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2005年7-10月 TRT THE VOICE OF TURKEY PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE より

2005年7-10月 TRT THE VOICE OF TURKEY PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE より
2005年7-10月 TRT THE VOICE OF TURKEY PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE

TRT TSR

THE VOICE OF TURKEY
PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE
01.07.200-531.12-2005

Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror
(1432-1481)


2005年7-10月 TRT THE VOICE OF TURKEY PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE
Dear Friends of the Voice of Turkey,
The Voice of Turkey‘s third broadcasting term begins on July 1, 2005. As the staff of the Voice of Turkey, we avail ourselves of this opportunity to renew to you our best wishes and our assurances of our highest consideration. It is indeed of crucial importance for us to have your feedback on our programming, which is designed to keep you abreast of what is happening in Turkey and in this part of the world. We consider it our duty to be impartial in our broadcasts, especially in issues of ticklish nature, regardless of whether they particularly concern Turkey or not. We try to concentrate on Turkey in its capacity as a candidate getting prepared to enter the EU and as a country boasting a dynamic young population and a rich potential in almost all fields.
We presume that you have noticed the diversity of Turkish culture and the colorful texture of the climate making Turkey what it is through the feature programmes we have broadcast so far. Today, Yesterday and Forever, Turkish Sport in the Republican Era, Turkey: A Paradise of Health Spas and Turkey Through Their Eyes are some of these programmes and you have enjoyed them as far as your letters to us are concerned. We will continue to be with you in the forthcoming terms with these programmes and with some additional ones such as Identity in Iraq and Witnesses to the Past, which we hope will live up to our goal of making you genuinely acquainted with the culture of a land which was home to a multitude of civilizations.
Your feedback tells us that Turkish music, as ever, is a favourite slot in our transmissions. The forthcoming terms will see the music segments being the staple element of our broadcasts, which will also include some special features marking important days in Turkey‘s history and in that of the world. Tuesday nights’ Live from Turkey are echoed by Thursday afternoons’ Live from Turkey, the second aIl—live broadcast we introduced in 2005 in consideration of demands for more listener participation. We preen ourselves on hosting these two live segments which highlight your participation and your contribution as a strong factor of enrichment.
We want you to know that your ideas, your views and your criticisms of our broadcasts are precious. And they will unchangingly remain so for us as it is on you that we rely in terms of whatever we plan to do to render the VOT broadcasts more appealing.

Sincerely Yours,
Voice of Turkey

2005年7-10月 TRT THE VOICE OF TURKEY PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE
"TURKS: A JOURNEY OF 1000 YEARS, 600-1600" EXHIBITION
The "Turks: A Journey of 1000 Years, 600—1600" exhibition opened at the London Royal Academy of Ans on January 22nd 2005. After remaining open for two and a half months, it closed on April 12th.
3000 people visited the exhibition every day, amounting to a total of 250 thousand people by April. This made it one of the five most popular exhibitions ever to be put on at the Royal Academy of Arts. In its coverage of the exhibition, the reputable New York Times used the headline “Turkey rings Europe's door with a thousand years of culture".
350 examples of art from the Uigur, Seljuk and Ottoman periods of Turkish history were on display at the exhibition, which was the first in Britain to shed a light on this period of Turkish history and culture.
The works of art on display reflected the extraordinary civilisations created during the thousand-year history of the Turks stretching from Central Asia to Istanbul. They included items from the Topkapi Palace Museum and the Istanbul Turkish and Islamic Works Museum, as well as items from the private collections of 37 people and organisations from 11 countries across Europe and the United States. Many of the items were priceless, and had never left Istanbul.
Among the items on display was a 13th century Seljuk carpet, brought from a mosque built in Konya by the Seljuk Sultan Aleaddin Keykubat. There was also a 30—metre roll of parchment from the Timur Kingdom of the 1400s featuring architectural drawings relating to the construction of a uniquely Turkmen vault. The Ottoman items included Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror's armoured robe; a 2.5-metre wooden door, complete with mosaics, used for the entrance to Murat |Il’s harem; the dagger of Selim I, complete with crystal and turquoise inlaying; Selim II's embroidered caftan collar; and Sultan Siileyman the Magnificent's ceremonial sword. Also among the items was the largest China porcelain set from outside China, which was brought in especially from Topkapi Palace.


Incense burner, second half 16th century
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