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Former New York Times food journalist and #1 bestselling author Mark Bittman (How to Cook Everything, Eat Vegan Before 6:00) has a love for food and a passion for food issues. He explores all aspects of food - from what to have for dinner, how to raise healthy children, and how to make a perfect meringue to big picture questions about climate change, sustainability, and global hunger. Each week, Mark talks with celebrities, cooks, chefs, farmers, activists, policymakers, and food-lovers abou ...
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What Doesn't Kill You

Heritage Radio Network

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Food production is a curious business; it's nuanced, layered, complex, and political. In What Doesn’t Kill You, host Katy Keiffer endeavors to identify and explain some of the key issues in our food system through interviews with journalists, authors, scientists, activists, and industry experts. Water rights, meat and agricultural production, food waste, labor issues, and new technologies are just some of the topics explored so we can better understand how to feed the future.
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Plants & Policies Podcast

Canadians for Responsible Food Policy

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This podcast is aimed at bringing the public important research findings and news surrounding the Canadian food system, specifically, the plant-based food system and policies surrounding the subject. Joined by Canadians for Responsible Food Policy’s Managing Director, Ina Toncescu and Researcher and Graduate Student, Maddie Youngman. We will be hosting various guests occasionally, who are working towards the same goals of a just transition to a plant-based food system in Canada.
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Sarah Delevan hosts The Good Food CFO Podcast | Building Financial Confidence. Redefining Equitability. Leading The Good Food Revolution. You'll hear stories from Food Founders, Disruptors, and Industry Experts as we discuss building a business on your own terms. New episodes weekly.
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Meat + Three

Heritage Radio Network

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Get ready for a delectable experience with Meat + Three, your weekly serving of food stories and commentary served up by the talented interns at Heritage Radio Network (HRN). Inspired by the Southern tradition of a hearty main dish and three sides, this podcast offers a deep dive into the latest food trends, the socio-cultural impact of food, and personal narratives about our relationships with what we eat and drink. Powered by the HRN internship program, Meat + Three serves as a vibrant pla ...
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IFPRI Podcast

International Food Policy Research Institute

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The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) provides research-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty and end hunger and malnutrition in developing countries. Established in 1975, IFPRI currently has more than 600 employees working in over 50 countries. It is a research center of CGIAR, a worldwide partnership engaged in agricultural research for development.
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Policy 360

Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University

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Policy 360 is a series of audio conversations from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. The series is hosted by Sanford's dean, Judith Kelley.
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Sustainability Bites

Schuttelaar & Partners

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Schuttelaar & Partners is a consultancy that dreams about a sustainable and healthy future. Founded by Marcel Schuttelaar in 1995, we have 29 years of experience in the agrifood & health sector. In this podcast, we want to spotlight key issues at the EU level, inviting experts and colleagues to share their knowledge. Learn more on our website: https://schuttelaar-partners.com/
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Farmers interview scientists, activists, politicians, and authors engaged in protecting USDA organic food against an active corporate takeover. As the Real Organic Project releases its add-on food label in stores and markets in 2021, we want to introduce eaters across the United States to our movement and its allies. In this podcast series, you'll meet the best organic and regenerative farmers around, as well as journalists, climate experts, policy makers and chefs (former VP Al Gore, Dr. Va ...
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Policy for the People

Oregon Center for Public Policy

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Welcome to Policy for the People, a show that explores the public policies that can lift up all Oregonians. This show is a collaboration between KMUZ radio (kmuz.org) and the Oregon Center for Public Policy (ocpp.org).
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Catch up on the biggest stories of the day from Washington with interviews and analysis from leading journalists. Posted weekdays at 6:30 pm ET. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you the "Q&A" podcast.
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What to know and where to go in Metro Detroit. Timely conversations and local stories about a variety of topics including autos, bars and restaurants, business, Detroit City FC, development, local government, policy, technology, things to do, transit and more. All in about 20 minutes a day.
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Whether it’s a salad, a hamburger or your morning egg sandwich, the way your meal gets made has an impact. What You’re Eating is here to help you understand how your food gets to your plate, and see the full impact of the food we eat on animals, planet and people. Host Jerusha Klemperer is the Director of FoodPrint.org, a website that uncovers the problems with the industrial food system, and offers examples of more sustainable practices, as well as practical advice for how you can help supp ...
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Eat. Drink. Think.

