum archive dozens of letters written by inmates in their medical records have been found. They ask that they be released, that they visit them and that they send them basic needs that are often not covered. One of them, that of Ernesto, a 59-year-old man diagnosed with megalomaniacal delirium, offers the opportunity to get to know this center from his perspective and understand his illness as he writes it. The actor Gonzalo Cunill plays Ernesto and in the program Olga Villasante, doctor in Psychiatry and co-author of the book Letters intervene from the asylum; Ruth Candela, psychiatrist and co-author of the book, and Verónica Sierra, professor of History of Written Culture at the University of Alcalá.

21.45 / Antenna 3

'El Hormiguero' closes another season

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

With 13 years of history, El hormiguero remains the most watched daily option on television. The space produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with 7 y Acción closes tonight another season and remains the absolute leader of its band. With Álvaro Morte and Úrsula Coberó, who will talk about the new season of La casa de papel, it broadcasts its last program of the season tonight and confirms that it is in top form. The program captained by Pablo Motos closes the course with a 14.4% share of the screen and an average of 2,561,000 viewers, making it the most watched daily television show. Beyond the data reached this course, the program gets this season a historical mark: it has been five years as the absolute leader of its band. El hormiguero is the favorite choice of all viewers under 65, reaching its best result among young people with a 16.7% average screen share.

22.00 / La 2

'Twelve men without mercy'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Twelve angry men. United States, 1957 (92 minutes). Director: Sidney Lumet. Performers: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam.

Based on the work of Bernard Rose, this intense and magnificent film recreates the struggle of a man to convince the rest of the jury of the innocence of the accused. Despite the theatrical air of the story, the film stands out for its masterful dialogues and interpretations and the exquisite direction by Sidney Lumet (Afternoon of dogs).

22.05 / AXN

Third season of 'Einstein'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

AXN premieres with a double episode the third season of Einstein, a funny production of German origin starring actor Tom Beck (Cobra Alert), giving life to a young descendant of Albert Einstein who, like his ancestor, is a true genius and demonstrates it every day in the university where he teaches physics. The new season begins with a double episode entitled 'Radioactive fallout'. On this occasion the countdown is activated for the criminal police of Bochum. Tremmel has 72 hours to prevent a nuclear disaster. Regina Klevens threatens to detonate a bomb if AKM does not publicly confess a mistake of the past.

22.30 / The Sixth

Are you going to eat it? go out to eat

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

What happens to Alberto Chicote when he asks for paella in three terraces of the 3 most visited cities in Spain? His surprising experience in Madrid, Seville and Barcelona allows the chef to show what many foreign and also national tourists eat in our country. This week, Are you going to eat it? dismisses his second season with Alberto Chicote's analysis of the food that tourists ingest in our country. Tourism is the great economic engine of Spain, in 2018 the sector beat record in our country with 82.6 million foreign tourists. The Spanish cuisine is one of the great claims when choosing Spain as a tourist destination since it is considered one of the best in the world. But what do tourists eat in Spain? What are we offering? What image does the tourist take from our kitchen? Chicote searches for the answers in this program and for this he becomes a tourist tonight.

22. 30 / Neox

'Modern Family' lives the week of Pride

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Neox and Modern Family They live next to the spectators the week of Pride 2019. Tonight, the channel will broadcast a selection of special chapters of the Tucker-Pritchett-Dunphy and the rest of the characters throughout these seasons. Under 'Modern Family: What Pride!' You can enjoy the following episodes: 'Moving Day', 'New Year's Eve', 'Come on, Frog!', 'Eyes that are gay, heart that does feel', 'The long honeymoon ',' Fifteen percent ',' Escolarizado ',' Cita misteriosa '.

22.40 / Antenna 3

First season of 'Big Little Lies'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Scott and Zoë Kravitz lead the cast of Big Little Lies, HBO production based on the novel by Liane Moriarty and that tells the story of three mothers from Monterrey whose apparently perfect lives take a complete turn when involved in a murder perpetrated at a charity party in this town in northern California.

22.40 / La 1

'Blood ties', with Baroness Thyssen

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

The second season of Blood ties will offer viewers unknown details of the life of eight famous sagas: the Thyssen, the Obregon family, the Martinez de Irujo, the Salazar, the Preysler, the Larrañaga Merlo family, Marisol and the Pantoja. The Thyssen form part of the artistic and social life of Spain. Carmen Cervera opens the doors of her mansion, More mornings, to let see what difference there is between Carmen and Tita.

22.45 / Cuatro and Telecinco

Elvira's body disappears in 'Ladies of the (h) AMPA'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Where is Elvira's body? This is the question that the protagonists will ask themselves when they discover that the corpse has disappeared from the place where they had buried it, in this new chapter of Ladies of (h) AMPA. In this episode, Mayte, Lourdes, Amparo and Virginia return to the farm where they buried Elvira to move the corpse and prevent the police from locating him. However, they discover with concern that the body has disappeared. As if this were not enough, they find another surprise: Remedios, the mother-in-law of Lourdes (debutante character played by actress Carmen Balagué), is spending a season on the farm, making the search tasks even more complicated. On the other hand, Curro, the handsome professor of physical education at the school, invites Mayte to dinner. However, what seemed like a romantic date ends up becoming a very uncomfortable situation for her.

22.50 / Four

Doctors 'Out of coverage'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

The cuts in Health in the wake of the crisis have generated a new phenomenon: that of doctors who combine their employment in Spain with the realization of guards in another country, leaving their homes and their families to gain, in a week, more than who get the rest of the month in their jobs. The team of Out of cover, in the report 'Emigrar por horas. The new sanitary exodus', has traveled to Ireland and the United Kingdom with some of these professionals to show this dramatic reality. Alejandra Andrade will travel with doctors from our country to Ireland and the United Kingdom, where they can earn up to 3,600 euros per week

0.35 / The 1

'Spaniards in the world' visit Denmark

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Spanish in the world He travels this week to Denmark, considered one of the happiest countries in the world. They will do it by the hand of five Spaniards who have made the traditional Danish concept theirs hygge, a spirit that encourages you to enjoy the small details and turn life into something relaxed and comfortable. Cristina, one of the reporters of the program, will teach the program team the new urban architecture of the capital Copenhagen. They will meet Alba, a dancer who has been at the Royal Ballet of Denmark for 14 years. With Karin they will tour the city of Aalborg and Lindholm Hoje, the largest Viking cemetery in Scandinavia. Peace will guide you to Grenen the northernmost city of the Jutland peninsula and to Skagen, the point where the Baltic Sea and the North Sea meet. In addition, they will visit the university city of Aarhus and with Carolina they will visit Ribe, the oldest town in Denmark and Billund, the birthplace of the famous Lego world children's game.

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