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The Missing Cryptoqueen
Dr Ruja Ignatova persuaded millions to join her financial revolution. Then she disappeared. Why? Jamie Bartlett presents a story of greed, deceit and herd madness.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 3,547 ratings
Amazing journalism
Title says it all. This was a great investigative piece. I binged the entire thing at work.
FunkyBananaFruit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/04/20
At first I thought it was a fiction... I laughed about the gullible Scottish woman investing her savings and the larger than life Igor with his Italian wife. I thought it was really well written... only to realize after four episodes that they were real! It was all true! I sort of got caught in...Read full review »
guillaumead via Apple Podcasts · France · 06/30/20
Prekerig met weinig focus
Interssant onderwerp, maar ik mis focus en redactie in deze podcast. Veel informatie wordt eindeloos vaak herhaald en is te fragmentarisch opgenomen. Ook is het af en toe op het prekerige af (ik begrijp na vijf afleveringen wel dat Ignatova een boef is). Een goede eindredacteur had dit tot vijf...Read full review »
huskyr via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 06/28/20
Recent Episodes
The final episode takes an unexpected twist. Presenter: Jamie Bartlett Producer: Georgia Catt Additional Research: Ignatius Bahizi Editor: Philip Sellars Original music and sound design: Phil Channell Original Music and vocals: Dessislava Stefanova and the London Bulgarian Choir
Published 11/04/19
Published 11/04/19
Could Dr Ruja and the missing billions be hidden in plain sight? A number of small leads seem to be pointing to one place. Presenter: Jamie Bartlett Producer: Georgia Catt Editor: Philip Sellars Original music and sound design: Phil Channell Original Music and vocals: Dessislava Stefanova and...
Published 10/28/19
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