Nadir Pop and Peter Pop are back with another episode as part of Podcast month.
30th of September is International Podcast Day and just like they celebrated Father’s Month in June this year, the Pop Duo are this month celebrating podcasts. They are going to speak to fellow podcasters and professionals from the podcasting world in India. Their next guest is Neela Ingle.
Neela Ingle is a retired professor who taught Civil Engineering at National Institute of Engineering, Raipur. Where one journey ended, another one began – Podcasting. She took to podcasting in 2020 by recording Marathi literary content both long and short form. Neelaji has produced over 70 episodes. All of this at a young age of 76 years.
She is also an avid traveller, trekker, yoga practitioner and a marathon runner.
Highlights from the chat are :-
- Neela Ingle’s introduction to podcasts through her daughter.
- The skills that she developed before starting the podcast, Vachu Anande
- Process that she follows to research and record for the podcast
- Response that she has received from writers and listeners alike.
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Stay tuned next week as Nadir Pop and Peter Pop continue with Podcast Month and invite some very interesting podcasters to share their stories with us