Vieni via con me

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Vieni via con me
Presented by Fabio Fazio, Roberto Saviano
Country of origin Italy
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 4 (as of 27 November 2010) (list of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Endemol
Location(s) RAI production centre, Milan, Italy
Running time 150 minutes ca.
Release
Original network RAI Tre
Picture format 16:9
Original release 8 November (2010-11-08) – 27 November 2010 (2010-11-27)
External links
www.vieniviaconme.rai.it

Vieni via con me (Come away with me) is a TV programme presented by Fabio Fazio and Roberto Saviano, broadcast by the Italian public TV channel RAI Tre. The show ran on Monday evenings, from 8 November 2010 to 29 November 2010.

It received exceptional ratings in term of audience and critical response.

Episodes[edit]

Date Episode Number Audience TV share Guests
8 November 2010 1 7,623,000[1] 25.48%[1] Roberto Benigni, Nichi Vendola, Claudio Abbado, Angela Finocchiaro, Daniele Silvestri
15 November 2010 2 9,031,000[2] 30.21%[2] Gianfranco Fini, Pierluigi Bersani, Antonio Albanese, Toni Servillo, Paolo Rossi, Beppino Englaro, Mina Welby, Luciano Ligabue, Cristiano De André, Silvio Orlando, Don Andrea Gallo, Avion Travel
22 November 2010 3 9,671,000[3] 31.6%[3] Corrado Guzzanti, Luca Zingaretti, Emma Bonino, Susanna Camusso, Ivano Fossati, Fiorella Mannoia, Don Giacomo Panizza, Renzo Piano, Manlio Milani, Laura Morante, Joseph Masanka Kwetu, Roberto Maroni, Haroon Javaid, Luigi Manconi, Ilaria Cucchi, David Anzalone, Antonio Cornacchione
29 November 2010 4 8,668,000[4] 29.17%[4] Francesco De Gregori, Dario Fo, Milena Gabanelli, Pietro Grasso, Daniele Silvestri, Don Luigi Ciotti, Antonio Cornacchione, Paolo Rossi, Elio e le Storie Tese, Ernesto Oliviero, Cecilia Strada, Domenico Starnone, Benedetta Tobagi, Franco Aloisio, Francesco Aureli, Costanza Boccardi, Stefano Bollani, Liliana Centofanti, Francesca Coin

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