Edible Communities

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Eat. Drink. Think. is a podcast brought to you by Edible Communities. In each episode we talk with the growers, makers, purveyors, thought leaders and policy advocates who are forging new paths toward a more sustainable food system.
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These two know their food and they know the people responsible for making waves in the restaurant business. Hosts Tim Chantarangsu and David So have explored various restaurants, locations, and food experiences, and they want to share all that info with you! They’ll talk to some of the people starting food trends, and people who go searching for the latest finds. Every week, the Dudes bring you a new food-related topic and give you advice and some hilarious stories that come to mind. You'll ...
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The Checkout

Errol Schweizer and Evan Driscoll

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Hosted and produced by two Organic food and farming lifers, The Checkout brings forward diverse voices and stories from the frontlines of our food system. Now more than ever, our food system is in a constant state of flux, radical change and crisis. From farm, retail and wholesale sector analyses to public policy, labor organizing and community struggles, The Checkout will expand the horizon for consumers and food industry professionals of what is possible and what is necessary to create a j ...
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Do you want to go behind the sciences and learn about how the food gets on your table? Hear about the complex world of agricultural policy, food safety, crop protection, disease control and more from the most influential people working in farming. Be sure to tune in each week as we delve deeper into the inner workings of our food system.
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Feed

TABLEdebates.org

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Is a local or global food system more sustainable? How big should a farm be? Debates about the future of food have become more polarised than ever. We will explore the evidence, worldviews, and values that people bring to global food system debates. Our show will be in conversation with those who are trying to transform the food system, as part of the ongoing work of Table, a collaboration between the University of Oxford, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), and Wageningen ...
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Dairy Stream focuses on policy, sustainability, market trends, new technology and farmer involvement. This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.
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Listen to PBS NewsHour science reporting published every Wednesday by 9 p.m. Featuring reports from Miles O'Brien, Nsikan Akpan and the rest of our science crew, we take on topics ranging from the future of 3-D printing to power of placebo drugs. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full shows, individual segments, Brooks and Capehart, Brief but Spectacular, Politics Monday and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is ...
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Welcome to Redefining Conservation, a podcast by Sierra Club Maine. In this series we discuss our campaign to conserve 30% of Maine’s lands and waters by 2030, what this means for Mainers, and how it will be done. To learn more, visit us at SierraClub.org/Maine/30x30
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Binge Eater is a food comedy podcast that serves up candid and unfiltered takes on the culinary world and beyond. In a world where customers go off on fast food employees for missing condiments and TikTok kids eat NyQuil chicken, host Harley Morenstein, aka the Sauce Boss and co-creator of Epic Meal Time, is a voice of reason for the people. Join us every Monday for your dad’s favorite podcast. For advertising opportunities please email: PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com We wanna make the p ...
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The First Sixteen

Agriculture and Agri-food Canada

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Welcome to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s podcast series that explores the freshest ideas in agriculture and food. Each episode explores a single topic in depth—digging deep into new practices, innovative ideas, and their impacts on the industry. Learn about Canada’s agricultural sector from the people making the breakthroughs and knocking down the barriers! Farmers and foodies, scientists and leaders, and anyone with an eye on the future of the sector—this podcast is for you!
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Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast

Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast

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The Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast gets to the heart of what is happening throughout Ohio agriculture. Hear about important issues impacting Ohio Farm Bureau members and their communities as Ty Higgins visits with a wide variety of experts who cover farming, farm policy and food production across the value chain.
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The Curious Capitalist

Conscious Business Collaborative

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The Curious Capitalist is a podcast shining a spotlight on conscious business leadership and culture through interviews with authors, academics, policy-makers and entrepreneurs who have shifted their practices to engage employees and other stakeholders in expressing a higher purpose.
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Issues and Ideas is a show that features a wide variety of voices sharing their thoughts and perspectives about local people, issues and events on the Central Coast. You might hear a policy maker discussing new regulation, an artist sharing his creative process, an entrepreneur exploring sustainable business practices, or an author talking about her latest book.Regular contributors and segments include: the KCBX News team; travel correspondent Tom Wilmer's Journeys of Discovery; Father Ian D ...
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The White Pube

Gabrielle and Zarina

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Reviews and essays on art, games, books, food, theme parks, whatever. Sometimes weird stories! Zarina Muhammad and Gabrielle de la Puente take turns spilling their guts and trying to right the art world's wrongs. You can find transcriptions on https://thewhitepube.co.uk
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Eating Matters

Heritage Radio Network

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Food has emerged as a critical policy area – and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Jenna Liut for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
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Farm to Taber Podcast

