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This week on Geek Fruit the guys discuss the new Spider-Man movie, autoheads Sanjeev and Tushar talk about the new BMW 5 Series on The Rotormouth Podcast and we get into the nitty-gritties of travel planning on Drinks and Destinations. Also, lined up, is an episode of The Seen and The Unseen, in which Journalist Amit Varma breaks down the problems with Indian television.

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Geek Fruit: Ep 80 – Spider-Boy

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They spend way too much time discussing minuscule facts, character dynamics, story arcs andunique concepts in the wonderful world of science-fiction and overall nerd culture. Tejas, Jishnu and Siddhant talk about the latest iteration of Spider-Man, and whether this one’s for keeps. Spoiler: he totally is.

Listen to Geek Fruit here.

The Rotormouth Podcast: Ep 5 –  BMW 5 Series and Ducati Buy-out Rumour

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Hosted by Sanjeev Joshi and Tushar Burman is an auto show that looks at the big automotive stories of the week. 

India comes face to face with the new BMW 5 series, the latest business athlete from the BMW stable that counts India’s favourite son Sachin Tendulkar as one of its prospective fans. And the story which refuses to go away – Who will buy Ducati? And will that even happen?

Listen to The Rotormouth Podcast here.

Drinks and Destinations: Ep 30 – Travel Planning

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This podcast is your handy guide to the world of fine wines, spirits and more, along with a dip into travels around the world.

In this episode hosts Rojita & Sameera chat with Sudeepta Sanyal, Co-Founder of The Blueberry Trails, a company which specialises in customised travels. She also shares some fun facts and bizarre requests from people.

Listen to Drinks and Destinations here.

The Seen and The Unseen Ep. 26 – Television Price Controls

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Hosted by Amit Varma, this show aims to examine both the seen and the unseen effects of public policy.

Indian television is appalling, and the reasons for that go beyond culture. Renowned journalist Ashok Malik joins Amit Varma to describe how government regulation played its part.

Listen to The Seen and The Unseen Podcast here.

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Written by the IVM Staff

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