Wendell Berry reads his poem "The Peace of Wild Things" while sitting in his house in Henry County, Kentucky. Recorded as part of BBC Radio 4 doc on Berry for The Food Programe - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b066tk2c
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Wendell Berry has been described as 'An American Hero' but his work and teaching have inspired and influenced leaders, writers and campaigners around the world. Ella McSweeney had no hesitation in choosing him as her 'Food Hero' and travels to meet him at his farm in Kentucky. She explains why...
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Ella hears from the Irish who are involved in the food business in New York - Pat Coleman who runs Food Ireland near the Bronnx. #rtecountrywide #rteradio1 #rte #radio #newyork #irishfood #ireland #irish #farming #food #butter #foodireland #ellamcsweeney #damienoreilly
Ella meets dairy farmer & cheese producer Keeley Mc Garr of Keeley's Cheese Company in New York (www.keeleyscheeseco.com) and hears how Ireland inspired her, and how @cornell university is helping her develop her products. (For RTE Radio 1's Countrywide)
With rising levels of obesity in Ireland, particularly among younger people, should a fast food restaurant be allowed to be built beside a school? That's the question that residents of Navan are facing with the news that a fast food outlet has been given planning permission beside a secondary...
Nestled in a quiet corner of Ballincurrig in East cork is Woodside Farm.A small family run farm, we have a mixed farm with cattle,sheep and a variety of poultry and of course our pigs.We breed pedigree Saddleback and Pedigree Gloucester Old Spot pigs.They
Killruddery House, Gardens & Farm has been home to Brabazon Family - the Earls of Meath - since 1618. Shop, open gardens, courses, walled garden, kids activities, Events, Supper Clubs, Tearoom & market.
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