Coronavirus pandemia: Advice from public health professionals

How to self-isolate, what is the social distance, how to maintain one's own and public health in the face of the new coronavirus pandemic? Dean of the Faculty of Public Health of the American University of Armenia Varduhi Petrosyan and cardiologist Tatevik Hovakimyan discuss the topic. The conversation is hosted by Anna Sargsyan.

National Library: from Book Archive to a Preferred Reading Spot

Libraries have long stopped being mere book archives, but rather active communication, literary-cultural interaction platforms. What measures are taken by the National Library of Armenia to address this issue? Hayk Hambardzumyan talked about this topic with Hrach Saribekyan, writer and Director a.i. of the National Library of Armenia.

The History of Cilicia’s Mundanity

What do we know about the history of Cilicia: colossal figures, devastating wars, international relations and trade. Sided by the crucial historical events, we know practically nothing about the history of Cilicia’s mundanity. Who lived in Cilicia, and how did they live, what was the relations between the locals and foreigners, what norms would apply to settle family relations? Hayk Hambardzumyan discussed these issues with historian Zohrab Gevorgyan.

Dali-Picasso: New Plans and Old Problems of the National Gallery

Armenia’s National Gallery will host the exhibition of the works by the two most famous Spaniards of the world – Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. How did the exhibition come to be real, are the exhibits the originals, how can such exhibitions contribute to the development of museums, and how is it ever possible to showcase the old and new treasures in a brand new packaging? Within the scope of the program “Topic”, Hayk Hambardzumyan discussed these issues with Naira Yeghiazaryan, Deputy Director of the National Gallery of Armenia.

Hrant Matevosyan-85: the Language to Read Time

Hrant Matevosyan turned 85. What did Matevosyan’s work produce for his time then, and what does it produce today? Why does our society read Matevosyan so very little? What new layers of the writer's compositions are unveiled through his recently published new works?

Hayk Hambardzumyan talked about these issues with writer, publicist Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan.

Volodya and Lyuda

Volodya and Lyuda have been sharing life for 56 years. They have three children, all of them are married and have left. They live by themselves, yet they do not complain.

Vardan and Emma

"Life is interesting; as the years go by, you are changing, your wife is changing, and you are having children: these are stages to be overcome, yet you have to do it with love and understanding,” believes Vardan Marashlyan.

Sargis and Tatyana

“We look into the mirror and find each other – I see Sako, and Sako sees me.”

Lia Mkhitaryan և Tigran Martirosyan

Lia, Hrant and Mea live like any other happy families do. “We are very happy and I would not want to do anything else, we are home, I am reading a book, Mea is drawing, Hrant is playing. For me, this how I picture an ideal family right now.”


Anna and Steve

Anna and Steve came to know each other in the US. Steve lived there, while Anna was studying. Today along with their three children they live in Armenia.

Arshak and Lusine

Arshak lost his legs in the Artsakh war. He met Lusine at the hospital. And it's been 25 years since they believe they had found each other.

Astghik Amirbekyan and Hrant Hakhverdyan

"When you love, all the problems seem small, and overcoming those empowers us." That's how Astghik and Hrant think.