With KFC closing more than half of its 900 stores after running out of chicken, Nomia asks whether listeners are worried.
KFC has closed more than half of its 900 stores after running out of chicken. How worried are you about the chicken crisis? After this, film director "Q" talks to Dil about his film "Garbage", which is premiering at the Berlin Film Festival. It's the only Indian film at the festival and focuses on an online troll who meets the victim of revenge porn. Then Iranian-American fashion blogger Hoda Katebi tells us about her upcoming book "Tehran Streetstyle". She also recounts a recent interview she did on US TV about her book, when she was asked about nuclear weapons. Plus, economist and journalist Dharshini David discusses her new book "The Almighty Dollar" and explains why the younger generation are financially worse off than their elders. And we discuss anti-Semitism in the Muslim community and Islamophobia in the Jewish community with Julie Siddiqi and Laura Marks, who both want to build bridges between Muslim and Jewish communities.