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17 June 2013
Two biological children plus six adopted. Mix in some dogs, birds, mice and what you get is a big, crazy Gusev family, where every day is a new adventure!
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The largest tank producer in the world, Uralvagonzavod, is located in the Siberian city of Nizhny Tagil. This series follows Kirill and Vladimir, two young factory workers who have long dreamt of being taken on in the prestigious tank workshop.
They have 14-day work shifts, they’re always on the move and they have to be ready to deal with any situation. Meet the conductors of the Trans-Siberian train, Russia’s oldest and longest train route.
For them – nothing is impossible. They drive tanks, parachute out of airplanes and shoot to kill. Russian lady-commandos lead extreme lives. But do they leave any room for love?
In the wild and perilous mountains of Caucasus, Russian soldiers train to survive and fight under the command of two competitive officers. They will need to learn to communicate with signals, cross rivers using ropes, fire at targets, and navigate the difficult terrain to become true mountain soldiers.
Can you cross all of Russia west to east – all 10 thousand kilometers of it – with just $100 in your pocket? When you’re trying to get to your beloved bride, the answer is a resounding yes!
Find out what life in a Bauman University dormitory is like. Meet three friends: Akhmed, Andrey and Arseny. They’ve come from all different parts of Russia to study in Moscow. Here they enjoy their independence, and learn what it means to manage on their own.
Danger is these guys' middle name. Dealing with life hazards on a daily basis, these bomb disposal specialist say: 'Only idiots are not afraid. If you're not scared you better look for another job'. The Bomb Squad's everyday life on RTDoc.
Television behind bars? It’s no joke. It’s a channel created by inmates, for inmates. These jailbirds have dedicated themselves to building their own TV channel to broadcast news and stories of daily life in prison. It’s a unique project that helps them pass the time and deal with the tribulations of prison life.
This series takes a look inside the walls of a hospice. Its patients are both young and old, and range from pilots to artists. They all have incredible life stories to tell and something to live for. The strength to fight their illnesses is nurtured by the dedicated staff who are always there to help.
Working at a mine is hard and oftentimes dangerous. It involves dealing with heavy machinery and explosions. It also involves a joint collaboration of professionals with different skills and jobs. Many of them are women. Meet the ladies who do what many would consider a job reserved for tough men.
Anna Smirnova is a trader with 20 years' experience under her belt. But the economic crisis hit her business hard. Now she has to come up with a solution that will help her stay afloat. But she’s in a race against time and her competitors. Join RTD to find out if she’s got what it takes.
Roll up, roll up, it’s the famous Russian circus! A magical world of fun and childhood dreams with its weird and wonderful inhabitants; Illusionists, acrobats, and of course, clowns. They’ll surprise, amuse and entertain you. For anyone who’s always dreamed of running away to the circus, this is your chance!
Pets are our friends, helpers and a constant source of joy. But when
they get sick they need our help. This compelling series provides an
inside glimpse at the work of a veterinary clinic where people dedicate
their lives to caring for animals large and small, domestic and even
wild. Watch soon.
The Polar Star's crew must spend their days handling massive equipment on a man-made island in a vast, bone-chilling subarctic sea. Fortunes and careers are riding on their ability to locate a new source of gas before winter closes in.
They've got no home, no hope and no love. Life spat them out of its course and now instead of struggling for a place under the sun they struggle for a roof over their heads and a piece of bread. Some of them have accepted that the rest of their days are going to pass on the streets and some's hopes still linger on of getting back into the groove.
People call them handicapped, yet they dance the Rumba. Is this even possible? The answer is an unequivocal ‘YES!’ Heated competition, professional conflict and, of course, love – those are the only things that matter to true artists.
In this new series dads are left to their own devices as they attempt to combine going on a journey to Karelia with taking care of their numerous kids.
Downside Up is a centre in Moscow that provides support for children with Down syndrome and their families. It helps kids to develop their abilities and communication skills. Here, both children and their parents feel welcome, in a stark contrast from an often unaccepting society.
With the little village of Sennoye’s only school facing closure because there weren’t enough pupils, its three teachers decided to increase the number of village children by adopting more.
Because of their disease, they became social outcasts. For centuries,
people suffering from leprosy have been feared and avoided, ostracised
and locked away for life. Even today, those inflicted by this crippling
illness often spend years in leper colonies. This series eavesdrops on
the life of patients in one specialist hospital.
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