Previous episodes of the Bombay Talkies
Bombay Talkies is a set of one-of podcasts in and around Mumbai.
: At Sewri, an industrial suburb near Mumbai, you can find a treat for tired eyes. Along the backdrop of industry and with the whistle of a train ringing through the air, like rose petals clustered on glass, you can see a flock of real live flamingos - a thousand of them calmly rocking on the waves.
: Karmayog’s third annual Corporate Social Responsibility report is out and we got an exclusive sneak peak at the findings. This year 13 companies got 4 points out of a possible 5. Who are they? And what can the rest do? And why should we, as citizens, as consumers, care?
: This episode of Bombay Talkies features Cariya Breeman, an American culinary artist who’s guest chefing a 9-course vegetarian dinner at Valhalla on the 27th and 28th of October. She talked to Sonologue about what culinary art is …
: All week long, we’re celebrating Joy of Giving week. Indians have been singled out for being pretty damn stingy with their time and money. In July, Mint carried an exegesis on “Why Indians don’t give back to society.” This is a counter-movement.
: In this report, we feature Mumbai’s Leopold Cafe - an eternal hotspot that has reinvented itself as an emblem of Mumbai’s unfettered, unstoppable spirit
: Meet the Author: Janhavi Achrekar, who has just published her first collection of short stories. In this interview she talks about the struggle to get published, how the scenario has changed for Indian authors, her other projects and about the book, “Window Seat.”
: On April 1, the long awaited “people’s car” - the Tata Nano made its debut at select car dealerships in Mumbai. We went over to one in the evening and talked to (and recorded) a few of the eager people milling about. We got information on the feel of the car, how the bookings work…