Subhash Vohra is one of a handful of broadcasters to have worked at four major international broadcast organizations: All India Radio and TV; the British Broadcast Corporation (BBC); Germany’s Deutsche Welle; and the Voice of America.
Not only does his memoir shed light on some of the most striking events in the post World War Two period, it also provides a host of acutely observed vignettes that reveal the mindset of everyday citizens in India, Britain, Germany and the United States.
In this book he touches upon the life, culture, attitudes, political system, educational system, health care and social dynamics of the four countries
He is fluent in English, Hindi, German, Punjabi and Urdu and also speaks French and Spanish. Mr. Vohra’s interests include travel and foreign affairs, listening to music, reading and watching TV.