A Pole-Dancing Terrorist

Conversation is the glue that holds mothers and daughters together, according to linguist Deborah Tannen. She joins us to today to explain how those conversations can go wrong, and why mothers and daughters tend to miscommunicate. Also: French director Pascale Ferran on her new film adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover. Richard Flanagan's new novel about a pole dancer who's mistaken for a terrorist. And journalist Edward Luce tries to make sense of the many contradictions of modern India.