He died aged 95 Joseph Ratzinger. The Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died today in Rome, on New Year’s Eve. The news, not entirely unexpected, given that his health has deteriorated in recent days, has caused television programming to change traditional New Year’s broadcasts. From Monday, January 2, his body will be in St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican, Thursday, January 5, funerals which will be broadcast live on Rai Uno, according to Tv Blog. Today, December 31, 2022, Rai’s entire programming has been modified with specials dedicated to the Pope Emeritus.
Rai schedule changes today
Today, Saturday, December 31, 2022, the news of the death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI changed television programming. The entire Rai Uno schedule will be punctuated by Specials that will intersperse the animation of the last day of the year. After “Ratzinger the rock of God” at 2 pm, a Special Tg 1 will be broadcast at 3 pm followed by a special episode of A Sua Immagine at 4 pm. giving the line to Legacy.
1 TG 1 special broadcast on Rai Uno will be broadcast this evening, immediately after President Mattarella’s end-of-year speech, before the live broadcast of Amadeus from Perugia with next yearwhich will therefore begin in 21:35, according to what we read in Rai TV Guide. Therefore, the programs have been canceled from today’s schedule. White Line, Northwest Passage and Italy yes!.
Pope Ratzinger’s funeral on January 5 live on TV
The funeral of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI will be held on Thursday, January 5, 2023, at 9:30 am, in St. Peter’s Square, presided over by the Holy Father, Pope Francis. Tv Blog announces that the greeting to Pope Ratzinger will be broadcast on Live TV on Rai Uno.
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