767 April 8, 2022 Do Not Go Gentle In this moment when autocrats and almost-autocrats are getting bolder and more powerful, we bring you two stories of resistance, from Hungary and Russia. Download Control-click (or right-click) Tap and hold to download Share a clip Transcript Hokyoung Kim Note: The internet version of this episode contains un-beeped curse words. BEEPED VERSION. Prologue Prologue ByIra Glass Host Ira Glass zooms in on five surreal minutes of Hungary’s opposition campaign. (5 minutes) Act One The Brothers Harangazo ByZoe Chace Producer Zoe Chace spends time with two brothers in Hungary, trying to win an election that’s basically impossible for them to win. (27 minutes) Act Two Putin’s On Our Side ByRobyn Semien One of the last independent newspapers in Russia finds new ways to cover a war that the government doesn’t want them to cover. Producer Robyn Semien talks to one of their editors, Nikita Kondratiev, about how it’s going. (20 minutes) Song:“Rage” by The Jerks Related If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these 176: Two Nations, One President Jan. 26, 2001 Act One: You're Not The President Of Me Jonathan Chait of The New Republic and David Horowitz of Slate magazine each tell the story of the Florida recount. 16: Economy Mar. 14, 1996 Act Three: Dad Poet/performer Lisa Buscani tells a story about her father. 137: The Book That Changed Your Life Aug. 20, 1999 Act Two: The Family That Reads Together The story of a book that changed a family's life, but only temporarily and not for the better. Staff RecommendationsView all 266 June 4, 2004 I'm From the Private Sector and I'm Here to Help Nancy Updike goes to Iraq to try to figure out what it's like to be a private citizen working in the middle of a war zone. 419 Nov. 12, 2010 Petty Tyrant The rise and fall of a school maintenance man in Schenectady, New York who terrorized his staff and got away with it for decades.