Alba Blasi (musical manager), Llucià Homs (gallery owner), Eva Fernández (perruquera per a theater i cine), Cristina Daura (il lustració), Lluís Cabrera (founder of Taller de Músics), Ariadna Ribas (muntatge cinematogràfic) , Chris Gimeno (Tailor)… These are some of the main guests of Estudi Tísner (Betevé). He continued, because his office is not prone to notoriety or because they do not pursue it, they are people who do not belong to the star system’s dominant cultural sense, which they often say circulate underground. Not at Gimeno with a tailor shop in Balmes-Travessera, not at Montse Ribé, Oscar for the millionth make-up artist for Pan’s Labyrinth. Not so many others. But they are simply unknown to the majority of viewers. And this is the main gosadia d’Estudi Tísner, which asks her to speak about her office, about culture. Molts no hi estan gaire fets and sometimes finds it difficult to tell more than the daily anecdote. In d’altres, with the case of Cabrera, trobes that had to be anat half an hour more because you explain the seu transit of the emigration to the political commitment and the opening to the Raval, the year 1979, a school of most punished Flamenco, jazz and modern music.
The program will always include a shorter supplementary report as well as a reminder of the invitation of some connected creators and a closing note on the agenda. Estudi Tísner, de dilluns a dijous, te un grafisme encertat en quasi tot. It is presented alternately by Laura Sangrà and Núria Dias and they are good students. One reproach: they always end with the mateix consell (“Don’t lose sight and always follow the curious”), reasonable but engolat, catechistic and useless because they don’t call out to the people who look at them closely.
La 2 has another offer, from dilluns to dindres, which shows that speeches and above all culture can be done on television. Point of View is celebrating its hundredth program this week. It’s a space that pays attention to the most popular agendas, but there’s no point in excluding the changing calendars in a healthy mix between the most mainstream culture and the one that has to fight media silence. The purpose is expressed through the seva careta, amb rajoles, who are Belluguen independents. The Temari is molting Obert. There is live music and each program, lasting almost an hour, presents about 10 items that Tània Sarrias wears with her solvency and the help of specialists in different themes such as cinema, fashion or theater. Perhaps the most unexpected will be the actress Judit Martín on the sixth day with the seven pearls of culture.
One aspect worth exploring is how these programs, like fan TV, more or less intense, with characters that have not aired, also offer the viewer a pleasant and profitable opportunity to discover who, in In the Beginning I Had to unaware of this unprecedented list of creators and may have been hooked. Above all, it satisfies the viewer who doesn’t deliver much to television. A generalist television that drives out a specific audience each month who are unaware of their interests. Ho Bernat Pivot will foresee very angrily that they will set up their Llibres program to a few hellish hours in a llibert quan. Pivot deia: When the advertisements came from tenants, the television programs for the housewives were ugly. But when advertising for beers and cotxes will dominate, televisions will surround a younger audience and the àvies and housekeepers will be left without television. Now there is a televisiu desallotjament of the cultural public – in a sentit gens enfarfegat del concepte -. Estudi Tísner and the veteran Punt de vista show that it is possible to bring culture to public television. Tot i que ara, malauradament, amb betevé mai se sap.