Twentieth century heritage (1999) 20.03.1999

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Cronkite Walter answers the host's question, what is most memorable in life.

Cronkite W. about interviews with US presidents.

Photos and videos of US Presidents Eisenhower, Reagan, Carter, Bush.

Cronkite U. He did not take a single interview with Soviet leaders, although he wrote letters to the Kremlin many times.

Chronicle: panorama of Moscow.

Presenter about Cronkite's work in Moscow.

Chronicle: Khrushchev N.S. at a meeting with foreign journalists.

Photo of Khrushchev's press group, journalists Safikov, Adjubey, Kharlamov, Goryunov.

Photo: Associated Press correspondent in Moscow Henry Shapiro.

Cronkite U. about the similarity of the sense of humor among the citizens of the USSR and the USA and about the relations of peoples.

Kamenev Valentin about Walter Cronkite.

Cronkite U. about the disclosure in the Soviet media of the characteristics of the American people and the US government.

The presenter talks about the strict line in Soviet propaganda about the attitude towards the American people and the US government.

Soviet newspapers did not call the American people the enemy.

Maura Reynolds on the confrontation between the USSR and the USA.

Cronkite W. on the influence and role of the US media on relations between countries at the present time.

Cronkite U. about his preference for running television programs and the profession of a news anchor.

Kondrashov S.N. about mass media.

Cronkite U. about the qualities of a news anchor, mandatory work experience, confidence in colleagues.

Kondrashov S.N. about the qualities of Cronkite U. as a presenter.

Cronkite W. about commentators and analysts on television.

U. Cronkite answers the question of what criteria he is guided by when preparing TV programs.

Cronkite U. talks about the hosts of TV programs who put themselves above others.

The presenter gives Cronkite a Soviet soldier's belt.

U. Cronkite speaks about the feat of the Soviet people during the Great Patriotic War.

The host congratulates Cronkite U. on the 40th anniversary of his work at CBS and the 50th anniversary of his wedding.

Presenter about the media in Russia and the USA.

Reynolds M., Gordon Michael, Alexander Bessmertnykh on the quality of US television news.


W. Cronkite is an American television journalist and television presenter, best known as the permanent host of the CBS evening news for 19 years from 1962 to 1981.
Khrushchev N.S. - Soviet statesman and politician, 1st Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (1953-1964), Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR (1958-1964).
Kamenev V. - Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia.
M. Reynolds is a correspondent of the Moscow Bureau of the Los Angeles Times newspaper.
Kondrashov S.N. is a Soviet and Russian international journalist, political commentator of the Izvestia newspaper.
Gordon M. is the head of the Moscow bureau of the New York Times newspaper.
A. Bessmertnykh - former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR, President of the Foreign Policy Association.