Host Francesca Block on nationalists revising the past to influence the present and future, featuring stories from China and Hungary. With series host Luc Maurer and violinist Sophia Winograd.

  1. Series and Episode Introduction
  2. For How We Have Sinned
  3. Fighting for Identity in Hong Kong
  4. What Happened at Tiananmen
  5. Episode and Series Credits


Cui Jian is a rock icon in China. His song Nothing to My Name became the informal anthem for the Tiananmen Square protests.

Pal Kalmar was a Hungarian pop singer who recorded Gloomy Sunday, a 1933 song by composer Rezso Seress about the anguish of war and people’s sins.