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Best Russia podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Russia podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Russia Goes Clubbing is a weekly 1 hour radio show, presented by Bobina. Originally it was produced exclusively for one of the biggest FM dance stations in Russia. Nowadays, it’s aired weekly on Digitally Imported & on several radio stations in the federated Russian countries (incl. DFM Russia & KissFM Ukraine) plus available through iTunes as podcast. The show features an exciting, entertaining mix of hot news and track premieres of electronic dance music with a trance & progressive house b ...
 
Russia Rising is an investigative limited series hosted by Jeff Semple, the Europe Bureau Chief for Global News. In this series we’ll talk to Russian Trolls, look at Cyberwarfare and Hacking, KGB agents, and The Putin Generation. Jeff is on the ground gathering stories to form pieces of a puzzle, to separate fact from fiction, and unravel the mystery behind Putin’s Russia.
 
In this podcast, translator and news aggregator Kevin Rothrock talks to movers and shakers in Russia-focused journalism and academia. Interviews deal with views on trending news stories, the overarching themes of “Russia watching,” and the ins and outs of life as a professional in this field. Help him pay for Buzzsprout and recording equipment by supporting him at Patreon.
 
Major areas of focus include regional security, domestic politics, economic development, trade and transit, defense technology, and energy, among others. CSIS also analyzes the political and economic relationships between the states of the former Soviet Union and other critical geopolitical actors, including the United States, the European Union, and the states of Northeast Asia, South Asia, and the Greater Middle East. This work is anchored by the Russia and Eurasia Program and supplemented ...
 
Dmitry Almazov (Bobina) presents a weekly podcast. The show usually starts with hot new tracks from Russian or international artists and from time to time Bobina speaks with famous world artists as guests, discussing creative issues and special moments from DJs private lives. The main styles of the radio show are progressive house and progressive trance. During the show the most significant tracks of many popular artists are presented, including Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Avicii, Hardwell, Ma ...
 
Collection of Russian peasant tales: "The Deserted Mine" - The key to saving the trapped miners is held by a man who hasn't spoken a word in 10 years. "Mahmoud's Family" - Escaping prisoners of war should be shot, but Mahmoud has a family. "A Misunderstanding" - A young woman seeks escape from her past, in a convent. "The Luck of Ivan the Forgetful" - An incorrigible criminal escapes from a sentence of hard labor to find freedom and perhaps a kind of redemption in the forest. (Summary by Kev ...
 
Reginald in Russia is the title story in a collection of fifteen witty and satirical stories, sketches and one "playlet" by that master of the short story H. H. Munro, better Known as Saki. The stories are: Reginald in Russia -- The Reticence of Lady Anne -- The Lost Sanjak -- The Sex That Doesn't Shop -- The Blood-feud of Toad-Water -- A Young Turkish Catastrophe -- Judkin of the Parcels -- Gabriel-Ernest -- The Saint and the Goblin -- The Soul of Laploshka -- The Bag -- The Strategist -- C ...
 
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Today's guest is Rob Lee, a doctoral student in the Department of War Studies at King's College London, a former Alfa Fellow, and an ex-Marine. Rob joins "The Russia Guy" to talk about the 33 Russian nationals arrested in Belarus on July 29, 2020. Officials in Minsk say the men are mercenaries from the “Wagner” private military company (PMC) who pl…
 
Far to the west of the protests in Khabarovsk, large rallies in another location are also attracting the Kremlin's attention: Belarus, where a swell of desire for change has turned an August 9 election into the biggest challenge authoritarian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has faced over a quarter-century in power. Senior Correspondent Tony Wesolo…
 
Welcome to the 67th episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят седьмой выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышите …
 
Protests over the arrest of the now-former governor of a Russian region almost as close to Hawaii as it is to Moscow persist, with a July 25 march apparently drawing the biggest crowd yet and the Kremlin’s handing of the matter only adding to the ire. Irina Lagunina, director of special projects at RFE/RL’s Russian Service, joins host Steve Gutterm…
 
Protests persist in Khabarovsk, with tens of thousands turning out for a weekend rally and other demonstrations held elsewhere in the Russian Far East. In the northwestern Karelia region, meanwhile, gulag historian Yury Dmitriyev will hear the verdict in a controversial trial that touches on narratives about Russia’s past and could hold clues about…
 
Welcome to the 66th episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят шестой выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышите в…
 
