1. "Courage, labor, use" - about the construction of Kronstadt by Peter I. 2. "Mother Fish" - about the fish Chromis bulti, which has an amazing way of preserving its offspring. The eggs develop in the mother's mouth until they become fry. 3. "Where does anyone have ears" - from where the hearing organs are located in different animals. 4. "Here's a hare for you" - a story from the face of a setter who remembers the days when a small hare settled in his master's house.
Leading actor B. Chirkov is sitting at a desk in his office, looking at an album with stamps.
He talks about how his passion for collecting stamps began, about the history of the brand.
B. Chirkov shows the stamps from his collection and talks about them.
Naval Cathedral in Kronstadt.
1. "Courage, work, use".
Map of 1703 Kotlin Island (animation).
The layout of the fortress built by Peter.
Painting by V. Serov "Peter I. 1907".
Illustrations that tell about the construction of Kronstadt.
Passage along the bypass canal.
Chirkov B.P. -aktyor teatra i kino, pedagog. Geroj Socialisticheskogo Truda. Narodnij artist SSSR. Laureat chetiryoh Stalinskih premij i Gosudarstvennoj premii RSFSR im. K. S. Stanislavskogo. Kavaler tryoh ordenov Lenina
Locations: Kronstadt 
Continuation of the plot "Courage, work, benefit".
"Eternal" pavement, lined with cast-iron rings.
View of the Kronstadt Cathedral.
Monument to Peter in Kronstadt.
Map of Kronstadt and Leningrad during the Second World War.
Military chronicle of the defense of Leningrad.
monument with the motto of the city: COURAGE, WORK, BENEFIT.
The broken anchor is a monument to the fallen crew of the clipper Oprichnik.
Anchors on the dome of the Sea Cathedral, doors, gates.
A column of sailors passes along the embankment.
Ships in the harbor.
Summary of the lead to the next story.
2. "Mother Fish".
Two small fish in an aquarium.
Bigger fish swims out from under the rocks.
A fish builds a nest in the sand.
Eggs on the sand.
The mother fish swallows the eggs.
The fish releases fry from its mouth.
The fry are hiding in my mother's mouth.
3. "Who has where the ears are".
An elephant in the zoo.
A coiled snake.
A snake crawls on the sand.
A frog in a pond.
Duck with ducklings on the grass.
Ducklings run after their mother.
A talking cockatoo.
Scheme of sound wave propagation (animation).
Bats in the night sky.
Close-up: a bat.
Bats with taped eyes fly among the stretched ribbons.
A grasshopper on a blade of grass.
A mosquito on a leaf.
Hedgehog in the grass.
Summary of the lead to the plot.
4. " Here's a hare for you."
There's a car coming down the road.
In the open body of the thing and the setter.
The setter runs through the forest.
The setter finds a small hare under a birch tree.
A little rabbit in the hands of a man.
The little hare drinks milk from a bottle.
Bunny in the house.
A crow enters the room.
The setter is lying on the grass, next to the hare.
A hare and a hedgehog in the grass.
The hare runs away from the house and runs into the forest.
A setter and a hare run around the clearing.
Continuation of the plot "Here's a hare for you".
The hare is sitting on the roof of his house and drumming with his paws.
The hare runs away from the snake.
The bear cub comes to the apiary.
The hare is released into the forest.
He is "met" by two adult hares.
Seasons: Summer