Participants of the program: Ilya Averbukh, silver medalist of the Olympic Games in 2002, world and European champion in figure skating.
Leonid Roshal, Director of the Research Institute of Pediatric Emergency Surgery, Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences.
Mikhail Shvydkoi, Doctor of Art History, Professor.
Oleg Sheintsis, artist of the Moscow Lenkom Theater, Henry Reznik, lawyer, President of the Moscow Chamber of Lawyers.
Vitaly Ginzburg, theoretical physicist, one of the creators of the Soviet atomic bomb.
The plot is about the history of the appearance of Jews in Russia in the middle of the 18th century.
Presentation of each of the participants of the transfer.
Main topics and issues discussed in the program:
1. About the attitude to the Jews in Russia at different times.
2. There were many talented people of Jewish nationality in Russia.
Chronicle of the early 19-20 centuries.
Photos and documents.
3. On the restriction of the rights and opportunities of Jews in Russia in the 19th and 20th centuries.
4. The contrast between us and them.
They're not like that.
Chronicle of the 1903 Kishinev pogrom.
The Bayliss case in Kiev.
Anti-Semitic policy of the authorities.
5. Why were there many Jews among the revolutionaries?
Chronicle of revolutionary events.
6. About the ways that opened up to the Jews after the revolution: politics, culture and science.
Chronicle of the 20s about the theater of Solomon Mikhoels.
An experiment to create a new homeland for Soviet Jews.
Chronicle of the Second World War.
About the fate of the Jews during the war.
About the writer I. Erinburg and the announcer Yu.
The murder of S. Mikhoels.
The doctors ' business.
The funeral of Stalin.
The plot is the beginning of the 50s.
About secret orders on restrictions on employment and study for Jews.
May Day demonstration in Moscow.
7. New time.
The absence of state anti-Semitism.
8. About the causes of all troubles and the search for the enemy.
Drawing of the Jewish card.
9. About the appointment of M. Shvydkoi as the Minister of Culture of Russia.
10. About envious people, about evil people who prevent us from understanding each other.
The ceremony of awarding the Nobel Prize to Ilya Ginzburg in Stockholm.
The Purim festival in the synagogue of Moscow.