Seva Novgorodsev

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Seva Novgorodsev
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Seva Novgorodsev in the BBC World Service studios in 2006
Born (1940-07-09) July 9, 1940 (age 74)
Leningrad
Occupation Radio presenter
Website
seva.ru

Seva Novgorodsev MBE[1] (Russian: Се́ва Новгоро́дцев, which is a pseudonym, his real name being Vsevolod Borisovich Levenstein (Всеволод Борисович Левенштейн), born on 9 July 1940) is a radio presenter on the BBC Russian Service, and is famous through the former Soviet Union.

He created the music programme «Рок-посевы» ("Rock sowing" or "Rock crops", in Russian containing a pun with the name Seva) and the chat shows «Севаоборот» (Sevaoborot, a pun with the Russian word sevooborot, "crop rotation") and «БибиСева» (BBSeva). He has also written the books «Рок-Посевы» (Rock the Seva way) and «Секс, наркотики, рок-н-ролл» (Sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll).

He was Russia's first radio deejay, and he has also features in a number of films. Since 1981 he married actress Karen Craig, with whom he co-wrote a Russian cookbook for Sainsbury's in 1990,[2] but they later divorced. He is now married to Olga, who is a designer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Knights Bachelor : Knighthoods" (PDF). Web.archive.org. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 
  2. ^ Karen Craig; Seva Novgorodsev. "The Cooking of Russia (Sainsbury Cookbook Series) Paperback – 1990". Amazon.com. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 

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