BFM 89.9

Podcast  >  Bigger Picture  >  Front Row  >  Why Conservation Needs Communities

Why Conservation Needs Communities

Sarmistha Chatterjee, conservation architect

05-Sep-18 14:00

Why Conservation Needs Communities

When we talk about the conservation of heritage sites, we often talk about it as being separate from the people and communities who are linked to those places. Sarmistha Chatterjee is a conservation architect from India who emphasises and works with those connections. We speak to Sarmistha about her work and the importance of communities in the conservation of cultural heritage.

Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan


Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.

Tags:  conservation architectconservationcultural heritageheritage sitescommunityFront rowThe Bigger PictureEnergy, EnvironmentEnvironment/SustainabilityEnvironmentScienceVisual Arts


Life
Dan Lain-Lain

Share this podcast




Play / Pause

Listen now : Back To Back (REPEAT): EP25 - The Beach Boys

Today’s Shows



10:00 AM

Pick of the Pops (REPEAT)

Epi450 - Hits From The 60s to 80s

12:00 PM

Bar None (REPEAT)

1:00 PM

Ringgit and Sense (REPEAT)

Charlie Munger, The Abominable No Man; Rajen Devadason, Licensed Financial Planner, Manulife Investment Management Malaysia Berhad

1:30 PM

The Property Show (REPEAT)

What Could Deter Property Transaction From Taking Place?; Chris Tan, Managing Partner, Chur Associates

2:00 PM

Cruise Control (REPEAT)

Hyundai Ioniq 5's Wow Factor; Daniel Fernandez, Managing Editor, dsf.my

3:00 PM

By the Book (REPEAT)

Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival 2022

4:00 PM

The Bigger Picture (REPEAT)

Hasan Al-Akraa - Life as a Refugee; Hasan Al-Akraa, Syrian Refugee, Activist

5:00 PM

TED Radio Hour

6:00 PM

Earth Matters (REPEAT)

You've Got A Friend in Bukit Kiara; Ir Dr Kribanandan Naidu, President, Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK)

7:00 PM

Back To Back (REPEAT)

EP25 - The Beach Boys

8:00 PM

Track By Track (REPEAT)

EP25 - Pet Sounds

9:00 PM

The Selector