A tale about one of the speakers forefathers who found bear cubs in the forest and raised them as his pets.
A very short conversation in which the speaker explains how shamans are a thing of the past.
An everyday 1969 conversation between two Forest Enets speakers, from the personal archive of Irina Sorokina.
A conversation between three speakers about different Nenets clans.
A very short monologue by a Nenets speaker about cloudberries.
A short monologue in which a Nenets woman discusses cutting meat and fish and gives simple ways to cook them.
A man explains how one prepares and uses fish glue.
A man speaks of his Enets granddaughter.
A man shows the way to the Red lake.
A man explains how the Enets install the fishing nets.
A man explains how one sets up and installs a traditional tent.
A man explains how to make a traditional lasso.
A man explains how to use a traditional lasso to catch reindeer.
A Forest Enets speaker describes his past life in the Tundra as a reindeer herder and fisherman.
A Forest Enets man talks about idols and describes his grandmother and mother’s idol.
A short conversation between Enets speakers about the Nganasans people, old enemies of their people.
A little Enets tale about a mouse who wants to go to the Tundra on a reindeer.
An Enets speaker explains how to fix fishing nets and discusses good vs. bad fish.
An Enets man recalls his misadventures travelling on a sledge and how he ended up travelling on a reindeer skin.
An Enets speaker tells his granddaughter off.
An Enets man remembers Timka, a lazy boy who would fool his old father not to go fishing.
A Forest Enets speaker discusses the various people found in the region and the language they speak.