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What makes people tick? What are the stories they carry with them? In a world of shouting heads, veteran journalist, radio commentator and novelist Sandip Roy sits down to have real conversations about the fascinating world around us and the people who shape it. Catch these engaging interviews every other Sunday
 
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Have you been feeling anxious? About the vaccine or whether or not you will have your job? How you will make ends meet after the recent pay cut or whether you will end up bringing the virus home to your parents? Or every time a package is delivered? How worried should you be about feeing anxious? In this episode, Sandip talk to clinical psychologis…
 
The case of a Dalit engineer allegedly facing discrimination at the tech firm Cisco, after his caste identity was revealed, has now found its way to the California courts. The case is being closely watched as this is probably the first time that American law will have to really grapple with the idea of caste discrimination. In this episode, Sandip …
 
Amidst the ongoing India-China border tensions, the government decided to ban 59 apps originating from China. This included the immensely popular video app, TikTok. In this episode, Sandip talks to journalist Snigdha Poonam, who has written extensively about the app and is the author of the book, Dreamers: How Young Indians are Changing the World, …
 
COVID-19’s lockdown, for a brief moment, gave us a window into what a greener future would look like. From pollution levels going down and more birds being spotted, to rivers turning cleaner and snow capped mountains becoming visible after decades, the earth seemed to be repairing itself. But during this time, what was India’s environment ministry …
 
George Floyd's death has sparked Black Lives Matter protests not just in the US but also in several other parts of the world, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The civil rights laws were passed in America decades ago, but there still continues to be a deep-seated feeling that one group of people is innately superior to another. This feeling is express…
 
Cyclone Amphan came as a big blow to West Bengal, which is still reeling from its impact. The damage though could have been worst if it was not for the mangrove forests of the Sundarbans mitigating the blow. The cyclone has once again raised concerns about the region and about the people who live there. Is time running up for Sundarbans? In this ep…
 
At a time when COVID-19 dominates the news cycle, one story managed to burst through the Corona firewall and create its own firestorm - The Bois Locker Room scandal. Now, as the virus keeps the nation under lockdown and forces kids to be online even more than usual, parents are freaking out about the secret lives of their kids on smartphones. In th…
 
During the lockdown, the question on everyone's mind is what will happen next? When will India open up again? There are debates about the economic cost of keeping a country of 1.2 billion locked down. But what about the mental cost? In this episode, Sandip talks to Dr Pratima Murthy, Head of the Psychiatric Department at the National Institute of M…
 
As India enters the second phase of the COVID lockdown, the question on everyone's minds is, when and how will this end? In this episode, Sandip talks to Dr Giridhar R Babu, professor and head of life course epidemiology at the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) about how we will know whether India is ready to come out of the lockdown on May …
 
The coronavirus pandemic has really brought into focus the problems of India’s internal migrants. After the 21 day lockdown was announced, we saw news coverage that showed thousands struggling to walk to their homes hundreds of kilometers away. Before this crisis unfolded, it seemed that these migrants had been practically invisible to most of us. …
 
In 1962, India and China went to war. Most Indians know that. What most Indians don't know is that as a result of that war, some 3,000 Indians of Chinese descent were picked up from their homes and thrown into an internment camp in Rajasthan. In this episode, Sandip talks to journalist Dilip D'Souza about this latest book, The Deoliwallahs: The Tru…
 
Coronavirus has a lot of people worried. Till now it has infected at least one lakh people in 90 countries and claimed the lives of over 3,400 so far. But to put things in perspective, 770,000 people still die every year from AIDS and related illnesses, and around 15,00,000 of tuberculosis. So why is this new coronavirus causing so much panic? In t…
 
At a time when chess meant cold war rivalry between names like Bobby Fischer and Anatoly Karpov, it was Viswanathan Anand that had put India on the world chess map. He became the first Grandmaster from India in 1988. He's a five time World Chess Champion, the first sportsman to win the Padma Vibhushan and has even had a minor planet named after him…
 
The protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) have come as an unexpected challenge for the government, especially the speed with which they have flared up, and have ignited debates about citizenship and secularism. But journalist and writer, Kapil S Komireddi says these ideas have not come to be contested just because of this one act. He…
 
In this episode, Sandip talks to Katherine Eban, an American journalist, whose bestselling book, Bottle of Lies, documents and exposes global fraud, large-scale data fabrication and unsafe practices inside Indian drug plants, including one of the biggest Indian pharmaceutical companies - Ranbaxy.The Indian Express による
 
