Sep 30, 2022
Gaia Vince is a science and environment journalist and author.
She has written extensively about the impact human life has had on our planet.
In this episode, Gaia joins Krishnan to talk about her new book, Nomad Century, in which she takes a look at how migration could be the solution to the climate crisis.
Sep 23, 2022
Tova Friedman was one of the youngest survivors of the Auschwitz death camp.
Her family came from Poland, went through various concentration camps, and ended up in Auschwitz. But remarkably, both her, her mother and father survived.
She has written an extraordinary memoir called The Daughter of Auschwitz, together with...
Sep 16, 2022
Edward Enninful is the editor of British Vogue and European editorial director of Condé Nast.
Krishnan talks to him about what it’s like to be a refugee in the UK, having moved to London from Ghana at a young age.
They also discuss Enninful’s new book, ‘A Visible Man’, what he thinks of Liz Truss and how...
Sep 2, 2022
Dave Stewart is a musician, who rose to fame after forming the iconic British pop duo, Eurythmics, alongside Annie Lennox.
Krishnan talks to him about his latest solo album, Ebony McQueen, which has drawn heavily on the blues he heard growing up in Sunderland, as he tells the story of his life through the songs.
Aug 26, 2022
Deborah Meaden is a successful businesswoman, entrepreneur and star of the TV show Dragons’ Den.
She talks to Krishnan about her worries about the British economy, how Dragons’ den has transformed the world of business and why she has been talking about protecting the environment for decades.