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Docu-Reality Series 10 November 2014 15 2349
This unique series will introduce you to the work done at an iron ore mine. In a job like that you can't do without explosions and some seriously cool heavy machinery. This job is both tough and dangerous, but it’s also very important and someone has to do it. Meet the quarry workers of Kachkanar in the Urals region and watch them compete for the highest results in iron ore mining. Watch the film in Russian.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.