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Looks at the rise of censorship in the media in Italy, and particularly on television. Sabina Guzzanti's satirical political comedy show (RAIot, a play on the name of the state public TV: RAI)was cancelled by Silvio Berlusconi who controlled RAI. She interviews satirists from other countries as well as people on the street and in the studio. Considers the hold Berlusconi has over the media and how critical programmes and journalists have been forced off the air.

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