Farm to Taber Podcast

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Farm to Taber is a show about the inner guts of the food system, and what it takes to make work sustainably. Wherever that takes us—science, history, tech, culture, policy, marketing, psychology, design, and more— Farm to Taber goes there.
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The Climate Diplomacy Podcast gives insights into the latest developments in international climate diplomacy and security. Our hosts Raquel Munayer and Alexandra Steinkraus interview experts and practitioners on their take on climate foreign policy, climate-related impacts to security, and promoting peace and resilience in a changing climate. Together we look into climate-fragility, migration, food insecurity, gender dynamics and much more, not to mention our deep dive into countries and reg ...
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Prevention Works

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre

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Prevention Works is a series of conversations with some of our nation's top public health researchers. Join host Gretchen Miller as she brings together policy makers and researchers to discuss how the Prevention Centre is finding new ways of addressing Australia’s greatest health challenge: lifestyle-related chronic disease.
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The Tent

The Center for American Progress Action Fund

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Politics. Policy. Progress. All under one big tent. Produced by The Center for American Progress Action Fund, The Tent is a weekly news and politics podcast hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Colin Seeberger. Listen in on each Thursday for new episodes diving into the world that progressives are focused on.
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Tom Colicchio has issues with food! Citizen Chef is about what we eat, where and who it comes from, and the politics, decisions, policies and people that shape our food system – with the goal of turning curious listeners into more informed, engaged citizens. Restaurateur, activist and Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio dives into food and policy issues with lawmakers, journalists and food producers by connecting the dots of how our food system really works – and really doesn’t – all while rem ...
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The World Unpacked

