Dakaar is a food podcast by Geetanjali Advani. After various professional
stints she settled with a Glass of Wine. This podcast will follow the food
journey and the Dakaar thereafter. Recorded in the spare time she gets from
stalking on Facebook. Instagram handle : dakaar123
All public policies -- indeed, all actions by humans -- have two kinds of
effects: the effects that are intended, and visible; and unintended
consequences, which are invisible. The Seen and the Unseen is a podcast that
aims to examine both the seen and the unseen effects of our actions. Presented
by Amit Varma (a journalist for a decade-and-a-half, and winner of the
prestigious Bastiat Prize for journalism in 2007 and 2015 -- the only person
to win it twice), the show takes on a specific public policy in every episode,
and dissects its seen and unseen effects. For example: the ban on surge
pricing by Uber in Delhi. What is seen is that Uber no longer costs so much;
what is unseen is that you cannot get an Uber at all, because of the scarcity
that is a direct result of the price control. The host explains the economic
reasoning at work, and talks to an expert who breaks it down further. The host
will have a panel of experts at his disposal, from a variety of disciplines,
and will speak to a relevant expert in every episode. Subjects covered will
range from broad ones like the state of education in India, to narrower ones
like the banning of 'victimless crimes' like prostitution and gambling.
Beyond the pesky Facebook game requests and wall graffiti, Poker is an ever-
evolving game with a huge community of players who love playing it for a whole
bunch of reasons. What are these reasons? Well, join Azeem Banatwalla and
Peter Abraham for a fun free-wheeling chat about poker and learn how the game
is so much more than you could have ever imagined. Everything you've ever
wanted to know about poker and the people involved in it, we bring it to you
in one compact podcast. So tune in to The Spartan Poker's Mera Kaam Poker, get
your poker face on and let the mind games begin!
A show hosted by comedian Navin Noronha, that welcomes members from the LGBT community who are out and proud and cover everything from the quirks of their sexuality to how their lives evolved as a queer individual. The idea being to normalise the gay conversation and make everyone realise that it isn't much different for gay folks.
Advertising has a bad name, it's often perceived as that one thing which we
can't wait to skip or block. But is that all its about? Because if you listen
to all the conversation around it, it's end-game advertising!! Well, all is
not what meets the eye and while this is a time of extreme change for the
advertising industry fueled by a large amount of Flux in the content and media
industries.This might be the one time when advertising is growing beyond what
anyone can imagine. So to dig deeper into this mystery box that is the world
of advertising, we are launching a brand new podcast with Varun Duggirala, co-
founder and content chief at The Glitch. Each week, host Varun will discuss
the changes and developments in the business of advertising, branding,
content, media and a whole range of issues that exist within the industry.
Episodes out every Tuesday, starting 27th November.
Who's Your Mommy? is an irreverent podcast where author, adwoman and mother
Vedashree Khambete-Sharma chats with other mothers about the goosebump-
inducing ups and nausea-causing downs of that roller-coaster ride called
What exactly is freedom of speech? How does one exercise it and defend it?
More importantly, why does it matter? And why should you, as a citizen, care
about it? In our latest podcast series, Awaaz Do, Neha Mathews attempts to
answer these questions through conversations with activists, lawyers, artists
and others, and uncovers the various ways in which our free speech is