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theme (1995) 03/02/1995

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:39 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Transfer theme: Fashion.

Epigraph: a fragment from the film "The very Munchhausen", directed by M. Zakharov

1.What is fashion?

2.When did the first women of fashion and first fashion?

3.What factors, in the past, and now, affect the fashion?

4.What is an elitist fashion?

5. Fashionable clothing is an indicator of a person's status?


theme (1992) 04/03/1992

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:45:06 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Theme transfer: change appearance, change sex.

Epigraph: fragment from the movie "Tootsie", directed by S. Pollack (USA).

1. Why are many dissatisfied with their appearance?

2. Does the exterior shape the inner state of a person?

3. Why do people want to be beautiful?

4. What makes a person do a plastic surgery?

5.What are the problems most often treated by men?


theme (1994) 02/25/1994

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:28:09 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Theme of the transfer: Stress.

Epigraph: fragment from the film "The Great Change", directed by A. Korenev.

1.What is stress?

2.How often do we experience stress throughout the day?

3. What are the most typical stressful situations?

4.What and how can help a person overcome stress?

5. What is the transfer of the reaction?


theme (1995) 11/04/1995

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:12 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Theme of the transfer: Missing.

Epigraph of the program.

The host represents the participants of the program Fedoshchenko Vasily, Dubyagin Yuri, Victor Kosyanenko.

Fedoshchenko Vasily answers the questions of the presenter:


theme (1995) 06/23/1995

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:38:53 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Theme of the transfer: The collapse of the USSR.

The main issues of discussion and discussion in the studio were:

1.Your evaluation of the results of the referendum in 1991?

2. What are the main objective reasons for the collapse of the USSR?

3.What was undertaken by the country's leadership in 1991, in order to preserve the Soviet Union?

4. When did the history of Russia begin, as an empire?

5.What is an empire?


theme (1995) 08/19/1995

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:00 to collection V3 7/13/2020

Theme of the transfer: Protection of consumer rights.

1.What rights do we have today as consumers?

2. The main right of the consumer?

3. When and where was the World Consumer Rights Day established?

4. How to identify a low-quality industrial product?

5.What is the certificate of the goods?

6.How to use their rights in the service sector?


theme (1992) 11/17/1992

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:45:06 to collection V3 7/13/2020

The theme of the program is free love and its understanding.

What is free love?

Why does love vary?

What are the barriers in love and how much of its manifestations are interconnected with the culture of society?

The phenomenon of the foreign sexual revolution of the 1960s, the attitude of society towards sexual minorities, civil and open marriages, love triangles, Swedish families - is it normal or not?

Where does freedom begin and end and does freedom of love exist in principle?

These and many other questions are answered by the guest of the program - Vladimir Shahidzhanyan; as in the discussion takes part singer Sergei Penkin.


theme (1994) 10/04/1994

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:43:06 to collection V3 7/13/2020

"Children's cinema."

Visiting the program, film director Vladimir Grammatikov and director of the children's newsreel "Yeralash" Boris Grachevsky.

A collective discussion is devoted to the state of children's cinema in Russia.

Is there a children's cinema today?

Is he alive?

Does he have a future and, if so, which ways should be sought for further development?

How should the children's cinema become to compete successfully with the flow of foreign cartoons and television series, teach children the right principles of life and keep pace with the times?


theme (1992) 06/30/1992

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:56 to collection V3 7/13/2020

"Test tube children."

More and more women are resorting to artificial insemination to be able to give birth to their own child.

But how does society relate to these children, what problems do their mothers face when they decide on such a step?

Who can, and who does not need to have "unnatural" children?

Should doctors be judged for taking on the functions of nature or even God, or vice versa, consider them to be the vehicles of the will of the higher powers and the guardian angels who want to have a family at all costs?

A visiting professor Valery Zdanovsky and mother of two children, conceived artificially, Elena Kurguskina; interviews in the record: gynecologists Irina Erkina and Viktor Ivakhnenko.

In the preparation of the program, the frames of the documentary "Dear Broad", feature films "The Born Child" (1991, directed by R. Flender), "Pig and Shepherd" (1941, director IA Pyriev), "Through the thorns to the stars" (1980, directed by RNVictorov).

theme (1993) 11/23/1993

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:42:43 to collection V3 7/13/2020

The theme of the issue is how much brains cost Russia.

What is intelligence and how it is evaluated in our country, this problem worries representatives of any profession, because you can never guess what is cooking tomorrow, what talents will be demanded, and who will have to invent new ways of survival.

Why does physical labor cost more than mental labor?

Will the brain drain abroad and what can be done to stop this?

Will Russia ever again appreciate and respect smart people?

How important are the brains in business and are they really in demand?

In these and many other issues, the president of the association "MMM" Sergei Mavrodi and the president of Alfa Bank, Pyotr Aven, are trying to figure out.