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American Humane's 143-Year History

Started in 1877, American Humane blazed a trail for animal welfare. Today, the organization is doing more than ever before.

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"Too HOTTT for TV!" -The Robert Redford & Paul Newman Episode!

Hi folks. How are you? It's wild times out there, and the one thing keeping us warm in this cold world is the burning lava hotness of America's true sweethearts, Robert Redford and Paul N...

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"If you could COOK half as good as you look...."- The chefs in film episode!

Bradley Cooper made a movie called "Burnt" in the year 2015, and that is when being a chef officially jumped the old shark-a-roo. Thanks, Brad, for ruining it for everyone. Why are chefs ...

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Nourishing Japan: Lessons from Japanese Food Education

Our guests are Alexis Agliano Sanborn and Chris Whittaker.  Alexis joined us on Episode 106 in 2018 to discuss the production of her new film “Nourishing Japan”. She is the producer and d...

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John Flahavan & Meryl Williams

This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks welcomes John Flahavan, the sixth-generation CEO of Flahavan's Irish Oats. The first family connection to the Flahavan’s name can be trac...

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Two Boots Founder Phil Hartman

On the final episode of Pizza Party, Talia Ralph is joined by pizza pioneer and NYC legend, Two Boots Pizza Owner Phil Hartman.

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Cynthia Hill, Director of A Chef's Life & Private Violence

This week on Radio Cherry Bombe, Julia Turshen sits down with director Cynthia Hill for an intimate and insightful conversation. She's the director of PBS's Peabody Award winning series, ...

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Betty Fussell

This week on The Main Course, Patrick and guest host Shanna Pacifico are joined by special guest, acclaimed author, and beef & corn expert Betty Fussell.