To understand what Vladimir Putin might do in the future, you need to understand his past; where he's come from, what he's lived through, what he's done. Jonny Dymond tells the extraordinary and revealing story of Vladimir Putin's life with the help of guests who have watched, studied and dealt with the Russian president.
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Ukrainecast comes together with Putin, the BBC Sounds and Radio 4 podcast which examines the life, times, motives and modus operandi of Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Returning to the show are three lifelong Kremlin-watchers to cast ahead and speculat... more
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Jonny Diamond has done a awesome job here explaining the main character. Great research and insight.
So glad I listened. Fantastic and very insightful. Learned heaps.
I like this format. The podcast has spliced Putin's life into a bunch of 3-5 year slices and assembled 3 people who have deep knowledge of that time to discuss each era. more
One of the biggest problems of the the West is trying to understand evil people. more
Do not climb the tree if your bum is dirty! The level of arrogance is off the charts - they should have had prince Andrew to voice the podcast. What is the role of GB in the conflict? more
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Putin launched 2 years ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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