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Former editor of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger on the Julian Assange case, Capitol riots (E963)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to the former editor-in-chief at The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger. He discusses his new book, ‘What to Believe in a Fake News World and How to Use It’, the age of ‘information chaos’ and the increased skepticism of mainstream media, Donald Trump’s use of distrust for the media to further his political ambitions, the Capitol riots, Trump’s alleged role in inciting the violence and his ban from social media, the extradition trial of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and much more!

Former editor of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger on the Julian Assange case, Capitol riots (E963)
Two times a week Afshin Rattansi and his team go underground to discover the stories that aren’t being covered by the mainstream UK media. From GCHQ to Occupy protests, and everything else in between, Going Underground is here to bring a fresh perspective to our audiences around Britain.