Sunday, September 1, 2013

World-famous chess player Karpov among organisers of Russia-wide street clean-up


Russia is preparing for a mass clean-up this Saturday. Thousands of people in different regions will hit the streets to pick up rubbish and sweep the boulevards. Among the organisers of the event is the world-famous chess player Anatoly Karpov. He is currently a Duma deputy and a member of the parliament's Ecological Committee. Earlier, Neil talked to him to find out what got him interested in environmental issues. Get more of PTR on our website http://rt.com/programs/prime-time-russia FOLLOW us on Twitter http://twitter.com/PrimeTimeRussia LIKE us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PrimeTimeRussia Prime Time Russia is the first TV show for an English-speaking audience in Russia. Weekdays from 8-9pm: the latest news, politics, business, sport and cultural events discussed live. A Russian survival guide, venue reviews -- even business start-up advice.

Expats' Views on News: Strike on Syria coming?


Prime Time heads to the pub for a chinwag with expats about the week's main events. And wielding his mic for us is the man with the hardest job at RT, our professional socialiser Martyn Andrews. Get more of PTR on our website http://rt.com/programs/prime-time-russia FOLLOW us on Twitter http://twitter.com/PrimeTimeRussia LIKE us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PrimeTimeRussia Prime Time Russia is the first TV show for an English-speaking audience in Russia. Weekdays from 8-9pm: the latest news, politics, business, sport and cultural events discussed live. A Russian survival guide, venue reviews -- even business start-up advice.

Christine Otsver shares secrets of creative photography with RT


Prime Time's cultural expert Martyn Andrews talked to creative photographer Christine Otsver. Get more of PTR on our website http://rt.com/programs/prime-time-russia FOLLOW us on Twitter http://twitter.com/PrimeTimeRussia LIKE us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PrimeTimeRussia Prime Time Russia is the first TV show for an English-speaking audience in Russia. Weekdays from 8-9pm: the latest news, politics, business, sport and cultural events discussed live. A Russian survival guide, venue reviews -- even business start-up advice.

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