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.
Guschin Lev Nikitovich - journalist Parkhomenko Sergey Borisovich - journalist Zhirinovsky Vladimir Volfovich - politician Lukyanov Anatoly Ivanovich - state and political figure Lebed Aleksandr Ivanovich - statesman and politician, military leader Alibasov Bari Karimovich - musician, composer Baburin Sergey Nikolaevich - state and political figure Yavlinsky Grigory Alekseevich - politician, economist Zyuganov Gennady Andreevich - politician
Locations: Moscow