Non è la RAI

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Non è la RAI
Created by Gianni Boncompagni
Presented by Enrica Bonaccorti (1991-1992), Paolo Bonolis (1992-1993), Ambra Angiolini (1993-1995)
Starring Gianni Boncompagni
Country of origin Italy
Production
Producer(s) Corrado Grego
Running time 60–90 minutes
Release
Original channel Canale 5
(1991-1992)
Italia 1
(1993-1995)
Picture format Color
Original release 9 september 1991 – 30 june 1995

Non è la RAI was an Italian TV show, on air from 9 September 1991 to 30 June 1995. Initially broadcast by Canale 5, from January 1993 it was moved to Italia 1.[1]

It was presented by Enrica Bonaccorti in its first season, Paolo Bonolis in the second and Ambra Angiolini in the third and fourth.

Produced by Gianni Boncompagni, the show was broadcast every day in the afternoon, starring 100 girls between 14 and 22 years old who sang, danced and presented some telephone competitions.

The show created scandal in Italy due to the girls' age and some political declarations by the young presenter (Ambra Angiolini was 17 years old in 1994).[2]

From the show came many Italian television, music and theatre stars like Ambra Angiolini, Pamela Petrarolo, Claudia Gerini, Romina Mondello, Nicole Grimaudo, Antonella Elia, Yvonne Sciò, Alessia Merz, Alessia Mancini, Antonella Mosetti, Emanuela Panatta, Laura Freddi, Miriana Trevisan, Gloria Scotti, Cristina Quaranta, Romina Mondello, Sabrina Impacciatore.

The program was rebroadcast on the Happy Channel on satellite TV some year after its end and in the digital channel Mediaset Extra from 2011.

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