TG2 intro used until 2010
|Starring||See Presenters section|
|Country of origin||Italy|
|No. of episodes||N/A|
|Running time||generally 30 minutes|
|Original channel||Rai 2|
|Picture format||16:9 HDTV|
|Original release||November 1961 – present|
TG2 (TeleGiornale 2) is the brand for the news programmes of Rai 2, the Italian state-owned television channel. The programmes are shown several times throughout the day — domestically on Rai Due, and across Europe, Africa, Americas, Asia and Australasia on Raitalia. It was launched in 1961 as Telegiornale del Secondo Programma before adopting its current name in 1976.
Editor and political leanings
The programmes are generally presented by a single newsreader but with additional newsreaders for sports features. Most items are pre-recorded reports and are generally followed by a correspondent reporting live from the scene of the report.
|TG2 Non Solo Soldi|
|TG2 10 Minuti|
|TG2 Costume e Società||fashion and styles|
|TG2 Dossier Storie|
|TG2 Neon Cinema||film|
|TG2 Neon Libri||literature|
|TG2 Medicina 33||health|
|TG2 Non Solo Nero|
|Meteo 2||weather forecast with data provided by Aeronautica Militare (the Italian Air Force)|
|TG2 Sì Viaggiare||travel|
|TG2 Eat Parade||cooking|
|TG2 Chip||consumer technology|
- TG2 Mattina — broadcast Monday through Friday at 10:00 (runtime: 60 minutes); Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 and again at 9:00; runtime: 60 minutes.
- TG2 Giorno — broadcast daily at 13:00.
- TG2 Flash L.I.S. — broadcast Monday through Friday at 17:45; Saturday and Sunday at 10:30; runtime: 5 minutes, in Italian Sign Language).
- TG2 18:00 — broadcast Saturday and Sunday at 18:00; runtime: 5 minutes.
- TG2 18:15 — broadcast Monday through Friday at 18:15; runtime: 30 minutes.
- TG2 20:30 — broadcast daily at 20:30; runtime: 30 minutes.
- TG2 Notte — broadcast daily at night (between 22.30 and 23.50 from Monday to Friday; between 0.00 and 01.35 Saturday and Sunday); runtime: 12 – 15 minutes.
- tg2.rai.it, official website (in Italian language)
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