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Oliver Bullough

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Narrated by: Oliver Bullough
Length: 16 mins
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Journalist Oliver Bullough joins us in the Audible Studios to discuss the release of his new audiobook, Moneyland: Why Thieves and Crooks Now Rule the World and How to Take It Back

Oliver looks at everything from ruined towns on the edge of Siberia, to Bond-villain lairs in Knightsbridge and Manhattan. Something has gone wrong with the workings of the world, and Oliver shares insight on the current situation in Moneyland

From his time living in Russia to the books he has written since, we discuss our current political and economic situation, key moments in history that lead to now, and his many years of research into this topics.

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  • Jock
  • 03-05-19

Great Interview - Unnecessary Swearing

Really enjoyed this interview, which brings out the fascinating work of Oliver Bullough. His insights on Russian business is compelling, and I was thrilled to discover Money Land is available on Audible...expect it isn't. So lets get this straight, an Audible interview says the book is available, the Audible site and Twitter feed deny it's existence. This rather took the wind out of the sails of the interview.

The other element I didn't like was the necessary swearing - which is instigated by the interview and the interviewee copies. I thought that was pretty poor.

However - overall, its well worth a listen - the book sounds fascinating - I just wish Audible would get there act together and get it available for download.