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On Air. Pain and Pride.

On Air (01.30, 09.30, 19.30)
On May 7, the Day of Radio is celebrated in Russia. For Russians radio is more than just an entertainment or the source of the latest information. It can also be a sport or the way of sharing you own ideas. The Navy uses radio widely for different aims. And if you don’t want to listen to others you can create your own radio station, broadcast and meet new friends with a help of it. Discover more about the history and creation of the first radio and it’s popularity in modern Russia in the On Air documentary.
Pain and Pride (05.30, 17.30, 21.30)
The Pain and Pride documentary is scheduled for Victory Day, which celebrates the end of World War II on May 9. The hero of the documentary used to be a military pilot. After his aircraft was brought down he was held prisoner of war by the Germans. He was in three different concentration camps and was sentenced to death by firing squad. He used someone else’s name and escaped on one of the Luftwaffe’s best aircraft, with nine other prisoners on board. Find out more about his extraordinary life, in the Pain and Pride documentary.