Valery, Boris and Ulana risk their lives and reputations to expose the truth about Chernobyl.
Did You Know?
The episode title "Vichnaya Pamyat" is Ukrainian for "Memory Eternal". It is a hymn intoned during Ukrainian Orthodox Christian church Funeral or Memorial Litiyas/prayers for the deceased. In Ukrainian Orthodox parishes the Liturgy and prayers are usually in Ukrainian while in parishes belonging to the Moscow Patriarchate, the Liturgy and services are in Church Slavonic. In these services "Memory Eternal" is pronounced "Vechnaya Pamyat".
This hymn is heard at the end of the episode. See more
Plastic windows did not exist back in 1986 in USSR. Road markings are also clearly of twenty-first century style. See more
[twelve hours before the explosion
I hear they might promote Bryukhanov. This little problem we have with the safety test, if it's completed successfully, yes, I think promotion is very likely. Who knows, maybe Moscow. Naturally they'll put me in charge once he's gone.
Vechnaya Pamyat (Memory Eternal)
Performed by Homin Lviv Municipal Choir See more