Domenica in

Domenica in is an Italian Sunday long-running television show broadcast by Rai 1 since 1976. During its history, the title was also spelled as Domenica in... and Dom&Nica in.[1]

Domenica in
Directed byRoberto Croce
Presented byMara Venier
Country of originItaly
Original languageItalian
No. of seasons45
Production
Running time360 min. (1976 − 2009)
290 min. (2009 − 2013)
150 min. (2013 − 2016)
100 min. (2016 − 2017)
180 min. (2017 − 2018)
210 min. (2018 − present)
Release
Original networkRai 1 - Logo 2016.svg
Picture format4:3 Black-and-white (1976 – 1977)
4:3 Color (1977 – 2009)
16:9 Color (2009 − present)
Original release1976 (1976) –
present
Chronology
Preceded byUnknown

The show was originally planned to offer to the Italian audience, affected in those years by a profound austerity, an alternative to the typical Sunday afternoon trips and outings.[1] It has been the first Italian program to go well beyond the standard duration of 2 hours and to have a very long running, about six hours from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.[1][2] A program which is different in its structure from one edition to another, it consists of different segments reserved for entertainment, interviews, sport, games, journalism.[1][3]

EditionsEdit

# Year Presenters
1 1976–1977 Corrado with Dora Moroni and Alexander
2 1977–1978 Corrado with Dora Moroni, Isabella Goldman and Patrizia Giugno
3 1978–1979 Corrado with Fiammetta Flamini, Marina Perzy and Donatella Bianchi
4 1979–1980 Pippo Baudo with Sandra Mondaini and Edy Angelillo
5 1980–1981 Pippo Baudo with Giucas Casella, Ramona Dell'Abate, Barbara d'Urso, Beppe Grillo, Memo Remigi and Gigi Sabani
6 1981–1982 Pippo Baudo with Marcella Bella and Alessandra Mussolini
7 1982–1983 Pippo Baudo
8 1983–1984
9 1984–1985
10 1985–1986 Mino Damato with Elisabetta Gardini, Gina Lollobrigida and Trio Solenghi-Marchesini-Lopez
11 1986–1987 Raffaella Carrà with Pino Caruso, Silvan, Red Ronnie and Alfiero Toppetti
12 1987–1988 Lino Banfi with Toto Cutugno, Paulo Roberto Falcão and Patrizio Vicedomini
13 1988–1989 Marisa Laurito with Roberto D'Agostino, Benedicta Boccoli, Brigitta Boccoli, Lisa Russo, Sandro Mayer and Paolo Occhipinti
14 1989–1990 Edwige Fenech with Pupo, Maurizio Ferrini, Benedicta Boccoli and Brigitta Boccoli
15 1990–1991 Gigi Sabani with Simona Tagli, Ricchi e Poveri, Mario Marenco, Benedicta Boccoli, Brigitta Boccoli, Carmen Russo, Elisa Satta, Le compilation, Paolo Villaggio, Bruno Vespa and Sandro Mayer
16 1991–1992 Pippo Baudo with Raffaella Bergé, Nino Frassica, Simona Ventura, Lolita Morena and Ilaria Moscato
17 1992–1993 Toto Cutugno and Alba Parietti with Jocelyn, Ugo Gregoretti, Giorgio Calabrese and Guglielmo Zucconi
18 1993–1994 Luca Giurato and Mara Venier with Francesca Alotta, Fiordaliso, Monica Vitti and Antonio Mazzi
19 1994–1995 Mara Venier with Antonio Mazzi, Stefano Masciarelli, Giucas Casella, Giampiero Galeazzi, Irene Fargo e Massimo Modugno
20 1995–1996 Mara Venier with Antonio Mazzi, Andrea Roncato, Giampiero Galeazzi, Giucas Casella, Orietta Berti, Jimmy Fontana, Gruppo Arciliuto, Francesco Boccia and Antonella Bucci
21 1996–1997 Mara Venier with Andrea Roncato, Giampiero Galeazzi, Nilla Pizzi, Wilma Goich, Emanuela Aureli, Jimmy Fontana, Antonio Mazzi, Gianni Mazza, Betty Curtis, Rosanna Fratello and Ragazzi Italiani
22 1997–1998 Fabrizio Frizzi with Antonella Clerici, Donatella Raffai, Giampiero Galeazzi, Luisa Corna, Mara Carfagna, Emanuela Aureli, Manlio Dovì, Padma Lakshmi and Gianni Mazza
23 1998–1999 Giancarlo Magalli and Tullio Solenghi with Anna Falchi, Elisabetta Ferracini, Lorenza Mario, Giampiero Galeazzi and Valeria Mazza
24 1999–2000 Amadeus with Romina Mondello later replaced by Adriana Sklenarikova and Natalie Kriz
25 2000–2001 Carlo Conti and Iva Zanicchi with Matilde Brandi, Rosita Celentano, Barbara Chiappini, Paolo Brosio and Paolo Fox
26 2001–2002 Carlo Conti, Antonella Clerici, Mara Venier and Ela Weber with Fabrizio Del Noce, Gianfranco Vissani and Paolo Brosio
27 2002–2003 Mara Venier with Paolo Villaggio, Giampiero Galeazzi, Gabriella Germani, Andrea Roncato, Silvana Pampanini, Moira Orfei, Renato Balestra and Giucas Casella
28 2003–2004 Paolo Bonolis with Giancarlo Magalli, Claudio Lippi, Heather Parisi, Franco Oppini, Mirka Viola, Daniele Piombi, Patrizia De Blanck, Alessandro Paci, Mariolina Simone, Simona Samarelli, Dan Peterson, Jennifer Driver and Domenico Mazzullo
29 2004–2005 Mara Venier with Paolo Limiti and Massimo Giletti
30 2005–2006 Mara Venier, Massimo Giletti and Pippo Baudo
31 2006–2007 Massimo Giletti, Lorena Bianchetti and Pippo Baudo
32 2007–2008
33 2008–2009
34 2009–2010 Massimo Giletti and Pippo Baudo
35 2010–2011 Massimo Giletti, Sonia Grey and Lorella Cuccarini
36 2011–2012 Massimo Giletti and Lorella Cuccarini
37 2012–2013
38 2013–2014 Mara Venier
39 2014–2015 Paola Perego and Pino Insegno
40 2015–2016 Paola Perego and Salvo Sottile
41 2016–2017 Pippo Baudo and Chiara Francini
42 2017–2018 Cristina Parodi with Benedetta Parodi, Claudio Lippi, Don Backy, Adriano Panatta, Lillo e Greg, Marco Marzocca and Leonardo Fiaschi
43 2018–2019 Mara Venier
44 2019-2020
45 2020-2021

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Aldo Grasso – Massimo Scaglioni, Enciclopedia della Televisione, Garzanti, Milano, 1996 – 2003.
  2. ^ Maurizio Costanzo, Flaminia Morandi. Lo chiamavano varietà: l'industria televisione : produrre l'intrattenimento. Carocci, 2004. ISBN 8843031600.
  3. ^ "Flop delle sorelle Parodi a Domenica In, la Rai corre ai ripari e pensa ad Antonella Clerici e Mara Venier". Retrieved 2 February 2018.