Francesca Fialdini is without doubt one of the hottest presenters of Rai. The debut of the brand new season of With us … freewheel, which is broadcast each Sunday on Rai1 from 17.20, was a triumph. Because of the tales instructed, like Amanda Lear, however above all to the delicacy and positivity of the hosts.
Francesca Fialdini (additionally learn our interview from 2020), who this 12 months appeared within the studio with an exquisite new look, can also be again with the third season of this system Fame d’amore who may have loads of information. To us she instructed herself “free vary”, and confirmed us how Francesca is on and off the TV.
The debut of this new season of With us … freewheel it was extraordinary: what’s the secret of a lot success?
The selection of the type of story we need to do, the selection to have company who’ve had moments of fragility however nonetheless come true, individuals who have valued these dangerous moments to change into stronger. So I hope the success from the type of tales which can be instructed and in addition from the teamwork behind the present that I feel you’re feeling once we go on air.
What theme would you wish to cowl this 12 months?
Within the meantime, let’s begin with the interpretation of the title of the published. Going “freewheeling” means making unconventional selections, which betray different folks’s expectations, about the way it takes others to do what we actually need. Breaking patterns, inappropriate taboos and stereotypes: that is the middle of the story. After that, we need to make this system happier and happier, regardless of the historic interval. We attempt to make the challenges, the feelings really feel increasingly more, as a result of by treating it on this approach, even a narrative that has a deep that means turns into simpler.
Did you speak about pleasure and emotion: a unique approach of doing tv, in comparison with the various packages that target the troublesome interval between the warfare and the financial disaster?
Sure precisely. Even when it was Covid, aside from the primary few months once we have been all attempting to know what was occurring to us and we have been additionally coping with it by the connections, I selected to not speak about it anymore. I needed the illness to now not enter this system as a theme, as a result of there was already sufficient of it. I needed to supply moments of levity with out ever disconnecting from present occasions. Within the background stays this reference to present occasions, we all know that it is going to be a really very “sizzling” autumn. So, the solidarity, the modern concepts that I hope will come to resolve this example, we are going to inform them. Our tales at all times go on this motivational course.
So what are the tales you need to inform? Is it true that you just need to speak concerning the trendy household?
I’m thinking about telling particular person tales the place alternatives will also be opened up for others. Additionally as a result of there’s not just one solution to be comfortable on this planet, simply as there’s not a single household actuality that may make us comfortable, the place by household I imply the one we come from, but additionally the folks we select as associates who they change into. as a second residence, particularly in case you have not been capable of construct your individual household. I subsequently spotlight the person selections that may be concepts for others.
Is there a personality you dream of internet hosting in your present?
Roberto Benigni, with him it might by no means be an interview, however a gathering. Roberto Benigni is a persona who has a lot to present and say… I have a look at him with nice admiration.
How about your new look? Why did you determine to vary your image?
It seems extra like what I’m. This new coiffure is extra like my character. I might maybe eliminate the concept for all these years I first needed to marry slightly to being reassuring, to adapt to the classical iconography that makes conductors and conductors to be slightly alike. Since after the Covid expertise I selected to be a lot freer from the conventions and the picture that others venture on me, I made a decision to vary. I did not seek the advice of anybody and I went to the hairdresser and made this minimize that appears extra just like the Francesca I do know outdoors the TV studio.
What’s Francesca Fialdini like outdoors of TV? Do you additionally break patterns and prejudices and go freewheeling?
I feel when you spent a day with me, you’ll ask your self: ‘is that this Francesca Fialdini?’ [ride ndr.]. If mess is a type of creativity, I reside in a really artistic second. I am sleeping in Rome at a pal’s home and ready for them to present me the home I rented. I am touring round Italy through the week as a result of I am making ready Fame d’amore. I nonetheless have the summer time garments within the trolley, as a result of the others are nonetheless within the containers. As an example that I adapt rather a lot to the circumstances that the job creates, however I am additionally superb at complicating my life. I wish to have each day totally different from the opposite, I am unable to make plans, however I am unable to even set up a vacation. On a sensible organizational stage, they’re a landslide, however that’s the way it has at all times been. However the magnificence is there too, I discover it miserable to plan each motion, to have deliberate an expectation with regard to a gathering, would betray that assembly. I wish to be stunned rather a lot, even when in a relationship we get to know one another, I additionally attempt to take away some safety, however not from the opposite, for me, to present me the chance to get again within the sport. And that is true in all fields. Freewheeling means maintain on the lookout for your self and I maintain on the lookout for myself. I wish to change into a greater and higher model of me, however to try this you might want to have few certainties. The one factor that’s sufficient is the love of the folks you care about, you do not want anything.
The second switch you lead, Fame d’amorebegins subsequent October: are you able to inform us about it?
Firstly, as an alternative of 4 episodes there will likely be 8, as a result of we’ve got chosen to speak not solely about consuming problems, but additionally about all the opposite types of adolescent discomfort, subsequently the depressions of the boys, the self-injured, the borderline. additionally to make clear the phrases that we use to outline it. Giving a voice to younger folks is extra obligatory than ever, they’re the good uncared for, the good ghosts of society, the place ‘huge’ stands for the vacancy that surrounds them. On this approach, we danger playing the longer term on it. The children broke out from Covid and we weren’t capable of care for them instantly. In any case, by way of job alternatives and coaching, we’re lagging behind. The children received misplaced and are getting misplaced within the uncertainty we’ve got created for them on a relational stage. We pay too excessive a value for his or her lack of sociability and relationship. Subsequently Fame d’amore he’ll cope with the implications of this wave of discomfort, struggling, dropout.
Did social media additionally contribute to this unrest?
Social networks clearly fall inside this discourse, as a result of on the one hand they’re the stage the place younger folks search refuge with a view to be seen, in order that they change into an instrument for contact with others. However, nevertheless, excluding oneself means greater than relationships outdoors the digital, in on a regular basis life the place a wall of suspicion has been created that they’ve nice issue speaking to adults, they don’t belief and search refuge from. social networks. However as we all know, social networks conceal huge traps, as a result of communication may be very unstable and since you do not actually know who’s on the opposite facet and the dialogue turns right into a type of monologue with the individual you think about speaking to you. All of the specialists we concerned in this system instructed me the identical factor, the youngsters are the large excluded, they do not really feel seen, they are not certain of themselves and so they cannot think about what their future and their function will likely be like. We have now forgotten to confront them. Social media amplifies this loneliness.
Do you’ve gotten every other initiatives sooner or later?
I say this in a low voice, as a result of it is vitally troublesome and requires loads of focus: I’m writing a e book. It is a youngsters’s story. I had already written one referred to as Charlie and the ocarina. On this second e book, Charlie will deal with consuming problems. This fable will change into a software that lecturers may have at their disposal to speak concerning the topic in youngsters’s lessons. It is a venture I care rather a lot about.