Federica Sciarelli is an excellent journalist at the broadcasting “Who has seen?” which airs on Wednesday nights and does a great public service. So many cases have been solved so far, as many bad news delivered to family members and relatives and friends who were eagerly awaiting the return of a loved one but who had only the lifeless body back but also finds and stories with a happy ending.
Certainly it is a heavy transmission to conduct which implies a great involvement of feelings and which often cannot be left in transmission but which are taken home and which weigh down the life of those who deal with difficult situations. There Sciarelli and its editorial team do a great job but certainly suffer from it on an emotional level.
The case of Denise Pipitone
For some days now we have been talking about the case of Denise Pipitone since a Russian girl said she was kidnapped at the age of four and doesn’t know who her parents are. Since the resemblance to Piera Maggio it is remarkable, the case has returned to the news. And we are waiting to know the result of the DNA test.
The considerations of Federica Sciarelli
Federica Sciarelli has released some statements on the Denise Pipitone case and he said: «I at first hope for a happy ending, since Denise’s mom was a guest in the first episode of Who has seen? conducted by me. However, I prefer to be cautious».
And then: «I think part of the hype is linked to the common desire to finally hear good news: we need it. Do you think that even my seamstress looked for me to say: ‘It’s her, I’m sure it’s Denise!’ “.
In addition, he also added, speaking of Who has seen ? which continues to air even during the evenings of Sanremo: «Every year they propose me to stop, also because we take some points away from Rai Uno. On time, however, I refuse: patience if the audience is low, we must be there for our audience. Always. Do you think that, since I have been here, the editorial office is also open on Saturdays and Sundays: we work shifts. On the other hand, if someone loses a loved one, they can’t wait until Monday! ».
And then she talks about how she lives such a difficult and sometimes painful program: “is why I would be tempted to leave the program. In my eyes, Italy has now become a great cemetery: wherever I go, I associate cities with our cases. Last year I was there to drop everything but then I was asked to stay. So I did and probably will in September. Furthermore, i love this program».
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