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Piero Angela

Italian science journalist

1928   -  

country of citizenship: Italy
language of expression: Italian
occupation: television presenter, science journalist, screenwriter, pianist, journalist
award received: Kalinga Prize, Responsibility in Journalism Award, Commander of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Gold Medal of the Italian Order of Merit for Culture and Art, Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic

Piero Angela (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpjɛːro ˈandʒela]; born 22 December 1928) is an Italian television host, science journalist, writer and pianist. He started as a radio reporter, then became a foreign correspondent, and established himself as the host of the Rai newscast. He is best known as the creator and presenter of broadcasting programs modeled on BBC and David Attenborough documentaries, and also for his scientific journalism published in numerous publications.Angela has written thirty-three books, which sold over three million copies, received many honorary degrees, made over sixty documentaries and hundreds of television episodes, won seven Telegattos and eight times won the national television directing award.
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