9.30 / The 2
‘Here’s a job’ returns with more than 3,000 job offers
The public service space of La 2, begins a new season and reaches its 21 years on the air. In this first program, the presenters María José Molina and Antolín Romero will announce to the viewers more than 3,000 job offers from all over the national territory in different professional categories. Here is work It has a free telephone service for the unemployed, where it informs about the jobs offered, as well as an open WhatsApp line to receive complaints and inquiries from viewers.
11.15 / Movistar Drama
One from the Heart. USA, 1982 (105 minutes). Director: Francis Ford Coppola. Interpreters: Frederic Forrest, Teri Garr, Nastassja Kinski.
The movie that ruined Coppola and ruined his Zoetrope studios. Perhaps no one expected the maestro to shoot a romantic story in musical format. Simple, but shot with such passion that it becomes a whirlwind of searing images, accompanied by the music of Tom Waits and unusual sets that reconstruct Las Vegas in a studio. Astonishing.
11.30 / CLAN
Start the course in ‘We learn in Clan’
From Monday to Thursday, Professor James Van Der Lust and Nacho Mapacho present educational content for children up to 10 years of age in space We learn in Clan. It is a project designed by TVE and the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training to offer educational resources to the teaching community and Spanish families. In the program, the didactic units are capsules that communicate fundamental concepts of the core subjects of primary education.
13.20 / Antenna 3
New season of ‘Karlos Arguiñano’s Open Kitchen’
The popular Karlos Arguñano, awarded the National Television Award last year, begins his eleventh season on Antena 3 ready to send two recipes a day. Eva Arguiñano and Joseba Arguiñano will accompany you every Wednesday to complete the menu. Among the news, every Friday the program will be open to the ideas and requests of the spectators, which the chef will be in charge of cooking. The program will also incorporate a section dedicated to young people in the kitchen to find out what recipes interest them.
14.10 / Hollywood
Rear Window. EE UU, 1954 (108 minutos). Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Intérpretes: James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter.
Among the Hitchcock films, it may be The rear window one of the works that gathers a greater consensus on its status as a cinematographic peak. The teacher elaborates a metaphor on the very nature of cinema, a study on the voyeur condition of the spectator, on the value of the gaze that recreates and constructs reality itself. Among all this, Hitchcock only needs two scenarios to explode the suspense: a room, in which a James Stewart cast kills time spying on what others are doing, and a neighborhood patio in which the daily routine will be broken.
15.30 / COSMO
USA, 2016 (100 minutes). Director: Pablo Larraín. Performers: Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig.
After such combative and memorable films as No and the club, and the stormy stamp made in Neruda, Chilean Pablo Larraín approaches one of the American icons of the 20th century. Jackie focuses on the days after Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas and flees from the schemes of the biopic to draw the suffering portrait of a woman split between her public image and her private existence. Larraín delves into the character, creates images of unprecedented brilliance and teams up with a colossal Natalie Portman.
19.50 / Movistar Comedy
‘The garden of joy’
Sawing Grace. United Kingdom, 2000 (90 minutes). Director: Nigel Cole. Performers: Martin Clunes, Brenda Blethyn, Craig Ferguson.
A clever and funny British comedy that gets close to a woman in financial distress. You will pay them nothing less than with the benefits obtained thanks to a marijuana plantation planted in your own greenhouse. The garden of joy It is a most stimulating film that is politically incorrect.
21.35 / The 1
Interview with the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez
Coinciding with the beginning of the political course, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will answer Carlos Franganillo’s questions tonight in the second edition of the Telediario. The interview will be conducted live, from the Palacio de la Moncloa and will be broadcast on La Moncloa, through La 1, Canal 24 hours, Radio 5, RTVE Digital and RTVE Play.
21.45 / Antenna 3
‘El hormiguero’ receives the jury of ‘La Voz’
Pablo Motos receives tonight the visit of Alejandro Sanz, Pablo Alborán, Malú and Luis Fonsi, the members of the jury of The voice. All of them will present the new edition of this program that is looking for the best singer in Spain, and whose new season will arrive on Antena 3 next Friday the 17th, presented by Eva González.
22.00 / The 2
‘Breakfast with diamonds’
Breakfast at Tiffany’s. USA, 1961 (110 minutes). Director: Blake Edwards. Performers: Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard.
Before the Woody Allen films existed, American cinema had already sung many declarations of love to New York. It is the case of Breakfast with diamonds, in which Blake Edwards achieved what he sought so many times throughout his career: a perfect comedy. A work that defines the magic of classic cinema like few others, and that creates iconic images, wrapped in the notes of Moon River, like Audrey Hepburn looking for a cat in the rain or pulling a croissant from a purse.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
Dog Day Afternoon. USA, 1975 (124 minutes). Director: Sidney Lumet. Performers: Al Pacino, John Cazale, Charles Durning.
Sidney Lumet’s rebellious cinema explodes into a film whose keys all viewers know: two inexperienced thieves commit a failed bank robbery and are locked up along with several hostages. Lumet uses the edges and gray areas of the plot to build an impeccable social drama, edgy and nervous, of impeccable dramatic progression, in which the conflicts experienced by the characters are even more relevant than the theoretical narrative suspense.
22.10 / The 1
New season of ‘MasterChef Celebrity’
The culinary contest MasterChef Celebrity cites 16 popular characters to face off in the show’s kitchens. The debut of all of them will be born in a cooking in pairs. Later, they will travel to Segovia and in its Real Alcázar they will have to prepare 150 servings of an avant-garde Segovian menu designed by chef Óscar Velasco. In the last challenge of this first program, each applicant will make four of the appliances available to another colleague, with which they will face a haute cuisine dish designed for the palates of the elderly.
22.30 / DMAX
The mysterious city loved by Cleopatra
The documentary series Treasures uncovered recalls the myth of Canopus, the holy city loved by Cleopatra and shaped not only by ancient Egyptians, but also by Greeks, Romans, and Christians for millennia. After a few years, the city disappeared submerged under the waves due to a sinister series of earthquakes and floods.
22.45 / Antenna 3
Conflicts continue in the series ‘Innocents’
Han’s problems and his love affair with İnci continue in the series Innocents. Tonight’s episode recounts how Naci’s arrival will change all of her feelings for Safiye, as memories of the past begin to haunt her. Meanwhile, Gülben surprises everyone by visiting Esat’s house and creating a difficult situation, before the İnci he must intervene.
22.50 / Telecinco
Second season of the series ‘El pueblo’
The Serie The village returns to Telecinco with a second season full of adventures for the inhabitants of Peñafría. The first episode of this new date begins when Amaya decides to visit a fortune teller in Soria to reveal the future that awaits her with Juanjo, while looking for a way out of the rural hole in which she finds herself. Meanwhile, Pablo plucks up the courage to tell Isa that he has been unfaithful to Laura. For his part, Arsacio tries to return home after his arrest, but his wife stops him.
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