Che tempo che fa
|Che tempo che fa|
|Presented by||Fabio Fazio|
|Country of origin||Italy|
|No. of seasons||15|
|Executive producers||Enrico Rimoldi (2003-06)|
Duccio Forzano (2006-16)
|Production location||Milan's Rai studios|
|Running time||75 minutes|
|Original network||Rai 3 (2002-17; since 2020)|
Rai 1 (2017-19)
Rai 2 (2019-20)
|Picture format||16:9 HDTV|
|Original release||September 13, 2003 –|
It has been broadcast live on Saturdays and Sundays on the Italian TV since 2003.
The show has been aired since 13 September 2003 on Rai 3 up to 4 June 2017. On 24 September 2017 it moved to Rai 1, until 2 June 2019. On 29 September 2019 the show moved to Rai 2, and in September 2020 it will be back on Rai 3.
Che tempo che fa is a one-to-one talk show with guests every weekend night. Current events, political, economic, sporting, musical, literary, cinematic, scientific, nature and environmental issues of topical interest are discussed. Fabio Fazio's feature is having friendly conversations rather than formal interviews.
During its permanence on Rai 3 its prime-time share was of 15%, with an audience of 3,500,000 people, which raised up to 21% (around 5,000,000 people) with its first venue on Rai 1.
- Italy: Be Fluent in Italian Life and Culture, Andrew Whittaker, page 219; Thorogood Publishing, year 2010, see Google books
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