1978, whom you want or not, is a bitter and painful year, an epicenter of an earthquake whose effects are still dramatically perceptible. On March 16, 1978 the red brigades seize Aldo Moro and kill the men of his escort. After almost two months, on May 9th, the lifeless body of the president of Christian democracy is found in Via Caetani. The fifty-five days of the seizure are still a sort of black hole in our national identity. Radio Moro, through radiophonic materials of the time, reconstruct those days, their flavor.