Podcast #074: Chernobyl

Close-up of a huge fairground-esque big wheel, standing on broken concrete and with shrubbery and tree growing through it.

Welcome to Episode 074 of my “Travel Tales From Beyond The Brochure” podcast.

This podcast episode is all about Chernobyl. It’s an episode I’ve had pencilled in to do for quite some time, if in part because I went there in 2014, and never wrote anything about my visit at the time so I felt I ought to, you know, get round to it at some point. I even mentioned this in a podcast I did last year, Back In The USSR. Didn’t do it then either, because, and I quote, “I think if I did it would make the pod much longer than I’d intended. In any case it probably deserves its own discussion.” I guess this is that discussion.

Topics covered on this podcast include:

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