Russia’s first week under a changed constitution that allows President Vladimir Putin to seek two more terms produced a clampdown by law enforcement and an angry response to the popular governor of Khabarovsk, a region more than 6,000 kilometers from Moscow. What’s happening, and what happens next? Current Time Executive Editor Kiryl Sukhotski join…
 
Today's show welcomes back Wilson Center Disinformation Fellow Nina Jankowicz, who first appeared on this podcast way back in December 2017. She's back now to discuss her new book, How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict, which "takes the reader on a journey through five Western governments' responses to Russi…
 
Today’s show looks at the case against Khabarovsk Governor Sergey Furgal, whom federal agents arrested on Thursday, July 9, and promptly flew him to Moscow where he was arraigned on charges that he organized violence (including several contract killings) against business rivals in 2004 and 2005. Today's guest is András Tóth-Czifra, a political anal…
 
The Kremlin spokesman called the vote on constitutional amendments a “triumphal referendum on trust in President Putin.” Actually, it wasn’t a referendum -- but was it a triumph? And what does it mean for a country that could have the same president in 2036 as in 2000? RFE/RL Senior Correspondent Robert Coalson joins host Steve Gutterman to discuss…
 
Welcome to the 65th episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят пятый выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышите в …
 
A freelance journalist in Moscow with bylines in The Guardian, The Telegraph, Foreign Policy, The Nation, Politico, and more, guest Alec Luhn discusses reporting Russia’s Arctic and journalism about environmentalism more broadly. How do you sell Western readers on these themes? What does it take to get to remote areas where the climate crisis is mo…
 
Russia is in the midst of a vote expected to allow President Vladimir Putin to seek two more six-year terms. And in the midst of a vote critics call absurd, prominent director Kirill Serebrennikov was convicted on fraud charges supporters say were absurd. Irina Lagunina, director of special projects at RFE/RL's Russian Service, joins host Steve Gut…
 
The delayed Victory Day parade in Red Square is set to go ahead amid persistent concerns about the coronavirus, and President Vladimir Putin drops a hint about his thinking on the 2024 question ahead of a vote expected to hand him the option of running for two more six-year terms. Moscow correspondent Matthew Luxmoore joins host Steve Gutterman to …
 
Hosts discuss 2019 Russian movies. Most of them involve tanks, some kind of war, and a mashup of animated movies. You can watch the trailers of the movies discussed below: ПИКОВАЯ ДАМА: ЗАЗЕРКАЛЬЕ/Queen of Spades https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4puHTUU-as Breakaway/Otryv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOFunu19cWI Loud Connection/громкая связь htt…
 
Welcome to the 64th episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят четвёртый выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышит…
 
In remarks broadcast over the weekend, President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is handling the coronavirus “quite smoothly” and that constitutional amendments up for a nationwide vote on July 1 are a step toward democracy. Irina Lagunina, director of special projects at RFE/RL’s Russian Service, joins host Steve Gutterman to discuss.…
 
As lockdowns ease, Russia continues to report thousands of new coronavirus cases daily -- a situation one journalist called an "endless plateau." Meanwhile, the state gears up to get out the (Yes) vote on the constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to seek two more consecutive terms after 2024. Current Time Executive Edi…
 
Welcome to the 63d episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят третий выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышите в …
 
Sergei Mokhnatkin, who had been in and out of prison since he tried to protect an elderly woman from police at a Moscow protest in 2009, has died at the age of 66. And on the global stage, U.S. President Donald Trump wants to invite Russia and three other additional countries to a G7 summit this year. RFE/RL senior correspondent Robert Coalson join…
 
A striking survey of doctors is the latest piece of evidence that Russia's official coronavirus numbers may not reflect reality. And five days after Kremlin-backed Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov was reportedly hospitalized in Moscow with a suspected COVID-19 infection, there's not much more clarity than there was last week. RFE/RL Moscow corresponde…
 
Today's guest is Yuval Weber, the Kennan Institute Associate Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies. He was also the inaugural Daniel Morgan Graduate School-Kennan Institute fellow and previously taught at Harvard University as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Government. Dr. Weber is working on a book now that asks why pro-ma…
 
Welcome to the 62d episode of the Russian Verbs from Russia podcast for intermediate learners of the Russian language! Добро пожаловать на шестьдесят второй выпуск моего подкаста для тех, кто продолжает учить русский язык! These are some words and expressions which you'll hear in this episode (это некоторые слова и выражения, которые вы услышите в …
 
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