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Mumbai is one of only a few major conurbations in the world to boast urban flamingos. But a new bridge will cut through their habitat and most likely drive them away. For World Migratory Bird day on May 10, my web story (longer, more comprehensive reportage) appeared on the DW.de environment page. You can read it here: Bridge Threatens Mumbai’s Flamingos. But I also did a radio story that came […]

Mumbai’s Flamingos & the transharbour link





In August, Sonologue jumped into the fray of the first annual 24-Hour Radio Race, organized by the fine folks at KCRW’s Independent Producer’s Project. The concept was simple. Teams from more than 100 countries registered. On August 17, 10a.m. EST (10:30 p.m. IST local time for me) they dropped the theme by presenting this video (“The Last Thing You’d Expect“) and we had 24 hours

KCRW radio race 2013






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A graffiti project has been launched in India that’s about more than just spray cans and eluding authority. Actually, “The Wall Project” is a sort of “graffiti for good”, for a sense of common space, aesthetics and a whole lot more — follow the RNW link to listen to the program (click the |> play button 😉 and stream it from the Earthbeat page) or listen to just my clip […]

graffiti for good-Mumbai’s Wall Project