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Lost in Mexico

Nita Rao
Places & TravelSociety & CultureDocumentary

There's more to Mexico than tacos and narcos. Join Nita Rao—lawyer, world champion debater, and journalist—as she explores the hidden sides of Mexican life through conversations with Mexicans.


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Latest Episodes

In Part II of this three-part series, I venture out of the high-end chef bubble, and into some very real, and very heated debates about the cultural appropriation of Mexican food. Is Enrique Olvera right that food belongs to everyone, or is that just... more

3 years ago

Vicente Fox was President of Mexico from 2000-2006. In this wide-ranging interview, he opens up about his campaign to legalize marijuana and curb the power of drug cartels, his concerns about Mexicos democratic future under President López Obrador, a... more

3 years ago

Mexican food is complex, delicious, and ... divisive. In this three-part series, I dive into the raging debate about the cultural appropriation of Mexican food, asking Mexicans from across the spectrum—high-end chefs, traditional indigenous cooks, an... more

3 years ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 173 ratings
  • The telenovela story was great

    That is the only I have listened to but it was well done, an entertaining insightful look at trends in Mexican television and it answered some questions I have been wondering for a while regarding portrayal of race and social class in Mexican media. The media landscape there seems to be slowly improving, good news.

    Dan Fenyvesi
    United States3 years ago
  • Amazing insight into Mexico!

    This is a terrific listen. Nita does a wonderful job revealing Mexico through personal stories. Very compelling, insightful, and very well done. Definitely worth your time!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Very interesting podcast about the Mexican experience

    Nita’s voice is magnetic and her use of storytelling through interviews with Mexicans is enriching and poignant. A really interesting listen with the added benefit of being a superbly produced podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Mr

    Hi Nita and Kiran, more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia3 years ago
  • well presented

    Very well presented Nita. When I read about Asylum seekers sent back to the country of origin never thought about the alienation aspect on their return. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia3 years ago

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