“Pozner” is an interview-program. Vladimir Pozner asks questions to politicians, public persons and workers of culture, arts, science and sports. Interview can be either devoted to remarkable events of the week or diverted from them.
Program interview can be either devoted to remarkable events of the week or diverted from them.
The host considers rubric “vox populi” (the voice of the people) to be obligatory condition of each episode. Guests are answer questions asked by people from the street (the place of poll-taking is not announced beforehand) or by the Channel One site population.
Vladimir Pozner’s guests are people famous in various spheres, starting from politics up to sports and cinema.
The most important thing is that they are of interest of both the host and the audience. Viewers can suggest any person of their interest to the host and make questions they’d like to ask him or her. Each episode has the rubric “the voice of the people” where questions to a guest are asked by random people from the street. Vladimir Pozner has had such guests as German Grek, Vladislav Tret’yak, Mikhail Gorbachev, Joseph Kobson, Alexander Gordon, Garik Sukachev, Victor Vekselberg and Mikhail Prokhorov.