The very best of the Guardian's journalism in an easy to digest weekly podcast. In this week's edition:
The favourite has won election but not as convincingly as the emphatic endorsement of Hugo Chávez suggested. By Virginia Lopez and Jonathan Watts This week civil war was predicted in Afghanistan, a result of the west giving so much power to warlords after the Taliban's overthrow. By Lucy Morgan Edwards Never mind aliens in outer space. Some scientists believe we may be sharing the planet with 'weird' life forms that are so different from our own they're invisible to us. By Robin McKie Russell Brand recalls a bizarre recent encounter with the Iron Lady, and how it prompted him to think about growing up under the most unlikely matriarch-figure imaginable. On the death of one of our greatest conductors, we revisit Tom Service's meeting with Sir Colin Davis in 2011. By Tom Service This week our audiobook review turns to non-fiction, with Ahmed Errachidi's account of his time in Guantanamo Bay, The General, and a parable of innovation from Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble, How Stella Save the Farm. More Less
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