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Navalny’s Funeral: Is protest dead in Putin’s Russia?

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  • Navalny’s Funeral: Is protest dead in Putin’s Russia?

    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...
  • What’s happening on the front-line?

    How significant are Russia’s recent gains on the battlefront? Karolina Hird, from the Institute for the Study of War, explains the current situation on the “dynamic” front-line, what a good year would look like for Ukraine and why the...
  • Two Years On: The Global Story

    Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine enters its third year. This is today's episode from The Global Story, and we thought you might want to listen to it. A surgeon in a wheelchair, an indomitable grandmother, and a man taking care...
  • Two Years On: Life after the front-line

    Today marks exactly two years since Russia launched it’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. In this episode, Victoria and Vitaly are joined by Serhiy, a Ukrainian soldier who experienced catastrophic injuries when his vehicle was blown up...
  • Two Years On: Your Questions Answered

    Saturday marks exactly two years of this conflict. On today’s special episode, recorded in collaboration with the Global News Podcast, BBC experts from across the world answer YOUR questions on the war. Today’s episode is presented by...
  • Two Years On: How will America help Ukraine?

    In today’s Ukrainecast, the latest in our week of daily episodes to mark two years since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine began, Vitaly speaks to Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the US Ambassador to the UN. They discuss what America can...
  • Two Years On: What can the UN do?

    For this special episode, the Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Nations, Sergiy Kyslytsya, tells us what it was like sitting at the UN table as news of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine broke. He also talks to Victoria and Vitaly...
  • Two Years On: Banned from challenging Putin

    Russia's election commission has disqualified anti-war challenger Boris Nadezhdin from standing as a candidate in next month's presidential vote. He joins Victoria and Vitaly to discuss why he was barred, why he won’t stop campaigning...
  • Two Years On: 20 Days in Mariupol Revisited

    Last November we were joined in the studio by Ukrainian journalist and writer, Mstyslav Chernov, who made the film '20 Days in Mariupol’. It’s just won the Bafta for Best Documentary, so we thought it would be a good opportunity to...
  • Alexei Navalny: Putin’s Rival Reported Dead

    Putin’s main rival, opposition politician Alexei Navalny, is dead according to the Russian prison service. An outspoken critic of the Russian leader, Navalny, 47, was serving a 19-year sentence in a Siberian jail when his death was...
  • Where's my mum? Sashko’s search

    Sashko and his mum were separated after being captured by Russian soldiers in Mariupol. Now 13, Sashko hasn’t seen or heard from his mother for almost two years. Along with his grandmother, he tells Victoria and Irena their story and...
  • Putin's Interview With Tucker Carlson: What We Learned

    In his first interview with a Western reporter since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine began, Russian president Vladimir Putin sat down with former Fox News host-turned-online commentator Tucker Carlson. Over the course of a two-hour...