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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The World Unpacked is a biweekly foreign policy podcast hosted by Sophia Besch that breaks down the hottest global issues of today with experts, journalists, and policymakers who can explain what is happening, why it matters, and where we go from here. Tune in to get smart on foreign policy.
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Each week, Radio Health Journal breaks down important news in medicine, science and technology with the help of world-renowned experts. Our three weekly segments will help guide you to a happier, healthier life – with some fun facts to share at dinner parties. Can magic mushrooms cure your depression? Have we outrun natural selection? Hosted by Elizabeth Westfield, Greg Johnson and Shel Lustig and produced by Kristen Farrah and Amirah Zaveri. New shows posted each Sunday by 5 a.m. EST. Subsc ...
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A conversation with Maria Virginia Solis Wahnish and Mateusz Ciasnocha, both involved with the Farm of Francesco. Maria Virginia is founder of Drink Matera, while Mateusz is CEO of the European Carbon Farmers, and member of the EU Soil Mission board. We discuss why it is so important to connect with policymakers and how to actually do that, the imp…
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People feel so passionately about food that perhaps it is not a surprise it has yielded that rarest of things: A sequel to a documentary. The makers of 2008’s “Food, Inc.,” are, as the new movie’s tagline goes, back for seconds with “Food, Inc. 2,” a multi-layered look at the food industry, its farmers, workers, scientists, journalists and more. Co…
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For decades now, we’ve all heard the refrain – we are in a war against obesity, with perhaps the most important battle being fought over the health of our children. What better place could there be to defeat the enemy of obesity than our schools, where children are fed and educated and educated about being fed on a daily basis? But how did we come …
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This has been a momentous week for politics. Jury selection started in the criminal trial of former President Donald Trump. The Senate dispensed with impeachment articles against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. And the House considers a foreign aid package that has made Speaker Mike Johnson a target of his unhappy colleagues. But be…
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Stella St. Vincent, a thirty-something copy editor in 1980s New York, has survived a relationship with her mother, Celia, so complicated that even the words “my daughter” give Stella pause. Celia lived life to the fullest, reinventing herself and discarding anything that no longer pleased her, including Stella’s father, whom Celia refused even to n…
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Freddy speaks to the diplomat and author Dennis B Ross, who worked under presidents George H W Bush and Bill Clinton. He was a special advisor on the Persian Gulf. They discuss the escalation of tensions in the Middle East and the flack that Joe Biden has come under for his response. Can the US still claim to be able to shape events in the Middle E…
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Speaker Mike Johnson says he will not raise the threshold to bring a motion to oust him, Senate starts FISA Section 702 spying authority reauthorization debate, Senate votes against repealing Biden Administration's emissions standards that promote electric vehicles, Kennedy family members endorse Biden-Harris reelection. Learn more about your ad ch…
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On Wednesday, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan delivered his eleventh State of the City address. It was a rapid-fire list of wins, and areas where he wants to focus on the next year. But what is the state of our city, from a different perspective? What if we take a minute, or an hour in this case, and unpack what's happening in Michigan's largest city wit…
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This week: the usual targets First: Trump is on trial again – and America is bored rather than scandalised. This is his 91st criminal charge and his supporters see this as politicised prosecution. As an American, Kate Andrews has seen how the law can be used as a political weapon – so why, she asks, is Britain importing the same system? In less tha…
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Norris Howard is back in the co-host chair after a trip to New York City, and we get into some of things to talk about around Detroit. 02:02 - Norris's take on GM's move to Hudson's Detroit and what is going to happen with the Ren Cen. 06:43 - RIverfront by the Ren Cen could be utilized so much better if they got rid of all those surface parking lo…
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In the late hours of Saturday, Iran launched hundreds of drones and missiles in an unprecedented direct attack on Israel. There was limited damage as Israel and its allies intercepted most of them before reaching Israeli airspace. Now, the United States and allies have urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to show restraint in its respons…
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Rob Wilcox, deputy director of the White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, joins the show to discuss the 25th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, recent wins for the gun violence prevention movement, and how to honor the victims and survivors of mass shootings. Daniella and Colin also talk about what Donald Trump’s economic pr…
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Food sovereignty foregrounds all of our conversations on Meat and Three. If communities are unable to feed themselves freely, safely and sustainably, food cultures can not thrive. From seed banks preserving Indigenous crops, to Israeli control of Palestinian food systems, we kickstart our 16th season by revisiting stories from the Meat and Three ar…
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Around 6000 years ago in Northwest Europe, our ancestors transitioned from hunter-gatherer societies to sedentary farming. How did their diets change during this time? The field of archaeological sciences and chemistry teamed up to shed new light on this question. In this episode, we ask Amy Styring (Archaeological chemist at the U Oxford) what's h…
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Senate votes to effectively dismiss articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas by ruling them unconstitutional for now having risen to 'high crime or misdemeanor', DC National Guard whistleblowers testify about January 6 attack, Boeing whistleblowers testify about safety culture at the company, President Biden calls for in…
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We have a jam-packed episode for you today! Our feature conversation is with Rich Miller, Jr. He's a NFL Draft prospect that went to Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Detroit. It's a fascinating conversation on his story. And Fletcher Sharpe has even more for you. Here's the rundown: 01:05 - The Pistons are looking for a new Head of Basketball …
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Cross-border health care is growing in popularity as Mexico increasingly provides innovative, technologically advanced medical services at a cost-savings for employers. In fact, close to a million Americans cross the border every year to receive medical care in Mexico. In this episode of Voices of the Valley, Raquel Lugo, SeniorDirector of Client S…
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Mark talks to the astute environmentalist and writer about climate: The good news and the bad, how we can stop setting things on fire, the most important thing an individual can do, and how to make good trouble. Plus: Is Earth Day still relevant? And Kate takes the next round of questions for food stylist Barrett Washburne: all about his essential …
