Italian Radio (Late 1940s, Early 1950s)

RAI-Radio Audizioni Italiane (Italian Radio Listenings) was the name of the Italian national radio broadcaster from 26 October 1944. The name was changed in RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana with the beginning of official national TV broadcasting on 3 January 1954.
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Crooner and movie star Claudio Villa, 'il Reuccio' [the Little King], one of the all time most successful Italian singers. He won the Sanremo Festival in 1955, 1957, 1962 and 1967.

Crooner and movie star Claudio Villa, 'il Reuccio' [the Little King], one of the all time most successful Italian singers. He won the Sanremo Festival in 1962 and

Carla Boni. Together with Nilla Pizzi, she was the most popular Italian female singer of the 1950s.

Together with Nilla Pizzi, she was the most popular Italian female singer of the

Claudio Villa sings "Bella dispettosa" [Beautiful Teaser], with conductor Nello Segurini and his Orchestra (1951).

Claudio Villa sings "Bella dispettosa" [Beautiful Teaser], with conductor Nello Segurini and his Orchestra (1951).

Nilla Pizzi sings "Vola colomba" [Fly Dove] (1952), with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the second Sanremo Italian Song Festival. (Sequence added to Giuseppe Bennati's musical comedy "Il microfono è vostro" [The microphone is yours], 1951.)

Nilla Pizzi sings "Vola colomba" [Fly Dove] with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the second Sanremo Italian Song Festival. (Sequence added to Giuseppe Bennati's musical comedy "Il microfono è vostro" [The microphone is yours],

Carla Boni sings "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard], with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the Sanremo Festival in 1953.

Carla Boni sings "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard], with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the Sanremo Festival in 1953.

Carla Boni at the Sanremo Festival in 1953. She won the competition with the song "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard]. In the picture, on the left: conductor Cinico Angelini.

Carla Boni at the Sanremo Festival in 1953. She won the competition with the song "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard]. In the picture, on the left: conductor Cinico Angelini.

Carla Boni won the Sanremo Festival in 1953, with the song "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard].

Carla Boni won the Sanremo Festival in 1953, with the song "Viale d'autunno" [Autumn Boulevard].

Luciano Tajoli sings "Qui sotto il cielo di Capri" [Here Under the Capri Sky], with conductor Luciano Maraviglia and his Orchestra (1949).

Luciano Tajoli sings "Qui sotto il cielo di Capri" [Here Under the Capri Sky], with conductor Luciano Maraviglia and his Orchestra (1949).

Crooner and actor Luciano Tajoli in 1947. He won the Sanremo Festival in 1961.

Crooner and actor Luciano Tajoli in 1947. He won the Sanremo Festival in 1961.

Claudio Villa sings classic Neapolitan song "Luna rossa" [Red Moon], with conductor Vigilio Piubeni and his Orchestra (1950). In 1952, this song was recorded by Frank Sinatra as "Blushing Moon" (Columbia).

Claudio Villa sings classic Neapolitan song "Luna rossa" [Red Moon], with conductor Vigilio Piubeni and his Orchestra (1950). In 1952, this song was recorded by Frank Sinatra as "Blushing Moon" (Columbia).

Crooner and movie star Claudio Villa.

Crooner and movie star Claudio Villa.

Nilla Pizzi and popular radio presenter Nunzio Filogamo (in the centre of the picture) with vocal group Quartetto Stars at the Sanremo Festival in 1953.

Nilla Pizzi and popular radio presenter Nunzio Filogamo (in the centre of the picture) with vocal group Quartetto Stars at the Sanremo Festival in 1953.

Nilla Pizzi sings "Grazie dei fiori" [Thanks for the Flowers] (1951), with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the first edition of the Sanremo Italian Song Festival.

Nilla Pizzi sings "Grazie dei fiori" [Thanks for the Flowers] with conductor Cinico Angelini and his Orchestra. This song won the first edition of the Sanremo Italian Song Festival.

In 1951, Nilla Pizzi won the first edition of the Sanremo Italian Song Festival with "Grazie dei fiori" [Thanks for the Flowers]. In the early years, each singer could take part in the Sanremo Festival with more than one song. In 1952 (in the picture), Nilla Pizzi took part in it with the songs "Vola colomba" [Fly Dove], "Papaveri e papere" [Poppies and Ducks] and "Una donna prega" [A Woman Prays] , with which she won respectevely the first, the second and the third places.

In 1951, Nilla Pizzi won the first edition of the Sanremo Italian Song Festival with "Grazie dei fiori" [Thanks for the Flowers]. In the early years, each singer could take part in the Sanremo Festival with more than one song. In 1952 (in the picture), Nilla Pizzi took part in it with the songs "Vola colomba" [Fly Dove], "Papaveri e papere" [Poppies and Ducks] and "Una donna prega" [A Woman Prays] , with which she won respectevely the first, the second and the third places.

Classic vocal pop and movie star Nilla Pizzi. When she was aa teen-ager, she became popular as a competitor of several beauty contests, including the national beauty contest "5000 Lire per un Sorriso" [5000 Liras for a Smile].

Classic vocal pop and movie star Nilla Pizzi. When she was aa teen-ager, she became popular as a competitor of several beauty contests, including the national beauty contest Lire per un Sorriso" Liras for a Smile].

Nilla Pizzi, "la Regina della Canzone Italiana" (the Queen of Italian Song), with her flawless singing technique and her repertoire of classic Italian songs.

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