What to Doc: CNN is finally going to air the amazing documentary on Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny. I saw it streaming from Sundance. It was a riveting, remarkable must-watch before the Ukraine invasion. It’s mandatory viewing now. It airs on Sunday night. And don’t forget to pick up your copy of Bill Browder’s latest book on his experiences with Putin’s murderous corruption. Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin’s Wrath.

+ What to Hear: I’ve been digging Sam Fender’s latest, breakthrough album. Start with Seventeen Going Under. If you get as hooked on that song as I have, then check out the acoustic version with the excellent Holly Humberstone.

+ What to Watch: AppleTV is on a roll and my family has been digging Slow Horses, a story about a dysfunctional team of MI5 agents.

+ What to Read: “These were not the people I imagined seated behind a multiscreen trading setup or moving assets around an investment portfolio. Many were here, trying to make money in crypto, because they felt they had no other choice. People struggling financially, who despise their jobs, who feel the system is rigged and there is no way out. People whose country has been at war for years and want to leave, or who have left and want to help family members who stayed behind. From crypto they draw optimism for the future, the possibility that their lives could change, or that they could change the lives of others.” Sarah Resnick with a really interesting and unique article about cryptocurrency. In the end, so many of today’s stories come back to one underlying issue: the economic divide. Walk Away Like a Boss: Postcard from the cryptosphere.