Here are the programs broadcast on TV tonight, Saturday 4 March 2023, on various channels. On Raiuno, at 21.25, the third edition of the talent show The Voice Kids arrives, hosted by the brilliant Antonella Clerici. This year, the young talents aged between 7 and 14 perform in front of coaches Loredana Bertè, Gigi D’Alessio, Clementino and the Ricchi e Poveri. Two unmissable episodes scheduled!
On Raitre, at 21.45, the documentary Sapiens, one planet. Mario Tozzi goes to the Canary Islands to explore the theme of the great explorers and talk about their importance for scientific research. An interesting and original look that will leave you speechless.
On Rai 5, at 21.15, evening of prose: Pain under lock and key – Sik-Sik, the magic creator. Carlo Cecchi directs the diptych composed of two one-act plays by Eduardo De Filippo: “Pain under lock and key” and “Sik-Sik”. In the cast, we find very talented actors such as Angelica Ippolito, Vincenzo Ferrera and Dario Iubatti.
Moving on to Mediaset programmes, at 21.20 on Canale 5, the famous program by Maria De Filippi, You’ve Got Mail, is on the air. Between the stories of the protagonists and the exciting surprises, the great guests such as Charlize Theron and Renato Zero will leave everyone speechless.
On Tv8, at 21.30, Formula One enthusiasts will be able to follow the qualifying rounds of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Dutch Max Verstappen on Red Bull is preparing for the first race of the 2023 World Championship, which will finish on November 26 after 23 races.
Finally, on Real Time, at 21.40, we watch the docu-reality Dr Pimple Popper: Doctor Schiacciarufoli. Sandra Lee takes care of two patients with particular skin problems: Brittany, with cocoons all over her body, and Tamyra, with thick skin. A program that not everyone will be able to watch but that could be interesting for medicine enthusiasts.
Here are the films of tonight, Saturday 4 March 2023:
Rai 4 will broadcast the 2019 action film, “Wolf Call – Threat on the high seas”, directed by Antonin Baudry and starring Francois Civil at 21.20. The film follows Chanteraide, a sonar operator on a French submarine, who finds himself putting the crew at risk after making a mistake. He will then try to remedy the situation.
At 21.25, Rete 4 will show the 1981 comedy, “Whoever finds a friend finds a treasure”, directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. The plot follows the adventures of Charlie O’Brian (Bud Spencer), a jam seller who travels by boat from port to port. His life becomes complicated when he discovers that he has a stowaway named Alan (Terence Hill) on board, who is being chased by the assassins of a criminal. Things get even more complicated when the two are shipwrecked.
Italia 1 will broadcast at 21.20 the fantastic film of 2016, “The huntsman and the ice queen”, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan and starring Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron. The plot follows the story of Freya (Emily Blunt), transformed into the ice queen after being betrayed by her sister Ravenna (Charlize Theron). In her realm, Freya banishes love, but the hunter Eric (Chris Hemsworth) does not intend to give up her beloved Sara. The film is the prequel to “Snow White and the Ice Queen”.
At 21.15 La7 will screen the 1998 adventure film, “The Iron Mask”, directed by Randall Wallace and starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The plot is set in 17th century France, where King Louis XIV keeps his twin brother in chains in the Bastille with a mask that hides his face. But soon…
Nine will broadcast on Cine34 at 21.15 the 1965 western film, “For a few dollars more”, directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood. The bounty hunter known as “the one-armed” hunts down a Mexican bandit nicknamed “Indio”, who has just escaped from prison. But he’s not the only one who wants to catch him.
Finally, Cine34 will present at 21.15 the drama film of 2019, “La paranza dei bambini”, directed by Claudio Giovannesi and starring Francesco Di Napoli. The plot follows some 15-year-olds from the Rione Sanità of Naples, including Nicola, who make their way onto the city’s crime scene. They will learn the fine line between good and evil the hard way.