Open Source with Christopher Lydon
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May 12, 2013
"Wherever the US finds itself embroiled in a place with an English cemetery: go home!"
June 11, 2012
Real India: a land soon without tigers,...
Suprabha Seshan -- a gardener and guardian of the land, living for the last 17 years in the wild rain forest of Kerala, near the...|
September 3, 2010
Real India: Ashis Nandy’s ‘intimate enemies’
NEW DELHI — Ashis Nandy has a big idea about “loss and recovery” in the history of colonialism. The bumpersticker version is that the conquerors...|
September 3, 2010
Real India: Namita Gokhale: the revolution will...
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Namita Gokhale (34 minutes, 17 mb mp3) NEW DELHI — Namita Gokhale — novelist, publisher, sparkplug of the...|
August 31, 2010
Real India: On the Couch with Sudhir...
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Sudhir Kakar (17 minutes, 8 mb mp3) NEW DELHI — Sudhir Kakar has built a Freudian bridge to...|
August 26, 2010
Real India: Tarun Tejpal’s heart-ache for "the...
In the slick commercial media of New Delhi, Tehelka is the strong-minded reformist alternative. It could remind you of The New Yorker and The Nation...|
August 25, 2010
Real India: The BBC’s Mark Tully on...
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Mark Tully (40 minutes, 19 mb mp3) NEW DELHI — Mark Tully is something like the Edward R....|
August 24, 2010
Real India: Shashi Tharoor, the ‘NRI’ who...
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Shashi Tharoor (41 minutes, 20 mb mp3) NEW DELHI — Shashi Tharoor is the global Indian who came...|
August 20, 2010
Real India: M. A. Baby and "Kerala...
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with M. A. Baby (29 minutes, 14 mb mp3) TRIVANDRUM, Kerala — M. A. Baby is giving us an...|
August 18, 2010
Real India: "I’m the Village Guy"
Click to listen in on Chris’s conversation with Barathi Raja Reddy in Tamil Nadu. (17 minutes, 8 mb mp3) Barathi Raja Reddy is the Indian...|
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