Most readers will already be familiar with the deep and entertaining interviews of the 3:AM Magazine. Here I would like to express my kudos to Richard Marshall and the 3:AM project for their inclusion of scholars working on South Asian philosophy within their interviews.
Unless I missed someone, here is a list of the interviews relevant for South Asian philosophy (broadly conceived):
Ramkrishna Bhattacharya, speaking of Materialism in India, here.
Nicolas Bommarito, speaking of Buddhist ethics and how to appraoch it, here.
William Endelglass, speaking of Buddhism, intercultural philosophy and Levinas, here.
Elisa Freschi, speaking of epistemology, atheism and deontic logic in Mīmāṃsā, here.
Maria Heim, speaking of Buddhaghosa, Buddhist hermeneutics, and emotions, here.
Jonardon Ganeri, speaking of the medicinal model of philosophy, identity and a global history of philosophy, here.
Jay L. Garfield, speaking of Madhayamaka, Tibetan philosophy and comparative philosophy, here.
Malcolm C. Keating, speaking of Indian philosophy of language, here.
Robert Pasnau, speaking of the parochialism in our histories of philosophy (OK, it is not “South Asian philosophy”, but it is still relevant!), here.
Adluri Raghuramaraju, speaking of Ramachandra Gandhi and contemporary Indian philosophy, here.
Evan Thompson, speaking of dreaming, being awake and Advaita Vedānta, here.
Anand Jayprakash Vaidya, speaking of modalities, syllogisms and intercultural philosophy, here.
Jan Westerhoff, speaking of Nāgārjuna and emptiness, here.
Did I miss someone?