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Podcast Episode 5 with Nayomi Munaweera

Jeff is joined by author Nayomi Munaweera, whose second novel – What Lies Between Us – was recently released. They discuss writing, elephants, and travel to Nayomi’s native Sri Lanka, now  that the 32-year civil war has ended.

We visit with musical polymath Jef Stott, and hear an original story by travel writer Lavinia Spalding.

Have a listen!

Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 5:

Lavinia Spalding (opening story):  laviniaspalding.com

Himalayan Writers Workshop, with Lavinia Spalding & Jeff Greenwald, Feb-March
2018: himalayanwritersworkshop.com/turning-the-wheel

Nayomi Munaweera: us.macmillan.com/author/nayomimunaweera

Jef Stott / World is Sound Project:
jefstott.com
worldissound.tv

Natalie’s hotel workers’ rights story: fairhotel.org

For all ET News stories with Natalie Lefevre, please visit: ethicaltraveler.org/posts

Music:

Opening story (Korea): Self Portrait by Jin Hi Kim, from the album Komungo
jinhikim.com

Podcast Theme Music: Energizer by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
stephenkent.net

Closing track: Kehta Hai Mehra Dil by the Bollywood Brass Band, from their 2016
album Carnatic Connections
bollywoodbrassband.co.uk

Additional music by Jef Stott, as above!

Geo Quiz-zine #3:

Q – The 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey included a trip into orbit aboard a Pan
Am Space Clipper. Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick tried to make the trip seem completely
realistic—but there was one big error, involving food. What was it?
A – Still up for grabs!! Email your answers to podcast@ethicaltraveler.org

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