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Anastasia Bagalika

Anastasia Bagalika

Journalist. Author of the My rizni. My razom (We are different. We are together) podcast; creates news issues for Khroniki Donbasu (Donbass chronicles). One of the Hromadska khvylya talk-show hosts
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Podcasts and broadcast recordings

Free our relatives
Free our relatives
34 episodes
Hromadska khvylya (Public wave)
Hromadska khvylya (Public wave)
2 episodes
Hromadska khvylya (Public wave)
Hromadska khvylya (Public wave)
2 episodes

Biography

“For me, work at Hromadske radio is a way to contribute to the changes in Ukraine which are taking place now. Radio - this is what I can do best, so I believe that radio is my personal front.”

Anastasia graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with a degree in journalism. In 2006 she joined the world of the radio. Since the summer of 2014 Anastasia has worked at Hromadske Radio.

An idealist at heart, Anastasia sees Hromadske Radio as fulfilling the demand in Ukraine for the functioning of how “real public broadcasting should work”, by allowing people to “listen and hear each other, get objective information, and become better citizens.”

Releases with participation

The host

Lack of medicine threatens people with death: what happens to illegally detained civilians in Crimea

Lack of medicine threatens people with death: what happens to illegally detained civilians in Crimea

In one year, my father aged ten years — the story of Oleksandr Zhukov, kidnapped by the Russians

In one year, my father aged ten years — the story of Oleksandr Zhukov, kidnapped by the Russians

Crimean Tatar political prisoners: who are they, how many are there now and where are they being held

Crimean Tatar political prisoners: who are they, how many are there now and where are they being held

What is happening to the political prisoners held by Russia — the story of Nariman Dzhelyal

What is happening to the political prisoners held by Russia — the story of Nariman Dzhelyal

Mykola Medyk's health has not improved — the story of a 69-year-old man illegally detained by the Russians

Mykola Medyk's health has not improved — the story of a 69-year-old man illegally detained by the Russians

Occupiers confirmed his innocence, but used him as a slave — stories of missing Balakliya residents

Occupiers confirmed his innocence, but used him as a slave — stories of missing Balakliya residents

«No one has seen my son» — mother of Mykola Shcherbyna, illegally detained by the Russians

«No one has seen my son» — mother of Mykola Shcherbyna, illegally detained by the Russians

The Russians said: «We need your house» — the story of Serhii Dorokhov, abducted from Irpin

The Russians said: «We need your house» — the story of Serhii Dorokhov, abducted from Irpin

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