Indian authors Salman Rushdie and Arundhati Roy as well as American journalist Barbara Crossette talk to Charlie about India's 50th year of independence. They share their thoughts on the future of the world's largest democracy. Next, the United States Tennis Association is naming its new tennis stadium after the late tennis star Arthur Ashe. His widow, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, and USTA president Harry Marmion talk about the new stadium and the legacy of its namesake. Finally, filmmaker Neil Labute discusses his controversial new film, In The Company of Men, which explores gender relations.
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