Ep. 362: Cock & Bull feat. Vivek Kaul, Amit and Abbas

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On this week's Cock & Bull Cyrus is joined in the studio by economist, author & columnist,Vivek Kaul along with Amit and Abbas. The 4 of them discuss a range of topics from the cost of elections, predicting who will win with how many seats, to the first picture of a black hole to how many working hours in a day are productive? All this and much more on this week's 'Cock & Bull'.

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Ep. 159: feat. Musician Sona Mohapatra

This week, we kick off the Women's Month celebrations on Cyrus Says. The first guest to feature this month is Sona Mohapatra, one of the most talented musicians in India.
Sona is not only renowned for her outspoken nature but now also holds the record for also for not letting Cyrus speak for over two minutes.

Some interesting tidbits from the episode:

Cyrus - For a gareeb desh (poor country), we have a lot of concerts.
Sona - I must correct you, we are not a gareeb desh. There's a lot of disparity, lot of haves and have-nots, but we aren't gareeb, not even by a country mile.

Sona - I know I'm not an easy person to digest.
Cyrus - You're too blunt for an Indian. You'll do well in Europe.

Among some of her cherished performances, is the one with the BBC Philharmonic where they paid a tribute to the legendary RD Burman .

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Ep. 106 feat. Rapper Hard Kaur - Uncensored

On this episode of #CyrusSays, Taran Kaur Dhillon AKA Hard Kaur talks to Cyrus about her turbulent childhood in Kanpur, moving to the UK with her family to start a new life, facing racism and sexism from Indians in the UK, finding rap as a creative outlet, working with the biggest in the music industry and making a comeback with her new single, 'Sherni'.

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