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Who's Putin? Bridget Kendall reports on Vladimir Putin, the former KGB spy, who remains an enigmatic figure despite a year in office as Russian President. Providing fresh revelations concerning Putin's years with the KGB in East Germany and his bold political decision to order a crackdown on Chechnya, this investigation asks where the man who was plucked from relative obscurity to become leader of the world's largest country is taking Russia now. The programme includes interviews with Kremlin spin doctor Gleb Pavlovsky and former associate Boris Berezovsky, who is currently living in exile. See Choice.
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Unknown: Bridget Kendall
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Producer: Ewa Ewart
Editor: Fiona Murch

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