150 episodios

The Jaipur Bytes podcast, hosted by Lakshya Datta, delivers thought-provoking ideas and meaningful debates from the iconic Jaipur Literature Festival, setting off conversations even when away from the Pink City. Jaipur Bytes is produced by Launchora in association with the Jaipur Literature Festival.

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The Jaipur Bytes podcast, hosted by Lakshya Datta, delivers thought-provoking ideas and meaningful debates from the iconic Jaipur Literature Festival, setting off conversations even when away from the Pink City. Jaipur Bytes is produced by Launchora in association with the Jaipur Literature Festival.

    Where does Fiction come from: Elizabeth Gilbert, Leïla Slimani, Avni Doshi, John Lanchester, Howard Jacobson, Damian Barr

    Where does Fiction come from: Elizabeth Gilbert, Leïla Slimani, Avni Doshi, John Lanchester, Howard Jacobson, Damian Barr

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    Elizabeth Gilbert, Leila Slimani, Avni Doshi, John Lanchester and Howard Jacobson in conversation with Damian Barr.

    • 43 min
    The Travel Session: Katie Hickman, Howard Jacobson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Peter Hessler, Suketu Mehta, William Dalrymple

    The Travel Session: Katie Hickman, Howard Jacobson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Peter Hessler, Suketu Mehta, William Dalrymple

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    Travel writing is one of the most ancient forms of literature but does it have any relevance in the age of the internet, globalisation and Google Maps? Travel writers Katie Hickman, Elizabeth Gilbert, Peter Hessler, Howard Jacobson and Suketu Mehta discuss the genre and read from their work with William Dalrymple.

    • 55 min
    Winners Take All: Anand Giridharadas in conversation with Åsne Seierstad

    Winners Take All: Anand Giridharadas in conversation with Åsne Seierstad

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    Writer and TIME editor-at-large Anand Giridharadas takes on the privileged classes in his scorching new book, the bestselling Winners Take All. It investigates the global elite’s efforts to ‘change the world’ except in ways that threaten the social order and their position atop it. This searing critique of modern plutocrats who seek to do more good but never less harm is described as a call to action for elites and everyday citizens alike. A session that offers transformative perspectives to complex societal problems. In conversation with Åsne Seierstad.

    • 35 min
    The Lives of Women: Bettany Hughes, Jung Chang, Benjamin Moser, Lindsey Hilsum, Hallie Rubenhold, Anita Anand

    The Lives of Women: Bettany Hughes, Jung Chang, Benjamin Moser, Lindsey Hilsum, Hallie Rubenhold, Anita Anand

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    How does one capture the life of a woman in writing? How different is the feminine biography from that of a man? Biographers Bettany Hughes, Benjamin Moser, Jung Chang, Lindsey Hilsum and Hallie Rubenhold discuss the difficulty of pinning to paper the lives of women to paper in conversation with Anita Anand.

    • 34 min
    Belt, Road and Beyond: Bruno Maçães, Manoj Joshi, Shyam Saran in conversation with Sujeev Shakya

    Belt, Road and Beyond: Bruno Maçães, Manoj Joshi, Shyam Saran in conversation with Sujeev Shakya

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    China’s mammoth Belt and Road initiative, straddling almost 70 countries, is an infrastructure project of staggering complexity. Alongside writers and diplomats Manoj Joshi, Shyam Saran, Sujeev Shakya and Bruno Maçães, a Portugese politician, former Minister of European Affairs and author of Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order, discusses its ambitions and implications as it tracks new trade and energy routes, with particular emphasis on its feasibility and implications in India and South Asia.

    • 43 min
    The Art of Innovation: Tilly Blyth and Payal Arora in conversation with Tarun Khanna

    The Art of Innovation: Tilly Blyth and Payal Arora in conversation with Tarun Khanna

    A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020.

    Throughout history, artists and scientists have been bound together by a complex thread born out of the desire to experiment, taking inspiration from each other’s disciplines but working from very different perspectives. This session, featuring Tilly Blyth, Head of Collections and Principal Curator at the Science Museum in London and the author of the edifying book The Art of Innovation: From Enlightenment to Dark Matter, and Payal Arora, Professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam and award-winning author of several books, including The Next Billion Users, discusses how the ingenuity of science and technology has fed the artistic imagination and affected innovation. The authors will be in conversation with author and academic Tarun Khanna, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School.

    • 45 min

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