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Ritula Shah talks to Mark Boyle

Ritula Shah explores the theme of renunciation and talks to Mark Boyle, who lived without money for almost three years.

Ritula Shah was brought up as a Jain, which has renunciation as one of its central tenets. Ritula has always been fascinated by this idea and in this series she wants to explore what it means to give up something that still has value to those around you. Why do it? Where does it leave your relationships with those people whose choices you will have contradicted or undermined by your own? What happens when you waver (as surely you must)?

In this second episode in a series of three programmes, she talks to Mark Boyle who lived without money for almost three years. What did he think it could achieve?

Producer: Maggie Ayre.

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15 minutes