BBC World News’s weekly programme BBC Worklife India marked its 100th episode from BBC’s Delhi studios last week which highlights topical debates, stories, and features about life in India today. The programme hosts business leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and celebrities in candid conversation on all things.
The program airs on BBC World News every Friday at 9 PM with a repeat telecast on Monday at 7 PM which is also streamed on BBC World Service radio. The 100th episode drew engaging conversation on the future of work in a post-pandemic future wherein Devina Gupta spoke to young self-starters under 30 years of age.
The special edition featured – Ritesh Agarwal, Founder and group CEO, OYO Hotels and Homes, Suchita Salwan, Co-founder, discovery-led commerce platform LBB and Ashish Chanchlani, YouTuber and influencer.
“WorklifeIndia is a programme from India, about India but full of themes that involve the whole world. It discusses a huge range of issues and is both fun when it wants to be and fearless when it needs to be.”
Steve Titherington, Senior Commissioning Editor, BBC World Service
Devina Gupta, Presenter of BBC WorklifeIndia added, ‘’WorklifeIndia highlights what motivates people in their business lives and their family lives. This centenary edition shows just how India’s entrepreneurial ethos has led to young entrepreneurs finding new ways to start a business even during the Covid lockdown. This is just the type of inspiring conversation we want to share with India and the world.”