One of the oldest radio stations in Moscow is the Shukhov Tower (black and white image), a panorama, a mixer moving to a modern building of a television complex.
Tatiana Sudets, Valentina Leontieva, Anna Shilova, Lyudmila Sokolova express their gratitude to Olga Vysotskaya.
Olga Vysotskaya with sadness speaks about the outgoing profession of the announcer on radio and television.
It is upset that journalists and presenter neglect, at times, the culture of speech.
He recalls how Zverev, the USSR Minister of Finance, had to be corrected, who arrived on television with another performance.
The address summer plan of the Kremlin at dawn.
Yuri Levitan and Olga Vysotskaya hurry to work.
Together at the desk in the radio room.
Read the first morning edition.
Olga Vysotskaya talks about her professional career, how she became a shock worker, working at a silk spinning mill.
How and why she moved to work on radio: in "Morning Gymnastics" she was a "poseur" - she demonstrated exercises of sports gymnastics, following the orders of the commentator.
Photos of Olga Vysokaya with her colleagues, with Yuri Levitan, a newspaper article entitled "A Voice Became a History".
Olga Vysotskaya retained her passion for sports even to this day, alternating gymnastics with dousing with cold water.
Shukhov Tower, loudspeakers, fragments of various amateur performances in clubs, a court session, Lavrenia Beria.
Olga Vysotskaya and Yury Levitan sit down in front of the microphone.
Olga Vysotskaya points out the need for the leader and the journalist to maintain professional ethics in all situations.
A black and white chronicle of various years: Soviet achievements in the economic, industrial and public spheres of activity.
Olga Vysotskaya talks about the attitude to the regime, what troubles had to be faced after her friends were arrested.
He recalls how he conducted the program with the pilot Valery Chkalov.
Valentina Leontieva, Anna Shilova, Lyudmila Sokolova, Igor Kirillov speak warmly to Olga Vysotskaya.
Vysotskaya Olga is the announcer of the All-Union Radio and Central Television.