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The stage of vaccination against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, measures to combat domestic violence and human trafficking are among the topics addressed on Tuesday at the meeting between the President of the Senate, Anca Dragu, and the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Romania, Füsun Aramaz, on a presentation visit.
Radios are still an integral part of Turkish people's lifestyle despite the emergence of the internet and numerous technological advances such as podcasts, smartphones, and the like, according to research.
Owing to its low cost and easier accessibility, radio is still recognized as one of the most popular and effective means of communication.
İş Sanat brings classic theater works to the stage with its new series titled "Watch from Rehearsal."
The series, which will take place around a table and start with "The Miser' by Molière," will be presented to the audience in a reading rehearsal order.
It can be watched on İş Sanat's social media accounts and website throughout the season starting from Feb. 12 at 8:30 pm.
Alexander Nanau, the director of "colectiv" (Collective), a documentary shortlisted in two categories of the 93rd Academy Awards, says the nomination is the result of the work of a team that has made a film that can compete with the world's best.
The 49th Istanbul Music Festival will meet festival audience in open-air venues from June 3 to 21 June under pandemic measures. The festival, which will take place completely open-air for the first time in its nearly 50 years of history, will offer music lovers a "whole new classical music experience."
The life of Turkey's first elected female mayor, Leyla Atakan, will be made into a film called "Leyla Hanım" (Ms. Leyla), daily Hürriyet has reported.
Actress Naz Elmas will play Atakan in the documentary-film, which will be directed by Mustafa Yılmaz.
"I am very impressed by her courage and conscience and intrigued by her tragic death," said Elmas.