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SERENA DANDINI Since the early eighties she’s been collaborating with Rai for both radio and tv programs. She’s the creator of Radio 2's “The life of Mae West”. With the author Marco Di Tillo she is the author “Profession Jazz” cured by Adriano Mazzoletti, writing Jelly Roll Morton and Benny Goodman’s lives.  In 1986 she participated to “Italia Sera”, in which she supervised the music section and made some interviews with famous singers of the time. Known for an innovative and experimental nature,she wrote and hosted many programs, all based on an authorial and “biting” satire,and she often worked with Corrado and Sabina Guzzanti  and more recently with Neri Marcorè and Paola Cortellesi.  On January 2001 she became the artistic director of the Teatro Ambra Jovinelli in Rome.  On February 2013 she was a member of the jury of the 63rd edition of the Sanremo Festival, hosted  by Fabio Fazio and Luciana Littizzetto. In March,after the elections,along with many of her colleagues,she joined the project "Riparte il futuro" by signing the petition that aims to review the anti-corruption law by changing the norm on the electoral exchange between politics and organized crime within a hundred days of parliamentary activity. From Monday,September 15,she started to host  daily,from 15 to 16:30 on Radio2 #StaiSerena.

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