What stories do Russians want to see?
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BBC Pop Up: What stories do Russians want to see?

The BBC Pop Up team has landed in Moscow. They will travel across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway over the next few weeks, filming stories recommended through social media and in person.

Adoption, cancer care and Russian country houses are just three of the dozens of topics that viewers around the world have already sent. The Pop Up team will turn some of these ideas into short films this month in Russia.

On Tuesday evening in central Moscow, residents met the Pop Up team and shared what issues affect their daily lives.

"Tell the truth about Russia, about how people live, about how they relax, about how ordinary people live," one Moscow resident said.

Do you have a story you've always wanted filmed about Russia? Get involved with Pop Up now through their website and send your story ideas to them via Twitter using #bbcpopup or by email at bbcpopup@bbc.co.uk.

  • 18 Aug 2016
  • From the section Europe
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