Visiting the program is Deputy Chief of the Investigation Division of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, police colonel Yury Vasilievich Maslov and senior security officer of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Police Department of Transport of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation Lieutenant Colonel of Police Anatoly Leonidovich Rudnev.
Letter to the editors: "On July 23, 1997 at 10:00 pm, in the train No. 5 Moscow-Baku, in the train No. 4, when the train departed from Oryol station, a female child was found near the conductor’s compartment.
The child looked about a year old; on the neck of the girl was an amulet in the form of pink beads.
12 years have passed, now the girl is studying in a boarding school, she dreams of finding her legal parents or some kind of relatives. "
A letter from Krasnodar: "I was looking for my aunt, a participant in the war, wrote to your program in early May.
I found my aunt in the Krasnodar Territory; it turned out that she had become a hostage of her granddaughter and great-granddaughter.
Grandmother kept the house under lock and key, was forced to sell an apartment, mocked, not released anywhere, live on her retirement.
I wanted to take my aunt with me, she gladly agreed, but her granddaughter and great-granddaughter would not let her go.
I ask for your help to rid her of the bullying of her relatives. "
Yu.V. Maslov and A.L. Rudnev advised to contact the territorial police department; Igor Kvasha addresses his granddaughter and great-granddaughter with a warning that this situation will not be forgotten, the film crew will definitely come to help sort it out.
A letter from Transbaikalia: "I received a note from my son who lives in Kazakhstan, he said that he had fallen into slavery."
The program staff appealed to the police of the city of Ermentau; it turned out that the guy really is located at the address indicated, the family should soon take him home.
Excerpt of the program from 04/27/2009: shooting in the settlement of Tavenga, a former police officer Alexei Ivanitsky decided to revive an abandoned village in the format of an equestrian tourist complex and an ostrich farm invites people who are not afraid to work on the ground.
After the demonstration of this story, many people came to the village to start all over again.
Summer shooting on the farm: Ekaterina Maure, deputy head of the farm, tells how the move changed their lives.
Natalya Chashchinova, farm worker Vadim Marchenko, dressmaker Nadezhda Kuznetsova, translator Renat Ilyasov and his wife Maria, tractor driver Ruslan Batalov.
Alexey Ivanitsky talks about what specialties are needed on the farm in the first place.
Announcement of a report on the measures that are taken by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan in respect of brick factories, excerpts from the interviews: the deputy head of the public police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan, Sabir Yusupov, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan Magomed Ismailov, Head of the Center for Combating Offenses in the Consumer Market Nazim Murtuzaliev.
Olga Anatolievna Orlova, born in 1972, is looking for teachers and classmates from school number 61 in the city of Grozny, years 1980-1990: teachers - Nadezhda Yemelyanovna Khokhryakova, Nelya Nikolaevna Petrenko, Nina Afanasyevna Azaryan, students - Vadim Butov, Lyudmila Limakova, Karen Sagamonian, Sergey Sergeev, Marina Smirnova, Alexander Fominov, Elena Ulyankina, Igor Valuyev and others; invitation to meet in August.
Vyacheslav Kristya is looking for a brother: Vasily Davidovich Kristya, born in 1981, in 2002 went to work in Moscow and disappeared.
Anatoliy Stepanovich Tokar is looking for a friend: Nikolai Senkevich served in the Baltic Fleet in the 1980s, the connection was interrupted in 1993; also looking for other colleagues.
Zinaida Platonovna Belyanin is looking for a son: Konstantin Vladimirovich Belyanin, born in 1979, disappeared in 2004 in St.
Petersburg, was discovered by the police in Adler when crossing the border without documents, transferred to Armavir, released after identification; presumably the victim of a sect.
Vladimir Rodionov is looking for a brother: Andrei Vladimirovich Rodionov, born in 1969, in 1991 illegally sailed away from Germany to the USA on a dry cargo, where he was arrested and He was released on bail by an Orthodox priest, then moved to Seattle, the connection was interrupted in 1995.
Gufron Zoidov is looking for a cousin: Shavkat Zoidov, born in 1971, disappeared on November 8, 2003 in Tajikistan.
Tatiana Pavlovna Kuprikova is looking for a son: Oleg Nikolaevich Kuprikov, born in 1979, disappeared in 2002 in Zheleznogorsk, Kursk Region.
Li Dei Shun came to Moscow for a job from Beijing.
He worked at a construction site for two years, but nobody paid the money, fed poorly, then he left and began to live on the street.
Ivan Olkhova from Vladivostok helped him turn to the kiosk program at the Kazan station.
Lee does not speak Russian, is explained only by gestures.
With the help of a translator, we were able to learn his story, he had a son and a cousin in his homeland, but they do not know what happened to him.
Igor Kvasha gives Lee a ticket home to Beijing.
Wanted by Artem Ashibokov, b. 1967, July 4, 1995 disappeared in Grozny.
Dmitry Rasskazov is looking for his father: Vyacheslav Borisovich Rasskazov, 1949, the connection was interrupted in 1994; according to rumors, in 1996, unknown people kicked him out of the apartment.
Praskovya Alekseevna Amelina is looking for a son: Alexander Nikolaevich Amelin, born in 1969, disappeared on December 29, 1999 in Lyudinovo, Kaluga Region.
Dmitry Vladimirovich Kapanzhi is looking for a grandfather: Georgy Vasilyevich Ganev, born in 1919, served in the Romanian army, went missing during the Second World War.
Lyudmila Filippova, born in 1957, is looking for a father she has never seen: Nikolay, born in 1936, patronymic and surname are unknown, mother’s name is Antonina Vasilyevna Bolshaya, met her father in Alexandrovsk, Perm Region.
Irina and Oksana Zhuk are looking for a father.
Anatoly Iosifovich Zhuk left for work in Krasnoyarsk in 1995, wrote home for the first months, then the connection was broken.
The man was declared dead, but the daughters do not want to believe that the father is dead.
Filming in Krasnoyarsk: Alena Zinchen and Igor Zinchen talk about how they met Anatoly when he made repairs to them, and began to maintain communication.
It turned out that in recent years a man lived practically in slavery, he was beaten and the money earned was taken away.
Andrei Maslovsky learned Anatoly from a photograph on the program’s website and contacted the Zinchen family.
Meeting with daughters in the studio.
Locations: Vologda region  Krasnoyarsk