Italian Grandmas Try Olive Garden For The First Time

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SHOTLIST

Rome, 27 June 2005
1. Wide of beach on the Tiber river with St Peter’s basilica on the background
2. People sunbathing
3. Wide of beach on the Tiber
4. Tourists colling off with bottles of water
5. Wide of Spanish steps with Via Condotti
6. Wide Spanish steps with Via Condotti
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Caroline, Dutch tourist
“I’m from Holland and there it is hot, so we are OK.”
8. Various – tourists washing themselves and drinking at Spanish steps fountain
9. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Daniela
“It is hot, too much hot”.
10. Tourists filling up bottles of water from fountain
11. Two Japanese tourists, one with parasol
12. SOUNDBITE: (English), Kyoko, Japanese tourist
“Too hot!”
13. Wide – Health Ministry
14. Close up sign reading: ‘Health Ministry’
15. Wide of Health Minister press conference
16. Cutaway Health Ministry press release
17. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Francesco Storace, Italian Health Minister
“This initiative is necessary because we are very alarmed for this situation. Because objectively, as far as we know, there is an absolutely extraordinary heat wave absolutely necessary and after the 2003 emergency we must intervene to prevent negative consequences for the population”.
18. Wide of press conference

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Rome, 29 July 2004
19. Minister of Health call centre for heat emergency

STORYLINE

The Italian Health Ministry was issuing emergency measures Monday to protect the frail and elderly from a heat wave that has been linked to several deaths and is putting the country’s crops at risk.

The ministry said it was calling on local authorities to monitor elderly citizens by frequent phone calls or home visits to those who could be at risk.

It was also activating a toll-free number where experts would give callers information on how to face a heat wave that has hit northern Italy hardest, with temperatures in Milan, Florence and Turin rising above 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit).

The unseasonable heat has already contributed to seven deaths, including that of an Austrian tourist who collapsed from a heart attack Sunday while strolling in the northern resort of Jesolo, La Repubblica daily reported.

In 2003 Italy faced a prolonged heat wave that was blamed for almost 8,000 deaths.

Although the current rise in temperature comes after an unseasonably cold and stormy spell earlier this month, most of the rain this year has fallen on central and southern Italy, leaving the North exposed to droughts.

Water supplies in northern Italy’s rivers, lakes and reservoirs are half of what is normally expected for this period, Italian farmers’ association Coldiretti said Monday.

Farmers have autonomously reduced the amount of water used to irrigate their fields, but crops such as corn and soya beans are already suffering from the drought and excessive heat, Coldiretti said.

Last year under similar conditions the government also set up helplines to assist those affected by the heatwave.

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10 Responses

  1. Alex NicholsSeptember 16, 2017 at 11:05 am

    I'm sorry that we basically murdered Italian cuisine. maybe next time try buca di beppo?

  2. oyinbo peppeSeptember 16, 2017 at 11:10 am

    What's "Olive Garden"?

  3. Billy IliopoulosSeptember 16, 2017 at 11:52 am

    2:31 italia mafia

  4. garetzSeptember 16, 2017 at 11:57 am

    That food looked disgusting, im surprised they ate any of it.

  5. Rachel NohSeptember 16, 2017 at 12:12 pm

    The first grandma with the blue shirt, she's the birth mother of Gordon Ramsy

  6. DominusInfernus 112September 16, 2017 at 12:44 pm

    Savage grandma

  7. The second account I always wantedSeptember 16, 2017 at 1:12 pm

    That one lady want salt on everything

  8. MTG MichealSeptember 16, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    The positive two are so lying

  9. Ann aSeptember 16, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    Haha..those 2 american ladys remind me of marge simpsons sisters lol

  10. Phenomenal ForearmSeptember 16, 2017 at 3:38 pm

    So if Olive Garden is like e best Resturant (that's everywhere in the country) then these Italians who hate it must be eating some realllllllllly good food in Italy so I'm going to Italy.