“I’m a vulture,” Nation contributor Maria Margaronis laments in her recent BBC radio feature on the Greek financial crisis. “I’m a vulture come to pick the bones of my poor miserable country.” In a devastating exploration of the day to day lives of Greek citizens, Maria visits the rapidly devolving streets of Athens, and explores the profound disconnection and rage that fuels its debilitating riots. You can listen to the full audio here. Read more of Maria’s coverage of the Greek crisis here.

—Teresa Cotsirilos