The fear of nuclear Armageddon is once again a reality that many of us don’t want to contemplate, but Tracks East dives deep into this highly explosive topic in its newest episode. Ukrainian writer Mitya Churikov speaks about the Chernobyl disaster, and how Zaporizhzhya could become the trauma of the next generation. We also meet bestselling Russian author Dmitry Gukhowsky, whose novel Metro 2033 paints a vivid picture of a post-apocalyptic Moscow following a nuclear war.
This episode provides an invaluable insight into the devastating impact of nuclear weapons, and how it has shaped our modern world. Through powerful interviews with survivors and experts in the field, Tracks East gives us an honest look at what it means to live through such a catastrophic event. With this unique perspective, we can gain more appreciation for what we have today and understand why it’s so important to prevent another global disaster from occurring.
This documentary is an essential viewing experience for anyone who cares about our future, and wants to take action on preventing further disasters from occurring. It’s thought-provoking and eye opening; you won’t regret giving it your undivided attention! So be sure to check out Tracks East’s latest episode – you won’t be disappointed.