After nearly 70 years of Independence, the protests that have been happening across the country have led to impassioned debates about the idea of citizenship, secularism and the place of Muslims in India. In this episode, Sandip talks to writer, translator and literary historian, Rakhshanda Jalil, about her collection of essays about identify, cult…
 
Sandip Roy looks back at what has been a tumultuous decade. From Obama to Trump, from Facebook to TikTok and from the great Indian weddings to the great Indian smog, we've been through a lot. In this episode, we revisit some of the best conversations Sandip had with this year's guests, including Amitav Ghosh on climate change, Prannoy Roy on WhatsA…
 
10,000 kms and 100% unplanned. Rajat Ubhaykar has a travel book like no other. From Kanyakumari to Kashmir and all the way to Imphal, he has travelled everywhere by trucks. To be accurate, he has hitchhiked on trucks, relying on the kindness of strangers. In this episode, Sandip talks to him about his travels, what he learned about truckers in Indi…
 
On 15th August 1947, India woke up to life and freedom, but not to technology. Over the decades, India's political leadership has had a complicated relationship with scientific innovations. Some, like Mahatma Gandhi, distrusted machines while others, like Madan Mohan Malaviya, were technocrats. Arun Sukumar, a Junior Fellow at Fletcher School, Tuft…
 
We live in a time when there is a plastic bag for almost everything and almost everything comes in a plastic bag. By 2050 the weight of plastic in the ocean is expected to be greater than the weight of the fish in it. In this episode, Sandip talks to Bharati Chaturvedi, founder-director of the environmental research and action group, Chintan, about…
 
When the East India Company (EIC) arrived in India more than 400 years ago, India produced one-third of the world's GDP and Britain was responsible for only about three percent of it. EIC was a private company which eventually came to rule almost all of India. But how did it do that? In this episode, Sandip talks to writer and historian William Dal…
 
These days, the word 'sedition' is often used interchangeably with 'anti-national'. And it seems that everyone from cartoonists, university students and journalists to anti-mining activist, maoist and tribal rights activists, are being booked for sedition - something that presumably shakes the very foundation of a state. In this episode, Sandip tal…
 
Last Tuesday marked the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. As expected it was marked with lots of patriotic fervor, earnest speeches and even a New York Times op-ed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where wrote, "How do we ensure the ideals of Gandhi are remembered by future generations? I invite thinkers, entrepreneurs and tech leaders to b…
 
It's not like we Indians don't like sex - we just don't like talking about it. Or atleast, we don't like talking about it too much. And sex for pleasure? "Chee, chee!" But what do you do when you want to find out about it? For the last 4 years, there's been a place online that has everything about sex that you wanted to know but were afraid to ask …
 
One a year ago, on September 6th, a five judge bench of the Indian Supreme Court read down section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, making gay sex legal in the country. It was a big moment for the queer community. One newspapers called it 'Independence day 2' and another 'Love at First Right'. But what has really changed in the past year? In this epis…
 
Unlike many other illnesses, depression can be an invisible one. According to the national mental health survey, 150 million Indians suffer from depression which requires immediate intervention. And yet, we don't talk about it. Perhaps because we don't know how to talk about it. In this episode, Sandip talks to Amrita Tripathi, the founder-editor o…
 
What is the story of Yoga? Where did it begin? And does any culture really own Yoga? In this episode, Sandip talks to mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik about what we get wrong about Yoga, how much is it really connected to faith, why the ancient Indians practiced it and his latest book, Yoga Mythology, which he has co-authored with Matthew Rulli.…
 
Food Historian Salma Yusuf Husain and says that if Shah Jahan were to visit a Mughlai Restaurant today, he would die (again) at the sight of it. What they serve us now in the name of Mughlai food, she says, is nothing like what one would find in the emperor's kitchen. In this episode, she takes us through the wondrous kitchen of the Mughal emperor,…
 
In this episode, Sandip is joined by one of India’s leading contemporary writers in English, Amitav Ghosh. Ghosh won the Jnanpith Award last year for “outstanding contribution towards literature”, becoming the first Indian writer in English to receive this honour. Now out with his latest novel, The Gun Island, he sits down with our host to talk abo…
 
Back in 2013, journalist Nemat Sadat, a gay man, was accused of subverting Islam in Afghanistan. But instead of hiding, Sadat decide to come out. He wrote a post on Facebook saying that "Yes, I’m proud to be gay, Afghan, American and Muslim", becoming the first openly gay Afghan born person to do so. In this episode, at the end of the Pride month, …
 
'The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated,' said Mahatma Gandhi. If we were to take this into consideration, how would our country fare? In this episode, Sandip asks LGBTQ rights activist and the founder of Naz foundation, Anjali Gopalan this question. Although best known for her work on HIV/…
 
