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We talk to Mark Brayne again in a wide ranging chat about his career as a Reuters & BBC journalist including details of his Stasi file, his time in the Soviet Union, Hungary & Poland as well as the perils of editing analogue tape in a non-digital age.
Among his interviewees we talk about the Dalai Lama, Lech Walesa as well the ordinary people of the Warsaw Pact countries.
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Back to today’s episode, part 2 of three episodes with Mark and as you will hear we have a lot of fun recording this...
We welcome Mark Brayne to our Cold War conversation…
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