And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth….And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
The author and host of the TV series “Day 6” is a priest. He takes interest in the attitude of an Armenian today towards life, Christian ethics, universal values. The guests of pavilion include men of art, science, politics, economics, education and media, who are zealous for the Armenian Church, Christian faith and share their concerns about complicated and problematic issues, related to organizing public life, with the hosting priest. 
 
Frequency: Every Saturday, at 22:00
Rerun: Monday, at 13:30

guest: Lusine Simonyan


Day 6 hosts the Director of Child Development Foundation Lusine Simonyan. 
 

guest: Davit Safaryan


“International Film Festival “Golden Apricot” every year brings us one step closer to the international film production processes, make Armenia recognizable in the global film map, while making film world filmmaking tendencies to the Armenian viewers”. 
The TV program “Day 6” hosts filmmaker Davit Safaryan, Chairman of Armenian Panorama competition jury, 14th International Film Festival “Golden Apricot”.
 

guest: Hayk Khemchyan


It’s been 5 years since the foster family institute is enforced in Armenia. The program is implemented in Armenia by UNICEF, USAID and the Ministry of Social Issues. Foster family shelters the parentless child, where he/she receives family nurturing, love and warmth. In the meanwhile, efforts are made to contact the biological family of the child and return the child to their family when he/she turns 18. 

guest: Inga Harutyunyan


“Lie, broken promises, contradictions in words and acts, cynicism: all these are deeper highlighted in the context of pre-election contests. But what worries most, is the public indifference, the frustration of an individual who was made important for one moment”.
The TV program hosts psychologist Inga Harutyunyan. 
 

guest: Narine Tukhikyan


The TV program hosts Narine Tukhikyan, Director of Hovhannes Tumanyan House-Museum. “It’s quite possible that the involvement of women in foreign policy doesn’t bring about many changes, despite the existence of a number of female leaders in the world, however, their involvement in public life causes enormous changes to take place.”
 

 

guest: Gevorg Danielyan, part 2


“An institution of independent experts should be established, who will elaborate new laws within the scope of public and state order. We should also make use of international legal experts, since most of ours work in state agencies and are often constrained”. Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts the Dean of Constitutional Chair in the YSU, Doctor of the Science of Law, professor Gevorg Danielyan. 

 

guest: Gevorg Danielyan, part 1


“Most of the church-owned property, including almost all manuscripts of  Matenadaran were so called “nationalized” during Bolshevik Revolution and became state property up till nowadays. Those who demand the Church to pay taxes, should first of all claim full compensation of losses, and the taxes will make only tiny part of the losses suffered by the Church”. Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts the Dean of Constitutional Chair in the YSU, Doctor of the Science of Law, professor Gevorg Danielyan. 

guest: Hayk Kotanjyan


Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the establishement of the RA Armed Forces, Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts the Head of Institute for National Strategic Studies of the RA Ministry of Defense, Major-General Hayk Kotanjyan. 
 

 

guest: Harutyun Mesrobyan


“Only a national pro-state psycology can straighten the situation.” Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts management expert Harutyun Mesrobyan. 
 

guest: Hayk Martirosyan: part 2


“All rebels in Syria are Islamic extremists. They promoted establishment of religious states, which they presented to the world as an attempt to institute democracy. The bitter consequences are obvious.” Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts political scientist Hayk Martirosyan. 

 

guest: Hayk Martirosyan, part 1


“All rebels in Syria are Islamist extremists. They were the ones to boost the establishment of religious statehoods, and presented it to the world as an attempt of setting democracy, yet the mischievous outcome of that attempt is obvious.” Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts political analyst Hayk Martirosyan.  

 

guest: Hakob Simonyan


The royal tomb located in Aghdzk settlement is the only historical cultural monument preserved in the region where bodies of royal descents rest. Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian hosts the leader of Aghdzk archaeological expedition, Deputy Director of Research Center for Historical-Cultural Legacy Hakob Simonyan.