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Are you over-Food allergies are on the rise? Are you scared of the dentist? A new link to Alzheimer's disease. Are teenagers too busy? Learn More: https://radiohealthjournal.org/medical-notes-overcoming-your-fear-of-the-dentist-solving-severe-food-allergies-and-why-teenagers-may-be-too-busy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com…
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On this week’s Book Club podcast I’m joined by Percival Everett, who has followed up his Booker-shortlisted The Trees with James, a novel that reimagines the story of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn from the point of view of the fugitive slave Jim. Percival tells me what he learned from Mark Twain, how being funny doesn’t make him a comic noveli…
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With his new book Sun, Sea, Soil, Wine: Winemaking on the North Fork of Long Island (SUNY Press, 2024), Richard Olsen-Harbich, Long Island's longest-tenured winemaker, weighs in on what makes the North Fork so unique for fine wine production. He shares his journey through the intricate art of winemaking – a tale of dedication, passion, and the rema…
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POLICY SEMINARDeepening Social Protection Systems: Enhancing livelihoods and health in EthiopiaAPR 17, 2024 - 10:30AM TO 12:00PM EDTTwenty years after the establishment of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP), a major social protection system, the country’s government, donors, and other stakeholders are implementing multidimensional grad…
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House Republicans deliver articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas to the Senate, House Speaker Johnson says he will not resign after second House Republican support Motion to Vacate to remove him over his support of aid to Ukraine, Supreme Court case challenges obstruction charge against January 6 defendant, President B…
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In a move that's got the whole Detroit region talking, General Motors is leaving the RenCen in 2025 to take up the upper floors of the office space at Hudson's Detroit. But that leaves one of Detroit's most iconic buildings without a clear path. Bedrock and GM are going to work over the next year to think about what it looks like going forward, but…
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Maria Ressa won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021 for challenging corruption in her native country, the Philippines. She is now focused on the threat to democracy from big tech. --- Maria Ressa is a groundbreaking international journalist. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021 for her efforts to address corruption in the Philippines. Ressa is CEO of Ra…
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#167: Dave Chapman visits Real Organic blueberry farmer Hugh Kent at his biodiverse King Grove Farm in central Florida, to discuss the takeover of the US berry market by global brands that are rapidly encouraging the growth of plastic farms. By leveling soil, spraying the ground with chemicals, laying down plastic and popping up high tunnels, pedes…
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For well over a century, the hot dog has been the quintessential dirt cheap, flavorful, all-American meal — a kind of meaty blank slate on which to slather your regional preferences, like slaw, chili, relish or onions. But can a person who cares about what they're eating and the impact their food has on the environment — and animals, and meatpackin…
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It's now 18 months since Liz Truss left Downing Street. She has written a memoir, Ten Years to Save the West, which records her political career since first becoming a cabinet minister. In her first broadcast interview to promote the book, she tells Fraser Nelson about why she thinks the OBR and the Supreme Court should be abolished; how Donald Tru…
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For every lover of food culture, A History of the World in 10 Dinners: 2,000 Years, 100 Recipes (Rizzoli, 2023) by Victoria Flexner and Jay Reifel presents scrupulously researched and accessible cookbook presents one-of-a-kind dinner parties inspired by seminal moments in culinary history. In ten chapters—each an important moment in food history, f…
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Digital Democracy is the result of a collaboration between Cal Poly and CalMatters that aims to give every Californian access to information about what our lawmakers in Sacramento are doing. Al Stewart is appearing at the Cuesta CPAC with his band Empty Pockets on Saturday April 20th. He talks with KCBX's Sal Espana about history, wine, and songwri…
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Donald Trump hush-money criminal trial begins in New York City with jury selection, President Biden touts 'unprecedented military effort to defend Israel' against Iran, IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel promotes free, direct online filing pilot program on Tax Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Go behind the scenes at HRN with Behind the Internship where you’ll find out what it’s like to become a podcast producer for HRN’s flagship show, Meat + Three. Tune in to the premiere episode and get to know Sophia Hooper, Danielle Flitter, and Addison Austin-Lou, three interns in HRN’s Research & Radio Internship Program. Hear about their first st…
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Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., faces pressure from all sides after promising to take up an aid bill for Israel this week that may or may not include money for Ukraine. CQ Roll Call's David Lerman and Peter Cohn assess the embattled speaker's options on a national security supplemental spending package. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
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The spirit of entrepreneurship is strong in Detroit, but also - it takes resources to really get going. That's where, since 2011, the Hatch Detroit contest has come in. One of these 10 businesses we talk to today will walk away with $100,000 in cash from Comerica Bank to make their dreams happen in Detroit, Highland Park or Hamtramck. Today, I talk…
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When I recently came across a book review asking the question ‘was Marco Polo a "sexpat"?’, I knew I had to get its author on to, well, discuss this important question some more. The 13th century Venetian merchant Marco Polo’s account of China was one of the earliest and most popular travelogues written on the country. Polo spent years at the court…
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Inclusivity isn't just a buzzword – it's a strategic imperative. Our population is growing more diverse by the day, and businesses must evolve to meet the changing demographics. In this episode, Sarah is joined by brand strategist Kathy Guzmán Galloway. Kathy shows us that success doesn't necessarily mean creating a product for every niche, but rat…
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If it’s an election year, expect crime to be an issue. Candidates and parties draw conclusions with every headline, and exchange rhetoric that sheds more heat than light. But the history and reality of America’s criminal justice system is more complicated than a “tough on crime” slogan would indicate. The just published “Excessive Punishment: How t…
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Follow Tim on IG: @timchantarangsu Follow David on IG: @davidsocomedy Follow Robyn on IG: @robynlynncouch Check out Goodie Brand at https://www.GoodieBrand.com Check out Tim’s Patreon for exclusive content at https://www.patreon.com/timchantarangsu If you want to support the show, and get all the episodes ad-free go to: https://dudesbehindthefoods.…
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This week, Harley, Donnie, and Big Lynch try the new McDonald's Remix menu, including the surf and turf burger. The boys discuss the new Fallout show, the Costco food court crackdown, coffee vs. beer, food addiction, Pop Tart Crunchy Poppers, Pepsi maple syrup, and so much more. New episodes of Double Dusted Discussion available every Monday! Tell …
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