The Presidential Library’s portal from Monday to Friday in Live broadcasts section provides broadcasting of films, video lectures and tours prepared by the Presidential Library, as well as by leading film studios of the country.
In accordance with the broadcast program, on the eve and on the Day of the Russian Prosecutor's Office, which is celebrated on January 12, users will be able to view the recording of a webinar devoted to a review of the materials of the Presidential Library's electronic collections related to the emergence and development of prosecutorial bodies in Russia. These are various legislative acts, archival materials, portraits of prosecutors general and ministers of justice, as well as scientific studies that show how the organization, powers and procedures of the prosecutor's office have changed over almost three centuries.
Another methodological webinar prepared by the Presidential Library - Marking the 60th anniversary of the launch of the first artificial Earth satellite - tells about the history of space exploration - star atlases, satellite drawings, newspapers with articles about space achievements of different years, anniversary medals, stamps, postcards, icons, as well as fragments of newsreels and films about space, which are available in the library’s collections.
150th Anniversary of the Press Law; The Law on the Press of Alexander II is the topic of the video lecture of the Presidential Library’s educational project Video lecture Knowledge of Russia, which will be broadcast online on the Day of the Russian Press on January 13.
Literature lovers will certainly be interested in the webinar Russian Writers in the Public Service, which will focus on the life and career of G. R. Derzhavin, V. A .Zhukovsky, A. S. Griboyedov and M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin as government officials. This became possible thanks to the archival files, biographical and literary studies, as well as diaries and letters presented at the webinar.
The film Leningradka is dedicated to the memory of the poet, playwright and journalist Olga Bergholz, which will also be shown on the Presidential Library’s portal. The authors of the film will provide the viewer with documents, archival radio recordings and diaries illustrating the dramatic fate of the Muse of besieged Leningrad.
The schedule of broadcasts of films and video lectures for the coming week is available on the Presidential Library’s portal in Live broadcasts section.
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