Famous journalist, the author and host Vladimir Pozner interviews public figures, politicians, artists, scientists, musicians, actors, directors, sportsmen, doctors, magnates and so on. One interview per episode.
A Soviet cult cartoon, so untypical for a Western viewer, especially, a little one. A boy named Malysh ("A Little One") suffers from solitude being the youngest of the three children in a ... See full summary »
Injured on the job Vasily Kuzyakin gets a ticket to the resort. There he meets femme fatale Raisa Zakharovna, and once under the charm, moves to live with her. Unfortunately, a new life is not all that sweet as dreamed hapless Vasily.
A young student Shurik comes to a remote mountainous region in search of ancient legends and traditions. Fooled by the corrupt local governor, he helps him to kidnap a beautiful young girl, but soon realizes what he's done.
Moro returns to Alma Ata to collect money owed to him. While waiting out an unexpected delay, he visits his former girlfriend Dina, and discovers she has become a morphine addict. He ... See full summary »
An animation about the fate of a mammoth, who accidentally escaped the extinction of mammoths (froze in permafrost, and then thawed) and is now looking for his mother. Mammoth meets with a ... See full summary »
Stephen Colbert took over as host, executive producer and writer of THE LATE SHOW on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015. The comedy-variety-talk show is broadcast five nights a week from the Ed Sullivan theater in New York.
Distinguished journalist Vladimir Pozner, the author and host of the programme, interviews public figures, politicians, artists, scientists, musicians, actors, directors, sportsmen, doctors, magnates, and so on. Among the guests were Sting, CNN founder Ted Turner, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former USSR president Mikhail Gorbachev and many other famous people. The programme is divided into four parts. The first part, Vox Populi, consists of questions the official website visitors have asked the guest and the programme crew has collected from random people in the streets. Next is the core part of the interview: questions of the host himself. In the third part, which lasts a couple of minutes, Pozner asks questions he has complied from Marcel Proust's Questionnaire about one's personality. Then the guest leaves and in the final part, the epilogue, Vladimir Pozner shares with the audience his thoughts about an event, usually from the past week, and suggests us to think about ...Written by
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According to the author and host Vladimir Pozner, the real title is (translated into English) "Questions that you would like to ask the guest, but cannot, and so they are asked on your behalf by Vladimir Pozner", but since it's too long, it was decided to shorten it by removing everything but the last word. See more »