one-on-one 12/29/1996 (1996)

Telecast №71432, 1 part, duration: 0:29:21
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov

Reel №1

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Results of the year in excerpts from previous issues (cutting).

Guests of the program - journalists Heinrich Borovik and Artem Borovik.

What year 1996 was remembered for each of the participants.

Historical and political background of the late XX century, key trends.

The relationship between government and the media.

GABorovik, profile.

Journalists draw parallels between the wars in Vietnam, Afghanistan and Chechnya.

Can the war in Chechnya become a warning for the next generation.

Coverage of wars in the media.

Discussion of the decision of the Federation Council on the situation of Sevastopol.

AG Borovik, profile.

GA Borovik remembers the thaw of the 1960s.

Question to relatives and friends of journalists about the differences in politics in the 60's and 90's.

Yuri Khilchevsky on the work of Henry Borovik in New York.

Alexander Lyakhovsky on work with Artem Borovik and on the war in Afghanistan.

AG Borovik on publicity in the era of Mikhail Gorbachev.

New Year's greetings of participants of the program.


Borovik AG - Russian journalist, political observer, entrepreneur. Borovik G.A. - international journalist, screenwriter, prose writer, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, honorary rector of the Moscow Institute of Television and Radio Ostankino. Khilchevsky Yu.M. - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Retirement, Head of the Center for the History of the Russian Diplomatic Service, Honored Worker of the Diplomatic Service of the Russian Federation. Lyakhovsky A.A. - Major-General, expert on the history of the Afghan war, writer-publicist, member of the Writers' Union of Russia.

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