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Navalny’s Funeral: Is protest dead in Putin’s Russia?
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4.7 stars from 1,591 ratings
Typically high quality product from BBC. In a dry media landscape, BBC is like an oasis. The podcast is informative and strikes a good balance between factual and emotional perspectives. Steven Z from New Zealand
Legal Aid Lion via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 02/29/24
This has to be, the most important podcast, yet. Have listened to every episode since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and it stops me in my tracks or reduces me to tears, almost every time. The information and quality of journalism is outstanding and always balanced and shows as far as is...Read full review »
nettymore via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/24/24
Main stream propaganda
I listened to every episode for a long, long time to stay informed and get an idea of the developing situation. I tried to ignore a few cringeworthy attempts from the pod at playing some emotional strings that struck me really bizarre and propagandistic. Add to this, the commentary from the men...Read full review »
Rommel CT via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/14/24
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Published 03/01/24
There were unprecedented scenes at Alexei Navalny’s funeral in Moscow on Friday, as thousands turned out to pay their respects to the dead opposition leader. But will there be consequences? And can people meaningfully protest in modern-day Russia? We hear from one woman who’s previously been...
Published 03/01/24
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Published 02/27/24
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