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Hosted by Andrew Mueller, an award-winning journalist, the latest podcast addresses the launch of Sputnik. The show is presented as a radio broadcast that could have occurred in 1957, when the Russian satellite Sputnik was launched.
The October 29th episode is entitled: Historical Series: The Sputnik Crisis
In part one of our historical series, we travel back in time to 1957 to unpack the Sputnik crisis. What did this new satellite foreshadow, and how did the Soviet Union do it? Andrew Mueller speaks to Henry Rees-Sheridan, Tom Nichols, Mark Galeotti and Linda Dawson.
Linda has taken on the role of a scientist commenting on the Sputnik launch.
Listen to this fascinating broadcast:
Historical series: The Sputnik crisis, The Foreign Desk 461 – Radio | Monocle