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Food Americana

While creating and producing the hit series Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, David Page dove deep into the world of American food.

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Rob Dunn: Delicious

Join us for a conversation with Rob Dunn, professor of applied ecology and author of the new book Delicious, about the ways that flavor has influenced human evolution.

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Milk

This Mother's Day, Cathy is joined in-studio by Mark Kurlansky, best-selling author of 31 books including Salt and Cod. In his latest, Milk, Mark explores the ongoing debates around dairy...

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The Deep Sea and Cephalopods with Michael Vecchione

On this week's episode of Animal Instinct, Celia is joined by Michael Vecchione.

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There’s No Such Thing as “American” Food at Slow Food Nations 2017

The American identity has never remained constant or uncontested, and the same goes for our food.

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Lemurs! With Dr. Patricia Wright

On today’s episode of Animal Instinct, guest Dr. Patricia C. Wright talks about her work studying wild lemurs in Madagascar. Dr.

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The Trouble with Iowa, Corn, Corruption, and The Presidential Caucuses

On today’s episode of What Doesn’t Kill You, journalist Richard Manning shows the link between big agriculture and big money in politics.

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The Visual Language of GMOs

Fruits and vegetables have changed a lot since the onset of agriculture 10,000 years ago, as generation after generation of farmers artificially bred crops to select for more desirable tr...

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Cara Tannenbaum

This week on The Wild Game Domain: From Hunt to Hearth Chad interviews Cara Tannenbaum, an old friend as well as the author of "In a Nutshell," a new cook book all centered around cooki...

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Arctic Apple & Drone Technology

This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks is chatting with Steven Wood of Poverty Lane Orchards and Farnum Hill Ciders from about the new Arctic Apple, a genetically engineered cr...