Peter Pomerantsev

television producer and author

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Television producer in London and author of Nothing Is True and Everything in Possible: The Surreal Heart of the New Russia

Peter Pomerantsev on KCRW

Peter Pomerantsev worked for ten years as a television producer in modern Russia, as he puts it, “pushing [his] way into people’s lives, trying to get as close to things as possible.

Girls, Glitter and Gangsters in Putin's Russia

Peter Pomerantsev worked for ten years as a television producer in modern Russia, as he puts it, “pushing [his] way into people’s lives, trying to get as close to things as possible.

from To the Point

Peter Pomerantsev worked for ten years as a television producer in modern Russia, as he puts it, “pushing [his] way into people’s lives, trying to get as close to things as possible.

Girls, Glitter and Gangsters in Putin's Russia

Peter Pomerantsev worked for ten years as a television producer in modern Russia, as he puts it, “pushing [his] way into people’s lives, trying to get as close to things as possible.

from To the Point

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