The Forest

Sima Tsykskin, a Russian broadcaster for SBS Radio, based in Melbourne, Australia, speaks the unfamiliar terms and names from Alexander Ostrovsky’s The Forest.


A PDF document, containing the original formatting of the author, can be found here.

The following names and places of Alexander Ostrovsky’s The Forest were recorded in Melbourne, Australia on 14th July 2006 with Sima Tsykskin, a Russian broadcaster for SBS Radio, based in Melbourne.

SIMA TSYSKIN
Born in Tallinn, Estonia( USSR), studied Russian Language and Literature
at Tartu State University.
Before leaving USSR, she worked in a newspaper “Vecherny Tallinn.”
She arrived to Australia in 1979 and since this time was actively involved in ethnic press and radio.
She worked in the Russian program of SBS Radio (Formerly 3EA)since July 1981.
Her personal areas of interest lie in world politics, classical and popular music, visual arts,
Russian literature and poetry. Currently – acting Head of Group of Melbourne team.
http://www9.sbs.com.au/radio/language.php?page=who&language=Russian

Raisa Pavlovna Gurmyzhskaya
Aksinya Danilovna (Aksyusha)
Yevgeniy Apollonych Milonov
Uar Kirilych Bodayev
Ivan Petrovich Vosmibratov
Pyotr
Aleksey Sergeyevich Bulanov
Karp
Ulita
Gennadiy Neschastlivtsev
Arkadiy Schastlivtsev
Nizhiny
Lyskovo
Kazan
Arkashka
Gennadiy Dem’yanych
Vologda
Kerch
Poltara
Ilinskaya
Pyatigorsk
Kishinyov
Kostroma
Stavropol
Tiflis
Kremenchug
Arkadiy
Lebedyan
Nikolai Rybakov
Bichevkin
Lyapunov
Fidlyer
Ulita
Pyotr

 

The recording was made by Geraldine Cook, one of IDEA’s associate editors for
Australia. Running time: 00:01:30