Prescription free drugs, Ebola and Halloween. Trick or Treat!

Prescription free medications available at Moscow pharmacies – the pros and cons. Are disabled people getting more attention from the city authorities? Are average Muscovites concerned about Ebola? And should Russian people celebrate Halloween?

// Oct. 31, 2014 - 15:00 GMT


In Moscow's Air Tonight: Lights, Lasers and the Smell of Something Burning

Moscow‚ôs burning! How serious is it? The Fourth Annual International ‚úCircle of Light‚Ě festival and the present mood in the city. What‚ôs it like being a young Russian living and studying in London? Crime in Moscow – how to stay safe? And last but not least, inter-ethnic marriages in Russia. </p>

// Oct. 17, 2014 - 17:00 GMT


Lenin, Stalin and Darth Vader

The first ever comic-con in Moscow. What do young and old Muscovites think about it? How good are Moscow students at their country‚ôs history? What did Radio Moscow look like back in the 1980-s? Plus ‚úQuotes from our Parents‚Ě and listeners‚ô letters. </p>

// Oct. 10, 2014 - 17:00 GMT


Journeys Around the Moscow Countryside

The Konstantin Paustovskiy museum in the Moscow Kuzminki park. Do Muscovites care about Soviet literature? Moscow region resort hotels are making a comeback. Are they popular with Muscovites and why? Nataly and Vasily recall how they joined Radio Moscow World Service almost 35 years ago. What did it mean to them? The enigmatic Russian character. Are all Russians stern and unfriendly?

// Oct. 03, 2014 - 12:00 GMT


Moscow 2014. Love It or Hate It?

Indian summer in Moscow and the countryside. Learn about problems facing the Russian capital. ‚úQuotes from our parents‚Ě ‚ďthings our parents used to tell us. Typical Russian text messages and listeners‚ô letters. </p>

// Sep. 27, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


From Moscow to St. Petersburg and Back, Mushrooms and Plagiarism

Vasily visits St. Petersburg and shares his impressions, while Nataly goes mushroom hunting and tells you about this Russian frenzy. Music plagiarism ‚ď who steals from whom? Catch phrases used by our parents, and listeners‚ô letters. </p>

// Sep. 22, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


Big Macs, the Bolshoi Theater and Plane Spotting

The Russian Federal Service for Consumer Protection and Welfare closes several McDonald‚ôs restaurants. How popular is plane spotting in Russia? What are Bolshoi Theater‚ôs plans for the coming season? And what was the Soviet/Russian summer residence, or dacha, on Maryland‚ôs Eastern Shore like? </p>

// Aug. 29, 2014 - 19:55 GMT


Parking, Passports and Prohibition

In this edition of From Moscow with Love its hosts Vasily Strelnikov and Nataly Stefanova will tell you about Vasily‚ôs ‚úParking Permit Passions‚Ě, his attempt to avoid criminal charges, Nataly's adventures on a suburban train, and Muscovites‚ô attitude to prohibition. Plus ‚ď our new segment ‚úQuotes from our Parents‚Ě and listeners‚ô letters. </p>

// Aug. 25, 2014 - 18:50 GMT


The Bolshoi, Nuclear Bunkers and Coke

Those hot and crazy days of summer. Nataly is losing her mind, Vasily is hiding in a downtown Moscow nuclear bunker, and Mickey Rourke is looking for a T-shirt and a good fight.

// Aug. 16, 2014 - 14:00 GMT


Poison, Witchdoctors and Heatwaves

This week, Natasha has severe poisoning. One may think it is food that has gone bad in the midst of the current heatwave. But, surprisingly, it turned out to be‚copper oxide! We tell you all about it, as it may happen to anyone listening in. </p>

// Aug. 13, 2014 - 11:34 GMT