And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth….And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
The author and host of the TV series “Day 6” is a priest. He takes interest in the attitude of an Armenian today towards life, Christian ethics, universal values. The guests of pavilion include men of art, science, politics, economics, education and media, who are zealous for the Armenian Church, Christian faith and share their concerns about complicated and problematic issues, related to organizing public life, with the hosting priest. 
Frequency: Every Saturday, at 22:00
Rerun: Monday, at 13:30

guest: Christineh Hovhannisyan

Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargaryan hosts literary critic, teacher of Armenian language and literature in “AYB” school Christineh Hovhannisyan. The teacher holds her own viewpoints on the decisions targeting education reforms. 

guest: Ruben Melkonyan part 1

Ruben Melkonyan, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Studies in YSU, expert in Turkish studies, explains the interest and warm attitude towards the Armenian visit of the Pope of Rome first of all by the fact that on April 2015 Vatican offered a Divine Liturgy to commemorate the victims of the Armenian Genocide. The same day Pope Francis declared Saint Gregory of Narek (Grigor Narekatsi) a Doctor of the Universal Church under the holy ceremony of the Roman Catholic Church. 

guest: Ruben Melkonyan part 2

Ruben Melkonyan, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Studies in YSU, expert in Turkish studies, continues to discuss the reflections on the visit of the Pope of Rome to Armenia and current status of relations between the Armenian Apostolic and Roman Catholic Churches in the  pavilion of Day 6. 


guest: Father Vahram Melikyan

Pope Francis turned to the believers with a request to pray for his upcoming visit to Armenia. 
Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts Father Vahram Melikyan, the Director of Mother See Information Office in the pavilion of Day 6. The subject of the conversation was the visit of the Pope of Rome, Francis I to Armenia from June 24-26.


guest: Davit Hovhannisyan

Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian hosts Davit Hovhannisyan, expert in Arabic and Islamic studies. His academic studies focus on the development of conceptual approaches to the role of Armenians in the context of modern world challenges. 
Davit Hovhannisyan is a member of a number of international organizations, including for International American Studies Association, TRANSCEND International Academy.


guest: Anna Alexanyan

“It is a rather complex issue to identify and evaluate domestic violence towards children: people prefer not to talk about it, or even negate that they exercise violence to children either at home or in public”. Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian hosts specialist of the children rights protection Anna Alexanyan. 


guest: Ara Galoyan part 2

“It goes without saying that truth is agony. The truth is also knowledge with contains grief”. In the second part of the conversation dedicated to the consecration of the Holy Week and Resurrection, journalist Ara Galoyan and Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian talk about issues related to the recognition of truth. 

guest: Ara Galoyan part 1

Day 6 pavillion hosts Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian’s guest journalist Ara Galoyan. The topic of the conversation is the sacrament of the Holy Week, the significance it has in a Christian’s life from early times on up to ourdays. “It is nothing but symbolic that the Feast of Holy Resurrection coincides with spring, and every bursting bud, every blossom that flowers shows the miracle of Creation”, - says Ara Galoyan. 

guest: Davit Amalyan

“You don’t have to recite stentorian speeches from tribunes, all you have to do is to love your family, remember the soldier protecting the borders”. Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts singer and composer Davit Amalyan. 

guest: Tigran Sirunyan

Language is a memory, it is a vital instrument for forging independence and identity. How do we nourish ourselves from that enormous cognitive and spiritual heritage our language posseses? The conversation of Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian and linguist Tigran Sirunyan addresses the sacramental and applied significance of language.

guest: Susanna Harutyunyan

Despite the poor social and economic conditions of Armenia, today Armenia is ranked among the countries with low child mortality indicators. Why it is so and what do these indicators imply? Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts the Chairwoman of healthcare NGO “Trust”, member of Alliance for the Health of Mother and Child board, pediatrician Susanna Harutyunyan. 

guest: Ralph Yirikian

“Culture is a mode of self-expression, which helps emphasize the uniqueness and national identity”. Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts General Manager of VivaCell-MTS Ralph Yirikian.