wfd2013 Podcast

  • Crazy Food Economy

    Helena Norberg Hodge is an analyst of the impact of the global economy on cultures and agriculture worldwide, a pioneer of the localisation movement, and the articulator of the core ideas of Counter-development. Her organization is The International Society for Ecology and Culture (ISEC). She talks with Helen Lobato of Australia's Women on the Line radio programme. (Program part of our WFD 2013 campaign)

    WINGS
    USA
    English | 28 Minutes 42 Seconds | 39Mb


  • A labour organizer's story

    Speaking from her home in exile in Winnipeg, Gertrude Hambira, Secretary General of the General Agricultural and Plantation Workers Union of Zimbabwe, describes her work against the hideously failed land policy of the Mugabe government and why she had to flee. She still works on the child labour issue and hopes for the future. Interview by Rose Marie Whalley.

    WINGS
    USA
    English | 28 Minutes 49 Seconds | 40Mb


  • Founding Farmers Markets In Scotland

    As part of a series of Radio Curious on tour in Scotland, we interview Jim Fairlie, the organizer of Farmers Markets in Scotland. Jim is a farmer by trade at Logie Almond Farm near Perth in the southern end of the Scottish Highlands.

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29 Minutes 20 Seconds | 14Mb


  • Do You Really Want to Eat That?

    Eric Schlosser, the author of “Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal,” writes that it is not only what is served for human consumption that plagues the country, but the art of mass marketing to children – through organized promotions and ads in school buses, hallways and even bathroom stalls – that has serious side effects in society.

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29 Minutes | 14Mb


  • The Future of Food

    “The Future of Food,” a film written and produced by Deborah Koons Garcia, discusses our food’s conflicting relationship with both mass agri-business and local agriculture.

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29 Minutes 8 Seconds | 14Mb


  • The Slow Food Movement

    How can we assure ourselves that the food we eat is safe, nutritious and energy-efficient? If we are what we eat, we ought to know what we will become.

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29 Minutes | 14Mb


  • Do You Really Want To Eat Factory Farmed Food?

    Do you know how the food you eat is raised? In this conversation host and producer Attorney Barry Vogel visits with Gene Baur, author of “Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts And Minds About Animals And Food.”

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29 Minutes 26 Seconds | 14Mb


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