There are many Armenians born far from their Motherland. They came to Armenia – to their home, either due to certain circumstances, or with a special intention to fulfillthe dream of their own or their fathers. Every single program of TV series called “Towards Home” presents one story of homecoming.
 
Frequency: Every Sunday, at 22:05
Rerun:Tuesday, at 16:20

Vigen Hovsepyan


Vigen moved to Spain in 2001 with his family. After graduating the school he took up music. He has played in Barselona Ethnic ensemble. He returned to Armenia after he met his future wife. “Today Yerevan has changed greatly, I hope we will soon build such an Armenia where we can invite everyone back with high spirits”.  

Nare Bejanyan


Nare Bejanyan is an alpinist, she returned to Armenia from Doni Rostov. She confesses that it’s not easy to live in Armenia; she is often distressed. When she is ready to go back, the mountains come to help… 
 

Arthur Kuyumjian, Raffi Kuyumjian


Kuyumjians family moved from Syria to Armenia and had to start everything from zero.Today, they think Armenia is the only place to live fully. They are happy that they make part of Armenia and no one can ever take them out of their house. 
 

Armen Khachatryan, Arpi Kojayan


Armen and Arpi moved to Armenia from London. Arpi realized her dream – she is dancing in the State Dance Ensemble.
For them, living in Armenia has many advantages. "We want to assure all those who are surprised that you can live in Armenia, work and be happy." 
 

 

Nune Malakyan, Artem Tadevosyan


Nune and Artem decided to return to Armenia after many years of living in Moscow. It took them only a short time to get involved in the Armenian reality. In Armenian Nune dropped her profession of ophthalmologist and took up the art of eyeglasses, while Artem started dealing with dried fruit production. “For us it is important to get involved in the construction of the country where our children should leave, which is why exactly we decided to return to Armenia”. 

Roffi Petrossian


Roffi Petrossian is half Armenian, half American. He always had the feeling of incompleteness. In 31 he made a decision to come to Armenia and understand what doest it mean to be Armenian. He is in Armenia for already 4 years, traveling from north to south, from west to east, and trying to reveal his own story that he would want to pass to his children. 

Grace Bardakjian


“All I have today – family, profession, friends, I have obtained them all here, and I am not going to leave anywhere”. 
Grace came to Armenia with her family from the US, back in 1990s. She is a musician by profession; she has become proficient in English-Armenian simultaneous interpretation. 
 

Shahe Harutyunian


Years ago Shahe Harutyunian came to Armenia to study and went back. However, the longing for his homeland brought him back againg. He has built a house in the midst of mountains, on the foot of Aragats, planted trees and called it “my little Armenia”. He assures that Armenia is the only place where he can live. 

Hasmik Movsisian


Hasmik Movsisian moved to Armenian from the Great Britain. The organization Music of Armenia established in 2008 moved to Armenia together with Hasmik. Hasmik is sure that Armenia has so much to present to the world in the area of music and is happy to be active part of that process...

Vahe Tilbian


Vahe Tilbian is from Ethiopia. After his inclusion in the team representing Armenia in Eurovision 2015 he decided to move to his homeland...
 

Nairi Melkomian, Gabriel Meghruni


Nairi moved to Armenia from Iran, Gabriel – from Argentina. They got married here and live in Armenia. Gabriel is half-Arab and works as water-supply engineer. “We often argue about our approaches to Armenia. I haven’t moved to Armenia yet, there are many things here I don’t get along with. I still feel myself as Argentine and ofter think of returning there, however Nairi keeps me back. Anyway, I am glad that my children grow up in Armenia”, - says Gabriel.
 

Perch Karazian


Perch Karazian moved to Armenia from Aleppo. He is the soloists of Opera Theatre. “I’ve been to many stages of the world, but the most precious thing in the world is the applause I get from the Armenian audience.”