45 episodes

Our Last Week is a weekly podcast by neuro-science researcher and physicist Anuvab Pal and world renowned philosopher Kunaal Roy Kapur. They come together to create an event horizon that looks at the black hole of human existence with a gravitational lens trained specifically on the human week that just went by. They’re just two guys trying to make sense of it all. Deep, bruv.

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    • 4.5, 21 Ratings

Our Last Week is a weekly podcast by neuro-science researcher and physicist Anuvab Pal and world renowned philosopher Kunaal Roy Kapur. They come together to create an event horizon that looks at the black hole of human existence with a gravitational lens trained specifically on the human week that just went by. They’re just two guys trying to make sense of it all. Deep, bruv.

    Our Last Week Returns!

    Our Last Week Returns!

    Anuvab and Kunaal are back and are as bewildered as ever. Come join them every week with new questions and new conundrums, only on Spotify.

    • 1 min
    #44: From ‘How Do You Do?’ to ‘What Do You Do?’

    #44: From ‘How Do You Do?’ to ‘What Do You Do?’

    Do people greet each other properly only when they have an agenda? What do we need to do make moments ‘truly’ memorable? What makes you relate to characters in movies? Do we live in a post-truth world where nothing can be trusted or even distrusted? Is Twitter finally enabling people to be their ass***e selves? On this last episode of Season 1 of Our Last Week, listen to Kunaal Roy Kapur and Anuvab Pal looking back at a year of conundrums.

    • 25 min
    #43: Who Owns Your Life?

    #43: Who Owns Your Life?

    With all Anuvab’s personal conversations with Kunaal are making it to the podcast, he laments their private lives have now become ‘conundrums’ for the benefit of the show’s producers. Which begs the question, do our personal lives even matter? For e.g. do the rights to Dhoni’s life belong to him or to the producers of his biopic? Also, how many middlemen do you need to get anything done? Can Indians ever have an event that doesn’t go into a crisis

    • 23 min
    #42 In India We Don’t Have Laws, We Have “General Guidelines”

    #42 In India We Don’t Have Laws, We Have “General Guidelines”

    Can a Global Citizen Fest really eradicate poverty where a head-exploding variety of celebrities get together to sing and dance for an audience hell-bent on enjoying itself? Are human beings beyond pleasing? What pleasure do us Indians get in circumventing the rules? What is the greatest sacrifice any RBI governor has ever made for India? How much work can you avoid by saying soldiers are dying? How much knowing is knowing enough? OLW asks the right questions once again.

    • 21 min
    #41: Life’s Most Basic Assumptions – SHATTERED

    #41: Life’s Most Basic Assumptions – SHATTERED

    This week there are no conundrums, life itself has become a conundrum. Kunaal and Anuvab contemplate the brave new world where Trump is President and their cash is worth nothing. They are distraught that the basic promise printed on our bank notes has been broken. Anuvab looks for all things he can barter for some tandoori chicken and they talk about how Donald Trump as president will change how we fundamentally look at the western world.

    • 22 min
    #40: “If the phone dies, we die”

    #40: “If the phone dies, we die”

    Why doesn’t anyone in a position of power ever retire? Are people with a family business really that happy or are they better off with jobs? How our phone battery is giving us anxiety? As we get older, do we inevitably become the people we hated in our youth? Are WhatsApp groups another reason to hate our parents? OLW has answers to all of life’s important questions.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Chris_McKeever ,

Great!

Life is full of connundrums. Sometimes you need a podcast to talk about them.

Disappointed me' ,

Boring & Self-Involved

It's like third-wheeling with a not so interesting couple.

AlwaysInAwe ,

Hilarious

Great podcast

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