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Sanremo and San Valentino among the topics of the last episode of the Chiambretti talk show in prime time on Rete 4: Morgan and Katia Ricciarelli in the studio
Cr4 – The republic of women directed and streaming
Is titled "All the saints, from Sanremo to San Valentino"The last episode of Cr4 – The republic of women, the talk show in pink Piero Chiambretti, which closes this season of good prime-time plays on Rete 4 tonight Wednesday 13 February 2019 in the standard version after last week's meedley. The program will also be visible in streaming from tablets, mobile phones and PCs on the site www.mediaset.it and in response thanks to Mediaset on demand
Cr4 – The republic of women: guests 13 February
Among the guests of this announced as the last episode of this first season on Rete 4 in prime time: the opera singer Katia Ricciarelli, singer Morgan, and the Romanian model Madalina Ghenea. All protagonists of personal and unpublished interviews. And again, the toy boy from Lory Del Santo Marco Cuculo who will tell us about her love story with an older woman, and the performance of the burlesque artist, Eve La Plume.
This week's cover theme will be "All the saints, from Sanremo to San Valentino": A tribute to the singing event par excellence, which has just ended, and to the party of lovers on the way.
Cr4 – The republic of women: the fixed cast
The fixed cast of opinion leaders: Alfonso Signorini on gossip and current affairs, as there will be last year Francesca Barra is Annalisa Chirico, protagonists instead of the space called "What women do not say". Cristiano Malgioglio, in the guise of President of the Republic of women and the noblewoman Drusilla Foer, the Ministry of the Republic of women will be Iva Zanicchi who will take care of the page dedicated to feelings with "La posta del corno", a space dedicated to the letters of those who have been wronged in love, finance or friendship; the writer Barbara Alberti is Alda D’Eusanio that, with "Alda and the strained stories" he will instead devote himself to costume pages. And then for international music the jazz singer Simona Molinari.