Jan 16, 2020
This is the second of a two-part discussion on borders; the
first, in the previous episode, centred on experiences of crossing
borders, whereas this pod talks more about borders in general,
about how some borders don't really exist, and about what borders
mean to the people on the wrong side of them.
It's quite a political, opinionated, and forthright episode with not as much of the humour as previous episodes, but the subject matter is a bit too important to pass over lightly.
There is an extended contribution by my friend Laura Lundahl on her experience of what borders mean to her, and looking at them from the point of view of an immigrant.