wait me 23.12.2002 (2002)

Telecast №82607, 1 part, duration: 0:44:08
Production: VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Igorj Kvasha, Mariya Shukshina

Reel №1

Photo of a boy, parents are wanted.

The boy was found by the police on January 5, 2002 on Poltavskaya Street in Yekaterinburg.

He looks about 5 years old, can't give his first and last name, the shelter called him Sasha.

The boy is very afraid of trains.

According to fragmentary memories, he lived in Moscow, went to a kindergarten near the Krasnopresnenskaya metro station, his father worked on a construction site, he had many cars, but he did not drive them himself.

Sasha arrived in Yekaterinburg by train with his mother, they left the station building, took the tram, drove to a store, and there he got lost.

Excerpt of the program from 22.04.2002: Maria Pavlovna Spasskaya is looking for relatives.

In 1947, when she was 5 years old, Masha got lost at the train station.

Her mother put her on the bags of groceries, and she went to the cash register.

A group of gypsies appeared on the platform, and the girl got scared and left.

Passers-by took her to the police, from there she was taken to a shelter, then brought up in an orphanage in the village of Spasskaya, where she was given a new name, since the girl did not remember her own.

After the 7th grade, Maria was sent to Nizhny Tagil, where she still lives.

Switching on from Kiev.

Leokadia Andreyevna Zhigalo is looking for a daughter: Svetlana Nikolaevna Osipenko, date of birth 08.12.1963, disappeared on October 8, 2002 in Mozhaisk, Moscow region.

Valentina Oblachevich is looking for a sister: Lyudmila Nikolaevna Vardanyan, born in 1951, the relationship was interrupted in 1999 after the death of her mother.

Galina Anfilatova is looking for a brother: Kazimir Anisimovich Paschuk, born in 1938, lived with his family in the city of Artem, Primorsky Krai, the connection was interrupted 20 years ago, there is a daughter Irina Kazimirovna Gerasimchuk.

Wanted Ilona Alexandrovna Balesco, date of birth 10.03.1985, disappeared on June 23, 2002, presumably went to Bryansk with Alexander Virabyan.

Georgy Yudakov is looking for a father: Mikhail Yefimovich Vaytsman, born in 1951, left for permanent residence in Canada in 1975; his wife Oksana performed.

Excerpt of the program from 28.10.2002: Albert Nayda is wanted.

In October 1941, ships left the besieged Sevastopol, and they tried to take out the wounded and the families of the defenders of the city.

On November 5, the last ship "Armenia" left Streletskaya Bay, which had about 5,000 people on board after calling at Yalta on November 6.

The ship was bombed by German planes and sank.

Alexandra Nayda with her children Boris and Alik (Albert) was among the survivors, but the children were put in different boats, and upon arrival on shore, she could not find her eldest son.

The family continued to search for Alik all their lives, but to no avail.

All that is known is that a woman took him from the shore, thinking that he was an orphan.

April 2002, shooting in Kamchatka: Captain III rank Boris Leonidovich Nayda tells the story of his brother's disappearance.

After the release of the story, the editor received a letter from his son Alik, and he flew to Simferopol.

November 5, 2002: the brothers meet at the airport in Simferopol and with their mother at home.

Alik grew up in a foster Armenian family that was exiled to Siberia in 1944.

From there, the boy ran away and decided to go on foot to the Crimea, but in Turkmenistan he got into an orphanage, ran away several more times, then returned to his foster parents and together with them went to Yerevan, where he lived all his life.

But despite everything, he continued to believe that one day he would return to his native Sevastopol.

The hosts of the program thank the ambulance doctors and the airport staff, without whose help this meeting could not have taken place.

A mother is looking for her son: Maxim Petrovich Ilyin, born in 1983, was drafted into the army in November 2001, and disappeared in Chechnya in the Shali region in August 2002.

A father is looking for a daughter: Anna Vladimirovna Pyzhova, born in 1977, disappeared on October 1, 2002 in Moscow, near Orekhov Boulevard.

The wife is looking for her husband: Mikhail Donovich Tatarsky, born in 1947, disappeared on December 24, 2001 in Moscow, near Maryino.

A mother is looking for her son: Maxim Igorevich Kulik, born in 1972, lived in Angarsk on Voroshilov Street, disappeared on February 10, 2002.

The plot of the patient of the Center of Forensic Psychiatry named after V. P. Serbsky.

The man found himself on October 7, 2002 at the Kazan railway station without money and documents, he did not remember anything about himself.

For three days he lived at the train station and wandered around, tried to ask for help, but no one believed in memory loss, after trying to throw himself under the train, he was taken to the medical center, then to the hospital.

In the hospital, he called himself Nikolai, as this name is very close to him, he knows Moscow well, speaks German, is familiar with psychological literature, knows the device of the TV, believes that he could work as an electronics engineer.

He thinks that he has a brother, a sister and a mother among his relatives.


Lyudmila Viktorovna Kramarenko is looking for a friend of her youth.

Japanese journalist Suguru Kawamura came to Moscow in 1957 for the VI World Festival of Youth and Students, met Lyudmila at the Uzlovaya station, where the girl worked in the buffet, exchanged addresses and corresponded.

The second time they met in 1961, Lyudmila was brought to the meeting in the company of her husband, father-in-law, police chief and KGB chief.

After that, he and Suguru did not see each other, and the letters from him also stopped coming.

Excerpt of the program from 02.09.2002: Tokao Onodera is looking for a Soviet officer Vladimir Yoru, born in 1923, whom he met in 1945 in the city of Nugden in Manchuria, between Tokao and Vladimir struck up a friendship, but after 8 months Vladimir was sent home.

Since after the release of this story, neither Vladimir Yora nor his relatives responded, so the story was printed in the newspaper "Wait for Me" and sent to Japan to Mr.


In the same issue, there was the story of Lyudmila Kramarenko, and one of Tokao's friends recognized Sugura in the photo.

Meeting Lyudmila with a friend.

Calendar: 04.2002 09.2002 11.2002

Locations: Ukraine [229] Kamchatka Krai [760] Crimea [981]

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