This Saturday, the competition for the audience was marked by the premiere of new programs on the different channels. However, viewers maintained their preference for Channel 13 slots.
Between 15:04 and 20:29, “Cultura Tarde” averaged 8.9 online rating points and peaked at 15 units at 20:13.
At the same time of the cultural strip of 13, TVN had 5.1 points, Mega 8.4, Chilevisión 7.2 and La Red 0.9 units.
This Saturday, “Late Culture” started with a chapter of “Places that Speak” where Pancho Saavedra led his followers to discover the little explored coastal area of Osorno. Then “I Recommend Chile” continued with an episode focused on Hualaihué, a commune located just 46 kilometers south of the city of Puerto Montt and a short distance from the Carretera Austral. Going in search of the gastronomic identity of this peaceful corner of our country was the goal of chef Alonso Barraza, a journey that allowed him to discover, from the first source, his best culinary secrets.
Later it was the turn of “There is always a Chilean”, which showed stories of compatriots in Mallorca. Surrounded by turquoise water beaches and delicious and abundant food, Chileans Becky, Rodrigo and Fernando invited to tour this island of 400 thousand inhabitants, the largest of the 5 Balearic Islands, where you live in an eternal summer in the Mediterranean.
At 18:15 hours the second chapter of “Chile, a territory in the south of the world” landed. The episode was “Survivors of Pewén”. It is that the snow, the colorful autumn, the green spring and the dry summer are witnesses year after year of the vital struggle of a nomadic culture that resists urban confinement and is committed to its extensive natural territories. Along with Cristina Manquepi’s family, the survivors of Pewén were known.
“Late Culture” closed with another chapter of “Places that speak”. The space was moved to a place that very few have reached: the “Francisco Coloane” Marine Park. A place that is only accessed by navigating the Strait of Magellan and that contains incredible landscapes. There Pancho Saavedra and his team were able to record the southernmost fauna on the planet. It should be noted that humpback whales, one of the most impressive mammals in the world, come to these cold waters, rich in biodiversity.