Luciano Rispoli, Italian television and radio writer and presenter, Died at 84

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Luciano Rispoli was born on July 12, 1932, in Reggio Calabria and died on October 26, 2016.

He was an Italian television and radio writer and presenter.

His father was a colonel.

Luciano moved to Rome to study law at the Sapienza University. In 1954 he passed a public exam to enter the newly created RAI.

During 1960, Rispoli debuted as a radio presenter with the programIl vostro spettacolo.

Since the 1960s, Luciano Rispoli has held several executive positions on radio and television, and contributed to create popular radio programs such as Bandiera Gialla, Chiamate Roma 3131, La Corrida.

As of the 1970s on he was gradually more active as a presenter, getting a personal success as host and author of a quiz show about Italian language, Parola mia (1985-88).

During 1991 Rispoli left RAI and moved to Telemontecarlo, where he hosted the musical program La piĆ¹ bella sei tu (1991-2) and Tappeto volante, a long-running talk show broadcast on Telemontecarlo between 1993 and 2000 and later moved to other channels until 2009.

Luciano Rispoli passed away at 84 years old.