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one-on-one (1997) 06/14/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:26:01.643 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Shvydkoi Mikhail and Mashkovtsev Michael say the law on the cultural values ​​of those displaced in the USSR after the Second World War.

Sevastyanov Alexander speaks about the damage brought by Russia during the Second World War.

Simrijaga Mikhail says that the law on cultural values ​​is contrary to international law.

one-on-one (1997) 07/13/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:24:56.244 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Economy Minister Yakov Urinson and AvtoVAZ General Director Vladimir Kadannikov are discussing the development of industry and tax collection, choice for the consumer in the market, the need to support the domestic producer and improve the quality of production of goods, the reasons for noncompetitiveness mass domestic products, market methods of development of the automotive industry, the financial and economic situation of AvtoVAZ, problems protection of their products, the need to control and regulate energy prices for transportation, the development of high technology and the agricultural sector, the need for a normal tax system.

Experts in the studio - journalist-economist Nikolai Tarasenko, economist and entrepreneur Andrei Neshchadin, Oleg Vite talk about the conditions for the production of competitive domestic products and financial assistance to the manufacturer.

one-on-one (1997) 07/13/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:24:59.354 to collection -- 2/20/2018

The participants of the program are discussing the call of Boris Nemtsov to transplant Russian officials into domestic cars.

The issue of the competitiveness of domestic products is raised in comparison with foreign analogues of goods on the market.

The situation in domestic engineering, in the aircraft industry, in particular, in connection with the change in the economic development of the country, is being discussed.

Kadannikov points to the company's big debts.


one-on-one (1997) 04/13/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:25:35 to collection -- 2/20/2018

The main topic of the conversation is natural monopolies.

Guests of the program are deputies Vladimir Medvedev and Peter Mostovoi.

The largest natural monopolies of Russia.

Natural and unnatural monopolies and their differences.

State policy in relation to monopolies.

Profile of V.S.Medvedev.

Relations between the state and large companies.


one-on-one (1997) 01/12/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:40:53.6 to collection -- 2/20/2018

The main topic of the conversation is political forecasts for 1997.

Guests of the program - deputy head of the presidential administration Maxim Boyko and president of the International Foundation "Experimental Creative Center" Sergei Kurginyan.

Opinion of opponents about the current situation in the country.

Comment by Maxim Dianov on the need to achieve political stabilization.

Moods of society.

SEKurginyan criticizes the president and his entourage.

M.V. Boyko with an assessment of the behavior of the opposition.


one-on-one (1997) 03/09/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:26:36.061 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Shumeyko Vladimir and Goryacheva Svetlana talk about the initiative of the Reform-New Deal movement to dissolve the State Duma of the Russian Federation, the country's budget adopted by the Duma and the presidential message.

Gulimova Valeria and Boykov Vladimir ask Shumeiko Vladimir and Goryacheva Svetlana.

one-on-one (1997) 02/09/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:27:05.6 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Sergei Baburin and Yavlinsky Grigory talk about patriotism, politics, the work of the government and President Boris Yeltsin, the Duma's vote on the next year's budget and the union of Russia and Belarus.

Baburin Sergey answers the questions of Alexei Arbatov.

Yavlinsky Grigory answers the question of Nikolai Pavlov.

one-on-one (1997) 06/08/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:24:46.391 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Vladimir Platonov and Oleg Mironov talk about the abolition of the death penalty in Russia.

Kucherena Anatoliy speaks about possible judicial mistakes in sentencing.

Dmitry Gorovtsov talks about articles of the constitution abolishing the death penalty.

Video from Buinaksk on the death penalty of two people.

Abdurashidov Oleg speaks about the search for criminals.

Rakhmitullaev Daud-Haji speaks about the crime.

Residents of Buinaksk are talking about the murder of the girl and the execution.


one-on-one (1997) 09/07/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:25:43.015 to collection -- 2/20/2018

Fragments of previous programs with the participation of Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Alexander Lebed, Anatoly Lukyanov, Bari Alibasov, Sergei Baburin, Grigory Yavlinsky, Gennady Zyuganov.

The editor-in-chief of Itogi magazine, Sergei Parkhomenko, and the editor-in-chief of Ogonyok magazine Lev Gushchin talk about the coverage of politicians' personalities in the press and on television, their participation in televised debates, about contemporary politics and politicians, the ability of politicians to speak, about scandals in televised debates, about participation Yeltsin in televised debates in the early 1990s, the development of the system of Russian politics, the publication of compromising materials as an alternative to televised debates, and ways to increase the rating of the televised debates.

Experts in the studio are the chief editor of the Moscow bureau of Russian service BBC Simon Klanaman, the editor-in-chief of the newspaper Pravda-5 Vladimir Ryashin, a specialist on the organization of political disputes Galina Kozlova speak about the distinctive features of political TV debates in Russia and the United Kingdom, about the invitation to the debates of the opposition representatives, the crisis of the TV debate debate, and the discussions in the regions.

Videorecording: scandal between politicians during the TV debates in Serbia.

one-on-one (1997) 07/06/1997

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:26:03.788 to collection -- 2/20/2018

The theme of the debate is to take out and bury or leave the body of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin in the Mausoleum on Red Square, Russia's main attraction.

The issue is examined from various sides: from the ethical, from the moral, from the religious point of view.

Is it necessary to hold a referendum on this issue.

Nina Andreeva tries to indicate who is profitable to raise this issue at all.

In her opinion, the counter-revolution came to power and now the regime of the rule of financial oligarchy is established in Russia.