Welcome to the next in TIE’s 2013 podcast series: Interviews With Interesting People.
Today’s interview is with Mary Smith, author of Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni.
We had an interesting chat, ranging from the usefulness of babies to the future of mankind, here it is..
As usual, I asked Mary if she had any suggestions for music to top and tail our chat and she asked me to add something by Dawood Sarkhosh, a poet and musician of the Hazara ethnic minority. She chose him particularly because, as she tells us in the interview, the Taliban are still committed to wiping out the Hazara people completely.
Darwood left Afghanistan after his brother (his first music teacher) was killed in the civil war.… Read on...