Lisa Ray was a supermodel before any of us were talking about supermodels. But what many us perhaps didn't realize was that, back then, she was just a teenager. Later there was another reincarnation of Lisa Ray as an actor in films like Water. And then yet another one as a survivor of multiple myeloma, a supposedly incurable cancer. In this episode…
 
The 2019 Lok Sabha elections are finally coming to an end, amidst a lot of talk of a 'Hindu Rasthra', and the opposition's claim that the soul of India is under threat. Writer and human rights activist Harsh Mander, feels that "what is morally sound is also politically sound". In this episode, Sandip talks to Mander about what it means to be secula…
 
Being right in the middle of the 2019 general elections, there is a lot of talk about getting people to vote, exercise their rights and make a difference. Political parties are trying to woo different sections of the electorate with things like alcohol, biryani and rap videos. But amidst all this talk, there is a section of eligible and perfectly c…
 
For over a year now, we've seen some major cases being heard in the Supreme Court. Like 377, Sabrimala and Aadhar. And no matter how much these cases are politicised, they are actually about the values prescribed in the Indian constitution. Any talk about the idea of transforming the country requires one to interact with, interpret and sometimes am…
 
With the elections starting in a few days, Sandip talks to the man who, in many ways, brought elections to our living rooms. One of the founders of NDTV, Prannoy Roy, has over the years demystified elections for the Indian people. In this episode, he talks about his new book, The Verdict: Decoding India's Elections, and discusses the various factor…
 
In this episode, Sandip is joined by "Joy" and Jaya Sharma. Two members of the Kinky Collective, a group which seeks to raise awareness about kink in India society, as well as to strengthen the BDSM community in the country. They share their journeys into the world of kink and talk about the learnings that we can all take from the BDSM community.…
 
'A writer shouldn't retire', says Ruskin Bond, who has been living and writing in India since he was a young boy. For his staggering body of work, Bond has received the Sahitya Akademi Award, the Padma Shri and the Padma Bushan, and is beloved by readers across ages and generations. In this episode, Sandip speaks to him about his journey so far.…
 
It was after reading the suicide note of Dalit student Rohith Vemula that Yashica Dutt, a journalist living in New York, decided that she was going to stop living a lie. It was in that moment that she decided that she was going to admit to her friends and colleagues something that she had hidden for years - that she was Dalit. In this episode she t…
 
Today Shakespeare is considered as part of highbrow literature but in his own day it was the quintessential ‘masala’ entertainment. This is why when author Jonathan Gil Harris was watching the film Lagaan in 2001, he came to realize that a lot of Bollwood's masala films resonated deeply with Shakespeare's work. In this episode Harris talks to Sandi…
 
In this episode of Expresso, senior journalist and editor Priyanka Sinha Jha talks to actor Huma Qureshi about how she got into acting, moving to Bombay, Gangs of Wasseypur, issues of privacy and more. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexpress.com. If you like thi…
 
In this episode of Expresso, senior journalist and editor Priyanka Sinha Jha talks to actor Prateik Babbar about the restaurants he’s opened, what it was like growing up, finding out about his mother, how he got into films and his battle with drugs. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an emai…
 
In this bonus episode of the Express Adda podcast, listen to Senior Advocate H S Phoolka, the lawyer that spearheaded the legal battle for victims of the '84 Anti-Sikh riots, talk about what the climate was like in Delhi during the riots, how his house was attacked by a mob, how he escaped death, and the events that lead him to take up the cases fo…
 
In this episode of the Express Adda podcast, listen to Senior Advocate H S Phoolka, the lawyer that spearheaded the legal battle for victims of the '84 Anti-Sikh riots, talk about the failings of the judiciary and the police and how the recent verdict in the Sajjan Kumar case affects all other cases of Mob violence in the country. You can follow us…
 
Serial entrepreneur Shabnam Aggarwal left her cushy job at Merrill Lynch and moved to India to start a company. But the company failed. Undaunted, Shabnam examined her experiences to see what she could learn from them, and then she wrote a book: Freedom to Fail. She talks to Sandip about the family pressure to succeed that weighs heavy on Indians, …
 
In this episode of Expresso, senior journalist and editor Priyanka Sinha Jha talks to film director Rajkumar Hirani about pranking his son, how he looks up to his dad, his many friends in the film industry and future projects. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexp…
 
In this episode of Expresso, senior journalist and editor Priyanka Sinha Jha talks to Mithila Palkar about auditioning for Karwaan, working with Irrfan Khan and Dulquer Salmaan, director Akash Khurana, having a growing fanbase and how one of her videos went viral. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or …
 
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