On 10 June 1981, forty years ago, a six-year-old boy named Alfredo Rampi fell into an artesian well in Vermicino, in the province of Rome: that incident first became a news story, then a media event and finally a memory today in the balance. From Vermicino onwards is a podcast from the Post that explains «how we tell, transform, remember reality and history thanks to the media».
After the first episode, A reality without a story, the second, An all-encompassing event, you can hear from today below and on the Post app for podcasts (download here for iOS e here for Android), while the third will be available from 18 June. The podcast contains interventions by Andrea Sangiovanni, historian, Luca Barra, professor of television history, Enrico Salvatori, author of Rai Storia, Barbara Petronio, screenwriter of the series Alfredino. An Italian story (Sky), and Daniele Biondo, manager of the Alfredo Rampi Center. Stefania Carini is a journalist and author, she deals with culture and media imaginaries. Among his television documentaries, The Italy of Carlo Vanzina, Dictionary of Cinema, Galaxy Nerd, TeleVisors. Among his publications, Expanded text (2009), I misteri from Les RevENTS (2015), Every song tells me about you (2018).