‘No Destination’ wins Sandford St Martin Trust
Radio Award 2015
No Destination triumphed in the radio category. The programme made for Radio 4 by Reel Soul Movies told the story of Satish Kumar in his own words. In an hour-long broadcast, he relived the experience of walking 8,000 miles to deliver packets of ‘peace tea’ to the leaders of the world’s four nuclear powers.
Listen to the slightly shorter, BBC World Service version on iPlayer :
‘No Destination’ in the Press
The story is as fascinating as it is unlikely... Kumar remains cheerful, hopeful and benign.Financial Times - Pick of the Weekend - TV & Radio 4 stars
Haunting, shocking & inspiringDaily Telegraph - Pick of the Week
At the height of the Cold War, Satish Kumar walked 8,000-miles for world peace. The poet Lemn Sissay reads extracts from Kumar’s autobiographyThe Independent - Radio Highlights
Best of the Rest - 3 starsDaily Mail
Interview: Scilla Elworthy
Dr. Scilla Elworthy founded the Oxford Research Group (ORG) in 1982 to develop effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policy-makers worldwide and their critics.
Her new book, Pioneering the Possible : Awakened leadership for a world that works was published on the 7th October in the US by North Atlantic Books and will be available in the UK on the 7th November.
This is what people say about the book:
“Let this book wake you up to your own inner power – the capacity now required to help resolve global problems and build a world that works for all.”
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
“This book is certainly a powerful catalyst towards the new world of consciousness, founded in listening and empathy that the world needs to embrace.”
Jean Oelwang, CEO of Virgin Unite, the entrepreneurial foundation of the worldwide Virgin Group