Point Blank Show

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The Point Blank Show is an excuse to spend sometime with people having immense insights and significant achievements. The guests on the show range from entrepreneurs, artists, business leaders, writer, sports personality etc. Each show attempts to bring out insights and often making us think about things that aren't obvious.

Edward Carr, The Economist's Foreign editor takes us through his brilliant special report on America's foreign policy in which he argues that despite experiencing a dreadful decade abroad, Americans are unduly pessimistic about their place in the world. China's rise as a formidable player in world affairs is undisputed, but…
In this podcast, The Economist's Jon Fasman talks about his on-ground experience of covering the US presidential elections. Over the past few months Jon travelled across the country, attended rallies, conducted interviews, met strangers, filed articles, wrote online, did live-blogging, recorded podcasts and met crazy deadlines. To report the greatest…
The Economist's Innovation Editor, Paul Markillie joins us to talk about the magical world of 'digital manufacturing', the subject of his special report which was published earlier this year. In this 20 minute chat Paul shares his experiences which took him to some interesting places across the world. Manufacturing has…
The Economist's deputy news editor, Simon Wright is so good at dismembering jargons that you might even start to care about knowing a little something about natural gas, the subject of his special report that was published this month. In this podcast, Simon gives us a crash course in 'Shale…
The Economist's Jon Fasman knows what it takes to be a New York Times best selling author. His book, 'Geographer's Library' published in 2005 has been released into more than a dozen languages and his more recent novel, 'The Unpossessed City' is a major hit. At The Economist, he covers…