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Hundreds of Russians have been detained at memorials to opposition politician Alexei Navalny.

Navalny's mother and lawyers have been denied access to his body and authorities have not confirmed its exact whereabouts.

Host Adam Parsons is joined by Sky News' Moscow correspondent, Diana Magnay, who has followed Navalny's journey for much of the past decade.

She describes what’s happening in Russia, Navalny's legacy and the mood as people continue to pay their respects at makeshift memorials across the country.

Adam also hears from Ekaterina Schulmann, a Russian political scientist in exile who has been marked as a foreign agent by Putin's government.

Plus, Dr Maxim Alyukov, a political sociologist at King's College London, talks about the upcoming Russian election.

Podcast Producer: Emma Rae Woodhouse and Alex Edden
Assistant Producer: Evan Dale
Interviews Producer: Melissa Tutesigensi
Promotions Producer: Jada-Kai Meosa John
Editor: Philly Beaumont
Hundreds of Russians have been detained at memorials to opposition politician Alexei Navalny. Navalny's mother and lawyers have been denied access to his body and authorities have not confirmed its exact whereabouts. Host Adam Parsons is joined by Sky News' Moscow correspondent, Diana Magnay, who has followed Navalny's journey for much of the past decade. She describes what’s happening in Russia, Navalny's legacy and the mood as people continue to pay their respects at makeshift memorials across the country. Adam also hears from Ekaterina Schulmann, a Russian political scientist in exile who has been marked as a foreign agent by Putin's government. Plus, Dr Maxim Alyukov, a political sociologist at King's College London, talks about the upcoming Russian election. Podcast Producer: Emma Rae Woodhouse and Alex Edden Assistant Producer: Evan Dale Interviews Producer: Melissa Tutesigensi Promotions Producer: Jada-Kai Meosa John Editor: Philly Beaumont read more read less

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