Podcasts are not radio shows. Or at least, they didn't used to be. Now, judging by how almost all awards lump them together, there is no meaningful distinction. Except that, in our hearts, we know that there is.
The big problem with the “all food is processed” and “everything is a chemical” arguments is that they fail to speak the same language as the people for whom “processed” and “chemical” have other meanings. I prefer to ask who benefits from the processing and the chemicals.
Great piece about the difficult life of a solo podcaster, with lots of insights that another solo podcaster can both appreciate and make use of. But why on Earth limit its reach to Medium? You should have your own site, where you control the content.
Where to push for greater food safety as food supply systems change is such a difficult question, as discussed in my podcast with Shirley Tarawali and Delia Grace @ILRI https://
What magic is this? https://
Just published the latest issue of Eat This Newsletter at https://
Chris Aldrich wanted to know if I have a feed of podcasts I've actually listened to. Last time I checked, the RSS feed was very broken, a symptom of a site-wide problem. But the h-feed works, so there's that. At https://