Grandfather, father, daughter: three views of a world that is constantly changing. How do we find consensus between different age and opinion groups? Michal Kašpárek is a journalist and translator whose novel Fosilie, dedicated to intergenerational misunderstandings, was published last year. The second guest, Petr Šesták, is also a writer and a photographer who operates analogue automatic photo machines. He is the author of Vyhoření, which deals with the conflict between cyclists and motorists, and the book Kontinuatika parku, which shows that the main borders are not between countries but between the countryside and the city.