Television pundits in Russia are becoming increasingly critical of their president Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
The host questioned what would happen without Western technology in Russia.
Significant damage has been found on the Nova Kakhovka dam following Russia's withdrawal from Kherson city.
There are fears Russia could destroy the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant, causing destructive flooding of up to 80 towns and cities and, by many accounts, a humanitarian crisis.
Major General Sir Richard Shirreff said that the West must fight a second cold war to prevent a third world war.
Russia is struggling to destroy Ukraine’s electricity network due to a shortage of high-precision, according to Western officials.
Sir Alex Younger says the West should be careful what it wishes for as the Russian president backs himself into a corner.
The BBC's Hugo Bachega was forced to end his broadcast as Kyiv was targeted by Russian missile strikes.
General Sir Richard Barrons said the deployment of WMD by Russia should be deterred by NATO and China.
Vladimir Putin is due to announce the annexation of four more areas of Ukraine following what have been branded 'sham' referendums.