Making Sanitation Everyone’s Business. Parameswaran Iyer in conversation with Sunetra Chaudhury
The what if’s of Indian history.
Alex Rider is one of the best loved series in the teenage literary world. Author Anthony Horowitz talks about how this phenomenon came about, how he keeps it fresh, and what’s next for the super spy. He will be in conversation with Rohini Ramanathan.
followed by a conversation with N Chandrasekaran.
Anita Nair’s writing spans various genres, but the one thing her books have in common is a deep sense of character, time and place.
Monica Ali chats about her groundbreaking novel Brick Lane, that was nominated for the Booker Man Prize in 2003, her life, her work, her muses, and her Bangladeshi-British identity.
The story of a gentleman, bureaucrat and minister.
Lisa Ray talks to Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi, about her autobiography, Close to the Bone; in which she traces her nomadic existence: her entry into the Indian entertainment industry at sixteen; her relationship with her parents; her battle with eating disorders; being diagnosed with multiple myeloma at thirty-seven; her spiritual quest; and the heartaches and triumphs […]
21st century immorality.
Human rights are a western idea.
Leadership lessons from cricket.
Anthony Horowitz and Yvonne Owuor chat about their work, and how they juggle writing across film, tv, and literature.
Music And Misadventures. Shubha Mudgal in conversation with Shobhaa De.
In conversation with Rupangi Sharma, mountaineer Mark Inglis talks about in the agony and the ecstasy of climbing Mt Everest as a double amputee. He also takes questions from the audience.
Alexander McCall Smith in conversation with Shobhaa De.
K Satchidanandan in conversation with Perumal Murugan and Kannan Sundaram.
Tim Flannery reveals more about this humble marine algae.