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Wednesday, 12th August, 2020

Anindita Ghose

Anindita Ghose

Anindita Ghose is the editor of Mint Lounge, the award-winning Saturday magazine of the Indian business daily, Mint. She studied to be a linguist and was previously the Features Director of Vogue India. In 2019, she was a Hawthornden Writing Fellow.


A Little Bit of Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry in conversation with Anindita Ghose

Stephen Fry is one of the world's best-known actors and comedians. But when he arrived at Cambridge, he was a convicted thief, an addict and a failed suicide, convinced that he would be expelled. Instead, university life offered him love and the chance to entertain. He befriended bright young things like Hugh Laurie and actress Emma Thompson. Here, Fry talks about his life and work with 'Mint Lounge' editor Anindita Ghose as he tells the hilarious and compelling story of how he took his first step in the worlds of theatre, radio, television and film.


Alain de Botton in conversation with Anindita Ghose

Alain de Botton is a Swiss-British writer and philosopher whose Essays in Love has sold more than two million copies. Here he talks about his life and work, and his thoughts on living under lockdown in conversation with Anindita Ghose.