"There is Time for", the show by Anna Falchi and Beppe Convertini, closes early and the expectation is growing for "È semper mezzogiorno" by Antonella Clerici
Closes C’è Tempo per, the program conducted by Anna Falchi and Beppe Convertini. The Rai show ends a week in advance, in its place will be broadcast the reruns of Linea Verde with Federico Quaranta, while from Monday 28 September the great return of Antonella Clerici with È semper mezzogiorno is expected.
On the sidelines of the press conference of Tale and Which Show, Stefano Coletta, director of Rai Uno, explained the reasons for this choice: “I will close them on Friday only for a functional speech, not because the ratings have collapsed – he said -. On the contrary, I would like to point out that in that summer period they had a greater audience than there had been in previous years. Sunday Beppe Convertini restarts with Linea Verde and I cannot keep up the program even in the third week of waiting for Antonella. This is the only reason and I would be sorry for Beppe, Anna and for the whole working group if it were seen as a closure on my part ”.
After weeks of interviews and entertainment, therefore, Anna Falchi and Beppe Convertini pass the baton to Antonella Clerici. Everything is now ready for the start of It's always noon, the long-awaited program that will air at 12 and arrives on TV after the closing of Elisa Isoardi's La Prova del Cuoco. The program will talk about cooking and beyond. There will also be news and space for telephone games that will mark the timing of the broadcast, ready to give many surprises. In the cast, according to the first previews, there will be some new faces, but also former stars of La Prova del Cuoco.
From nutritionist Evelina Flachi, to chefs Daniele Persegani and Francesca Marsetti, up to Lorenzo Biagiarelli, Andrea Mainardi, Francesco Mazzei and Antonella Ricci. Between experimentation and the desire to play with the kitchen, Antonella Clerici will also work with Renatone, Sergio Barzetti and Mauro Improta. The cast also includes the baker Fulvio Marino, the decanter Andrea Amadei, Diego Rossi and Luca Montersino. All that remains is to wait for the first episode of It's always noon to really find out what it will be like and to see Antonella Clerici at work who, once again, proved to be a professional ready to take risks and experiment.