For farm women in Nepal, pregnancy brings no respite from hard physical labor. What is being done to give them a much-needed rest? Radio story and short film produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
Samita Bajracharya is a young Nepalese girl who lives with her family, studies hard, and enjoys playing music. But until recently she was also worshipped by people who believed she was a reincarnated goddess. Radio story and video produced by Sonia Narang.
Vieux Farka Touré of Mali visits PRI's The World in Boston, and performs a solo rendition of his song Kele Magni, which means "The War Must Stop" in the Bambara language.
Since Germany decided to shut off its nuclear power plants in the aftermath of Japan’s Fukushima disaster, the country has focused on alternative energy solutions, particularly wind. Sonia Narang reports from the international wind energy expo in the northern German town of Husum.
Sonia Narang reports from Chennai, India, on a new wave of hard-hitting, realistic cinema that's shaking up the Tamil language film industry.
The Nizami Bandhu, who sing Qawwali music as a form of worship in one of India's oldest Sufi shrines, have been passing the music down to younger generations. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.