This is a radio discussion program embracing a large variety of topics. It focuses on the problems of Christian perception of the world, such as the laws of spiritual life, the mysteries and regularities of creation, the rites and messages of the Christian Church, and the Christian understanding of historic development and human thought. The program participants are seeking to find answers to the so-called “eternal” questions that have been posed by great thinkers of the mankind. At the same time, they try to understand those who haven’t seen the light of Christianity throughout their quest for the meaning of life.
He has left only "yan" from his last name. Does this have any relation to ancient eastern yin and yang proto-beginnings? He has staged "Jonathan Livingston Seagull," "Caligula" and "Rhinoceros." What is the reason that in modern literature, even if a character is human, he or she must turn into a moth or a rhinoceros, or an entire animal farm? Why does he think that the creative type he belongs to is dying? The most obliging text that he has popularized by reading was the Lord's Prayer. Is there anything that is omitted in that prayer, according to him? You'll get the answers to these questions in the portrait of film director Vahe Yan.