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From Sochi to Yerevan

March 14, 2014

Russia Today – From Moscow to Magadan (7 x 45’), From Moscow to Murmansk (8 x 45’), From Sochi to Yerevan (6 x 45’)

In From Moscow to Magadan journalist Jelle Brandt Corstius travels around modern Russia and its satellite states in a quest for authentic and interesting stories that dominate the lives of ordinary Russians. Speaking Russian fluently, Jelle travels from the west to the east part of Russia and visits the endless Russian countryside and villages. In the second series From Moscow to Murmansk, Jelle travels from north to south, along Russia’s biggest river, the Wolga. A journey that carries us through unknown cities such as Murmansk, Volgograd, Nizjni and Novgorod. In the third series From Sochi to Yerevan Jelle manages again to reveal an unknown side of Russia today.

From Moscow to Magadan

October 14, 2013

In this entertaining series author and host Jelle Brandt Corstius travels around modern Russia and its satellite states in a quest for authentic and interesting stories that dominate the lives of ordinary Russians today. In the first series he travels from the west to the east part of Russia and visits the endless Russian countryside and villages.

From Moscow to Murmansk

October 14, 2013

In the second series, the sequel to season 1 From Moscow to Magadan, Jelle Brandt Corstius travels from north to south, along Russia’s biggest river, the Wolga. A journey that carries us through unknown cities such as Murmansk, Volgograd, Nizjni Novgorod. This series is brought from the Russian perspective and the ideological vacuum, in which again Jelle manages to highlight an unknown side of Russia. Jelle for example visits the city Dzerzhinsk, one of the most polluted cities of the world. The factories are causing a high degree of pollution and the average life expectancy is forty-two years.